Midland’s Live At The Palomino Vinyl Celebrates Record Store Day Reboot
The music and magic of Midland’s LIVE at the Palomino show becomes available on vinyl this Saturday, August 29 as part of the first RSD Drops dates, a re-working of Record Store Day, celebrating the people who make up the world of the record stores. Midland’s LIVE at the Palomino LP, whose cover art features an original illustration of the North Hollywood haunt, will be available at select stores across the country. The special vinyl features 17 live tracks that are an unapologetic hybrid of Midland’s classic country embrace of grown-up themes of drinking, cheating and seduction. On the night before the limited edition vinyl’s release, Record Store Day will premiere the Midland LIVE at the Palomino concert special on its Facebook page at 8 p.m. ET on Friday (Aug. 28).
Mark Thomas Joins AVVAY Nashville Office
Mark Thomas has joined AVVAY as Project Manager for the Nashville market. AVVAY assists creatives in booking locations for photo and film shoots and other creative projects and currently serves the Nashville, Portland, Chicago, Dallas and Houston markets with additional market expansion plans on the horizon.
Thomas was most recently Producer, Brand Creative and Promotions at CMT where he managed on-the-ground production and post production of assets for promotion of CMT shows, events and initiatives. Before CMT, he was a part of Calvin Klein’s marketing and production team in New York, New York.
“We’re thrilled to be adding Mark to our team. He brings an impressive range of production experience to the table that’s going to enable us to serve our rapidly growing client-base better than ever,” says Jon Howard, AVVAY’s co-founder and CEO.
Kristian Bush, Matt Stell, Temecula Road, More Set For Country Sway Summer Streamathon
The four-day Country Sway Summer Sway Streamathon is set for Aug. 27-30 featuring over 40 different artist performances. The online concert event, featuring Chris Bandi, Kristian Bush, Brett Kissel, Matt Stell, Temecula Road, Jeremy McComb, Josh Mirenda, Jamie O’Neal, and more, will benefit Music Health Alliance as the non-profit continues to provide immediate critical assistance to members of the U.S. music community who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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