Congrats to Dwight for his nomination for Artist of the Year in the 2013 Americana Honors and Awards!
The Americana Honors & Awards, presented by Nissan, returns to the historic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN on September 18, 2013 (as part of the Americana Music Festival - September 18-22, 2013 at venues throughout Nashville).
CLICK HERE for more information and complete list of nominees.
Nine-time GRAMMY Award winner Sheryl Crow’s new hit single “Easy,” which is currently Top 30 and climbing, is available everywhere today at SherylCrow.com. The music video for “Easy,” which was featured this weekend as part of CMT’s Sheryl Crow “Easy” Weekend, co-stars Jason Lewis who played Jerry ‘Smith’ Jerrod on HBO’s mega-hit show Sex and the City. Click here to watch the duo’s on-screen chemistry.
"The goal of starting a high school record label and building a professional recording studio within one year was incredibly ambitious, but, here we are," says Scott Hendricks, Sr. VP of A&R at Warner Music Nashville and GRAMMY, CMA and ACM award-winning producer. "This is truly a testament to a large team of people from all across Nashville who gave above and beyond to see this vision become a reality. These students and the ones to follow now have the tools to hone their craft and pursue their musical dreams. Nashville should be proud."
Warner Music Nashville will be hosting this summer’s first Pickin’ On The Patio party on Thursday, May 23, featuring special guest The Railers. Thanks to sponsors Budweiser, Aramark and more, the food and drinks will be flowing as The Railers perform. Doors open at 5:00pm and show starts at 5:30pm. Pickin’ On The Patio will be held the fourth Thursday of every month, from May through September, on the WMN Patio. Mark your calendars for the next one on June 27th.
Stay tuned for more information and artist announcements!
Set your DVRs now and mark your calendars! Hunter will be performing on The TODAY Show's 2013 Summer Concert Series on June 21. Check your local listings for airtime.
Be sure to tweet about the performance using the hashtag #HunterTODAY!
Want to go to Hunter's TODAY show performance? The TODAY show concerts are FREE and open to the general public. Access to the concerts is available on a first-come, first-served basis outside of the TODAY show’s Window on the World Studio at 49th Street and Rockefeller Center in New York City. Fans should arrive by 6 a.m. for best viewing.
Mother’s Day is this Sunday, May 12th, so we asked our artists what their top five gift recommendations are for Mom this year. Check out the answers below to see how they would celebrate the day with their own moms. Happy Mother’s Day from Warner Music Nashville!
Atlantic Records’ powerhouse vocalist Brett Eldredge will release his eagerly-awaited debut album August 6. The album will include his current Top 25 hit single, “Don’t Ya,” and his debut single “Raymond.” In addition, Eldredge performed before a packed stadium this past Saturday at Detroit’s Ford Field when he opened for Taylor Swift on “The RED Tour.”
Join Hunter during CMA Fest in Nashville as he hosts a listening party for his forthcoming release, Hunter Hayes [ENCORE]. Hunter will be playing all new music from the album, speaking about his inspiration behind the new songs, and performing several songs with a surprise special guest!
Warner Music Nashville (WMN) has been nominated for two Academies of Nashville Awards, a program created by the Nashville Chamber of Commerce celebrating the outstanding teachers, administrators, schools, programs and business partnerships that are making a difference in Metro Nashville Public Schools. WMN has been nominated in the categories of Academy Partnership of the Year, Arts, Media and Communications Partnership Council and Externship Project of the Year, for its work with the Academy of Entertainment Management at Pearl-Cohn High School.
Warner Music Nashville was created in 2009 to expand the presence of WMG and its family of labels in Nashville. The division is home to Atlantic Records, Warner Bros. Records, Elektra Nashville and Word Entertainment.