In Pictures: Chris Janson, The Shadowboxers

Chris Janson Leads Entertainment For U.S. Shared Services Event

Pictured (L-R): Ken Williams (CFO, Warner Music Group Shared Services); John Esposito (Chairman & CEO, Warner Music Nashville); Chris Janson; Steve Cooper (CEO, Warner Music Group); Kris Ahrend (President, Warner Music Group Shared Services). Photo: Scoobie’s Photographic Images

Warner Music Group hosted an event yesterday (May 10) celebrating the U.S. Shared Services center of excellence in downtown Nashville, and along for the ride was Warner Bros./Warner Music Nashville recording artist Chris Janson. Following speeches from Shared Services president Kris Ahrend, Nashville mayor David Briley and councilman Freddie O’Connell, along with a special Warner/Chappell songwriter’s round, Janson closed out the event with a performance that included his Platinum-certified “Buy Me A Boat,” and his current single “Drunk Girl.”

 

The Shadowboxers Rock Out At The Basement East

Following their opening slot on Justin Timberlake’s Man of the Woods tour stop at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena on Wednesday, May 9, Nashville-based band The Shadowboxers performed a headlining show as part of their On The Side Tour at Nashville’s The Basement East.

 

 

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