Alan Jackson Welcomes Fans To Alabama “Small-Town Drive-In” Shows
Alan Jackson brought his “Small Town Drive-In” events to Cullman, Alabama on Friday (June 12) and Fairhope, Alabama on Saturday (June 13). More than 2,000 vehicles welcomed him at Cullman York Farm, while 2,300 cars full of fans joined him in Fairhope’s 300-acre Oak Hollow Farm.
Robert Counts, Arista Nashville Celebrate Happy Hour
The Arista Nashville promotion team joined a Zoom meeting to meet with new artist Robert Counts. Counts released a self-titled EP last year. The five-song project was produced by Jimmy Ritchey and Dann Huff, and includes “Backseat Driver,” “Someone In My Someday,” “Dress Up,” “Better People,” and a cover of Gnarls Barkley’s “Crazy.”
Tauren Wells Gifts Six Houston High School Graduates With College Aid
Six-time Grammy nominee Tauren Wells teamed with several organizations and Houston’s KSBJ and NGEN, as well as Austin’s KFMK to gift six lucky high school graduates $1,000 each to help with college tuition and textbooks. Wells, a Houston-based award-winning artist, worship leader and youth leader, jumped at the opportunity to give back to his community and support these intelligent and inspiring future leaders.
“We just wanted to let the Class of 2020 know that we are with them and we are for them,” Wells says. “We did for some what we wished to do for all and hope all the graduates out there know that their hard work and effort hasn’t been overlooked. We expect amazing things from these students in the future!”
Wells, known for the Platinum-selling “Hills and Valleys,” and the Gold-certified “Known,” has earned four Dove Awards and accumulated 435.3 million total solo career streams with 1.6 billion audience impressions. He released his second full-length project, Citizen of Heaven, in January.
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