Just two weeks until Lady A’s new album Golden is out. GOLDEN is now available for an iTunes pre-order! And when you get your pre-order you automatically get an instant download of a brand new song. Watch the Webisode Wednesday for “Goodbye Town” and SHARE!
Behind the scenes video from Hudson Moore’s “Doin’ Just Fine.”
A toast was made in Las Vegas at the stroke of midnight Sunday night to celebrate award-winning singer/songwriter Lee Brice’s new #1 single, “I Drive Your Truck”. The poignant ballad joins his previous 2 number one songs as singles that also happened to peak the same week as major country award shows….Read more here: http://www.lovin-lyrics.com/2013/04/curb-records-celebrates-at-academy-of.html?spref=tw
Saturday April 13th Tay Barton will be participating in the Ronald McDonald House charity, Calls for Kids Telecast. The phone numbers for the Telecast Phone Bank are 615/322-7900for the Nashville area and 866/766-9933toll-free outside the Nashville area.Tay’s schedule is 8:30-10pm.
The House is hosting the event, which will highlight RMHC of Nashville families and community organizations that support the charity.
According to a news release issued by RMHC of Nashville, the Telecast will be broadcast live from 7 to 10 p.m. on WKRN, Nashville’s News 2. It will also be streamed live on the WKRN website. The Telecast will be hosted by Nashville’s News 2 personalities Neil Orne, Lisa Patton, Samantha Fisher and Justin Bruce.
Proceeds from the Telecast support the 32-bedroom Ronald McDonald House and the Ronald McDonald Family Room, located on the fifth floor of the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt, the release said. The funds make it possible for RMHC of Nashville to serve all families, regardless of their ability to pay anything to stay, the release said.
“Our annual ‘Calls for Kids’ Telecast aims to raise funds and include the Greater Nashville community in the experience of the programs of RMHC of Nashville,” Elizabeth Piercy, RMHC of Nashville executive director, stated in the release. “This year, we hope to gain more recognition and attention through the touching stories of all our families.”
During the Telecast, local celebrities, community leaders and volunteers field phone calls from donors. Contributions can be made during the event by calling 615-322-7900 or 866-766-9933 or online at www.rmhcnashville.com.
Check out more photos from Hudson Moore’s show at BMI here in Nashville.