Country Radio Seminar Adds Eric Church As Keynote Speaker

Country Radio Seminar has secured EMI Nashville’s Eric Church as the keynote speaker during an exclusive Q&A session, set for 4 p.m. (CT) on Thursday, Feb. 20 at Nashville’s Omni Hotel during Country Radio Seminar (CRS 2020).

CRB/CRS President of the Board, Kurt Johnson, comments, “As if CRS 2020 wasn’t already star-studded—Kenny Chesney, Miranda Lambert, Rascal Flatts, Carrie Underwood—the addition of Eric Church ups the ante for sure. You can bet I’ll be front and center to take in this amazing, intimate conversation with a modern country music legend.”

Registration for Country Radio Seminar (CRS 2020) will increase from $599 to $649 starting Thursday, Oct. 17. Registrations are available for purchase at

Already released agenda highlights include: A Conversation With Miranda Lambert; the “CRS Artist Interview” with Capitol Nashville’s Carrie Underwood; Rascal Flatts appearing at Rascal Flatts: 20 Years Of Country Radio Success; and Kenny Chesney headlining this year’s Warner Music Nashville Kickoff Luncheon, where he will be joined by several artists from the Warner Music Nashville (WMN) family.

Country Radio Seminar is the premier educational and networking event for country radio and music industry professionals, offering attendees access to informative panels, countless valuable networking opportunities, prominent speakers, research presentations and intimate performances from some of today’s biggest stars and emerging artists. Panels at CRS 2020 will cover a broad range of topics relevant to today’s country radio industry, including social media and digital innovations, PPM, brand strategies, leadership skills, consumer research studies, the relationships and economics of the radio and record industries and much more.


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