The entertainment bankers at SunTrust celebrated their 16th annual Hot Dog Day on Thursday (June 5). Despite rain, a strong Nashville music industry crowd turned out for a hot dog lunch, accompanied by music from Big Yellow Dog and Little Louder Music. The Country Music Hall of Fame co-sponsored the event.
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RCA Records Nashville duo Love And Theft helped to kick off CMA Music Festival’s opening day with a performance at Riverfront.
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The 2014 Great American Country Breakfast Series launched during CMA Music Festival with a sold-out event at the AT&T U-Verse Fan Fair X venue. The Thursday (June 5) event featured performances from Cannan Smith, Lauren Alaina, Dustin Lynch and Neal McCoy. Friday’s event featured Brothers Osborne, Native Run, Corey Smith and Scotty McCreery.
Fans were also treated to autographs and photos with each performer.
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Vince Neil from Motley Crue joined Justin Moore in studio at the Bobby Bones Show to talk about the tribute project Nashville Outlaws: A Tribute to Motley Crue.
Gwen Sebastian signs autographs for fans at CMA Music Festival.
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