Jeff Walker, President/CEO of Nashville-based AristoMedia Group has been presented with the Country Music Association of Australia's first ever Lifetime Achievement Award. The award recognizes outstanding and sustained promotion of Country music, in particular encouragement and mentoring of Australian artists.
The award was presented to Walker by Dobe Newton, President of the CMAA, at an Australian event during the Australian Music Festival and Conference.
Walker has run AristoMedia Group for 34 yeas and has also won this year's CMA Jo Walker Meador International Award, which is given to someone whose efforts have had an impact in expanding Country music globally.
Walker has played a large part in Country music’s international reach, with honors including the CMA President’s Award, CCMA’s Leonard T. Rambeau International Support Award, Operation Troop Aid Certification of Appointment and being named an International Ambassador by International Country Music Day Organization.'
CMAA President Dobe Newton presenting Jeff Walker, AristoMedia Group CEO the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Country Music Association of Australia.
2014/09 9:59 AM
Big & Rich's Gravity Hits Stores Today
Big & Rich are hitting the airwaves this week to promote their newly released album "
Gravity" that contains 11 tracking including the current "Look at You." The album hits stores today (9/23).
Fans can hear and see them on several shows including Today Show (9/25), ABC News Now (9/25), Imus in the Morning 9/26) Huckabee (9/27 and 28) and NASCAR Radio (9/24), to name a few.
“Big & Rich have always marched to the beat of their own drum, but what is the most interesting part of that equation now is that the industry has kind of caught up with what they are doing. "Look At You" definitely echoes this... although in true Big & Rich style, there are more than a few surprises on the new album," says Billboard’sChuck Dauphin.
Read more here as Chuck describes the new album as out-of-the-box and worth the wait. In addition, Big & Rich grace the cover of this week’s issue of NASH Magazine, the bonus insert of Country Weekly. Read more here.
For more information on Gravity or the latest tour updates, visit bigandrich.com.
2014/09 8:55 AM
Fitz In For Another Round
KKWF, 100.7, The Wolf/Seattle's "Fitz In the Morning" has extended its contract with the stations and Entercom.
"We're thrilled to extend our partnership with Fitz on 100.7 The Wolf/Seattle," said Entercom/Seattle VP/Programming Dave Richards. "Each day the 'Fitz In the Morning' team creates one of the most entertaining and engaging shows in American Country radio and it's a pleasure to go forward into the future."
Cliff Blake, formerly Director/Northeast and Midwest Promotion for Republic Nashville, has joined Arista Nashville as Director/Regional Promotion. He will begin his new job October 1.
He succeeds Andy Elliott who was promoted to Director/National Promotion. This is a return to the Sony music Nashville family. He spent more than five years working for Colungbia Nashville in their promotion department. He also has 25 years in broadcasting.
"The sands of our business are constantly shifting, but with open eyes, you can learn a lot on every beach you walk," said Blake. "This is an incredible and timely opportunity to walk the journey with some of my best friends in the music business-- a rare and wonderful homecoming with colleagues at Arista, as well as at Columbia and RCA."
Jude Walker, morning co-host at KMDL, 97.3 The Dawg/Lafayette, LA has been promoted to Brand Manager. Walker has been with the station since 1997 and began doing mornings in 2008. He takes the place of Bruce Mikells who will continue in his position of OM/morning host.
Get in touch with Walker here or at 337-233-6000337-233-6000.
Boxer,midday host at WMZQ/Washington DC is leaving and going to sister station WCOL/Columbus on Monday, September 29. He will be doing afternoons live on WCOL. He was voicetracking the shift for the last five years.
He will also continue voice tracking Premium Choice for iHeartMedia's Country stations.
Boxer did mornings at WMZQ before going to middays when the Bobby Bones Show took over in March.
He has also worked at WNCI/Columbis, WWHT/Syracuse and WBOB and KEEY/Minneapolis. Get in touch with him here.
2014/09 10:16 AM
Lauren MacLeash OM for KMNB and KZJK
Lauren MacLeash is the new OM for CBS Radio's KMNB, Buz'n 102.9 and Adult Hits KZJK, Jack-FM Minneapolis. She will take her new position Friday, September 26.She takes over for Rob Morris who was named VP/Programming for CBS Radio/Tampa last July.
MacLeash is a programming vet wiht over 25 years experience as a PD. She has worked at WGFX/Nashville (Classic Rock), WAFX/Norfolk, Trip A WKOC/Virginia Beach, KTCZ, Cities 97 and KQQL/Minneapolis.
“I’m excited for Lauren to assume the role of OM for KMNB and KZJK," said CBS Radio/Minneapolis VP/Market Manager Mick Anselmo. "MacLeash comes with a highly regarded industry reputation as a team leader, brand builder (with sales savvy), and community advocate all threaded with a fierce competitive spirit. Her many years as on air personality and PD for Cities 97, and recent role as PD of KQQL, sets the stage well for her new role on Jack and Buz'n. Included in her past, was the 'Cities Sampler' that has raised millions for local charities. KZJK will be 'Jacked' and Nashville will be 'BUZN' with her addition to our talented staff."
“The Twin Cities CBS Radio team is amazing. I look forward to helping them build a legacy on this rock solid foundation,” said MacLeash. Get in touch with her here .
2014/09 9:29 AM
CRS Announces Keynote
CRS has announced that Todd Wagner is the keynote speaker for the Country Radio Seminar 2015. Wagner is an entrepreneur and philanthropist and will address the CRS attendees on Wednesday, February 25, 2015 at the Nashville Convention Center.
"We are thrilled that Todd has agreed to join us for a unique discussion," stated CRS Exec. Dir. Bill Mayne. "We've been looking for the right person to speak on 'entrepreneurial spirit' in the marketplace for several years. When you consider his body of work with success in innovation, entrepreneurship and philanthropy, Todd Wagner is the perfect person to share his perspective with our industry!"
Wagner is a full time entrepreneur in the Internet sector and went to work with Mark Cuban to launch Broadcast.com, which broadcasts live sporting events, corporate events and radio stations over the Internet. He is the CEO. Wagner took the company public is 1998, setting an opening day record with shares climbing 249%.
2014/09 8:34 AM
"Where It's At" Goes to #1 on Mediabase
Congrats to BBR Music Group EVP Jon Loba, SVP Carson James, VP/Promotion Lee Adams and the BBR promo staff as they take the #1 spot this week on the Mediabase Country singles chart with Dustin Lynch's "Where It's At."
This is Lynch's first #1 song and is the first release from his album "Where It's At."
2014/09 7:37 AM
Chili's Grill and Bar will donate 100% of the profits they make on Monday (9/22) to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
The "Donate Profits Day" is part of Chili's "More Hope Campaign" for St. Jude that they run every year. They have been running the event in September since 2004. At this point over $51 million for St. Jude.
2014/09 9:33 AM
Luke Brings Friends On Farm Tour 2014
Luke Bryan kicks off his "Farm Tour 2014" on October 1 in Knoxville, TN and will be bringing along several friends including Cole Swindell, The Peach Pickers, Chancie Neal and DJ Rock.
Tickets are available through his website and VIP experiences are also available.
A portion of the proceeds from the tour will go to a local college students as a scholarship. The student must come from a farming family within the communities along the route.
Andy Elliott New Director/National Promo at Arista Nashville
Andy Elliott, former Arista Nashville Manager/Regional Promotion has been promoted to Director/National Promotion. He will begin his new position on September 22.
“Andy has been an amazing part of the Arista family since he joined our team in 2011,” said VP/Promotion Lesly Tyson. “His 18 years as a PD, coupled with his innate leadership ability and respect in the radio and record communities, make him the perfect person to help lead Arista Nashville in the years to come. I am so proud to promote him to the role as one of our Co-National Dirs.”
He has been with the label since 2011. Prior to that we worked with New Revolution. He worked in radio at KHKI/KJJY/Des Moines for 18 years.
“What a thrill and an honor,” said Elliott. “I want to thank Lesly Tyson for her faith in me. I love working with this amazing team and our unmatched roster of artists.”
Angie Coonrod New Dir/NE Promo for Republic Nashville
Angie Coonrod, Executibe Asst. to President and BMLG EVP Jimmy Harnen is the new Director/Northeast Promotion. She takes the place of Cliff Blake who will be leaving at the end of the month.
Coonrod has spent more than 14 years in the Pharmaceutical industry. She has been with the label for three years and can be reached at 615-324-7904 or here.
2014/09 8:20 AM
"Big Stew" Sawyers New OM for Townsquare
"Big Stew" Sawyers is the new OM at Townsquare Media/Tyler-Longview, TX.
Sawyers will handle progrmaming for KNUE. He takes the place of Scott Gaines who left last year.
"I am excited to join the Townsquare Media family and a great cluster of radio station in East Texas," said Sawyers. "The people in and out of the station are great, and the products they put on the air are already top notch. The team they have assembled there is very talented and I am looking forward to working with each and every one of them. No chance of me becoming a Longhorn, however. Go Gators!"
Sawyers has worked at WWKA/Orlando, Univeristy of Florida's WRUF/Gainesville, FL and WBAM/Montgomery.
Jessica Reeves Joins Makiin' Music and Foremost Records
Jessica Reeves, Girlilla Marketing intern and recent MTSU graduate has joined Makin' Music and Foremost Records. She will be National Head/Promotion and Marketing. She takes the place of Zack Nachman who has left.
Justine Paige, formerly with WBZA, 98.9 The Buzz has joined sister station WBEE/Rochester for middays. This marks a return to the station. She previously did nights in 2012 for the station.
She replaces Jesse Jordan. Get in touch with her here
2014/09 10:12 AM
Lee Brice Dances To #1
Congrats to the entire promo team at Curb and Lee Brice as his "I Don't Dance" album is the #1 Country album debut this week. It also was ranked #5 on the all-genre ranker.
The album sold 38,000 copies last week according to Nielsen Soundscan.
2014/09 9:50 AM
Congrats to Ron Colman
Congrats to Ron Colman of iHeartMedia Country WNCO/Ashland, OH who celebrated his 30th year on the air yesterday hosting "Colman in the Morning."
He was attending an Oak Ridge Boys when the concert stopped to present a radio station 30 Year award to Colman.
He wrote on Facebook "… I want to express my heartfelt thanks to all of you for listening each morning over these last 30 years. And thanks to (Market Manager) Margie Tasseff, (Regional Director of Programming), Keith Kennedy, Ashland County Fair manager Steve Englet,Kathy Christian,Gene Davis and the rest of the radio station staff, my adorable redhead (who kept the secret) and the man who put it all together, Matt Appleby. It is a night I will never forget.”
Check out photos on the website here
2014/09 9:30 AM
RADAR Quarterly Report Released
Nielsen released the RADAR (Radio's All Dimension Audience Research)September 2014 report and it shows that the audience hearing a network radio commercial during an average week stayed consisten at 180.4 American's 12+. That translates to nearly 70% of Americans aged 12+ hear these spots.
In the top 25 DMAs network radio reached 93.8 million listeners almost 70 percent of the 12+ population in those markets.
To celebrate the name change of Clear Channel to iHeartMedia, New York's Empire State Building will change from "Clear Channel blue" to iHeartRadio red" today at 9 p.m. ET.
According to Bob Pittman the change reflects the company becoming a "one-of-a-kind multi-platform media company with unparalleled reach and support." He adds, "iHeartMedia was created by the strongest broadcast radio stations in the country, and we will continue to build this company the same way on the country's strongest radio stations."
Pittman also told the LA Times that the new name is "a recognition of who we really are today and the transformation this company has made. We have a company that's doing progressive stuff, and yet we're named after AM radio stations."
Clearchannel.com email addresses will still work but they will be redirected to @iHeartmedia.com addresses.
2014/09 8:23 AM
Eli Young Plays For First Nash Country Under The Stars
The first annual "Nash Country Under The Stars" concert was held last Saturday (9/13) for WRKN, Nash 92.3/New Orleans.
The event was attended by more than 6,000 listeners.
"What a great way for Nash-FM 92.3 to introduce itself to the Country music fans here in Southeast Louisiana!" stated NASH-FM 92.3 PD Ray Mariner. "Watching thousands of our listeners singing and dancing with Eli Young Band was amazing. I can't wait to announce our next big event!"
2014/09 5:18 AM
Kenny Hits 25th #1
Columbia Nashville's Norbert Nix, VP/Promotion, David Friedman and RJ Meacham as well as the entire promo team as Kenny Chesney's "American Kids" hits #1 this week on the Mediabase Country singles chart.
This is Kenny's 25th time at #1 of the chart. "Come Over" went to the top in August 2012.
2014/09 5:09 AM
Clear Channel Becomes iHeart Media
Clear Channel is the new iHeartMedia. The new name reflects "the company's company's success in becoming a one-of-a-kind multi-platform media company with unparalleled reach and impact."
The company includes a range of media businesses including 859 radio stations in over 150 markets, iHeartMedia Digital with 90 million digital monthly uniques, Premiere Networks syndicating 90 radio programs and services to more than 5600 radio affiliates, the total Traffic and Weather Network, 20,000 live music events (all generating interest on social media platforms) and related companies including Katz Media Group and Clear Channel Outdoor.
"iHeartMedia reflects our commitment to being the media company that provides the most entertainment to the most engaged audiences wherever they go, with more content and more events in more places on more devices," said Chairman/CEO Bob Pittman. "We have massive consumer reach and influence across our platforms because we know how to program the live content people want to hear, see and share right now, we are the largest mobile media company in existence -- more than 60% of our broadcast usage is out of home, compared to just 30% for other mobile devices -- and we deliver more live programming than any other media company today, built on the national and local on-air personalities who are the heart of our powerful broadcast radio franchises. Combined with Clear Channel Outdoor's reach of over half a billion people worldwide across 30 countries and five continents, it¹s clear that no other company can match our reach or broad spectrum of media platforms."
Effective today (9/16) CC Media Holdings Inc will become iHeart Media, Inc. The ticker symbol will change effective September 17. Clear Channel Media and Entertainment will become iHeartMedia. Other brands will retain their current names.
2014/09 10:54 AM
Justin Wittmayer Joins Cumulus/San Fran
Justin Wittmayer, former CC/Miami VP/Sales is now with Cumulus in San Francisco as VP/MM. He will oversee Country KSJO, Nash FM/San Jose. He replaces Steve Sklenar who left in June.
Wittmayer is from the San Francisco area and has worked in management at CC/San Francisco and San Jose as well as CBS/San Jose.
2014/09 9:49 AM
Gosselin Heads To San Antonio
Don Gosselin, former CC New Orleans OM and WNOE PD has joined CC's San Antonio cluster. He will now be PD of KAJA and Classic Contry KRPT. He takes the palce of Travis Moon who left to join St. Jude in April.
KAJA MD Bree Wagner is now APD/MD of both stations. Her first day is September 29.
Get in touch with Gosselin here and Wagner here.
2014/09 8:00 AM
Jonathan West Joins WWJO
Jonathan West, former KZPK/St. Cloud, MN Director/Imaging and afternoon personality has joined Townsquare's WWJO. He will be doing afternoons. He takes the place of Jen Jacobs who left last month to take a reporter position with CBS Radio WCCO-A/Minneapolis.
West has been with WZPK six months ago and has also worked at KCYE/Las Vegas and KUAD/Ft. Collins, CO.
KZPK PD JJ Holiday is looking for a replacement for West. Send your information here.
Top 40 WDCG/Raleigh afternoon personality Carson (left) has joined recently launched WPGB, Big 104.7/Pittsburgh. She will be doing middays.
JD Greene, PD reports that nights will now be voice-tracked by Brody, WFLZ/Tampa's (Top 40)night talent. Both are slated to start Monday (9/15).
2014/09 12:15 AM
Congrats KKBQ and KCYY
Congrats to KKBQ/Houston and KCYY/San Antonio as they were honored Major Market Station and Country Station of the Year at the NAB Marconi Radio Awards Dinner and Show in Indianapolis.
Get in touch with KKBQ PD Johnny Chianghere and KCYY PD Jeff Garrison here.
2014/09 12:28 PM
KXKW "Mustang"/Lafayette, LA Adds Simulcast
Delta Media's KXKW, Mustang/Lafayette, LA is now simulcasting on KOGM.
"Mustang's weakness has been the frequency," says OM/PD/morning host Erik Tobias. "At 87.7 FM, most new car and home radios cannot tune the station. Because of the popularity of the station and a steady rise of digital and streaming numbers, we decided to simulcast on 107.1 to better serve our fans and clients."
Five radio and record legends gathered in the MusicMaster suite at the NAB Fall Radio Show yesterday (9/10).
Seen here (l-r) Sean Ross (Ross On Radio), Steve Resnick (RAMP), Scott Shannon (CBS-FM/New York), Joe Knapp (MusicMaster) and Art Vuolo (Radio's Best Friend).
2014/09 11:20 AM
WODX/Rochester Flips To Country
Classic Hits WODX has gone country as of noon today (9/11). "Rochester's New Hit Country, 107.3 The Bull" is kicking off with 10,000 songs in a row. The Bobby Bones Show will be heard in mornings following the kick off and the calls may change to WNBL, pending approval.
Rich Lauber, Clear Channel RPM and WBBS/Syracuse OM/PD says a permanent PD has not been named.
Greg Lane, former KSKS/Fresno evening talent will be headed crosstown to KHGE, 102.7 The Wolf to do middays tomorrow (9/11). He will be replacing Billy Greenwood, Premium Choice talent. After 22 years Greenwood left in January when the station was acquired by Cumulus and "Nash Nights Live" was put on the air.
Mike Wilson, Director/National Promotion for Black River Entertainment has been promoted to VP/Promotion effective immediately. Bill Macky will remain as Sr. Director/National Promotion and Strategy.
"We relentlessly pursue excellence,” stated BRE CEO Gordon Kerr. “In doing so, we are continually identifying the strengths of our staff and providing them opportunities to grow, both individually and as a company.”
Wilson's career includes stops at RCA, Universal South and Streamsound. Get in touch here.
2014/09 9:04 AM
Tim Closson and Todd Alan Join Westwood One
Tim Closson and Todd Alan have joined Westwood One. The industry vets will be working in the affiliate sales team. Closson will be responsible for developing syndicated partnerships for WW1 offerings including Nash Nights Live, Kickin' It With Kix, Nash Icon, American Country Countdown and Country Countdown USA .
Closson's experience includes time with Time Warner Cable Media/Cincinnati and Chancellor Broadcasting where he was VP/Country Programming.
Alan most recently was with Focus 360. He did spend more than a decade with Westwood One and worked his way up to VP/Affiliate Sales and Programming and will now be working for the The Bob & Tom Show, Pop Crush Hosted By Billy Bush , Nights Live With Adam Bomb and Flashback , among others
2014/09 8:26 AM
30 Under 30 Named
Edison Research has put out their 2014 edition of "30 Under 30" list of those who they believe are the next young men and women “to represent the next generation of radio and audio.”
Country radio had two representatives namely "Taste of Country Nights" host Sam Alex and KSD/St. Louis afternoon co-host Remy.
Alex began his radio career in Chicago at WLIT when he was in high school. He has since been a morning show Producer and weekend personality at WMZQ/Washington. He has also owrked at AC WRRM/Cincinnati and Top 40 WBWB/Bloomington, IN.
2014/09 8:11 AM
Academy of Country Music Hosts 8th Annual ACM Honors
The Academy of Country Music hosted the "8th Annual ACM Honors" last night at the Ryman. The event recognizes special honorees and off-camera category winners from the "49th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards."
Performances included a song by Kacey Musgraves, Kelly Clarkson and Hillary Scott performing "Merry Go Round," "Tie It Up," and "Downtown" as a tribute to Songwriter of the Year Shane McAnally.
Hunter Hayes sang "I Wouldn't Have Missed It For the World" as a tribute to Ronnie Milsap. Milsap received the Career Achievement Awards. Toby Keith also shared that award.
Tony Joe White sang "Polk Salad Annie" and Brenda Lee gave the Cliffie Stone Pioneer Award to the family of the late Bob Beckham.
Other awards were given for the winners in the Industry Award and Studio Recording Award categories.
Both Dierks Bentley and Dwight Yoakum sang a tribute to Buck Owens as he was posthumously given the Poet's Award along with Jack Clement, Dean Dillon and Kirs Kristofferson.
The Oak Ridge Boys were on hand to sing "Elvira" and they dedicated it to Mae Boren Axton Award recipient Paul Moore.Carrie Underwood was given the Gene Weed Special Achievement Award and the Swon Brothers sang "See You Again" and "Wasted" in honor of her.
For a full list of winners go here www.ACMCountry.com.
2014/09 8:56 AM
Eric Church To Hold Benefit For Grammy Foundation
Eric Church will be holding a benefit concert for The Grammy Foundation on Wednesday, October 8 at the Orpheum Theater in Madison, WI. The concert "An Evening with Eric Church" will include a full band concert and no opening act.
The Grammy Foundation cultivates understanding, appreciation, and advancement of the contribution of recorded music to the culture in America. They try to instill this through various programs and activities that include the music industry and cultural community as well as the general public.
General admission tickets and a limited number of VIP tickets will be available. Tickets go on sale Friday, September 12 at 10 a.m. For more information go to ericchurch.com.
2014/09 8:53 AM
Lady A Takes #1 Again
Congrats again to UMG Nashville's SVP/Promo Royce Risser, Capitol Nashville VP/Promo Steve Hodges and the Capitol Nashville promo team for their #1 again with Lady A's "Bartender" on Mediabase Country Singles chart. This is their second week in a row at the top spot.
The single is the first release off their "747" album releasing September 30.
2014/09 8:42 AM
Nikki Montgomery Moves Up At Midwest
Midwest Communication/Wausau, WI promoted Nikki Montgomery from Asst. Brand Manager and Country WDEZ to Brand Manager of sister Rock WOZZ.
"Nikki has done a great job at WDEZ," said OM Derek Moran. "She is very deserving of her first Brand Manager position and will do a great job continuing Rock's recent success."
"I'm very excited for the opportunity to take on my first Brand Manager position!," said Montgomery. "I'm passionate about the Active Rock format and the Rock 94.7 brand. A big thank you to VP/Programming Jeff McCarthy, Market Manager Brett Lucht and Operations Manager Derek Moran for the chance to take Rock 94.7 to the next level."
2014/09 8:33 AM
Kenton "KT" Kelley Joins KQBR/Lubbock, TX
Radio vet Kenton "KT" Kelley has joined Townsquare's KQBR/Lubbock, TX. They have recently rebranded as "Lonestar 99.5."
Kelly will be the Director of Production and afternoon personality. He takes the place of Jerry Brownlow who has retired. In the afternoons Kelley will take the place of the syndicated "Radio Texas Live With Buddy Logan" which will still be heard on Saturday nights. His background includes working Top 40 and has worked for Clear Channel and Citadel.
Alpha Media Sports WUJM/Biloxi MS flipped to Country last Friday and is now known as "96.7 The Bull, Gulf Coast's New Hit Country. Future plans call for a call letter change to WGBL.
The station is promising 10,000 commercial free songs in a row and started with Kenny Chesney's "American Kids." Former afternoon personality on KUPL/Portland Mark (TicTak) Allen will be the new PD.
“Mark comes to us with a strong successful winning ratings history and amazing ability to discover and mentor talent,” said Alpha Media EVP/Programming Scott Mahalick.
TicTak's resume includes stops in Chicago, New York and Detroit.
“We are extremely excited to launch “The New 96.7 The Bull” on The Gulf Coast and add New Country to our cluster of great stations,” said Biloxi OM Kenny Vest. “I am thrilled to have TicTak as the station's new PD. His vision, passion, energy, creativity and knowledge of The Bull brand make him the perfect choice to lead our new station.”
2014/09 8:06 AM
Figueroa To Assume Exec Producer Role
Rumors are circulating that former WWKA/Orlando's morning personality Ashley Figueroa will take over as Executive Producer for "America's Morning Show" (AMS) hosted by Blair Garner. Figueroa will also be on-air with the show.
Ian Zak and Heather McBee were doing the Exec Producer duties. They left last week.
Figueroa has been acting as off-air support for AMS since she joined last March.
Today (9/8) is the first day doing afternoons for Drew Williams first day doing afternoons for Bryan's KNDE-HD4/College Station, TX. The station kicked off two weeks ago and is also heard via FM translator K274CM.
Williams' resume includes Top 40 WKMX/Dothan, AL.
2014/09 9:59 AM
Garth Emerges In Chicago
Garth staged his comeback concert last night to 20,000 fans at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, IL (Chicago). He played his familiar favorites including including “The Dance,” “Friends In Low Places,” “The River,” “Ain’t Going Down ‘Til The Sun Comes Up,” “Calling Baton Rouge,” as well as a few newer songs, including “Man Against Machine,” and his current single, “People Loving People.”
Trisha Yearwood was also on the bill and came out halfway trough the show for a duet of "In Another's Eyes" and "XXX's and OOO's (An American Girl)," "How Do I Live," "Wrong Side of Memphis," and her latest "Prizefighter.
Karyn Rochelle, singer/songwriter opened the show. She has written songs for Kellie Pickler including "I Wonder," "Don't You Know You're Beautiful," "Red High Heels" and Yearwood's "Georgia To," and "Cowboys Are My Weakness." Rochelle will be coming with her self-titled album September 2. It will be available on iTunes.
Photo: Bev Moser/Moment By Moser
2014/09 8:57 AM
Hollingsworth Goes to Nashville Chamber
Bradford Hollingsworth former Country Radio Broadcasters Director/Brand Marketing and Strategic Partnerships is now Director of Sponsorships for the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce.
He can be reached at /Blog/. His mailing address i 211 Commerce St., Suite 100, Nashville, TN 37201 and phone is 615-743-3114615-743-3114.
The merger between Journal and Scripps got some good news from the FTC this week. They were issued an early termination notice of the Hart-Scott-Rodino anti-trust review and were given the permission to move forward with the merger.
Both companies hope to merge. The print entities will go to Journal and broadcast to Scripps. They still have to pass FCC approval.
2014/09 8:46 AM
WEBL/WUMY-A/Memphis Looking For Talent
Mighty Media's WEBL and WUMY-AM/Memphis has openings for full and part time talent. To qualify for the full time position you must have five years experience and three years for the part time position. Part time help must be willing to work nights, weekends and holidays.