iHeartMedia’s Bobby Bones continues to champion new musical talent, with the announcement of “The Bobby Bones Show Class Of 2019.” This all-female class includes Black River’s Abby Anderson, UMG Nashville’s Caylee Hammack, Big Machine’s Lauren Jenkins, Columbia Nashville’s Tenille Townes, and RCA Nashville’s Rachel Wammack.
“It’s been a long road from playing Buck’s liquor store in my little hometown of Ellaville, GA to hearing Bobby Bones say my name on the radio this morning,” Hammack shared. “Never in my wildest dreams did I expect to be put into a category with these wonderful and talented women. I’m so excited for 2019 and can’t thank Bobby enough for all the support.”
“I’m really freaking grateful to be included in this group of artists. And I think it’s great how many women Bobby is highlighting with his platform this year, because women’s voices and stories and songs need to be heard,” shared Jenkins.
“I can’t explain how excited I am to be a part of this group of artists. They are stellar and unique, and Bobby is just awesome,” said Wammack.
“It is an honor to be a part of Bobby’s Class of 2019,” added Townes. “Having him be such a champion of this music and this path from the beginning means so much!! Also, being alongside such talented friends of mine is incredible! I look forward to cheering everybody on this year!”
“Bobby Bones is a busy man and somehow he makes time for brand new artists like myself,” said Anderson. “I think everyone in country music can agree that Bobby is giving and gracious and I think the most precious gift someone could give is their time. So thank you, THANK YOU Mr. Bobby Bones for giving your time and attention. Thank you for sharing your platform and being a champion.”
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