Ashley McBryde Earns Daytime Emmy Nomination

Ashley McBryde.

Warner Music Nashville artist Ashley McBryde has earned a Daytime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Musical Performance. The “Girl Goin’ Nowhere” singer is being honored for her performance on CBS This Morning Saturday.

She joins fellow nominees Israel and Adrienne Houghton (for their performance on The Real), Lindsey Stirling‘s performance on Live with Kelly and Ryan, The Band’s Visit on The Today Show, and Ben Rector‘s performance on Pickler and Ben.

McBryde is also nominated in the recently-announced AIMP Awards’ Publisher Pick category, for “Girl Goin’ Nowhere.” She will perform on the upcoming Academy of Country Music Awards on April 7, where she is nominated for New Female Artist of the Year. McBryde also has a collaboration on Brooks & Dunn’s upcoming Reboot project, where she offered vocals on “You’re Gonna Miss Me When I’m Gone.” She will perform during CMA Music Festival, on the Chevy Riverfront Stage.

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