Artist Photos (5-22-13)

Last week, Arista Nashville family recording trio The Henningsens visited Public School 22 in Graniteville, Staten Island, NY, to perform with the talented group of fifth graders in the acclaimed PS22 Chorus.  The chorus joined The Henningsens for a rendition of the trio’s hit debut single, “American Beautiful,” as well as a cover of this week’s #1 Billboard Pop Songs radio airplay smash, Justin Timberlake’s “Mirrors.”

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Parmalee was recently handpicked by Southwest Airlines to perform at 35,000 ft. for passengers on a direct flight from Nashville to Houston as part of Southwest Airlines’ Live at 35 Travelin’ Taylor Tour. “It was a blast!” says Parmalee’s Josh McSwain. “I mean, who gets to do that? It was so much fun. Plus the show was sold-out in pre-sale and no one walked out during the performance. It was a perfect gig.”

Pictured (L to R): Scott Thomas, Josh McSwain, Matt Thomas and Barry Knox post-performance with the official autographed Southwest Airlines Travelin’ Taylor Tour custom GS Mini guitar

Pictured (L-R): Scott Thomas, Josh McSwain, Matt Thomas and Barry Knox post-performance with the official autographed Southwest Airlines Travelin’ Taylor Tour custom GS Mini guitar

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Toby Keith dined at Chappy’s restaurant in Nashville earlier this week. Chappy and his wife Starr can relate to the tragedy in Keith’s homestate of Oklahoma, because they relocated from New Orleans to Nashville following Hurricane Katrina.

Starr, Toby Keith and Chappy

Starr, Toby Keith and Chappy

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