ACM Pics: WME, Sony Music Nashville, Bob Kingsley, Musicians On Call

WME Holds Second Annual Bash at the Beach

Pictured Erick Long (ACM), Becky Gardenhire (WME), Paul Barnabee (ACM Lifting Lives), Gayle Holcomb (WME and Diane Holcomb Emergency Relief Fund), Chris Young, Catherine Hernandez-Blades (Aflac), Rob Beckham (WME), Pete Griffin (Musicians On Call). Photo: Rick Diamond

WME held its second Bash at the Beach, a two-day concert event at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas on April 13-14. The event featured performances from Chris Young, Chris Janson, Cam, Dee Jay Silver, Granger Smith, Jordan Davis, LANCO, Lindsay Ell, Morgan Evans, Morgan Wallen, Parmalee, RaeLynn and Scotty McCreery. Young also helped present a check for $100,000 to ACM Lifting Lives.


Sony Music Nashville Celebrates Latest Artist Signing

Pictured (L-R): Ken Robold, EVP/COO, Sony Music Nashville; Steve Hodges, EVP Promotion/Artist Development, Sony Music Nashville; Marion Kraft, Shopkeeper Management; Crystal Dishmon, Shopkeeper Management; Tenille Townes; Randy Goodman, Chairman/CEO, Sony Music Nashville; John Zarling, EVP Marketing/New Business, Sony Music Nashville; Jim Catino, SVP A&R, Sony Music Nashville

Sony Music Nashville and Shopkeeper Management celebrated the signing of the newest Columbia Nashville artist, Tenille Townes, during the Sony ACM Awards After Party. On Friday, April 13, the 24 year-old singer-songwriter, joined Columbia Nashville’s star-studded roster and simultaneously released her acoustic introductory EP Living Room Worktapes. Townes joined Devin Dawson and Maren Morris on the road last week and has been tapped by Miranda Lambert and Little Big Town for their cross-country The Bandwagon Tour, launching July 2018.


Bob Kingsley: Texas Heads To ACMs

Pictured (L-R): Bob Kingsley, Aaron Watson, Jack Ingram.

The state of Texas was well represented in Las Vegas on Sunday, as Bob Kingsley, Aaron Watson, and Jack Ingram pose for a quick pic at the ACM Awards.


ACM Lifting Lives/Musicians On Call

Pictured (L-R): Pete Griffin, Musicians On Call President; Todd P. Sklamberg, Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center CEO; Michael Ray, Warner Music Nashville Artist; Debbie Carroll, ACM Lifting Lives Chairman; Shane Tarleton, Warner Music Nashville Senior Vice President, Creative Services [Click to enlarge]

Musicians On Call, a nonprofit that brings live and recorded music to the bedsides of patients in healthcare facilities, officially launched its latest weekly Bedside Performance Programs at Sunrise Health System hospitals today in Las Vegas. The programs are made possible through a $150,000 endowment from ACM Lifting Lives®, the philanthropic arm of the Academy of Country Music.

The launch event, which took place at Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center, included a special performance by Warner Music Nashville artist Michael Ray for the hospital’s patients and caregivers.


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