Through The Lens (7/3/14)

Zac Brown Band recently sold out two nights at Boston’s Fenway Park, without the aid of supporting acts. The band played for combined audience of 70,000 fans over the weekend. This puts Zac Brown Band in good company, as one of the handful of acts (including Aerosmith, Paul McCartney, Rolling Stones and Bruce Springsteen) that have played there since it began hosting concerts in the early 2000s.


Zac Brown Band plays one of their sold-out shows at Fenway Park. Photo: Southern Reel

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Arista Nashville’s sibling duo The Swon Brothers are in the Ram Country spotlight with an exclusive performance for Yahoo Music. The duo is featured singing their debut single, “Later On,” as well as their cover of the Loggins & Messina hit “Danny’s Song.”


The Swon Brothers. Photo: Ram Country/C.J. Hicks

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Rhett Walker Band returned to the Grand Ole Opry stage Wednesday night (July 2), where they shared the stage with artists Craig Campbell and Mel Tillis. They performed tracks from their upcoming album Here’s To The Ones, due out Oct. 14. The band performed at the Opry for the first time on May 2, 2014.

Rhett Walker Band

Rhett Walker Band performs at the Grand Ole Opry

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Adam Doleac showcased songs from his upcoming album at Nashville’s 12th and Porter on June 24. The Hattisburg, Miss., native has been writing with songwriters including Jeffrey East, John Ramey, Hannah Blaylock, Chris Roberts and more, and is touring the southeast.

Pictured (L-R): Jeffrey East, Doleac, John Ramey

Pictured (L-R): Jeffrey East, Adam Doleac, John Ramey


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