Friday Roundup: Wiseman, Gentry & Montana

Craig Wiseman shared his story and experience with Belmont University students at an Insider’s View seminar on April 27. Wiseman, the founder of Big Loud Shirt Industries, advised students that creativity flourishes when you let down your guard and are not concerned about what other people think.

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Teddy Gentry, member of the country group Alabama, and Porter-Gentry Productions, is releasing Teddy Gentry’s Best New Nashville album, exclusively at Cracker Barrel Old Country Store®, starting May 16. Produced by Gentry, the album includes 12 songs performed by 12 new artists. Gentry says this is his way of giving back because he knows from his own early experiences how hard it is to make it in this very tough business.

Tracks on Teddy Gentry’s Best New Nashville:
1.     Every Mile I’m Missing You – Jimmy Stewart
2.     I’m Gonna Cry – Chanel Campbell
3.     That’s The Kind Of Love I Need – Garrett Steele
4.     A Good Place To Turn Around – 3 Lanes Crossing
5.     A Better Woman – Laura Fedor
6.     In His Hands – Chip Davis
7.     I’ll Find You – Samantha Landrum
8.     Chip Away – Dillon Dixon
9.     My So Called Life – Southwind
10.  Long Lost Smile – Brad Long
11.  Run Baby Run – Adrianna Freeman
12.  Are You Ever Gonna Love Me – Amber Shalene

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©2011 Grand Ole Opry Photo: Chris Hollo

Mercury Nashville singer/songwriter Randy Montana has been added to Taylor Swift’s Speak Now Tour. He has been confirmed for eight shows in June with stops in Detroit, Pittsburgh and Foxboro, to name a few. Montana made his second appearance at the Grand Ole Opry on April 22 and performed his current single “1,000 Faces” and “Last Horse.”

 

 

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