Old Crow Medicine Show Visits CMA
Old Crow Medicine Show visited the CMA for the first time ever and performed to help kick off their 50 Years of Blonde on Blonde album release week on April 24. The band performed songs from the new project, which releases on April 28, for staffers.
Rick Monroe Performs At SESAC
Songwriter/singer and SESAC affiliate Rick Monroe recently stopped by SESAC’s Nashville office for a pop-up concert. He performed songs from his album Gypsy Soul, which is due out May 12.
Warner’s Sound In The Round Features Cale Dodds
Cale Dodds brought the first season of the “Warner Sound in the Round” concert series to a close Wednesday night with a seven-song set featuring some new songs and tracks from his EP People Watching, which boasts over 10 million streams on Spotify. The packed crowd on hand for the show included friends, family, Warner Music Nashville staff and industry guests.
AIMP Shares “Exploring The Publishing Legal Landscape” Panel
The Association of Independent Music Publishers and Regions Bank recently hosted an “Exploring The Publishing Legal Landscape” panel. Held at ASCAP and moderated by Tim Hunze and John Ozier, panelists Austen Adams (Dickinson Wright PLLC), David Crow (Milom Horsnell Crow Rose Kelley PLC), Chip Petree (Ritholz Levy), and Scott Safford (Safford Motley PLC) gave their perspectives on the changes and trends in songwriter deals and artist agreements.
Riser House Records Previews Mitchell Tenpenny Album In Nashville
Mitchell Tenpenny recently performed at a listening event at his label Riser House Records for friends and industry members. The Nashville native will be releasing a new EP in July, Linden Ave, on Riser House, and is booked by WME. His new single, “Alcohol You Later” was just released.
Show Hope Names New VP, Assistant Executive Director
Emily Chapman Richards has been named the new Vice President and Assistant Executive Director of the Show Hope organization. Richards earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in International Studies and Religion from Baylor University and a Master of Theology degree from Queen’s University in Belfast, Ireland, and has been actively engaged in the work of Show Hope for the past several years.
Show Hope was founded by Mary Beth and Steven Curtis Chapman in 2003. The organization is committed to the holistic care of waiting children around the world. ShowHope has helped provide homes through Adoption Aid grants for more than 5,500 children from more than 50 countries, including the U.S.
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