Northern California native John Fogerty took a break from the promo schedule for his upcoming Wrote A Song For Everyone album to join The Rolling Stones onstage at their Wednesday, May 8 HP Pavilion at San Jose show. The Grammy Award-winning Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee sat in with the band, playing guitar and singing on their early gem “It’s All Over Now.”
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The Henningsens performed at a luncheon showcase at 3rd & Lindsley in Nashville for music industry and media guests on Wednesday (May 8) – the day prior to joining Brad Paisley on the kick-off of his “Beat This Summer Tour” in St. Louis.
Consisting of Brian Henningsen, his son Aaron, and daughter Clara, the Arista Nashville group serenaded the packed house with their tunes “The Color Red,” “Darrell,” “No,” “I Miss You,” and “To Believe.” Clara, who got married the previous weekend, told the crowd, “We are very excited about tomorrow being the first day with Brad.” The band ended the showcase with their current single hit, “American Beautiful,” climbing on the MusicRow Chart to No. 7 this week.
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Randy Houser is back with the follow-up to his hit “How Country Feels” with a new music video for “Runnin’ Outta Moonlight.” The music video will debut today (May 10) on CMT, CMT Pure and CMT.com. Preview a sneak peek here.
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Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood of Lady Antebellum visited Kravis Children’s Hospital at Mount Sinai for Musicians On Call/Citi where they performed an acoustic set consisting of songs from the Lady Antebellum catalog and children’s songs. They also appeared on Mount Sinai’s KidZone TV answering their questions from children in the pediatric unit and those confined to their rooms. Haywood and Kelley then went around and visited the bedsides of young patients.
Earlier this week, LadyA celebrated the release of their new studio album Golden with celebratory release show at the McKittrick Hotel, home of Sleep No More presented by CITI. The band also made a donation to Musicians On Call on behalf of LadyAID, Lady Antebellum’s foundation formed to raise awareness and generate support for the plight of children locally, nationally and globally who cannot otherwise help themselves.
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Pistol Annies celebrated the release of their sophomore album this week with performances on The Today Show, Late Show With David Letterman and The View. Next week, fans can catch the feisty trio on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno on Monday, May 13 and The Late, Late Show with Craig Ferguson on Tuesday, May 14.
Fans can Annie Up live on Wednesday evening when Ram Country Live! On Yahoo! Music, presents an exclusive stream concert on Wednesday, May 15 at 9 p.m. CT at ramcountry.music.yahoo.com. The audience for this live event includes the 15 lucky winners from the Pistol Annies Adventure: The Case Of The Stolen Gear. More than 20,000 people participated in the on-line adventure, helping to uncovering clues that helped the 15 winners find the hidden items which included a fly away trip for two to the live event.
Check out the new music video for “Hush Hush.” Filmed at historic Johnson’s Chapel in Nashville, the video features cameos by Grammy winner Jim Lauderdale, Brenda Lee and members of the Pistol Annies’ families.