Warner Music Nashville Holds Partner Luncheon
Warner Music Nashville (WMN) hosted its ninth annual partner luncheon featuring Avery Anna, Chase Matthew and Matt Schuster last Wednesday (Nov. 8). The three up-and-coming artists performed for a packed audience of radio and streaming guests at Nashville’s Riverside Revival, where Bailey Zimmerman also made a surprise guest appearance.
Jake Worthington Wins Two-Fold At The Texas Country Music Awards
Big Loud recording artist Jake Worthington took home two trophies at Sunday night’s (Nov. 12) Texas Country Music Awards at Billy Bob’s Texas. The Lone Star state native was awarded Male Artist of the Year and Country Album of the Year for his debut, self-titled album.
“I just want to thank everybody here,” shared Worthington from the stage. “I believe in country music with all my heart. It’s about the only thing that ever made any sense to me. Walking through Billy Bob’s today, there’s so many people here that I have been inspired by, and I’m honored to be amongst everybody here. Here’s to the honky tonker, here’s to believer of country music, and here’s to every single one of us here tonight.”
Adding to the monumental evening, Worthington’s steel guitar player Adam Goodale also took home the win for Steel Guitar Player of the Year.
ACM & Spencer Crandall Join Ashley To Support Gilda’s Club Middle Tennessee
The Academy of Country Music and Ashley—one of the top furniture, mattress and home furnishing brands—partnered together with Gilda’s Club Middle Tennessee to celebrate the organization’s 25th anniversary on Saturday (Nov. 11), with the help of country music artist Spencer Crandall.
At Saturday’s event, Crandall played music for those in attendance and interacted with those on site, including those receiving support from Gilda’s as well as friends of Gilda’s. Ashley donated $10,000 in furniture to furnish and decorate Gilda’s offices, including the complete revamp of the new support group room, which has been designed to meet the immediate needs of individuals navigating the challenges of cancer.
“Our 25th Anniversary Fall Festival was a spectacular event attended by hundreds of people facing cancer and their loved ones, community supporters, and volunteers. We are honored to be celebrating a quarter-century of providing cancer support at no charge to anyone in Middle Tennessee,” says Gilda’s Club Middle Tennessee President & CEO Harriet Schiftan. “This event was made possible by the support of community sponsors ACM Lifting Lives and Ashley. Their contributions have played a vital role in ensuring that cancer support remains accessible to all. Spencer Crandall not only lifted spirits with his original songs but also became a part of the Gilda’s family.”
Shy Carter Unites Latin Business Leaders At Music Row Mixer
On Thursday (Nov. 9), the Tennessee Latin American Chamber of Commerce (TLACC) and Encore Bank presented the first Music Row Mixer, featuring special guest, Warner Music Nashville (WMN) and Truth Management Project artist Shy Carter.
Carter delivered an intimate performance of his new song, “Jesus At The Taco Truck,” both in English and Spanish, along with “One Call Away”—a song he co-wrote with Charlie Puth. The event marked the first collaborative mixer between country music and the Latíne C-suite and entrepreneur community put together by the TLACC board.
“Shy Carter knocked it out of the park, delivering soulful performances during our intimate gathering last week hosted by our friends at Encore Bank on Music Row,” says Jackie Marushka, TLACC Board member. “Hearing Shy sing in English and Spanish just blew everyone away. Shy has a huge new fan base within the Latin American business and entrepreneur community. Welcome, Shy!”
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