Luke & Caroline Bryan Celebrate Williamson Health Expansion
Luke and Caroline Bryan, along with Darrell Waltrip and Vicki McNamara, recently helped Williamson Health celebrate the completion of the first phase of its flagship facility Williamson Medical Center’s Emergency Room expansion and renovation with a “Race to the Ribbon” ribbon-cutting event.
Local dignitaries including Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson; Bo Butler, chair of the Williamson Health Board of Trustees; project capital campaign co-chair McNamara and supporter Waltrip joined Williamson Health CEO Phil Mazzuca in cutting the ribbon at the celebration. The “Race to the Ribbon” theme was a nod to the multi-million-dollar project’s first corporate partner, Darrell Waltrip Automotive Group. Named one of NASCAR’s “50 Greatest Drivers,” Waltrip drove Luke Bryan in a custom-wrapped sports car to the new ER portico, where they kicked off the festivities.
Chase Matthew Previews Come Get Your Memory For Industry Friends
Warner Music Nashville artist Chase Matthew recently held a special listening event for partners and WMN staff for his debut album, Come Get Your Memory, out June 9.
Matthew shared a selection of songs with the room as he brought songwriter and producer collaborators on stage with him to give insight into the creative process for the project.
Brent Mason’s Career Celebrated In Country Music Hall Of Fame’s ‘Nashville Cats’ Series
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum featured guitarist Brent Mason for its in-depth interview series Nashville Cats last weekend. The ongoing series highlights musicians and session singers who have played important roles in support of artists in the studio or on tour.
As one of the most recorded guitarists in history, Mason estimates that he has created distinctive instrumental hooks on more than a thousand Billboard Top 10 hits spanning four decades. He has been named the Country Music Association’s Musician of the Year twice and the Academy of Country Music’s Guitarist of the Year a record 11 times.
Country Music Salutes America’s Heroes Airing Now
A selection of country music stars recently united to honor first responders and Gold Star families for a one night only special, Country Music Salutes America’s Heroes. With performances from Tanya Tucker, Dennis Quaid, Jelly Roll, Ian Munsick and The Frontmen, the special—taped outside of Billy Bob’s Texas—is airing now in various markets.
During the taping, Tunnel to Towers surprised a Gold Star family with a mortgage free home. The family of fallen Army Captain Torre Mallard Sr. was presented the life changing news by Tunnel to Towers CEO, Frank Siller and Quaid in front of the thousands of first responders, active military and veterans. Special appearances throughout the evening include 3x Super Bowl Champions Chad Hennings and Darren Woodson as well as Scotty Hasting, Kylie Frey and Mikayla Lane.
Lydia Sutherland Performs At Special Dunkin’ Joy Benefit
Universal Music Group’s Lydia Sutherland entertained guests at the recent Dunkin’ Joy in Childhood Foundation Dinner at Famous Nashville. The organization provides grants to hundreds of nonprofits making a difference in the lives of children battling hunger or illness across the country.
The Québec-born singer-songwriter has generated millions of streams independently and has built a diverse songwriting catalog featuring tracks like “Hold Me Back” with Robyn Ottolini, “Mercy” with Kyle McKearney, “Break Up With A Friend” with Chelsea Berman and “Ends with Y” with Jake Davey, which soared to No. 1 on the iTunes Top Country Singles Chart Australia. Building a backlog of nearly 900 songs, Sutherland gained traction with her debut single “Love Me” in 2021 before accelerating her breakthrough with “Date A Friend.”
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