In Pictures: Dustin Lynch, Paul Cauthen, Rosanne Cash, Jamey Johnson

Dustin Lynch, Elle King, The Roots Team For Tennessee Tourism For Roots Jam

Dustin Lynch performs with the Roots at the Six Degrees to Tennessee Roots Jam at New Daisy Theater on September 15, 2018 in Memphis, Tennessee. (Photo by Greg Campbell/Getty Images for Tennessee Tourism)

On Saturday (Sept. 15) The Tennessee Department of Tourist Development presented the Six Degrees to Tennessee Roots Jam in Memphis to kick-off Tennessee Music Pathways, a statewide program designed to guide visitors to musical points of interest through an online travel-planning experience featuring hundreds of landmarks and attractions. Musical group The Roots, with special guests Elle King, Dustin Lynch, Estelle, The Isley Brothers and more performed, with each artist performing an original hit, along with a song that highlights their connection to Tennessee.

 

Paul Cauthen’s Big Velvet Revue Welcomes Artists To The Basement East

Paul Cauthen

On Sept. 12, Paul Cauthen‘s Big Velvet Revue, held at The Basement East in Nashville, celebrated a four-hour mix of original tunes and cover songs, from artists including Aaron Lee Tasjan, Erin Rae, Carl Anderson, Jade Jackson, and more.

 

Rosanne Cash Details Upcoming Album She Remembers Everything

Pictured (L-R): Cross Road Management’s Danny Kahn; SESAC SVP of Creative Operations Sam Kling; GRAMMY-winning artist Rosanne Cash; and VP/GM of Notable Music/Big Deal Music Damon Booth. Photo: Jason Davis

On Thursday, Sept. 13, SESAC and Big Deal Music hosted a reception, of more than 100 friends and music industry executives, for legendary artist Rosanne Cash to celebrate her upcoming album She Remembers Everything, out this fall on Blue Note Records. Cash was also honored with the “Spirit of Americana” Free Speech award at Wednesday’s Americana Honors & Awards at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville.

 

Jamey Johnson, SESAC At Music City Food+Wine Charity Invitational

Pictured (L-R): SESAC’s J.D. Connell; singer/songwriter Jamey Johnson; SESAC VP of Creative Services Shannan Hatch; and singer/songwriter Rob Hatch.

SESAC’s J.D. Connell, singer/songwriter Jamey Johnson, SESAC VP of Creative Services Shannan Hatch, and singer/songwriter Rob Hatch took time out to pose at yesterday’s Music City Food + Wine Charity Invitational presented by Kings of Leon at Hermitage Golf Course over the weekend.

 

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