Zac Brown Band Plays Nashville Show To Benefit Hope On A Cure
Warner Music Nashville’s Zac Brown Band took over Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium last Thursday (Sept. 22). The band was joined by some of their label team ahead of the performance, including co-President Ben Kline.
A portion of the proceeds from the show went to benefit Hop On A Care and its efforts to help fund research toward ending amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). The foundation was established by one of the band’s founding members, John Driskell “Hop” Hopkins, who was diagnosed with ALS earlier this year.
Lauren Daigle’s ‘Hold On To Me’ Gets The Gold Treatment
Two-time Grammy award-winner and multi-Platinum selling artist Lauren Daigle was recently honored at the first of a two-show stint at Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheater.
During the stop, she was presented with an RIAA Gold plaque for her 2021 hit, “Hold On To Me.” She shared the moment with radio programmers from across the country as well as representatives from her record label and management company.
Emily Ann Roberts Taps 117 Entertainment For PR Representation
Rising country artist Emily Ann Roberts has retained 117 Entertainment for exclusive PR representation. The East Tennessee native’s first single in two years, “Whole Lotta Little,” will be released on Oct. 7.
Roberts spent time on Blake Shelton‘s team on NBC’s The Voice. As the runner up on season nine, she has spent years on the road and has opened for artists such as Reba McEntire, Shelton, Sara Evans, Josh Turner, Scotty McCreery and Ricky Skaggs.
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