Industry Pics: Miranda Lambert, Sheryl Crow, Scott Borchetta, Andrew Combs

Miranda Lambert Celebrates ‘Wildcard’ With Label Team

Miranda Lambert celebrated with her Sony Music Nashville team at Nashville’s Exit/In, following a private preview performance of tracks from her upcoming seventh solo project Wildcard, which releases Nov. 1.

Pictured: Miranda Lambert (front row). Back row (L-R): RCA Nashville SVP Promotion Dennis Reese, Sr. Director Marketing Jennifer Way, Director Sales/Streaming Alaina Vehec, VP Creative Services Tracy Fleaner and SVP Sales/Streaming Caryl Atwood.


Sheryl Crow, Big Machine’s Scott Borchetta Celebrate Sold-Out Ryman Shows

Sheryl Crow and Big Machine Label Group President/CEO Scott Borchetta celebrated Crow’s two sold-out consecutive shows at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium this week. Crow’s latest album Threads (Big Machine) entered at No. 1 on the Americana/Folk albums chart. Crow surprised the Ryman audience with guest appearances from Maren Morris, Amanda Shires, Natalie Hemby, Jason Isbell and Emmylou Harris.

Scott Borchetta and Sheryl Crow. Photo: Jason Kempin/Getty Images


Andrew Combs Celebrates Album Release Party

SESAC’s ET Brown celebrated with SESAC affiliate Andrew Combs at Fort Houston in Nashville on Friday (Sept. 20), as Combs feted the release of his fourth album, Ideal Man (New West Records).

Combs will launch a headlining tour in his hometown of Dallas on Oct. 9, with his five-piece band. He will also co-headline a European tour with fellow Nashville artist Erin Rae.

SESAC’s ET Brown and artist-writer Andrew Combs




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