In Color: Photo Friday

Kellie Pickler, Trace Adkins, Nan Kelley, Craig Morgan, Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry, all who have made multiple trips to US military bases abroad to entertain troops, will appear on GAC’s Memorial Day edition of The Top 20 Country Countdown airing Friday, May 27, 7:00 p.m. CT. Viewers can also enjoy videos like Trace Adkins’ “Arlington,” Toby Keith’s “American Soldier,” Billy Ray Cyrus’ “Some Gave All” and Big & Rich’s “8th of November” during patriotic video blocks airing Memorial Day on GAC.

(L-R) Pickler, Adkins, Kelley, Morgan, Montgomery and Gentry

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Big Kenny joined the African Children’s Choir onstage during its uplifting  performance last week at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt. The choir is traveling the world to raise money and awareness for the educational needs of children in developing African countries. Big Kenny visited with patients and their families after the performance, signing autographs and posing for photos.

Big Kenny with the African Children's Choir; Photo: Steve Green, Vanderbilt University

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Blue Guitar songwriters Blake Gray and David Kroll recently spent some time with the pre-schoolers at Kirkpatrick Enhanced Option Elementary School in Nashville, teaching a group of pre-schoolers the fine art of songwriting. The result was the soon-to-be classic “Janice the Fruit Bat.” Thanks to The CD Guys/the Halford Company and Blue Guitar, the writers returned a few days later with a pressed CD copy of the song, complete with art, for each child to take home, as well as a plush toy bat to commemorate their writing time together.

Pictured with the pre-schoolers, (L-R) Gray, Kroll

 

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