Photos: Charley Pride, Margaret Durante, Jeremy McComb

Pictured (l-r): MS Senator Robert Jackson, Charley Pride, MS Country Music Trail's Alex Thomas; Photo: Jeff Holder.

Charley Pride has been honored with a road marker on the Mississippi Country Music Trail. The ceremony was held Tuesday, March 29 on Highway 3 in Pride’s hometown of Sledge, MS. A portion of the highway has also been renamed “Charley Pride Highway.” “I’m honored and humbled at the same time. It was wonderful!” says Pride. “Who’d have thought that a kid who walked four miles to school and four miles home every day would ever get such a tribute?”

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Recording artist Margaret Durante visited the CMA offices on April 8 to perform songs from her forthcoming EP including the title track and upcoming single “Maybe Tonight.” Durante is signed to Stroudavarious Records’ imprint Emrose Records.

Pictured (l-r): CMA Senior Coordinator of Member & Industry Relations Betsy Walker, Stroudavarious Records President Bill Catino, Hot Schatz Public Relations Owner and Press Agent Schatzi Hageman, Stroudavarious Records Vice President of Marketing Derek Simon, Margaret Durante, Conway Entertainment Group President and CMA Board Member Tony Conway, Stroudavarious Vice President of Promotion Bill Macky, and CMA Senior Manager of Membership & Balloting Brandi Simms.

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Pictured (l-r): Wounded Warrior Mike Durner and Jeremy McComb

Jeremy McComb participated in the Wounded Warrior Project Soldier Ride in San Diego, Calif. during late March. McComb says, “While I’m a bit sore and exhausted, this weekend was incredible and life changing for me!! I made so many new friends with the Wounded Warrior Project. The warriors continue to amaze me through their stories, their selfless actions, their spirit and will.”

 

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