CRS Pics: Logan Mize, DRX Showcase, Legendary Lunch

Logan Mize Brings Good Times

Arista Nashville’s Logan Mize treated guests to a luncheon performance at Nashville’s 3rd & Lindsley on Tuesday (Feb. 24). Mize is currently on the airwaves with his Arista debut single, “Can’t Get Away from a Good Time.”

 Pictured (l-r): Brent Fleshman, News Director, Cookeville Communications, Cookeville, TN; Jonathan Monk, PD, KJJY, Des Moines, IA; Nikita Palmer, NASH Network Producer, Cumulus Media; Charly Salvatore, Logan’s manager, Dennis Entertainment; Gary Overton, Chairman & CEO, Sony Music Nashville; Chuck Aly, VP/GM, Country Aircheck; Mize; Lesly Simon, VP, Promotion, Arista Nashville; and Don Brake, PD, WFRE, Frederick, MD. Photo: Alan Poizner

Pictured (L-R): Brent Fleshman, News Director, Cookeville Communications, Cookeville, TN; Jonathan Monk, PD, KJJY, Des Moines, IA; Nikita Palmer, NASH Network Producer, Cumulus Media; Charly Salvatore, Logan’s manager, Dennis Entertainment; Gary Overton, Chairman & CEO, Sony Music Nashville; Chuck Aly, VP/GM, Country Aircheck; Mize; Lesly Simon, VP, Promotion, Arista Nashville; and Don Brake, PD, WFRE, Frederick, MD. Photo: Alan Poizner

Digital Rodeo Showcase

Social network and country lifestyle portal Digital Rodeo held its second DRX Monthly Showcase of 2015 on Tues., Feb. 24 at 3rd and Lindsley. The February DRX Showcase featured up-and-coming artists Sim Balkey, Kaitlyn Baker, Megan Moreaux, Hannah Bethel and Rivers & Rust, and was hosted by Jeff Bates. The next DRX Showcase is set for March 17 at 3rd and Lindsley.

Pictured (L-R): Sim Balkey, Kaitlyn Baker, Megan Moreaux, Hannah Bethel, Rivers & Rust (Sheila Marshall and Kyle Cook), Danielle Bourjeaurd, guest host Jeff Bates, Digital Rodeo Pres. John Pyne. Photo: Bev Moser

Pictured (L-R): Sim Balkey, Kaitlyn Baker, Megan Moreaux, Hannah Bethel, Rivers & Rust (Sheila Marshall and Kyle Cook), Danielle Bourjeaurd, guest host Jeff Bates, Digital Rodeo Pres. John Pyne. Photo: Bev Moser

Webster Public Relations Legendary Lunch

Country stars from the ‘60s, ‘70s, ‘80s, and ‘90s joined radio programmers at today’s (Feb. 25) Webster Public Relations Legendary Lunch, held at The Palm. PDs from across the country are in Nashville this week for Country Radio Seminar.

Front (L-R): Lulu Roman, Lee Greenwood, Dave Rowland, Sylvia, Roy Clark, Moe Bandy, Jan Howard, Nancy Jones, Crystal Gayle, Mickey Gilley, Tanya Tucker. Middle (L-R): KMLE Program Director Tim Richards, Larry Black, John Conlee, Lisa Matassa, Lorraine Jordan, Deborah Allen, Jeannie Seely, David Frizzell, LeRoy VanDyke. Back (L-R): Jim Ed Brown, Bill Anderson, Richard Sterban, Duane Allen, Joe Bonsall, William Lee Golden, Eddy Raven, Tim Rushlow, T. Graham Brown, Richard Young,  KZSN Program Director Brian Jennings, Webster PR's Kirt Webster. Photo: Rick Diamond (WireImage/Getty Images), photographer; for Jeremy Westby & Kirt Webster (Webster Public Relations).

Front (L-R): Lulu Roman, Lee Greenwood, Dave Rowland, Sylvia, Roy Clark, Moe Bandy, Jan Howard, Nancy Jones, Crystal Gayle, Mickey Gilley, Tanya Tucker. Middle (L-R): KMLE Program Director Tim Richards, Larry Black, John Conlee, Lisa Matassa, Lorraine Jordan, Deborah Allen, Jeannie Seely, David Frizzell, LeRoy VanDyke. Back (L-R): Jim Ed Brown, Bill Anderson, Richard Sterban, Duane Allen, Joe Bonsall, William Lee Golden, Eddy Raven, Tim Rushlow, T. Graham Brown, Richard Young, KZSN Program Director Brian Jennings, Webster PR’s Kirt Webster. Photo: Rick Diamond (WireImage/Getty Images), photographer; for Jeremy Westby & Kirt Webster (Webster Public Relations)

 

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