Artist Updates (4/29/14)

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Photo Credit: James Minchin

Brantley Gilbert will perform a 45-minute pre-race set presented by Coca-Cola and the USO at the Charlotte Motor Speedway on Sunday, May 25.

“I can definitely relate to the high-adrenaline NASCAR crowds,” said Gilbert. “The fastest half-mile track in Georgia was literally five minutes from my house growing up and we were always there. I love the smell of gas, the motor and the tires.”

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lost trailers1111The Lost Trailers will join with CMT’s music discovery platform, CMT Artists, during the group’s upcoming 2014 tour.

During each stop, the concert will be filmed with video production featuring the crowd’s participation. An interactive “fan-filmed” area will be on-site to capture footage collected by fans. The footage will be combined to create a signature music video specific to each show.

These videos will appear live on The Lost Trailers exclusive site on artists.cmt and on the CMT Artists app.

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Alan Jackson has recorded “A Million Ways to Die,” the title track for the soundtrack to Universal Pictures and MRC’s upcoming comedy film A Million Ways to Die in the West. The track is available digitally on Back Lot Music, with the album’s release to follow on May 27. The film will debut in theaters May 30.

Pictured (L-R): Joel McNeely and Alan Jackson in the studio.

Pictured (L-R): Composer and conductor Joel McNeely and Alan Jackson in the studio.

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