In Pictures: The Sisterhood Band, Ingrid Andress, Tenille Arts, SOLID, Bobby Messano

The Sisterhood Band Rocks The Kimpton Aertson

(L-R): Fusion Music Management’s Daniel Miller and Nick Garvin, Sony Music Nashville Director A&R Margaret Tomlin, The Sisterhood Band’s Ruby Stewart, SMN VP Digital Strategy Ed Rivadavia and The Sisterhood Band’s Alyssa Bonagura, Fusion Management’s Danielle Broome and SMN’s Sr. Director Marketing Liz Cost, VP Finance Scott Stachelski, SVP Legal/Business Affairs Angie Magill and EVP Promotion/Artist Development Steve Hodges

At the fifth stop of the Kimpton Off The Record live concert series, Arista Nashville duo The Sisterhood Band performed recently at the Kimpton Aertson ballroom in Nashville. The Trevor Project benefits from the proceeds of the Kimpton music series, which is a partnership with Vinyl Me and Gibson Guitars.

Ingrid Andress Performs On NBC’s ‘Today’

Ingrid Andress with TODAY co-anchors Savannah Guthrie (L) and Jenna Bush Hager (R)

Ingrid Andress made her debut on NBC’s TODAY this morning, performing her brand new single “More Hearts Than Mine.” Andress will be taking her music across the globe in the coming months, from the CMA Songwriters Series in Phoenix on Aug. 21 to her just-announced European tour in September hitting Germany, the Netherlands and the UK.

Tenille Arts Serenades NARAS Nashville

Pictured (L-R): The Recording Academy’s Laura Crawford and Emily Kunst; Tenille Arts; The Recording Academy’s Bri Buchanan, Courtney White and Alicia Warwick.

Tenille Arts dropped by the NARAS Nashville Chapter recently to meet the staff and perform songs from her upcoming album. She has already released an EP and a full-length album, and her music has tallied over 25 million streams.

SOLID Breaks Music Market Fundraising Record

(L-R): CMA Foundation Project Manager Lindsey Jones, CMA Foundation Executive Director Tiffany Kerns, SOLID Music Market Chair Ellen Larson (APA), SOLID Music Market Co-Chair Amy Kadish (Wiatr) and SOLID President Johnny Cloherty (Songfluencer). Photo by Caitlin Alexander/CMA.

The Society of Leaders in Development (SOLID) set a new record this year, raising $75,727 as part of their annual Music Market at CMA Fest – breaking last year’s record of over $74,000. $12,000 was donated to the CMA Foundation which is committed to improving and sustaining music education programs across the United States. Music Market is a four-day event held at CMA Fest’s Xfinity Fan Fair X that offers visitors opportunities to purchase and/or bid on items. Its silent “Backstage Auction,” allows fans to bid on exclusive artist merchandise, unique fan experiences, elite weekend packages, premier concerts, signed instruments, one-of-a-kind engagement opportunities and more from their favorite artists. The online auction is currently taking place, with new items added regularly at charitybuzz.com.

Bobby Messano Celebrates 40th Anniversary With ASCAP

Pictured, front row (L-R): Suzanne Lee, Bobby Messano, Mary Self. Pictured, back row, (L-R): Kele Currier, new VP/Nashville Membership Mike Sistad, Beth Brinker, author Richard Bender and Holly Chester

Blues/rocker Bobby Messano stopped by ASCAP during NAMM week to celebrate his 40 years with the PRO  and the release of his 9th solo album, Lemonade, distributed by Warner Music Group.

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