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6X GRAMMY NOMINEE BRANDY CLARK ON "CBS THIS MORNING" SATURDAY, FEB. 11

Six-time GRAMMY nominee and CMA Award winning country artist Brandy Clark will kick-off GRAMMY week with an intimate and unfiltered interview from a studio in Los Angeles with Don Dahler this Saturday, Feb. 11 on "CBS This Morning." Catch the teaser here.

“Watching the GRAMMY Awards as a child, I would dream of playing my guitar with the ease of those taking to its stage," shares Clark.

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BRETT ELDREDGE ANNOUNCES BRAND NEW SINGLE “SOMETHIN’ I’M GOOD AT”

The countdown to new music from Brett Eldredge is on! The hit singer/songwriter announced his upcoming single “Somethin’ I’m Good At” this morning while co-hosting TODAY with Al Roker and Sheinelle Jones.

“There’s never been a song that fits my personality more than this one,” said Eldredge. “This song is literally me in three minutes. It is my personality, it is my life, it is the imperfections that, if you embrace them and love them, you’re going to find something you’re good at.”

The Platinum-selling recording artist co-wrote the song alongside Tom Douglas, with whom he also teamed up to

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BRANDY CLARK AND CHARLIE WORSHAM UNITE FOR 20+ CITY TOUR

Two of Nashville’s “best-kept secret(s)” (Billboard/Taste of Country) are getting together for a noteworthy tour promising an incredible night of music and immense talent. Warner Bros. Record’s labelmates Brandy Clark and Charlie Worsham will come together on more than 20 tour dates this spring.

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WARNER MUSIC NASHVILLE HONORS RANDY TRAVIS AT "HEROES AND FRIENDS" TRIBUTE

Photo ID (L to R): Randy Travis; Justin Luffman (VP Brand Management, WMN); Peter Strickland (Chief Marketing Officer, WMN); Mary Travis; Cris Lacy (VP A&R, WMN)

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A Heroes & Friends Tribute to Randy Travis

Warner Bros. / Warner Music Nashville honored country music legend Randy Travis yesterday evening during his “Heroes and Friends” tribute at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, TN, presenting him with a life-size plaque commemorating over 25 million records sold, 16 No.

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