In Pictures: Carrie Underwood, Dustin Lynch, Camp NASH

Carrie Underwood Wraps Spring Leg Of ‘The Storyteller Tour’

Photo: Steve Jennings

Carrie Underwood’s The Storyteller Tour. Photo: Steve Jennings

Arista Nashville artist Carrie Underwood wrapped the spring leg of The Storyteller Tour last night in London, Ontario, Canada. The tour rolled in to 47 cities as well as seven different countries, playing to nearly 600,000 people since launching Jan. 30 in Jacksonville, Florida. In addition to stops in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Boston, Washington DC, St. Louis, Denver, Phoenix, San Antonio, Houston, Chicago and more, Underwood traveled overseas to play in Sweden, Norway, Scotland, England, and Ireland as part of Country to Country (C2C), Europe’s biggest country music festival.

The tour will resume Aug. 31 in Anchorage, Alaska.

Photo: Jeff Johnson

Carrie Underwood’s The Storyteller Tour. Photo: Jeff Johnson


Dustin Lynch Launches Clothing Line ‘Stay Country’

Photo: Ford Fairchild.

Dustin Lynch. Photo: Ford Fairchild

Broken Bow Records artist Dustin Lynch has launched the new clothing line Stay Country. The line features apparel for men and women, as well as hats, koozies, and flags.

“Stay Country isn’t just a brand, it’s a lifestyle,” says Lynch. “It’s where I grew up. It’s home to the rivers I’ve fished, the deer stands I’ve perched, and the dirt roads I’ve roamed. It inspired Stay Country.”

The collection can be found online at


CAMP Nash Held At Fontanel Nashville

Pictured (L-R): Mike McVay, Cumulus/Westwood One SVP Content & Programming; Blair Garner, America’s Morning Show’s co-host; Kelly Ford, AMS co-host; Tasha Blasi, SVP Sales & Marketing for NASH; and Chuck Wicks, AMS co-host and Camp NASH MC and performer.

Pictured (L-R): Mike McVay, SVP Content & Programming, Cumulus/Westwood One; Blair Garner, co-host, America’s Morning Show; Kelly Ford, co-host, America’s Morning Show; Tasha Blasi, SVP Sales & Marketing, NASH; Chuck Wicks, co-host, America’s Morning Show/ Camp NASH MC and performer.

Cumulus Media/Westwood One held Camp NASH, a music festival to benefit The Special Forces Charitable Trust, at Fontanel Nashville over Memorial Day weekend. The Carl Black Chevy Woods Amphitheater offered performances from Big & Rich, Thompson Square, Parmalee, Chuck Wicks (co-host of America’s Morning Show and MC of Camp NASH), RaeLynn, and Breaking Southwest.

RaeLynn performs at Camp NASH.

RaeLynn performs at Camp NASH

Big & Rich perform at Camp NASH.

Big & Rich perform at Camp NASH


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