Artist Updates: Vince Gill, Dierks Bentley, Kip Moore, Jennifer Nettles, Mary Fletcher

Stars To Serve As Celebrity Coaches For 2016 Honda NHL All-Star Game

Pictured (L-R): Dierks Bentley, Vince Gill, Charles Kelley, Chris Young

Pictured (L-R): Dierks Bentley, Vince Gill, Charles Kelley, Chris Young

NHL fans and country music stars Dierks Bentley, Vince Gill, Charles Kelley, and Chris Young will serve as celebrity coaches for the 2016 Honda NHL All-Star Game at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville on Sunday, Jan. 31. The 2016 Honda NHL All-Star Game will broadcast live at 5 p.m./ET on NBCSN, CBC and TVA Sports.

Bentley, Gill, Kelley, and Young will join NHL head coaches Gerard Gallant of the Florida Panthers, Lindy Ruff of the Dallas Stars, Darryl Sutter of the Los Angeles Kings, and Barry Trotz of the Washington Capitals behind the bench.

 

Kip Moore Adds International Tour Dates

Kip Moore

Kip Moore has added tour dates in the UK, Ireland and Australia to his Wild Ones Tour. Upcoming international tour dates include:

March 5: Thredbo, Queensland, Australia; Snowy Mountains Country Music Festival
March 11-13: Ipswich, Queensland, Australia CMC Rocks Queensland
April 22: Dublin, Ireland; Whelan’s
April 23: Glasgow, Scotland; Oran Mor
April 25: Birmingham, England; O2 Institute
April 26: Manchester, England; Manchester Academy 3
April 27: London; KOKO

 

Jennifer Nettles Sings With Sara Bareilles on CMT Next Women of Country Tour

Pictured (L-R): Sara Bareilles, Jennifer Nettles. Photo: Carl Scheffel

Pictured (L-R): Sara Bareilles, Jennifer Nettles. Photo: Carl Scheffel

Jennifer Nettles welcomed Sara Bareilles during a concert at New York City’s Beacon Theatre as part of the CMT Next Women of Country tour on Wednesday night (Jan. 20).  They harmonized on “She Used to Be Mine” from the upcoming Broadway musical, Waitress. With music and lyrics by Bareilles, the show opens for previews in March 2016. In addition, Nettles performed a 90-minute set of signature hits and introduced new music from her forthcoming album on Big Machine Records, slated for release this spring.

 

Mary Fletcher Partners With Addiction Campuses For Latest Single

Pictured (L-R): Mary Fletcher and Eric Mitchell, CMO of Addiction Campuses

Pictured (L-R): Mary Fletcher and Eric Mitchell, CMO of Addiction Campuses

Country artist Mary Fletcher has partnered with Nashville-based Addiction Campuses, a leader in addiction treatment and recovery programs in the United States, with her latest single, “I Called Him Dad,” available for download at AmazoniTunes and Google Play

Fletcher penned the poignant song about her father, who passed away a couple of years ago from complications due to alcoholism. In honor of her father, Fletcher will donate 50 percent of proceeds from the download of the single to Addiction Campuses, who will match the donation to fund scholarships for those in need of treatment for alcoholism and substance abuse.

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