In Pictures: LANCO, Little Big Town, Dailey & Vincent

LANCO Celebrates Gold Single With Lobster Lunch

LANCO recently celebrated their Gold-certified, two-week No. 1 hit single “Greatest Love Story” with their team at Sony Music Nashville, Red Light Management, Warner/Chappell and WME with a lobster lunch, which is the fulfillment of a promise Ben Vaughn made to Josh Easler months before “Greatest Love Story” topped the charts. The gathering also celebrated plans to release LANCO’s debut album Hallelujah Nights on Jan. 19, 2018.

Vaughn vowed Easler, a Maine native and VP of Arista Nashville’s promo team, that if the single hit No. 1, they would celebrate with lobster from his home state. As the song climbed the charts, Vaughn even went as far as sending a live lobster to Easler’s Sony Music Nashville office to further solidify his commitment. Making good on the promise, Warner Chappell and LANCO’s team at Red Light Management provided the lobster lunch, catered by Cousins Maine Lobster.

Pictured (Back row, L-R): Randy Goodman, Chairman & CEO, Sony Music Nashville; Josh Easler, VP Promotion, Arista Nashville; Steve Hodges, EVP Promotion & Artist Development, Sony Music Nashville; Ken Robold, EVP & COO, Sony Music Nashville; Ben Vaughn, President, Warner Chappell Nashville. Front row (L-R): Tripp Howell, Eric Steedly, Brandon Lancster, Chandler Baldwin, Jared Hampton, Becky Gardenhire – Partner, WME


Little Big Town Invites Gladys Knight To Conclude Ryman Residency

Little Big Town welcomed special guest Gladys Knight as they celebrated the final night of the group’s 2017 residency at Nashville Ryman Auditorium. Throughout the dates, the quartet welcomed a slew of special guests from all genres.

Gladys Knight with Little Big Town.

Little Big Town with Sandbox Management’s Jason Owen, Leslie Cohea and Sally Williams, Opry GM. [Click to enlarge]

Dailey & Vincent Perform At Carnegie Hall

Grand Ole Opry stars Dailey & Vincent, along with their band, returned for the third consecutive year to Carnegie Hall in New York City on Monday (Nov. 27), kicking off their Spirit of Christmas Tour with the Distinguished Concerts International New York (DCINY) performance of Appalachian Winter: A Bluegrass Christmas. They were joined by a 400-plus member choral ensemble at the Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage to debut “Rhapsody In Bluegrass,” by American composer Joseph Michael Martin.

Pictured (L-R): Jamie Dailey, Shaun Richardson, composer / conductor Joseph Martin, Darrin Vincent, accompanist Brad Nix, Bob Mummert, Jessie Baker, Patrick McAvinue, Buddy Hyatt, Jeff Parker, and Cory Piatt


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