The 2023 edition of Country Radio Seminar came to a close last night (March 15) at the Omni Nashville Hotel. Below are some of the highlights from yesterday’s programming. Next year, Country Radio Seminar will take place Wednesday, Feb. 28 – Friday, March 1, 2024.
Miles Adcox Holds ‘Human School’ Session
Miles Adcox, Chairman & Owner of the emotional wellness lifestyle brand Onsite, shared a session on day three of CRS on becoming more resilient, managing anxiety and stress, optimizing our lives by harnessing an awareness of ourselves and others, and reconnecting to what makes us all human.
Adcox is a speaker, thought leader, advocate, advisor and entrepreneur in the emotional wellness space. He has created and managed multiple mental health programs and personal growth workshops, has consulted major brands on organizational health and emotional wellness, and is a communication, personal growth, and mental health consultant to the entertainment industry.
BMLG Showcases Talent During Annual CRS Luncheon
Big Machine Label Group showcased eight of its artists during its annual luncheon on Wednesday. Brantley Gilbert, Justin Moore, Chris Janson, Riley Green, Danielle Bradbery, Conner Smith, Shane Profitt and Mackenzie Carpenter all shared music with radio programmers.
BMLG Chairman & CEO Scott Borchetta invited the room to explore new music and celebrate career milestones they helped create alongside imprint leaders Jimmy Harnen (BMLG Records President & CEO), George Briner (The Valory Music Co. President) and Clay Hunnicutt (Big Machine Records GM).
CRS New Faces Showcase
Five new talented artists closed the 2023 edition of CRS with performances at the CRS New Faces of Country Music showcase. Priscilla Block, Jackson Dean, Frank Ray, Jelly Roll and Nate Smith all took the stage in front of the country radio industry.
Read more about the CRS New Faces showcase here.
CRS/Country Aircheck Awards
During the CRS New Faces dinner, the organization gave out its annual awards alongside Country Aircheck. Additionally, Tracy Lawerence accepted the 2023 CRS Artist Humanitarian Award for his philanthropic efforts and radio programmer Brent Michaels received the 2023 Tom Rivers Humanitarian Award for his selfless public service efforts.
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