In Photos: Chris Young, Scotty McCreery, WSM, Fender Guitars

Chris Young Marks Third Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo

Pictured (L-R): Dan Cheney, Vice President & COO Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo;  Joel Cowley, President & CEO Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo; Chris Young, Jack Lyons, Chairman of the Board Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo; Rob Beckham, WME

Pictured (L-R): Dan Cheney, Vice President & COO Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo; Joel Cowley, President & CEO Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo; Chris Young, Jack Lyons, Chairman of the Board Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo; Rob Beckham, WME

Chris Young wowed a crowd of 65,000 at his third time playing the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo last night (March 2) at NRG Stadium. The show, which capped off Armed Forces Appreciation Day and included a flag presentation by the United States Air Force, featured a standout performance with duet partner on his latest single, “Think Of You,” with Cassadee Pope.

 

Scotty McCreery Appears on Larry Gatlin’s Live Radio Show

Pictured (L-R): Scotty McCreery, producer/co-anchor Jonathan Shaffer, and Larry Gatlin. Photo:  Scott Stem

Pictured (L-R): Scotty McCreery, producer/co-anchor Jonathan Shaffer, and Larry Gatlin. Photo: Scott Stem

Scotty McCreery was interviewed live by Larry Gatlin on WSM-AM’s The Gospel According to Gatlin on Monday (March 1). The radio show broadcast from the green room, backstage at the Opry House minutes before McCreery performed on the Grand Ole Opry stage. McCreery discussed his upcoming book Go Big or Go Home: The Journey Toward The Dream (in stores on May 3), songwriting, and more.

 

Nan Kelley and Devon O’Day Premiere on Afternoon Radio

Pictured (L-R): Chuck Wicks, Nan Kelley, Wade Hayes, Devon O'Day

Pictured (L-R): Chuck Wicks, Nan Kelley, Wade Hayes, Devon O’Day

650 AM WSM premiered Nashville Today, an all-new afternoon drive show hosted by industry veterans Nan Kelley and Devon O’Day, on Tuesday afternoon from 3-6 p.m. CT. Special in-studio visits include Chuck Wicks and Wade Hayes.

 

Fender Guitars Donates During Nashville Tour

Buddy Guy with Sophia Gulley and recipients from local organization, YEAH.

Buddy Guy with Sophia Gulley and recipients from local organization, YEAH.

During the Experience Hendrix Tour event that happened on Monday (Feb. 29) in Nashville, Fender Guitars had the opportunity to donate a guitar to Sophia Gulley from the local organization, YEAH, to use for future programming. The stop brought Buddy Guy, Billy Cox, Zakk Wylde, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Jonny Lang, Dweezil Zappa and Eric Johnson to the Schermerhorn Symphony Center.

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