Industry Ink: Luke Combs, Lewispalooza 9, SESAC, Charlie Daniels

Crocs Partners With Luke Combs For CMA Fest Crocs

Crocs has revealed a collaboration with Luke Combs for a special edition Croc shoe with unique Combs-themed Jibbitz™ charms that depict a license plate that says ‘BT LGR’ named after Combs’ fan club, a Combs guitar pick, a North Carolina sign, Combs’ face with his signature hat and red beard, and more. The Luke Combs Crocs will be sold exclusively during CMA Fest on June 6 – 9 in Nashville.

This collaboration is not the first time Crocs has partnered with a musical artist. The brand released a Croc collaboration with hip-hop artist Post Malone, as well as a KISS collection.

Fans can sign up here to receive more information about Crocs partnership with Combs.

 

Lewis Brice, Tin Roof Team Up For Lewispalooza 9

Lewis Brice and Tin Roof are teaming up again for their annual kick-off to CMA Fest, Lewispalooza 9, on June 4 outside of Tin Roof Demonbreun. The concert, headlined by Lewis, will feature performances by Lee Brice, John Wesley Satterfield, Stevie Monce, Jerrod Niemann, Paul McDonald, Curt Chambers, John Gurney and more special guests.

The all-ages event is free with a suggested donation at the door. All proceeds benefit Hope Song, a non-profit that helps the fight against cancer through the healing power of music. The VIP Experience includes side stage access, free food (provided by The Stillery), VIP bar access, private restrooms, meet & greet of select artists and access to Tito’s Airsteam Lounge. Advance VIP and general admission tickets are available online at theoriginaltinroof.com.

 

SESAC Hosts Reviver Publishing Writers Round

Pictured (L-R): Reviver’s Clay Myers, Gator Michaels; Carol-Ann Mobley; David DeVaul; Alex Kline; Aaron Goodvin; Thompson Square’s Shawna and Keifer Thompson; Reviver’s David Ross; SESAC’s Lydia Schultz, Zach Green and Shannan Hatch

SESAC hosted the Reviver Publishing artists for a writers round on Tuesday evening (May 28). The round included songs from Thompson Square’s Shawna and Keifer ThompsonDavid DeVaul, Alex Kline, and Aaron Goodvin.

 

Charlie Daniels’ The Journey Home Project Donates $25,000 To The Shepherd’s Men

Pictured (L-R): The Shepherd’s Men’s Nathaniel Beaver (front) and Jason Gallagher (back), The Journey Home Project’s Angela Wheeler and David Corlew, TSM’s Travis Ellis, TJHP’s Carolyn Corlew, TSM’s Walter Marques. Photo: Kaitlyn Hungerford.

Country legend Charlie Daniels‘ veterans non-profit The Journey Home Project (TJHP) recently held a special reception for The Shepherd’s Men as the team of men journeyed through Nashville during a stop on its annual Shepherd’s Run. The week-long, seven-city run raises awareness for troops with traumatic brain injuries and post-traumatic stress disorder.

During the reception held at The Palm Restaurant in Nashville, Tenn. TJHP presented The Shepherd’s Men with a $25,000 check to help assist the organization with their efforts in aiding our nation’s military veterans.

“The Shepherd’s Men are relentless in their efforts to end the tragic pattern of suicide with our returning veterans,” says TJHP co-founder David Corlew. “The Journey Home Project is committed to this issue and believe we have the best possible partnership we could have to try and save precious lives, one at a time. God Bless The Shepherd’s Men and the SHARE Military Initiative and the work they continue to do.”

“Veteran suicide is something that should have been dealt with long ago by bringing awareness to the problem,” adds Daniels. “We hope to put pressure on the government to really get involved and to make sure that mainstream America is aware of this horrible tragedy.”

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