Garth And Trisha Share Some Opry Circle Magic
Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood brought some duet magic to the Opry stage this past Saturday night (May 2) as the two performed together on the Grand Ole Opry’s 4,922nd consecutive Saturday night broadcast. The two took turns performing their own hits and backing each other vocally on favorites from other giants in country including Merle Haggard, George Strait, and Emmylou Harris, and dueting on the George Jones/Tammy Wynette classic “Golden Ring” and their own “Whiskey To Wine.” The night marked the 10th anniversary of the Opry House being flooded in the Tennessee flood of 2010.
Lauren Daigle Offers New Spanish Version Of “You Say”
Lauren Daigle has recorded a Spanish version of her Grammy-winning, 3x Platinum hit “You Say” (“Tu Dices”) which will be followed by “Rescue” (“Rescata”) on May 15. The new version can be heard here: hyperurl.co/
Counterpart Music Launches In Music City
Counterpart Music has opened in Nashville. The new company, started by Ben Stauffer, provides independent musicians in all genres with record label and music publishing services, including album release planning, strategy, and project management; digital distribution; streaming and social media analytics; monetization optimization; and metadata management. Stauffer was previously a member of the executive leadership team of Centricity Music in Franklin, Tennessee, and has two decades of business experience with specialties in finance, data analytics, strategic planning and analysis, forecasting/modeling, and research.
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