Brad Paisley To Appear on Jimmy Kimmel Live
Brad Paisley will appear on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Monday (March 16), broadcasting from Austin, Texas, during music festival South By Southwest (SXSW). Kimmel will bring his late-night talk show to SXSW for a week of broadcasts, and has invited Paisley to join as one of the performers. Paisley will perform his current single, “Crushin’ It.”
Others slated to appear during that week include Kevin Hart, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Tony Romo and Matthew McConaughey, as well as blues guitarist Gary Clark Jr., who will sit in with Kimmel’s house band Cleto and the Cletones.
Streamsound Artist Partners with Country Outfitter
Streamsound Records artist Austin Webb has partnered with Country Outfitter to promote his current single, “All Country On You.” The retail, product, and media company will offer merchandise to Webb’s fans via contests at country radio, as part of the national rollout of Webb’s “All Country On You” campaign.
“Country Outfitter is a proven leader in its industry; interacting with millions of country fans daily,” says Streamsound Records CEO/President Steve Richardson. “Through this strategic partnership, country fans will have a new way to connect and get to know Austin Webb.”
“We’re excited to introduce Austin Webb’s personality, style, and music to millions of Country Outfitter fans,” says TJ McDaniel, VP of Strategic Partnerships at Country Outfitter. “The campaign with Streamsound Records combines a product giveaway with an extensive content marketing campaign to create a perfect storm of promotion at this critical point in Webb’s career. We look forward to watching him take off and claim his place in the genre.”
Dualtone Music’s Ivan & Alyosha Gears Up For Tour, Album Launch
Nashville’s Dualtone Music has released tour dates for the label’s duo Ivan & Alyosha, in support of their sophomore album, It’s All Just Pretend, available May 4. The tour will include stops in Nashville (June 2 at the High Watt), as well as Brooklyn, Los Angeles, Chicago and other cities.
It’s All Just Pretend features 11 new songs, and was produced/engineered by Ryan Carbary, Joe Chiccarelli (U2, My Morning Jacket), and Chad Copelin.
For a full list of tour dates, visit www.ivanandalyosha.com.
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