Industry Pics: Bailey Bryan, Florida Georgia Line, Alex Williams, LANCO, John Mayer, Ronnie Dunn

Bailey Bryan At The Grand Ole Opry

Pictured (L-R): Warner Music Nashville Chairman/CEO John Esposito and Bailey Bryan.

Warner Music Nashville/300 Entertainment artist Bailey Bryan performed onstage at The Grand Ole Opry for the second time last Friday night (Aug. 11). She was presented with a reserved parking sign following her Opry debut this past May.

 

Florida Georgia Line Hits Grand Slam At Wrigley Field

Pictured: Florida Georgia Line performs at Wrigley Field.

For the first time in their record-breaking career, Florida Georgia Line headlined a trifecta of sold-out stadium shows this summer, culminating with a pinnacle performance at Chicago’s historic Wrigley Field last Saturday night (Aug. 12).

After dominating both Boston’s Fenway Park (July 7) and Minneapolis’ Target Field (July 29), the home of the Chicago Cubs’ baseball team was jam-packed with screaming fans as hip-hop icon Nelly, breakout country star Chris Lane, and pop idols Backstreet Boys joined the duo as part of The Smooth Stadium Tour 2017.

 

Big Machine Celebrates Alex Williams’ Debut LP

Pictured (L-R): Scott Borchetta, President/CEO, Big Machine Label Group; Alex Williams; and Julian Raymond, VP A&R, Big Machine Label Group

Alex Williams performed to a capacity crowd at Nashville’s The Basement East last Friday (Aug. 11) to celebrate the release of his debut album Better Than Myself, out that same day via Big Machine Records.

 

LANCO Performs At Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

LANCO signs their Troubadour membership with Museum Director Kyle Young.

LANCO performs in the Hall of Fame Rotunda.

Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum enlisted Sony Music Nashville band LANCO to introduce millennials to its new Troubadour membership program last Wednesday (Aug. 9), recognizing the importance of the band’s Music City origins and their nod to preserving country music.

Museum Director Kyle Young was on-hand as each member of LANCO signed their own membership. The band also performed an acoustic set in the iconic rotunda before lead singer Brandon Lancaster gave a special dedication to the late Glen Campbell, as his Hall of Fame plaque was covered in flowers nearby.

Fans who were unable to attend the event can watch LANCO’s performance here.

 

Sony Music Nashville Joins John Mayer

Pictured (L-R): Steve Hodges, EVP Promotion, Sony Music Nashville; Shane Allen, VP Promotion, Columbia Nashville; Taylor Lindsey, VP A&R, Sony Music Nashville; Ken Robold, COO, Sony Music Nashville; John Mayer; Randy Goodman, Chairman & CEO, Sony Music Nashville; Mark Williams, President of A&R, Columbia Records; and John Zarling, EVP Marketing & New Business, Sony Music Nashville.

Sony Music Nashville executives joined Columbia Records recording artist John Mayer and President of A&R, Mark Williams, last Tuesday night (Aug. 8) for Mayer’s sold-out stop on The Search For Everything Tour at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena.

 

Ronnie & Janine Dunn Host Tennessee Riverkeeper Fundraiser

Pictured (L-R): Ana Cristina, John Carter Cash, Janine Dunn, Ronnie Dunn, Cheryl Hines, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., David Whiteside (Tennessee Riverkeeper), Barbara Brooks, Kix Brooks, Reba McEntire, and Tom Heins [click photo to enlarge]

Ronnie and Janine Dunn hosted a fundraising event at their Nashville home on Aug. 5 to benefit the Tennessee Riverkeeper. Through generous donations from guests, including Robert F. Kennedy Jr., the event raised almost the entire yearly operating budget for the organization in just one evening.

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