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.
FEATURING THREE-DAY LIVE MUSIC RESIDENCY AT AVENUE IN DOWNTOWN NASHVILLE
THE WARNER SOUND CMA MUSIC FEST CELEBRATION TO INCLUDE DAYTIME EVENTS AND EVENING SHOWCASES WITH APPEARANCES BY JANA KRAMER, HUNTER HAYES, GLORIANA, FRANKIE BALLARD, CLEDUS T. JUDD, CHARLIE WORSHAM AND THE CMT AWARDS FAN AFTER PARTY
Jana Kramer releases new song, “Good Time Comin’ On,” exclusively to iTunes today off her self- titled debut album. “Good Time Comin’ On” will also be available on her forthcoming album from Elektra Records on June 5, 2012.
C. F. Martin & Co. is thrilled to welcome the multitalented artist, songwriter, producer and performer Hunter Hayes as the company’s newest brand ambassador! A 2012 ACM New Artist of the Year nominee, the Louisiana-born multi-instrumentalist has been impressing fans with his guitar prowess since receiving his first guitar from Robert Duvall at age six.
Country music trio Gloriana will release their much anticipated second studio album A Thousand Miles Left Behind on Emblem Music Group/Warner Bros. Records July 31st. The band had a hand in writing all 11 tracks on the album and worked with GRAMMY Award winning producer and Emblem Music Group label owner Matt Serletic (Willie Nelson, Matchbox 20, and Aerosmith). Their single “(Kissed You) Good Night” is currently #15 on the Billboard Country Singles chart and # has become the fastest rising single of the trio’s career.
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.