Artist Updates: Danielle Bradbery, Brooke Eden, Meghan Linsey

Danielle Bradbery Joins BMLG Team On NASH Next Panel

Danielle Bradbery

Danielle Bradbery

Danielle Bradbery will join the national judging panel for Cumulus’ NASH Next 2016, a national and grassroots search for America’s newest country star. The winner will be announced by Reba McEntire and will receive a recording contract with Big Machine Label Group.

Bradbery joins national judges Scott Borchetta, Kix Brooks, Jay DeMarcus, and a contest-winning listener of one of Cumulus’ stations. The four-month competition will first be judged by Cumulus listeners and local music industry professionals in their communities.

 

 

RED BOW Records’ Brooke Eden Reveals New Single

Brooke Eden. Photo: Joseph Llanes

Brooke Eden. Photo: Joseph Llanes

RED BOW Records/BBR Music Group artist Brooke Eden released a new single “Diamonds” on Friday (Sept. 2). The song will be featured Monday on Tyler Perry’s TLC series, Too Close To Home. Eden also recorded the theme song for the show. “Diamonds” has also landed on Spotify’s “New Boots” playlist.

“I grew up in a small town. On the weekends we couldn’t necessarily have house parties because they would get shut down even before it started because of noise complaints. Instead, we would drive out to the woods and hang out using the headlights from our cars as lights. All the girls would get real dressed up and we’d listen to music and dance around in the headlights ‘shining like diamonds,’” says Eden, who co-wrote the song.

 

Meghan Linsey Added To Nashville AIDS Walk and 5K Run

Meghan Linsey. Photo: Jeremy Ryan

Meghan Linsey. Photo: Jeremy Ryan

Meghan Linsey has been announced as honorary chair for the Nashville 25th Annual AIDS Walk and 5K Run on Saturday, Oct. 1 at Public Square Park. The 2016 goal for Tennessee’s oldest continuously running HIV/AIDS fundraiser goal is to raise $240,000. Registration starts at 9 a.m. Linsey will perform the national anthem to kick off the walk, followed by a short performance to send off the walkers at 11 a.m. The event raises money to help Nashville CARES’ work to prevent HIV infections and serve those living with it.

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