Brett Eldredge Partners With Lamar Advertising To Promote And Inspire Community Efforts
Lamar Advertising Company, one of the largest outdoor advertising companies in the world, has teamed up with Warner Music Nashville artist Brett Eldredge for a digital billboard campaign. This campaign is designed to shine the light on the good works and deeds of Eldredge’s fans, The Locals, with the goal of inspiring others to do the same.
This movement is inspired by Eldredge’s new single, “Good Day,” which walks listeners through the powerful process of positive thinking. As part of the recently launched #GoodDayMovement, Lamar is currently displaying selected images of members of Eldredge’s fan club and the great things they are doing to uplift their communities in Chicago, Indianapolis, Nashville, and Brett’s hometown of Paris, Illinois.
In addition to these, Lamar has also dedicated space on digital billboards in Atlanta, Birmingham, Boston, Buffalo, Champaign, Charlotte, Columbus, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Kansas City, Lakeland, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York City, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Providence, Raleigh, Seattle, St. Louis, Terre-Haute and Jonesboro.
Stabal Announces Exclusive Concert Featuring The Shires
Stabal, a leading platform in on-demand and pay-per-view live performances, is scheduled to host an exclusive worldwide concert event featuring The Shires on April 10, 2021, at 4 p.m. CST.
Made up of Ben Earle and Crissie Rhodes, The Shires hail from Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire, United Kingdom. The pair continues to create country music that draws from classic elements of the genre while also delivering singalong, mellow experiences within their forward-thinking tales.
Tickets to The Shires Live Online are available now. Attendees have the option to purchase a 30-day unlimited Deluxe Pass, providing access to behind-the-scenes documentary content, bonus performances, and return admittance into The Shires Live Online for 30 days (through June 30, 2021). Live Show Only passes are also available and must be purchased before the premiere showing on April 10.
Give A Note Foundation Gets The Band Back Together At John Overton High School
Give A Note Foundation (GAN), which provides support for K-12 public school music education programs nationwide, has joined forces with other music education nonprofits to raise over $50,000 to provide Nashville students with music-specific safety equipment that ensures safe participation in making music. This effort is now providing more than 8,500 instrument masks and bell covers for brass and woodwinds to be distributed to Metro Nashville Public Schools.
“Nashville is known as Music City so we all want to keep band practice going as schools reopen this month. These specialized instrument masks and bell covers will make it possible for students to come together and play music safely,” says GAN CEO Beth Slusher. “What’s so great about our mask vs. those sold by other music education companies is the hands-free flap that makes it possible for students to easily position the instrument into playing position.”
At an event at John Overton High School in Nashville, three-time Grammy winning saxophonist, member of Dave Matthews Band, and Vanderbilt University music educator Jeff Coffin addressed the vital benefits of music education for students. Joining the celebrations were SongFarm co-founders multi-Grammy winning producer/engineer F. Reid Shippen and Grammy nominated songwriter Ross Copperman; Grammy nominated artists Cassadee Pope and Devon Gilfillian; and singer-songwriter Caitlin Canty.
The event also featured a performance from the Overton High School band who showcased the specialized instrument masks and bell covers. With these new additions they can once again play and practice safely.