The entertainer played a large role in the design of several of this year’s sunglass styles, including the on trend metal aviator appropriately named “KC.” Other Kenny Chesney Costa sunglasses in the 2013 collection include the new retro Prop, and a re-introduction of the popular Grand Catalina, Caballito and Hammerhead.
“I took my time working on the design of these glasses, because more than just looking good, I wanted to know they’d work at the beach, on a boat or on the road. I’m always moving, so I need sunglasses that can keep with me,” said Chesney. Five dollars from the sale of each pair of Kenny Chesney Costa sunglasses will be donated to the Coastal Conservation Association (CCA), a grassroots advocacy organization dedicated to ocean and coastal conservation programs.
Each of the new Kenny Chesney Costa sunglass styles will retail from $129 to $199 and will be available for purchase while supplies last at participating authorized Costa retail partners and online at costadelmar.com.
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RPM Management’s Brooklyn-based Americana band Yarn has recently signed a music licensing deal with Whizbang.
“We are excited to represent Yarn for music licensing placements,” said Whizbang’s President Jim Scherer. “They are musically unique among our clients and have a talent we think will resonate with those in the licensing world.”
Whizbang has secured hundreds of placements for its clients in films, television, commercials, video games, and more. Founded in 2000 by industry veteran Scherer, the company’s long-term relationships with film and television studios and networks, advertising agencies and music supervisors combined with its reputation for finding innovative and creative artists drive the company’s successful work on behalf of its clients and licensees.
O’Charley’s and Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee are gearing up for the 9th annual Stars For Second Harvest benefit on June 4, 2013 at 7:30pm at the historic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN. Presented by O’Charley’s and hosted by acclaimed hit songwriter Craig Wiseman, this concert features an unplugged acoustic style performance by some of country music’s brightest songwriters, a comedic performance by Ralphie May and a performance by duo Florida Georgia Line.
Concert tickets are on-sale beginning Friday (March 22) for $35 plus applicable service charges and are available via the Ryman box office, ryman.com, or by calling 800-745-3000. For preferred VIP seating ($50), contact the Second Harvest Food Bank at 615-329-3491. Proceeds from the concert to benefit the Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee in their efforts to feed hungry people and work to solve hunger issues in our community. For more information, visit secondharvestmidtn.org.
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