Carrie Underwood celebrated the release of her new album Greatest Hits: Decade #1 last night (Dec. 9) with an exclusive broadcast event hosted by Bobby Bones at the iHeartRadio Theater in New York City. Along with an on-stage interview, Carrie performed some of her hits, including her GRAMMY-nominated smash, “Something in the Water,” for an audience of 250 lucky fans.
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Warner Music Nashville and friends celebrated a classic evening with Brett Eldredge, who performed classic Sinatra songs along with his powerful ballad “One Mississippi.” The event was held at Nashville’s The Sutler last night (Dec. 9).
After noshing on hors d’oeuvres and schmoozing during a festive cocktail hour, lucky fine-dressed attendees enjoyed an hour-long performance which included favorites such as “Fly Me to the Moon” and “Come Rain Or Come Shine.” The late night soiree hosted by John Esposito, President/CEO of Warner Music Nashville, offered everyone a ‘grand’ time as an honorary member of the Brat Pack.
Before heading on stage, Eldredge posed with WMN execs and management for an authentic “mafia” style family photo.
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Maggie Rose will perform in Nashville on Wednesday, Dec. 10 at 3rd & Lindsley for a holiday performance to benefit children in Middle Tennessee. For free admission, fans are encouraged to bring gifts for the Marine Corps. Toys for Tots, or make a cash donation at the door that will allow the organization to help buy toys for kids this Christmas. For more information, click here.
Rose has teamed with Brian Kennedy and songwriter Dallas Davidson for her next project, including her single, “Girl In Your Truck Song.”
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Trace Adkins has added Jason Crabb as the special guest on the final leg of his The Christmas Show tour, for show dates Dec. 10-20. Adkins’ second annual The Christmas Show Tour features narrations, Celtic carols and a 12-piece “Sarepta Symphony.” Crabb will perform selections including “Mary, Did You Know,” “Let’s Make A Baby King, “Don’t Save It All For Christmas Day,” and more.
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