Jason Aldean Debuts ‘Pandora Sessions’ Exclusive
Pandora has premiered Jason Aldean‘s collection of five live recordings in its Pandora Sessions series. Tracks include “A Little More Summertime,” “Burn It Down,” “Dirt Road Anthem,” “Lights Come On,” and “This Plane Don’t Go There” in addition to commentary from Aldean. Recorded live at Pandora’s Oakland, California headquarters, the session also features video performances.
See Aldean’s performance of “A Little More Summertime” below.
Little Big Town Added To Luke Bryan’s 2017 Crash My Playa
Little Big Town will join in the third year of Luke Bryan’s Crash My Playa, the all-inclusive concert vacation set for Jan. 19-22, 2017 in Riviera Maya, Mexico.
Previously announced headliners Blake Shelton and Bryan will appear alongside Randy Houser, Dustin Lynch and Brothers Osborne. Bryan will headline two of the four nightly concerts. Additional performers will be announced soon. For more information, visit crashmyplaya.com.
Maddie & Tae To Celebrate Bloomingdale’s Partnership With Fashion Week Showcase
Maddie & Tae will celebrate the launch of AQUA x Maddie & Tae—a collection of ensemble pieces for school, work or a night on the town—at Bloomingdale’s on Thursday (Sept. 15) to cap New York City’s iconic Fashion Week
Hosted at the 59th street Bloomingdale’s location in Manhattan, the curated collection targets the youthful sense of adventure and girl power spirit of the Dot Records duo. Items range from $38 to $498 at all Bloomingdale’s stores and at bloomingdales.com.
Brothers Osborne Stop By Larry King Now
Brothers Osborne joined Larry King for his online series Larry King Now. The special featured the duo discussing their debut album Pawn Shop in addition to their rural, blue-collar upbringing and musical influences Merle Haggard, Bob Seger, and Gregg Allman. The interview is available on Hulu.com or Ora.tv. The Larry King Now special also features Kix Brooks.
The brothers received nominations for New Artist of the Year and Vocal Duo of the Year at the 50th Annual CMA Awards. After wrapping a stint on the road with Miranda Lambert, the brothers will head out for their own dates. They will be appearing at Pilgrimage Festival in Franklin, Tennessee, as well as Skyville Live.
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