In Pictures: Brad Paisley, Jamey Johnson, Warner/Chappell, BrickHouse Entertainment

Brad Paisley Headlines 2nd Annual Band Against Cancer Event

Pictured (L-R): Randy Goodman, Chairman & CEO, Sony Music Nashville; Deb Reiner, VP, CRM & Marketing, HCA Healthcare; Dr. Jon Perlin, Chief Medical Officer, HCA Healthcare; Brad Paisley; Dr. Jeff Patton, Chief Medical Officer, Tennessee Oncology; Dee Anna Smith, CEO of Sarah Cannon; and Jon Foster, Division President-American Group, HCA Healthcare. Photo: Rick Diamond/Getty Images for Sony Music Nashville

Grand Ole Opry member Brad Paisley headlined a very special Sunday Night Opry performance on Oct. 1 in support of Band Against Cancer with Sarah Cannon. Marking the organization’s second annual Grand Ole Opry event, the show also featured performances by Lauren Alaina, Bobby Bare, Chase Bryant, Tyler Farr, Mickey Guyton, Jeannie Seely, and new duo, The Sisterhood.

The evening was part of Paisley’s ongoing role as lead ambassador for Band Against Cancer, for which he has teamed up with Sarah Cannon, the Cancer Institute of HCA Healthcare, to educate communities on the many ways that everyone can take action to prevent, fight and survive cancer today.

 

Jamey Johnson’s Homecoming Golf Tournament

Pictured (L-R): SESAC’s Shannan Hatch, Jamey Johnson, Rob Hatch and Chris Hennessee.

Jamey Johnson and Friends hosted its sixth annual golf tournament and concert on Oct. 1 to benefit the Nikki Mitchell Foundation and pancreatic cancer patients. Organized by Rhonda Miles of the Nikki Mitchell Foundation, the benefit was held at Cottonwood Golf Course in Montgomery, Alabama and raised more than $200,000. Congratulations to all the fans, friends and artists for their support in making this such a successful event.

 

Warner/Chappell Welcomes Frankie Pine to Talk Nashville

Pictured (L-R): Anna Weisband, Alicia Pruitt, Francis O’Connor, Amy Wadge, Jordan Reynolds, Frankie Pine, Emily Weisband, Katie Jelen, Carlton Anderson, and Matt Michiels.

Whirly Girl Music’s Frankie Pine stopped by the Warner/Chappell Nashville offices to talk all things Nashville and to hear new music.

 

BrickHouse Entertainment Celebrates Landmark 5,000 Shows

BrickHouse Entertainment Owner & President Scott Brickell with MercyMe and crew at Disney’s Night of Joy 2017. [Click photo to enlarge]

After 19 years as a full-service management company, BrickHouse Entertainment has reached the milestone of managing over 5,000 shows. Owner and President Scott Brickell said, “It’s been an honor to work alongside our artists, their crew, labels, agents, promoters, buyers and sponsors to accomplish this monumental landmark.”

“What a journey! It has been an honor to call Brickell our manager for almost 18 years,” shares MercyMe’s Bart Millard. “He’s as much a part of MercyMe as I am! Congrats to my friend. Here’s to another 5,000 shows. You might want to take a nap!”

Millard presented Brickell with a commemorative plaque acknowledging the achievement at Disney’s Night of Joy on Sept. 8.

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