Artist Pics: Lee Brice, Taylor Swift, Trisha Yearwood

Lee Brice: From Proposals To Periscope

Lee Brice closed Chicago’s third annual Windy City Smokeout on Sunday, July 12, with a 90-minute set capped off by the on-stage proposal of a young couple while Brice sang “I Don’t Dance.”

Randy Rogers Band and Brett Young were among the numerous other artists who took the stage during the Smokeout, and Wade Bowen played the official after party at Joe’s.

Pictured (L-R): Enzo DeVincenzo, Red Light/377 Management; Brett Young, Artist, Universal Republic;  Risha Rodgers, William Morris Entertainment; Lee Brice; Ed Warm, Windy City Smokeout;  Wade Bowen and Randy Rogers. Photo: Chase Lauer, The Lookout Collective

Pictured (L-R): Enzo DeVincenzo, Red Light/377 Management; Brett Young, Artist, Universal Republic;
Risha Rodgers, William Morris Entertainment; Lee Brice; Ed Warm, Windy City Smokeout;
Wade Bowen and Randy Rogers. Photo: Chase Lauer, The Lookout Collective

Taylor Swift With Four No. 1 Radio Airplay Plaques

Before Taylor Swift took the stage on Saturday night at MetLife Stadium on The 1989 World Tour, she was honored for chart accolades for her 1989 Big Machine album from her label President/CEO Scott Borchetta. The critically acclaimed album has produced four No. 1 hit singles on the Billboard Radio Airplay charts for songs “Shake It Off,” “Blank Space,” “Style” and “Bad Blood.”

Pictured (L-R): BMLG’s David Nathan, Republic Records’ Monte Lipman, BMLG’s Scott Borchetta, Taylor Swift, Republic Records’ Charlie Walk and Republic Records’ Gary Spangler. Photo: Big Machine Records

Pictured (L-R): BMLG’s David Nathan, Republic Records’ Monte Lipman, BMLG’s Scott Borchetta, Taylor Swift, Republic Records’ Charlie Walk and Republic Records’ Gary Spangler. Photo: Big Machine Records

Trisha Yearwood At CMHoF

On Thursday, July 9, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum (CMHoF) presented a special afternoon program featuring Trisha Yearwood. During an intimate and casual Q&A with the CMHoF’s Peter Cooper, Yearwood discussed her career, legacy, former job as a CMHoF tour guide, and her current exhibit. After the conversation, Yearwood treated a packed CMA Theater to a performance of some of her hits as well and some fan favorites, requested by audience members.

Pictured (L-R): Vector Management’s Ken Levitan, producer Garth Fundis, Trisha Yearwood, musician Johnny Garcia, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s Peter Cooper, and musician Steve Cox. Photo: Jason Davis/Getty Images

Pictured (L-R): Vector Management’s Ken Levitan, producer Garth Fundis, Trisha Yearwood, musician Johnny Garcia, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s Peter Cooper, and musician Steve Cox. Photo: Jason Davis/Getty Images

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