Industry Pics: CMT Next Women Of Country, SOURCE Nashville, Chris Janson

CMT’s Next Women Of Country Celebrates Launch With Nashville Party

Pictured (L-R): Hailey Whitters, Leslie Fram, Tanya Tucker, Walker County, Erin Enderlin. Photo: Daniel Brown/CMT

Several Nashville artists and industry members celebrated during the CMT Next Women of Country Tour Kick-Off Party Sunday night (Jan. 12) in Nashville featuring Grammy-nominated tour headliner Tanya TuckerDennis Quaid, and CMT Next Women artists Hailey Whitters, Walker County, and Erin Enderlin.

Pictured (L-R): Tanya Tucker, Leslie Fram, Hailey Whitters, Walker County, Erin Enderlin. Photo: Daniel Brown/CMT

Pictured (L-R): Walker County, Leslie Fram, Dennis Quaid, Tanya Tucker, Hailey Whitters, Erin Enderlin. Photo: Daniel Brown/CMT


SOURCE Nashville celebrates 2020 Board of Directors

Pictured (Back Row, L-R): SOURCE Auxiliary Member, Laurie Hughes (Hughes Law); SOURCE Board Member, Becky McIntosh (Given Entertainment); SOURCE Board Member, Susan Myers Woelkers (GW Entertainment); SOURCE Board Member, Erica Rosa (FBMM); SOURCE Past President, Alicia Lanier Jones (Fourward,); SOURCE Auxiliary Member, Lyndie Wenner (SRO PR); SOURCE Board Member Greta Day (Susman & Assoc.); SOURCE Board Member, Camilla Kleindienst (Banner Music); SOURCE Board Member, Melinda Drennan (Drennan & Assoc. PLLC); SOURCE Board Member, Claire Cook-Taylor (Average Joes Ent.); (Front Row, L-R): SOURCE Vice President, Mallory Mason (Wiles & Taylor), SOURCE Treasurer, Catherine Stein-Moore (Farris, Self & Moore, LLC); SOURCE President, Kari Barnhart (Regions Bank); SOURCE Secretary, Jennifer Turnbow (NSAI).

Nashville music industry organization SOURCE recently celebrated its Board of Directors for 2020.


Chris Janson Celebrates Uplifting Fan Moment During Maryland Show

Chris Janson. Photo: Zachary A. Sinclair

Chris Janson recently had a special moment with fans during a concert in Bel Air, Maryland at the APG Federal Credit Union Arena on Saturday (Jan. 11). Janson saw a group of fans with signs requesting the song “Hawaii On Me,” from his latest album Real Friends. He invited one fan to the front of the stage, and learned that she had stage IV cancer. He sang “Hawaii On Me,” as well as “Everybody’s Going Through Something.”

“What an inspirational night we had in Maryland on Saturday,” Janson said. “I am out on the road performing for those special moments with people whose souls have been touched by music and, quite honestly, those moments are the highlights of my career. When I saw all the signs for our song ‘Hawaii On Me’ and a group of people wearing Hawaiian leis, it was clear to me why they were there. It’s so powerful to watch real life happen. ‘Hawaii On Me’ is a celebration of the life you’ve lived, and I was proud to fulfill her request by singing that song. The whole moment—having her family there to experience it too—was really moving. I always want try to be the ‘Good Vibes’ guy because, ultimately, that’s what it’s all about.”


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