Travis Denning Makes Grand Ole Opry Debut
Mercury Nashville artist Travis Denning made his debut performance at the Grand Ole Opry on Friday (Nov. 16). He performed his Top 40 single “David Ashley Parker From Powder Springs,” as well as “After A Few.”
Denning moved to Nashville in 2014 and within a year signed a publishing deal with RED Creative Group. He was recently named a CMA Kixstart Artist Scholarship recipient and is currently on tour with LANCO.
Suretone Entertainment Signs Caroline Dare
Caroline Dare has signed with Suretone Entertainment. With offices in both Los Angeles & Nashville, Suretone Entertainment also represents Fleetwood Mac & ZZ Top.
Dare, 17, has opened for artists including The Band Perry, Chris Young, Kellie Pickler and more. She is expected to release a project in 2019.
Lucas Hoge Helps Raise $520K For Cystic Fibrosis Research
Lucas Hoge recently participated in his 10th year at Hook The Cure event in Puerto Vallarta Mexico, helping to raise more than $520,000 for cystic fibrosis research.
“Not only does having a friend that has Cystic Fibrosis make this cause extremely special to me,” expressed Hoge. “But it is also truly amazing to work with a foundation where you can physically see the results of donations helping fight this horrible disease.”
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