Mark Your Calendar—July 2019

Industry Events

July 4
Nashville’s July 4th celebration on Lower Broadway, Let Freedom Sing!

July 17
CMA Awards first ballot closes at 6 p.m. CT

Single Add Dates

July 1
Chase Rice/Lonely If You Are/Broken Bow Records
Jason Pritchett/American Made/SRM Productions

July 8
Ingrid Andress/More Hearts Than Mine/Warner Music Nashville
Eric Burgett/Swing Low, Sweet Old Cadillac/Bow To Stern Records

July 11
Wilson Brothers Band/It All Looks Good From Here/Full Circle Records

July 15
Thomas Rhett/Remember You Young/Valory
Kiefer Sutherland/Something You Love/BMG-in2une
Teddy Robb/Really Shouldn’t Drink Around You/Arista Nashville-Monument Records
Gone West/What Could’ve Been/Triple Tigers
Red Clay Union/Homegrown/Dirt Hill
Wilson Brothers Band/It All Looks Good From Here/Full Circle
Jeff Clayborn/I Reckon/The Cabin Record Co.
Joe Lasher/That’s Gonna Get You Kissed/Joe Lasher Music, LLC

July 22
Cody Johnson/Nothin’ On You/CoJo Music-WMN Radio & Streaming
Thompson Square/Masterpiece/DavMo Records
Jon Langston/Now You Know/EMI Records Nashville
Mac Powell and the Family Reunion/Back Again/Thirty Tigers-MPR

Album Releases

July 12
Clare Bowen/Clare Bowen/BMG
Pretty Vicious/Beauty of Youth/Big Machine-John Varvatos Records

July 24
Lori McKenna/Bittertown [15th anniversary re-release]/CN Records

July 26
Casey Donahew/One Light Town
Justin Moore/Late Nights And Longnecks/The Valory Music Co.
Mac Powell and The Family Reunion/Back Again/Thirty Tigers


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