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TackleBox Film’s owner/director Shaun Silva directed the new music video for Capitol Records Nashville’s Luke Bryan last week in Los Angeles. The new single, “Country Girl (Shake It For Me)” is Bryan’s fastest rising single to date and is Top 20 after five weeks on the charts. Bryan and Silva have been working together for over five years.

Shaun Silva (L) and Luke Bryan (R) on the set of Bryan's new video.

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Steel Magnolia teamed with Chevrolet and CBS Radio to help Chevrolet’s “Cell Phones For Soldiers” campaign. The initiative raises funds to purchase pre-paid calling cards to send to soldiers serving abroad. Students from high schools in Ft. Pierce and Tampa, Florida collected 800 phones, winning an acoustic performance from the Big Machine Records duo. WIRK and WQYK helped promote the contest.

Pictured (L-R): Steel Magnolia’s Meghan Linsey and Joshua Scott Jones during a concert for students at Braden River High School in Tampa, FL. Photo credit: Jeff Davis (Courtesy of Big Machine Records)

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Redneck Records artist Gretchen Wilson performed an infield concert at the Talladega Superspeedway Saturday night (4/23) and hung out in the pits of her favorite driver, Mark Martin, on Sunday. Wilson and her buddies Big & Rich, Cowboy Troy and Two Foot Fred will hit the road in June for Xtreme Music The Tour.

Gretchen Wilson at Talladega.

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The Academy of Country Music welcomed Aria Records Nashville recording artist David St. Romain to the office when he was in Los Angeles. While at the Academy, he sang his current single “Twenty Years Late” and others from his recently released CD All I Really Wanted To Say.

(L-R): Bob Romeo, CEO of the Academy of Country Music and David St. Romain. Photo: Michel Bourquard/Courtesy of the ACM



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