Sam Hunt Joins 2016 Carnival LIVE Lineup
Sam Hunt will perform two shows as part of the 2016 Carnival LIVE lineup. He will appear on stage while the ships Carnival Fantasy and Carnival Splendor are docked in Cozumel on Oct. 19 and Oct. 20, respectively. Comedians Jim Gaffigan and Chris Tucker are also confirmed for Carnival LIVE performances. Tickets range from $30 to $75 for general admission. VIP tickets are available for $100 to $250 and offer seating in the first five rows, a photo opportunity with the artist and a commemorative concert pass.
Kristian Bush Releases “Say Yes to the Dress” Theme
Kristian Bush has written, recorded, and released the song “Forever Now (Say Yes),” which is the new theme for TLC’s hit series, Say Yes to the Dress. Coming up later in the season, Bush will make a cameo appearance to help his guitar tech’s fiancée, classic country girl Evyn, find the perfect dress. Bush’s first trip to Kleinfeld Bridal (where the show is set) and an inside look at the magic of wedding dress shopping inspired him to write the song. Bush is currently working on his first album for BBR Music Group’s Wheelhouse Records.
Kellie Pickler Will Be Inducted Into North Carolina Music Hall of Fame
Kellie Pickler will be among the 2016 inductees into the North Carolina Music Hall of Fame. The induction ceremony will take place on Oct. 20 in Kannapolis. Pickler is from Albemarle. Other inductees include rock band The Avett Brothers, beach music pioneers Band of Oz, late funk guitarist Chuck Brown, old-time string band Rhiannon Giddens & The Carolina Chocolate Drops, late jazz musician Percy Heath, folk musician and storyteller David Holt, and The Temptations’ Ron Tyson.
Dan + Shay Confirmed For Good Morning America
Dan + Shay will perform “From The Ground Up,” on March 18 on ABC’s Good Morning America. Written by Chris DeStefano and the duo’s Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney, the romantic new single is the first song to be released off their forthcoming album due out later this year via Warner Bros. Records/Warner Music Nashville. The release comes as a follow up to their No. 1 hit, “Nothin’ Like You,” which was honored with a nomination for favorite country song from the Radio Disney Music Awards.
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