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WILLIAM MICHAEL MORGAN PERFORMS ON NBC’s TODAY SHOW

William Michael Morgan kicked off the new year with Hoda and Jenna on NBC’s TODAY, making his national TV debut on January 4 performing his No. 1 hit “I Met A Girl.” The poignant song, along with his newest single, “Missing,” are featured on his recently released critically acclaimed debut album VINYL.

Morgan’s debut effort lands him on many year-end best albums lists, including Rolling Stone, iTunes, Saving Country Music, and top song of the year nods for “I Met A Girl” from Billboard and NPR.

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BRETT ELDREDGE SCORES SIXTH CONSECUTIVE NO. 1 ON COUNTRY RADIO WITH “WANNA BE THAT SONG”

Brett Eldredge notches the last country radio No. 1 of the year with his sixth consecutive chart-topping single “Wanna Be That Song.” Boasting over 40 million streams, “Wanna Be That Song” follows smash hits “Lose My Mind” and “Drunk On Your Love” from his album Illinois.

“Getting to be ‘that song’ for my fans just makes this so much sweeter, better than any number one I’ve ever had,” said Eldredge. “This is the song I’ve wanted to release for a long time so thank you to my team, my fans, country radio – and Merry Christmas!”

The Platinum-selling recording artist is also making waves with his

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BRANDY CLARK’S TRIUMPHANT 2016

Clark wraps a highly successful 2016 with a performance at A Tribute To The Music Of Linda Ronstadt; releases unique “Love Can Go To Hell” rendition with YouTube sensation Sam Tsui. Clark also appears on 10+ “Best of 2016” lists including NPR, American Songwriter, Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly, Stereogum and more!

Earning such bold titles from critics as “country music’s most reliable character witness” (The Washington Post), “one of country’s driving forces” (TIME) and “the best songwriter in Nashville” (Garden & Gun), country singer Brandy Clark is wrapping what is arguably the

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HIGH VALLEY TO APPEAR ON CBS THIS MORNING – TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20

Atlantic Records / Warner Music Nashville duo HIGH VALLEY will appear on CBS This Morning on Tuesday, December 20 in a special segment taped at home in middle Tennessee. CBS correspondent Jan Crawford sits down with the sibling duo – brothers Brad and Curtis Rempel – visiting the restored farmhouse where they wrote music for their just-released album Dear Life and sharing the inspiring story of finding success by remaining true to yourself.

The duo continues to catch the attention of critics, being named an “Artist To Watch” by Rolling Stone Country, Taste of Country, CMT, Spotify, and

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COLE SWINDELL WRAPS UP MEMORABLE MILESTONE YEAR

Platinum-selling recording artist Cole Swindell prepares to wrap not only his third annual sold-out headlining Down Home Tour (CMT ON TOUR Presents the COLE SWINDELL DOWN HOME TOUR) this weekend, but he wraps a memorable milestone year which includes notching his record-breaking sixth consecutive No. 1 single (“Middle of a Memory”), being named the NSAI Songwriter/Artist of the Year and celebrating the biggest song of his career thus far with the title track of his sophomore album released in May, “You Should Be Here.”

“You Should Be Here,” considered a career-defining song for Swindell,

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