Industry Pics: Charlie Worsham, Clint Black, Kane Brown, Luke Combs, Thomas Rhett

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• September 12, 2017

Charlie Worsham Performs For CMHoF Troubadour Society

Pictured (L-R): Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s Vice President for Development Lisa Purcell, Chairman of the Troubadour Advisory Committee Leanne Weber, Charlie Worsham, Chairman of the Board Steve Turner, and CEO Kyle Young. Photo: Donn Jones

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s Troubadours, the Museum’s membership group for young professionals, hosted its 6th annual Nightfall at The Hall concert on Sept. 7. The evening brought together over 300 of Music City’s young leaders and featured a performance by Warner Music Nashville recording artist Charlie Worsham.

 

Clint Black, Kane Brown, Luke Combs, John Rich Take Part In CMA Songwriters Series

Pictured (L-R): Don Maggi, “Front and Center” Executive Producer; Damon Whiteside, CMA Chief Marketing Officer; Clint Black; and Dan Bernert, U.S. Bank Corporate Sponsorships, gather following a taping for “Front and Center” CMA Songwriters Series presented by U.S. Bank Tuesday at the Franklin Theatre. Photo: Donn Jones / CMA

CMA Songwriters Series presented by U.S. Bank reunited with the public television music series “Front and Center” for two special tapings at the Franklin Theatre Tuesday, Sept. 5. The episodes, one of which includes Clint Black (with special guest John Rich) and the other a twin bill including Kane Brown (with Tom Douglas and Josh Hoge) and Luke Combs (with Thomas ArcherRay Fulcher, and Rob Williford), highlight the artists performing and sharing stories behind their biggest hits with some of the genre’s most successful songwriters. The episodes will air early 2018.

Pictured (L-R): Randy Goodman, Sony Music Nashville Chairman and CEO; Kane Brown; Luke Combs; Damon Whiteside, CMA Chief Marketing Officer; and Dan Bernert, U.S. Bank Corporate Sponsorships, gather at the taping for “Front and Center” CMA Songwriters Series presented by U.S. Bank Tuesday at the Franklin Theatre. Photo: Donn Jones / CMA

 

Thomas Rhett Celebrates Life Changes Release Day With Three Shows

Thomas Rhett at The Fillmore in Philadelphia. Photo: Valory Music Co.

ACM Awards Male Vocalist of the Year Thomas Rhett celebrated the debut of his third studio album Life Changes (The Valory Music Co.) on Friday (Sept. 8) with LIVE FROM THE B-STAGE, a special album release experience for fans. All in one day, he returned to Boston, Philadelphia and Chicago, offering acoustic performances of the new music, while taking requests from the crowd. He started the day at Boston’s House of Blues, and then played at Philadelphia’s The Fillmore (where he welcomed special guest Brett Eldredge), and then wrapped at Joe’s Rosemont in Chicago.

Thomas Rhett with Brett Eldredge. Photo: Valory Music Co.

Thomas Rhett hugs a fan while playing a show in Boston. Photo: Valory Music Co.

 

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