Photos: Stealing Angels, Toby Keith, Bonnaroo

Skyline Signs Stealing Angels Members
Earlier this week songwriters Caroline Cutbirth and Tayla Lynn signed to Skyline Music Publishing. Together with Jennifer Wayne, Cutbirth and Lynn make up Skyville Records trio Stealing Angels. The band’s latest single “Paper Heart” was produced by Paul Worley and is climbing the country radio charts.

Pictured (L-R): Wally Wilson (Skyville Records/Skyline Publishing Managing Partner), Caroline Cutbirth, Tayla Lynn, Liz Morin (Showbiz-Row Music), Ronna Reeves (Showbiz-Row Music)

Toby Keith’s “Made In America”
Toby Keith debuted “Made In America” last week on the CMT Awards. Shortly after his recent USO Tour of the Persian Gulf, Keith went into the studio to work on his next album. “Made In America,” written by Keith, Bobby Pinson, and Gregory Scott Reeves came together so well that Show Dog-Universal rush released the song.

Pictured at the CMT Awards (L-R): After Midnite’s Blair Garner, WGH’s John Shomby, Joe Patrick, WAMZ’s Coyote Calhoun, Toby Keith, Town Square Media’s Bob Moody, WQYK’s Mike Cullotta & Dave McKay, CMT Radio’s Cody Alan, WQYK's Veronica "V Girl" and Show Dog-Universal’s Mark Wright

Nashville Bands Play Bonnaroo
The winners of BMI’s 2011 Road to Bonnaroo contest performed at the music and arts festival last weekend. Taking the stage at the On Tap Louge were Uncle Skeleton, Chancellor Warhol, and Cheer Up Charlie Daniels, representing Music City’s deepening indie melting pot.

Back row (L-R): BMI’s Mark Mason; Uncle Skeleton’s Guy Lemon, Brady Surface, Carl Gatti, Zach Casebolt, and Ross Wariner; and Mercy Lounge’s Drew Mischke; Middle row: Uncle Skeleton’s Larrisa Maestro, Eleonore Denig, Cody Uhler, Katie Studley, Jeff Gibbs, Sara Dudley, and Sam Farkas; Front row: Dave Goodwin, BMI’s Clay Bradley, and Uncle Skeleton’s Mikie Martel. Photo: Erika Goldring

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