Photo Combo: Garth Brooks, Old Dominion, SOLID

Garth Expands Life Zone at Texas Children’s Hospital

Garth Brooks was on hand to celebrate the grand opening of the newly-renovated and expanded Child Life Zone at Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston June 26. Funded through his Teammates for Kids foundation, the Zone provides a fun, safe environment for patients and their families. The newly-renovated space includes video gaming with a new Microsoft Media Wall and Surface Pro tablets, pool, air hockey, and race car driving on the Zone’s arcade games, an expanded kitchen, and an expanded production studio which offers patients the opportunity to explore and create music and allows kids to go “on air” each week as Radio Lollipop broadcasts their radio program throughout the hospital. 

Garth Brooks Child Life Zone Texas Childrens Hospital

Garth Brooks greets a patient at the Child Life Zone.

Old Dominion’s Video Break Up

Old Dominion filmed the video for their debut single “Break Up With Him” during CMA Music Festival in Nashville. 

Old Dominion

Pictured (L-R:) Whit Sellers (Old Dominion), director Steve (video director), Trevor Rosen (Old Dominion), Geoff Sprung (Old Dominion), Matthew Ramsey (Old Dominion), Tracy Fleaner (Director, Creative, Sony Music Nashville), Brad Tursi (Old Dominion) Photo: Rick Diamond/Getty Images for Sony Music Nashville

A SOLID Round Table Discussion

SOLID recently hosted a round table discussion at the Nashville Entrepreneur Center where industry leaders were on hand to address new trends in technology and changes needed to keep up in the music business.

SOLID also hosted one of its most successful yard sales during this year’s CMA Music Festival at the George Jones Museum, where over $6,800 was raised and donated to the Muscular Dystrophy Association and Notes for Notes.

SOLID

SOLID round table discussion. Pictured (L-R): Stephanie Cox, Vice President of Creative at Kobalt Music Publishing; Mike Butera, Founder & CEO of Artiphon; Chris McMurtry, CEO and Founder at DART; Marc Dottore, President and Manager at M. Dottore Artist Management; and Kurt Nelson, Founder of Aloompa

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