LANco Takes Video Premiere To The Big Apple
Arista Nashville five-man band LANco celebrated the world premiere of its debut music video, “Long Live Tonight,” in New York City on Tuesday (June 28), as the clip aired on the Sony Digital Billboard in Times Square at 43rd and Broadway.
“Times Square is something you see in the movies or maybe get to visit in your life, but you never dream that one day your face will be on one of those giant screens,” shared LANco lead singer Brandon Lancaster. “This was truly a surreal and incredible experience.”
Chris Lane Anticipates Girl Problems In August
Big Loud Records artist Chris Lane will release his debut album, Girl Problems, on Aug. 5. Lane recorded the album with producer Joey Moi. He’s currently in the Top 10 at country radio with “Fix.”
“While in the studio working on the album, I started to notice a trend … every song seemed to be about some type of ‘girl problem’,” Lane said with a laugh. “So it was only fitting to title the album Girl Problems!”
Rodney Atkins Hooks Deal With Fishly
Curb Records artist Rodney Atkins is gearing up for summer fun by partnering with Fishidy, a waterway-based social network for fishermen of all skill levels to connect with local anglers, track fishing activity via interactive maps and guides, log their catches and even share tips to improve their fishing skills. From now through August 31, fans can enter to win an all-expenses-paid trip and day of fishing with Atkins when they create a free Fishidy account.
“I love spending time outdoors, whether it’s teaching my son how to hunt and fish, or just getting away for a little while to unplug and recharge,” Atkins said. “I’m always looking for new places to visit and trying to improve my own skills, so I’m excited to partner with Fishidy as a way to share that experience with others who are as passionate about fishing and enjoying the outdoors as I am.”
Cordovas Sing At War Memorial Auditorium
Nashville band Cordovas have filmed The Attic Sessions at War Memorial Auditorium. The four-piece band is made up of Joe Firstman (acoustic guitar, vocals), Lucca Soria (acoustic guitar, vocals), Jonny Loyd (accordion, vocals), and Graham Spillman (hand percussion, vocals).
They formed in 2011 when Firstman joined with Soria, Loyd, and Spillman to develop a sound that embodies bluegrass, country, and jam-based rock. Many of their songs are based around the idea of coming home, literally and spiritually. This fall, they will appear at the Americana Music Festival in Nashville and release their second album, produced by Kenneth Pattengale of The Milk Carton Kids.
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