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.
Ashley Monroe released her new album 'Like A Rose' last week to killer reviews, and it even reached a high of #6 on the iTunes Top Albums Chart! Check out a few of the reviews below and make sure to head to iTunes to grab the album right now.
"…one of the best traditional country albums in quite some time." - Billboard.com
"This should be a big year for Monroe… she sings like she’s already lived at least two of her lifetimes." - Washington Post
Hunter recently sat down to talk music and performing with SweetBeatTV after an exciting appearance on The Tonight Show.
Hunter talks about what it's like performing for 45,000 people, and explains the most rewarding part of playing his songs live. Check out the video above or click HERE to watch it on the Sweety High Website.
In an interview with CMT Hot 20 Countdown, Sheryl Crow discusses the country music influences that shaped her upcoming album. The new album will be Sheryl's first full country album. Sheryl recently premiered "Easy," the single from the upcoming record, on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Nine-time Grammy award-winning artist and singer-songwriter Sheryl Crow made her debut performance of "Easy," the first single from her forthcoming Warner Music Nashville debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live! recently on ABC. This album marks the first new music from Crow in over two years and her debut on Warner Bros. Records.
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.
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.