Congratulations to Jimmy Fallon, Hunter Hayes, Jana Kramer and Blake Shelton on their nominations for a Teen Choice Award and also Blake’s Emmy Award nomination for The Voice. Please see the list below for all WMN artists nominated and click here for a full list of Teen Choice Award nominees and here for Emmy Award nominees.
Jana Kramer’s new single “I Hope It Rains,” from her highly praised self-titled debut album is impacting radio now. While fans can already purchase the single at iTunes, the ACM New Female Vocalist of the Year, recently shot her new video for “I Hope It Rains” just outside of Nashville to be released next month. Kramer is currently on tour with Darius Rucker through June; joining Blake Shelton on the “Ten Times Crazier Tour” this July.
Nominees for the 48th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards were announced online this morning through the second-annual Digital Press Conference. Congrats to Warner Music Nashville artists on their ACM nominations! Hunter Hayes received six nominations, the second most nominated artist this year, including nominations for New Male Vocalist of the Year and Video of the Year for “Wanted.” He is also twice nominated in the Song of the Year category as the artist and composer, as well as in the Single Record of the Year category as the artist and producer for “Wanted.”
The Academy of Country Music and Great American Country (GAC) announced today the newcomer categories for New Artist of the Year Award, nominating Hunter Hayes as New Male Vocalist of the Year and Jana Kramer as New Female Vocalist of the Year!
Jana Kramer appeared on CBS Sunday night for the special event "Kaleidoscope on Ice" hosted by professional skater and cancer survivor, Scott Hamilton, to celebrate the strong men and women who have survived cancer. Jana performed her hit single "Why Ya Wanna" as accompaniment to Olympic skater Nancy Kerrigan performing a routine on the ice. The event raised awareness for the Kaleidoscope mission which aids 12 million+ cancer survivors by providing important inspiration and resources to help the recovering men and women along their difficult journey.
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