In Pictures: Cole Swindell, Michael Ray, Jake Owen, Billy Dean, Steve Moakler

Cole Swindell Celebrates Number One And Gold

Back row, (L-R): Warner Music Nashville’s (WMN) Justin Luffman, WMN’s Kristen Williams,
KP Entertainment’s Kerri Edwards, WMN’s Katie Bright, WMN’s Chris Palmer.
Front row (L-R): Producer Michael Carter, WMN’s John Esposito, Cole Swindell, WMN’s Peter Strickland, WMN’s Cris Lacy, WMN’s Mallory Opheim Photo: Steve Lowry

Cole Swindell celebrated his sixth No. 1 single “Middle of a Memory,” and his RIAA gold-certified album You Should Be Here, at a party with friends and industry members last week.

You Should Be Here includes the Platinum-certified, multi-week No. 1, over 1 Billion-reaching smash single “You Should Be Here,” his Gold-certified multi-week No. 1 “Middle of a Memory” and his current single “Flatliner” which features his friend/current tour mate Dierks Bentley.

 

Michael Ray Counts Down The Hits With Helton

Michael Ray stopped by “Country Countdown USA” recently to discuss his latest single “Think A Little Less” with show host Lon Helton. The show will air this weekend.

 

Jake Owen And Bobby Bones Chat About Ascend Show

Jake Owen dropped by the studio to visit with Bobby Bones to announce his upcoming headlining date in Nashville on April 27 at Ascend Amphitheater.

 

Billy Dean Is Florida Hall Of Famer

Pictured (L-R): Don Felder, Billy Dean, Lee Bennett Hopkins, Florida Secretary of State Ken Detzner, Jim Stafford. Photo: Suzanna Mars/Gainesville Magazine

Billy Dean was inducted into the Florida Artists Hall of Fame Feb. 23 in Gainesville, Florida, along with former Eagles member Don Felder, country artist Jim Stafford, and poet/anthologist Lee Bennett Hopkins.

 

Steve Moakler Celebrates ‘Steel Town’ Album Release

Pictured (L-R): Band member Joe Clemmons, co-writer & producer Luke Laird, Steve Moakler and band member Daniel Shifftlett. Photo: CN Records

Steve Moakler celebrated his album release for Steel Town, Tuesday night (March 7) at The Country. Moakler performed songs from the new CD, including “Just Long Enough” which was co-written with Luke Laird and Barry Dean. The new album is available on March 17.

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