Multiple GRAMMY-nominee Hunter Hayes and ConAgra Foods have teamed up to end child hunger while attempting to break the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS® record for the Most Concerts Played in multiple cities in a 24-hour period. Hunter will kick off the "Hunter Hayes’ 24 Hour Road Race to End Child Hunger", brought to you in part by ConAgra Foods’ Child Hunger Ends Here program, Friday, May 9 on Good Morning America in New York City.
Atlantic Records’ recording artist Brett Eldredge lands his first No. 1 as his current single, “Don’t Ya,” slides into the top spot on the Mediabase / Country Aircheck chart and continues its reign at the peak of Billboard’s Country Airplay chart for the second week running. This news comes on the heels of the release of his debut album, Bring You Back, which premiered at No. 1 on iTunes’ Country Albums chart on August 6.
Current President and CEO of Warner Music Nashville, John Esposito, has just joined FLO as a senior advisor. He joins music and media business vets Joe Galante, John Grady, Randy Wachtler, Ed Hardy among a host of others at the strategic group headquartered in Nashville, Tenn.
Warner Music Nashville will host the final three installments of the 2013 Pickin’ On The Patio events through October. The upcoming featured artists include Switchfoot on August 29th, Dean Alexander on September 19th and Dan + Shay on October 24th. Doors open at 5pm and the show starts at 5:30 and is hosted on the WMN patio. Thanks to sponsors Aramark, Bud Light, Ajax Turner, Spring Mill Bourbon, Zumi Sushi Japanese Kitchen, Pizza Perfect and Kay Bob’s Grill & Ale.
Multiple GRAMMY nominated country star Hunter Hayes is celebrating his third consecutive No.1 hit single off his platinum-selling debut album with “I Want Crazy” racing to the top of the Country Aircheck Mediabase chart this week. This comes on the heels of the hit single and his Atlantic Records’ self-titled debut album (ENCORE) both being certified platinum by the RIAA in the same week.
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.