The Academy of Country Music welcomed Average Joes act LoCash Cowboys to the office while they were in Los Angeles last month. While at the Academy they performed “Chase A Little Love,” the latest single from their upcoming self-titled album in stores on June 18.
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The Robertsons of A&E’s Duck Dynasty and the Duck Commander Sporting Empire recently signed with BMI in Nashville during the CMA Music Festival. Later this year, Universal Records will release Duck the Halls: A Robertson Family Christmas.
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SESAC will hold its 6th annual Songwriters Bootcamp on Friday, July 26 at the Skirball Educational Center in Los Angeles. The event offers sessions covering all aspects of the music industry and advice for songwriters and composers looking to establish and advance a music career. The event will feature Grammy award-winning songwriter-producer Rico Love, along with panels, song critiques from music supervisors and live performances from songwriter attendees. For more information, visit sesac.com.
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Hank Williams Jr. and Blaster Records will distribute Williams’ latest music project Old School New Rules at participating NAPA Auto Parts locations starting in June.
“This is the first time music is going to be available at NAPA Auto Parts stores,” says Williams. “NAPA customers are my fans. I am glad that my CDs are going to be sold there and right next to the Blaster products.”
“We look forward to introducing Hank’s music to the NAPA customers as well as displaying our latest products in the stacker promotion,” said Tom Porter, NAPA Auto Parts CEO.
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