Stephen Wilson Jr. Celebrates Debut Double Album At Blue Room
Stephen Wilson Jr. celebrated his sold-out album release show at The Blue Room at Third Man Records in Nashville on Monday night (Sept. 18). The performance included an appearance from Hailey Whitters, who joined Wilson Jr. for a rendition of their duet “American Gothic.”
He released his debut double album søn of dad via Big Loud Records last week.
Anne Wilson Surprised With Platinum Plaque For “My Jesus”
Anne Wilson was surprised by her Capitol Christian Music Group team celebrating her debut single “My Jesus” being certified Platinum by the RIAA. The breakout ballad has continued to fuel Wilson’s career as it notched over one million units sold and counting, with numerous awards and accolades as well.
Wilson’s momentous week continued with her debut performance during the ACM Honors show, where she graced the Ryman stage alongside Jordan Davis to perform the double-Platinum, ACM Award-nominated No. 1 song, “Buy Dirt.”
BMI Wraps Rooftop On The Row Series With Old Crow Medicine Show, JD Clayton
BMI hosted the final installment of its signature Rooftop On The Row series Tuesday night (Sept. 19), with Old Crow Medicine Show and JD Clayton playing for a capacity crowd on top of BMI’s Nashville location. Serving as the official kickoff to AmericanaFest, attendees enjoyed more than three hours of free entertainment, music and drinks during the entertainment packed evening.
“Our Rooftop On The Row series is one of BMI’s most highly anticipated events and we couldn’t have asked for a better way to conclude this year than with Old Crow Medicine Show and JD Clayton,” says BMI’s Nashville AVP Creative, Mason Hunter. “Since its launch in 2016, this series has been a staple moment in the early stages of many affiliates’ careers including Dylan Marlowe, Morgan Wallen and The War And Treaty. BMI looks forward to carrying on with this tradition by continuing to offer a unique Music City experience for our talent.”
ACM Opens Recruitment for Spring 2024 Internship Program
The Academy of Country Music is recruiting for its Spring 2024 internship program. Selected candidates will work in an area ranging from marketing, graphic design, and event planning to finance, publicity & PR, strategic partnerships, and more, as well as assist in the planning and execution of the 59th Academy of Country Music Awards in spring 2024.
Internships start in January and run through the end of May. All roles will be based in Nashville, and will be primarily in person, working out of the Academy’s Music City headquarters. Positions will require a minimum of one week of travel surrounding the 59th ACM Awards, with the potential for additional travel as needed for individual roles. Candidates may receive credit for their participation and will be paid for the internship. Positions are available in the following areas of focus:
ACM Lifting Lives
Artist & Industry Relations
Creative & Content
Finance & Operations
Programming & Community Engagement
Publicity & PR
All students are encouraged to apply by sending a resume and cover letter as an attachment to [email protected] by Friday, October 20, 2023. Applicants should be sure to indicate their preferred area(s) of focus in their cover letter.
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