NASH FM celebrated the launch of “America’s Morning Show,” exclusively on NASH FM 94.7, with host Blair Garner and co-hosts Terri Clark, Chuck Wicks and Sunny Sweeney, as well as the show’s news anchor Robin Meade of HLN at The Cutting Room in New York City. The private event included NASH FM 94.7 listeners and featured the first public performance by the hosts together as a cast.
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Flying Island’s Gwen Sebastian has signed with Buddy Lee Attractions for exclusive booking. The former The Voice contestant will open select dates for Miranda Lambert and Dierks Bentley‘s Locked and Reloaded 2013 Tour this summer.
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The Wheeler Brothers recently stopped by for a performance at BMI‘s Nashville office. Hailing from Austin, Texas, the quintet just released their second album, Gold Boots Glitter, on Ray Benson’s Bismeaux Records.
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Kentucky duo Sundy Best has signed a deal with eOne Music. The duo’s initial release, Door Without A Screen: Deluxe Edition will release Tuesday, Aug. 27.
The project is produced by Sundy Best, Nick Jamerson, Kris Bentley and producer/filmmaker Coleman Saunders.
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The Sleepy Man Banjo Boys have signed with Dreamcatcher Artist Management following their appearance on the Marty Stuart Late Night Jam at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville.
The Sleepy Man Banjo Boys are a young trio of brothers: 15-year-old Tommy (guitar), 14-year-old Robbie (fiddle) and 11-year-old Jonny (banjo). The trio also recently signed with William Morris Endeavor.
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