Industry Pics: Brett Eldredge, Zach Williams, Sara Evans, Shenandoah

Brett Eldredge Grabs RIAA Gold

Pictured (L-R): John Esposito (Chairman & CEO, WMN); Brett Eldredge; Rob Baker (Longshot Management); Scott Hendricks (EVP A&R, WMN); Matt Signore (COO, WMN)

Brett Eldredge recently celebrated RIAA Gold certifications for two hit singles, including “The Long Way” and “Somethin’ I’m Good At.”

 

Zach Williams Celebrates RIAA Gold Certification

Pictured (L-R): Ryan Rettler, Just Management; Terry Hemmings, President & CEO, Provident Music Group/Sony Music Entertainment; Zach Williams; Blaine Barcus, VP A&R, Provident Music Group/Sony Music Entertainment

Earlier this week in Nashville, Provident Label Group/Sony Music artist Zach Williams was presented with the official gold plaque for his RIAA-certified Gold single “Chain Breaker,” surrounded by his family, management, and label team.

Sara Evans Earns NABEF Service To America Leadership Award

Pictured (L-R): Leslie Roberts (BMI Executive Director), Paul Karpowicz (Presiding Director of the BMI Board of Directors / President, Meredith Local Media Group), Sara Evans, Michael Fiorile (Chairman of the BMI Board of Directors / Chairman and CEO of The Dispatch Printing Company / Chairman and CEO of Dispatch Broadcast Group) and Pamela Williams (BMI Vice President, Legal & Business Affairs, Corporate Secretary of the BMI Board of Directors)

The National Association of Broadcasters Education Foundation (NABEF) presented Sara Evans with the NABEF Service To America Leadership Award during a ceremony in Washington, D.C. The Service to America Leadership Award recognizes individuals and organizations responsible for improving the lives of others through extraordinary public service. It is considered NABEF’s highest individual honor.

 

Shenandoah Visits CMA

Pictured (L-R): CMA’s Brenden Oliver, Angela Stradler, Shenandoah’s Marty Raybon, Mike McGuire, Shenandoah’s Manager Cole Johnstone, Absolute Publicity’s Caroline Fields and Don Murry Grubbs. Photo courtesy of CMA.

Shenandoah visited the CMA Office on Music Row to perform a concert for the CMA staff to celebrate their new single “That’s Where I Grew Up,” which debuted at radio this week. Shenandoah is set to play Nash Icon’s Rhythm and Boots Fundraiser tomorrow night at 3rd and Linsley to raise money for Musicians on Call.

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