Luke Combs Honors Co-Writers On Opry Stage
Luke Combs teamed with the Grand Ole Opry to create a rare and matchless moment on the Opry stage Tuesday night (Aug. 7). Combs, who debuted on the Opry stage in 2016, chose to honor the collaborating songwriters from his Platinum-selling debut album This One’s For You and deluxe album This One’s For You Too to step into the circle and perform with him—turning the legendary stage into an unrivaled songwriting round reminiscent of where it all began for these songwriting friends. Several of the writers—Wyatt B. Durrette, Rob Synder, and Channing Wilson—appeared on the Opry for the first time with Combs, while Randy Montana, Jonathan Singleton, and Rob Williford were welcomed back to the stage to perform with Combs on hits they’d co-written.
Brett Eldredge Performs On Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Brett Eldredge took the outdoor stage at Jimmy Kimmel Live! Wednesday night (Aug. 8) for a set that included his chart-topping hit “The Long Way” and brand new single “Love Someone.” Fans can catch his CMT Crossroads event with Meghan Trainor airing on Sept. 3.
Mitchell Tenpenny Visits Academy of Country Music
The Academy of Country Music® welcomed Riser House/Columbia Nashville recording artist Mitchell Tenpenny to the office while he was in Los Angeles recently. While at the Academy, Tenpenny performed his current rising single, “Drunk Me,” from his self-titled EP, Mitchell Tenpenny and previewed a few tracks from his upcoming album.
Click here to watch a video from Tenpenny’s visit featuring an exclusive interview and clips from his performance.
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