Brett Eldredge Surprises Nashville Target Shoppers With Christmas Cheer
Christmas came early in Nashville this week when Target and Brett Eldredge gave unsuspecting Halloween guests a special holiday treat. Opening the door to reveal a winter wonderland complete with ice skaters and snow, Eldredge serenaded lucky trick-or-treaters with “It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas,” a track from his new holiday album Glow. The full surprise video, directed by prankster Jeff Tremaine, will roll out on Target’s social channels this week.
The Target exclusive deluxe edition of Eldredge’s new holiday album is available now and includes three bonus tracks: “Blue Christmas,” “O Holy Night” and “The First Noel.”
Easton Corbin To Perform During Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade
Easton Corbin will perform and participate in the 90th anniversary of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on Nov. 24. Corbin will be the guest on the Colonel’s Roadtrip to NYC by Kentucky Fried Chicken float.
Corbin will take a break from opening for Carrie Underwood’s The Storyteller Tour to head to New York City to be part of America’s Thanksgiving Day tradition, that is seen by over 3.5 million spectators who line the streets of Manhattan and more than 50 million viewers on television. The Florida native will resume with the The Storyteller Tour that Friday, Nov. 26 in Las Vegas.
Cole Swindell Celebrates First Weekend Of CMT On Tour Headlining Trek
Cole Swindell wrapped the first weekend of his headlining CMT On Tour Presents the Cole Swindell Down Home Tour with sold-out shows. The tour kicked off last week with fans packing a sold-out Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and continued to Wichita, Kansas, Denver, Colorado, and Odessa, Texas.
Swindell takes a brief detour back to Nashville this week for the 50th Annual CMA Awards where he is nominated for CMA New Artist of the Year. The Down Home Tour will continue Friday (Nov. 4) at the Lyric Oxford in Oxford, Mississippi.
Mary Sarah Performs With The Time Jumpers
Newcomer Mary Sarah performed as a guest during The Time Jumpers‘ show at Nashville venue Third & Lindsley on Monday (Oct. 31). Mary Sarah, who finished in the Top 5 during The Voice‘s 2016 season, performed “Heartaches By The Numbers.”
“It was just so surreal, standing up there singing with these guys,” Mary Sarah said. “They are such amazing musicians!”
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