In Pictures: Kelsea Ballerini, Luke Combs, Zac Brown Band, CMA, Cerrito

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• May 16, 2017 •

Kelsea Ballerini Visits Ty, Kelly & Chuck Morning Show

Pictured (L-R): Kelsea Ballerini, Ty Bentli, Kelly Ford and Chuck Wicks.

Kelsea Ballerini joined Ty, Kelly and Chuck in the NASH studio in Nashville this morning (May 16) to talk about everything from her marriage proposal, details of her upcoming sophomore album and more.

See videos from Kelsea’s visit here.

 

Luke Combs Receives Surprise Welcome In Nashville

Photo: Preston Leatherman [click photo to enlarge]

Photo: Preston Leatherman

Luke Combs celebrated his first No. 1 song this week with his debut single “Hurricane” while in Key West for the BMI Songwriter’s Festival. Members of the Sony staff surprised Combs at the airport yesterday (May 15) to welcome the chart-topping artist back to Nashville.

 

Zac Brown Band Kicks Off Welcome Home Tour

Pictured (L-R): Tom Martens (WAR), Chris Fryar (ZBB), Matt Mangano (ZBB), Kristen Williams (Warner), Clay Cook (ZBB), Otis (WUBL), Coy Bowles (ZBB), Zac Brown (ZBB), Shelley Taylor (fiancé, Scott Lindy), Scott Lindy (WKHX), Jimmy De Martini (ZBB), Daniel De Los Reyes (ZBB), John Driskell Hopkins (ZBB) and Tom Starr (WAR). Photo: Courtesy Warner Music Group [click photo to enlarge]

Zac Brown Band kicked off their Welcome Home 2017 Tour this past weekend with two sold-out shows in Alpharetta, Georgia. Several Warner Music Nashville staff and radio guests were in attendance.

 

CMA Celebrates Cinco de Mayo with Cerrito

Photo: Courtesy Jennifer Herron PR [click photo to enlarge]

The Country Music Association hosted bilingual recording artist Cerrito on stage at their music row building for a Cinco de Mayo celebration on May 5.

“The event was fabulous. There was Mexican appetizers (chips, salsa, cheese dip and Sangria). There was all the Mexican decorations, etc.,” Cerrito shared.

Cerrito and his band, Mis Amigos, started the show with “South of the Border” followed by English and Spanish country songs. The band ended the celebration with “La Bamba.”

“Everyone was up on the stage. It was a muy bueno Cinco de Mayo,” exclaimed Cerrito.

 

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