• Kacey Musgraves A Very Kacey Christmas
  • Eric Paslay Angels In This Town
  • Brothers Osborne 21 Summer
  • Luke Bryan Move
  • Lauren Alaina Road Less Traveled
  • Little Big Town Better Man
  • Josh Turner Hometown Girl
  • Chris Stapleton Parachute
  • George Strait Goin', Goin', Gone
  • Jon Pardi Dirt On My Boots
  • David Nail Good At Tonight



Shania Twain will receive the 2016 Women in Music ‘Icon’ award, which celebrates an artist whose historic contributions to the music industry establish them among the highest class of performers. It will take place during Billboard’s 11th annual Women in Music event, held December 9th in New York City and airing nationally on Lifetime on December 12th.

“Shania Twain is a groundbreaking artist whose successful country-pop crossover blazed the trail for a new generation of country stars like Taylor Swift, Billboard’s 2014 Woman of the Year, and Carrie Underwood,” said Janice Min, president and chief creative officer of The Hollywood Reporter-Billboard Media Group. “She’s fearless in her career, following her own path and pushing the boundaries of the country music genre as she creates music that has proven to be timeless. She is revered in the industry and we are honored to present the Icon award to her.”


Over the course of her almost three-decade career, Twain has earned four No. 1 albums on Top Country Albums, with 2002’s Up! also topping the Billboard 200. Her smash hit album Come On Over is the No. 1 country album of all time, and the second best-selling album overall since Nielsen Music began tracking sales in 1991 — it’s moved a staggering 15.7 million units in the U.S. Come On Over also holds the record for the most weeks at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart at 50 weeks. During her 2012-2014 residency at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Twain performed her catalog of immortal classics such as “You’re Still the One,” “That Don’t Impress Me Much,” “Any Man of Mine” and “Man! I Feel Like a Woman!” to rave reviews. When the five-time Grammy winner returned to touring after 11 years with the 2015 Rock This Country Tour, she grossed more than $65 million.

The 11th annual Women in Music event is held December 9th in New York City and airs nationally on Lifetime on December 12th. The star-studded event is held in conjunction with the publication of Billboard’s Women in Music list, which identifies the 50 most powerful female executives in the industry each year.


Dierks Bentley and Elle King who recently hit No. 1 on the country charts with “Different for Girls,” were featured on CBS’s Something in Common series which brings together two voices that cross musical genres. The pair took the cameras along for the ride to the Grand Ole Opry where they sat down to talk collaborations, music and their friendship. Check it out below.

Video / CBS Something in Common with Dierks & Elle


Eric Church is deep in planning and rehearsals for his Holdin’ My Own Tour that kicks-off in January, however until fans get their fix in-person, Eric Church is answering their demand with a new release, Mr. Misunderstood On the Rocks Live & (Mostly) Unplugged. The collection features seven songs, six from Mr. Misunderstood, recorded at the Red Rocks Amphitheater is Morrison, Colo. Church commemorates the surprise release of Mr. Misunderstoodon its one-year anniversarywhen he dropped it unannounced during the 49th CMA Awards after sending over 80,000 copies directly to his fans— with the release of the live album that features incredible raw versions of songs that insist “music is fuel for love, for anguish and, naturally, for other music” (New York Times).

True to his fans-first approach, Church invited those at home to partake in his two-night concert as he broadcast not only part of his show, but also his announcement of his 60+ city 2017 Holdin’ My Own Tour from Facebook Live. Mr. Misunderstood On the Rocks Live, Church’s first live album since 2013’s Caught in the Act: Live, captures this special collection of performances including a Red Rocks Medley of “Mistress Named Music” and a cover of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah,” in which Rolling Stone said Church “delivered his soul-bearing rendition in tender, fragile style, quietly picking a hollow-bodied electric guitar and singing softly, as if he were alone in a giant natural cathedral.”

The release of the Red Rocks album where Church’s “songs posit music as a magical sun shower to bathe in blissfully,” [New York Times] comes as the seven-time GRAMMY nominee celebrates his second single off Mr. Misunderstood, “Record Year” hitting the top of the charts. Fans can enjoy the live recording of the three-time CMA Awards and five-time ACM Awards Winner’s recently-released, pertinent current single, “Kill a Word” that “unpacks a mighty image” [AXS] on On the Rocks Live available at Walmart retailers country-wide Nov. 4.

Mr. Misunderstood On the Rocks Live & (Mostly) Unplugged:

1. Mistress Named Music – Red Rocks Medley”
Eric Church – Vocals, Acoustic guitar
Driver Williams – Electric guitar
Jeff Cease – 12 String guitar
Jeff Hyde – Acoustic guitar
Lee Hendricks – Bass guitar
Craig Wright – Drums
Joanna Cotten – background vocals

2. “Chattanooga Lucy”
Eric Church – Acoustic Guitar, Vocals
Jeff Hyde – Acoustic Guitar
Jeff Cease – 12 String acoustic
Lee Hendricks – Bass
Driver Williams – Electric guitar
Craig Wright – Drums
Joanna Cotten – Back-up vocals, tambourine

3. “Mixed Drinks About Feelings”
Eric Church – Acoustic Guitar, vocals
Jeff Cease – Piano
Joanna Cotten – Backup vocals

4. “Knives of New Orleans”
Eric Church – Acoustic Guitar, vocals

5. “Kill a Word”
Eric Church – Acoustic guitar, vocals
Jeff Hyde – Acoustic guitar
Jeff Cease – Dobro
Craig Wright – Drums
Driver Williams – Electric Guitar
Lee Hendricks – Bass
Joanna Cotten – Backup vocals

6. “Record Year”
Eric Church – Acoustic guitar, vocals
Jeff Cease – Electric Guitar
Lee Hendricks – Piano

7. “Hallelujah”
Eric Church – Electric guitar, vocals

Order the Mr. Misunderstood On the Rocks Live & Mostly Unpluggedhere.

Church will set out on his two-set, three-hour-show Holdin’ My Own Tour Sans-opener Jan. 13, 2017 in Lincoln, Neb. and will wrap in May with a two-night stint in Nashville, Tenn.


Current four-time CMA nominee Dierks Bentley along with collaborator and friend Elle King will be featured tomorrow morning on CBS This Morning (10/26 on CBS at 8:00A ET)  for the program’s stylized “Something In Common” feature. The two discuss their different musical endeavors while learning new truths about each other as the episode offers an inside look of Bentley and King celebrating the No. One smash “Different For Girls” in Nashville, before performing the CMA nominated hit at the Grand Ole Opry where King also makes her debut.
Known for “traveling his own path…Country music’s most relatable star” (Esquire) shows his depth and diversity as an artist with four CMA nominations in the Male Vocalist of the Year, Album of The Year, Vocal Event of the Year and Video of the Yearcategories. “The  bluegrass  picker,  the  love  song  singer  and  the stadium rocker all packaged together” (Associated Press)has been a Grand Ole Opry member for over a decade and will wrap with the final run of his 2016 SOMEWHERE ON A BEACH TOUR this weekend (10/27 Champaign, IL, 10/28 in Lexington, KY, 10/29 Roanoke, VA). Recently announced Bentley will embark on his 2017 WHAT THE HELL WORLD TOUR launching Jan. 19 in Dayton, OH, with Cole Swindell and Jon Pardi. For more information and a full list of tour dates, visit www.dierks.com.


George Strait, Alan Jackson and Vince Gill are among the former CMA Entertainer of the Year winners set to perform on next week’s CMA Awards. Alabama, Brooks & Dunn, Charley Pride and Reba will also perform during the show.

This illustrious group of performers is among the most lauded artists in CMA Awards history with a combined 375 nominations and 94 wins, including 14 for the CMA Awards’ top honor: Entertainer of the Year. As if that weren’t enough, Brooks & Dunn, Gill, Pride and Reba have all hosted Country Music’s Biggest Night™.

“These superstars have been an important part of our legacy and have contributed so much to our current success,” said Sarah Trahern, CMA Chief Executive Officer. “We are delighted they are going to be part of this important milestone anniversary.”

Each of the artists also participated in “Forever Country,” a tribute to the CMA Awards which featured 30 CMA Award winning acts appearing in a medley of Country classics including John Denver’s “Take Me Home, Country Roads,” Willie Nelson’s “On the Road Again,” and Dolly Parton’s “I Will Always Love You.” The song and music video have been toppings sales and airplay charts around the globe.

Another Hall of Fame member, Vince holds the record for hosting the CMA Awards with 12 turns at the podium (1992-2003). He has 53 CMA Awards nominations and 18 wins including five consecutive trophies for Male Vocalist (1991-1995) and two wins for Entertainer of the Year (1993, 1994).

Alan has 81 CMA Awards nominations and 16 wins including two for Male Vocalist (2002, 2003) and three for Entertainer of the Year (1995, 2002, 2003).

George Strait is also a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame and is the most awarded artist in CMA Awards history with 83 nominations and 23 wins including five for Male Vocalist (1985,1986, 1996-1998) and three for Entertainer of the Year (1989, 1990, 2013).

Previously announced performers include Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan, Little Big Town, Eric Church, Kacey Musgraves, Keith Urban, Garth Brooks with Trisha Yearwood, Kelsea Ballerini, Florida Georgia Line, Miranda Lambert, Tim McGraw, Maren Morris, Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood.

The 50th Annual CMA Awards will be broadcast live from Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena Wednesday, November 2nd (8:00-11:00 PM/ET) on ABC.


Halloween is Monday, and the holiday has some of your favorite country stars getting into costumes and recalling memories of Halloweens past.

Audio / Billy Currington reminisces about his childhood Halloween memories.


Billy Currington (Halloween) OC: …Halloween. :17
“You know, when I was a kid, I loved the trick and the treat. I loved dressing up. I was always wanting to be Dracula. That was my favorite guy. But, of course, who doesn’t love going door-to-door and getting these buckets of candy? [laughs] So, love, love Halloween.”

Audio / Brothers Osborne’s TJ and John Osborne talk about dressing up like zombies for Halloween.


Brothers Osborne (zombie costume) OC: (John) …was so fun! :29
TJ: “Literally, you can dress up like a zombie and drag your foot behind you all day and make weird noises, and everyone finds that completely acceptable.” [laughs] JOHN: “One year I dressed up as a ‘90s redneck zombie with a mullet wig and an Alan Jackson denim coat. I never once broke character. That’s part of the thing — you can actually not break character and get away with it. And everywhere I went, even when I ordered a drink, I ordered it like a zombie that was falling apart. [laughs] It was so fun!”

Audio / Brothers Osborne (Halloween candy) OC: (John) …go stale. [laughs] :34


TJ: “I would say, Snickers, Baby Ruth, Kit Kat and Reese’s too.” JOHN: “I always hated those houses that would give you bad candy, though. You’re like, ‘C’mon. Step it up.’ Spend the extra dollar on a bag, you know?” TJ: “A house when we were growing up used to give out whole candy bars. It was the best. You were like, ‘That house – that’s the honey hole of candy.’” JOHN: “I love it, and I love like at the end, like three or four days after Halloween you would see what candy was left, and it was always like those crappy cheap candies, and they would just go stale.” [laughs]

Audio / Brothers Osborne’s John Osborne talks about carving pumpkins with their dad when they were growing up.


Brothers Osborne (carving pumpkins) OC: …or something. :25
“With our dad every year, we would go looking for pumpkins, and we would all get our own pumpkin to carve, and he would buy the biggest pumpkin that they had. It was huge. I mean, it was way too big for any one person, but he would love carving. He’s kind of an artsy guy. He was a great drawer and stuff, and he would carve the most terrifying, vicious looking, scary pumpkin you’d ever seen in your life, and it would be massive. It would be like on a 50-pound pumpkin or something.”

Audio / Canaan Smith says his Halloweens of today have changed dramatically since he was a child.


Canaan Smith (Halloween) OC: …cornfields. :37
“I grew up in a Christian family. We went to a private Christian school for a while, so they didn’t allow us to celebrate Halloween like I do now. We did what was called a Hallelujah Party instead, and you still dress up and still get all the candy, but  you go to the high school gym. You play games, you just do, like cornhole and the dunking booth and all kinds of stuff and win prizes, but it was nothing ever scary. I think they had like rules about what outfits you could and couldn’t wear. But now I just love freaking myself out and going to, I love going to haunted houses and haunted cornfields.”

Audio / Darius Rucker loves Halloween, especially because it’s his kids’ favorite holiday.


Darius (Halloween) OC: …I’m into. :06
“Halloween’s big for me, because the kids love it. It’s my kids’ favorite holiday, so anything they’re into, I’m into.”

Audio / David Nail talks about his favorite part of Halloween.


David Nail (favorite part of Halloween) OC: …it better. :14

“My favorite thing about Halloween was just the excitement about picking out your costume and talking to your friends and fighting over if you’re going to be this or if they stole the idea from you and if you can do the idea better.”

Audio / Dierks Bentley talks about the Halloweens of his childhood.


Dierks Bentley (Halloween) OC: … …around home. [laughs]  :23
“Oh, when I was a kid, I was all into fireworks. Growing up in Arizona, we couldn’t get ’em, so we’d have ’em shipped in illegally. I still remember the name of the guy we’d call. His name was Joe, and he’d bring in, ship ’em in a package with no writing on ’em. We were all about M-80s in the mailboxes and bottle rocket wars. To me, as a kid, Halloween was fireworks, was blowing up stuff around home. [laughs]”

Audio / Easton Corbin says one of his favorite costumes as a kid was made by his grandmother.


Easton Corbin (Halloween) OC: …pretty warm. :26

“My grandma made a werewolf outfit for me, and I wore that one year. She got this fake hair and glued it to sweatpants and a sweatshirt. That was a hot outfit. I mean, it got pretty warm.”

Audio / Eric Church recalls his favorite Halloween costume.


Eric Church (Halloween) OC: …Franklin Street. 1:18
“My favorite Halloween costume really came, I remember when I got a little older my first year of college, there’s this thing they do every year in Chapel Hill, North Carolina – Halloween on Franklin Street. We drove down from Boone, North Carolina. I had a bunch of friends that went to University of North Carolina, and we didn’t have costumes and didn’t realize until we were on the way that we had to have costumes. So, we stopped at a costume place in Greensboro, North Carolina. It’s Halloween, so there’s a run on everything and couldn’t find anything. And we end up getting sent around, driving  around town. We end up finding this hole in the wall place, but they had the full costume, Sesame Street outfits. The real deal. The real ones [with] feathers and fur. We were Elmo, Cookie Monster and I was Big Bird, and the Big Bird was the actual Big Bird. It’s about 7-foot-4, and yiou looked out of the body and then you had these straps that went on since the head was a lot higher. There’s a lot of beer involved in Franklin Street, so we get down there and as the night went on, my straps broke, so the head would pivot. And so, I would be walking one way and the head would be facing the other, and it just became this funny…I didn’t know the head was on backwards. I had no idea. I see out of the body, so I’m just kinda walking around and people were talking to my ass-end. [laughs] The whole time peiople’d come up and start talking and go, ‘Hey, turn around.’ And I’d turn around, and they’d go, ‘No turn around.’ It was a mess. That year, there was no other Big Bird on Franklin Street.”

Audio / Jon Pardi talks about his favorite Halloween costumes as a child.


Jon Pardi (Halloween) 1 OC: …the Superman. :15
“Man, I went through phases of costumes – the Superman costume, then it was a ninja, then I was a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle one year. I remember rockin’ the Superman.”

Audio / Lady Antebellum’s Charles Kelley reveals one costume he’s always wanted to wear on Halloween.


Lady A (Charles costume) OC: …an apple. :19
CHARLES: “I want to be a banana. I think there’s something so funny and understated about a banana, especially when you’re 6’6” and like your little head’s popping through and you’re a banana.” DAVE: “Do they make ‘em your size?” CHARLES: “I’ve been known to sew a thing or two.” HILLARY: “That’s really random.” CHARLES: “I know. I’ve always wanted to dress up like something, just kind of funny like a banana or an apple.”

Audio / Lady Antebellum’s Dave Haywood recalls one of his most embarrassing Halloween costumes.


Lady A (Dave Haywood costume memory) OC: …50 feet. :20
“I was a die (1/2 of a pair of dice) for Halloween. I had a big cardboard box that I had painted white and had the polka dots and stuff. And I remember I was walking up this hill to go to this hill and literally fell back down the entire hill [laughter], rolling in this giant cardboard box that I couldn’t do anything about, because I rolled down about 50-feet.” 

Audio / Luke Bryan says you can tell a lot about your neighbors from what kind of Halloween candy they hand out.


Luke Bryan (Halloween) OC: …your teeth. :21
“You can find out a lot about your neighbors by what kind of candy they put out. So, well, like full bars of Snickers bars, that’s what, and Reese’s cups, [but] the old chocolate popcorn ball of stuff, that’s no good either, like Dots – you get Dots one time of year and they pull your teeth.”


Audio / LINER Billy Currington (Trick or Treat, baby)


“Trick or Treat, baby.” [laughs]

Audio / LINER Brothers Osborne (Halloween)


“Hey! This is TJ, and I’m John, and we are Brothers Osborne. Happy Halloween.”

Audio / LINER Canaan Smith (Halloween)


“Hey! What’s up guys? I’m Canaan Smith. Happy Halloween.”


Audio / LINER Clare Dunn (Halloween)


“Hey! This is Clare Dunn, wishing you a very Happy Halloween.”


Audio / LINER Darius Rucker (Halloween)


“Hey! What’s up, y’all? This is Darius Rucker, wishing you a very Happy Halloween.”

Audio / LINER David Nail (Halloween)


“Hey guys! It’s David Nail. Happy Halloween!”

Audio / LINER Dierks Bentley (Halloween)


“Hey! It’s Dierks Bentley, wishing you a Happy Halloween.”

Audio / LINER Eric Church (Halloween)


“Hey! This is Eric Church, wishing you a very Happy Halloween.”

Audio / LINER Eric Paslay (Halloween)


“Hey! This is Eric Paslay, wishing you a very Happy Halloween.”

Audio / LINER Kacey Musgraves (Halloween)


“Hey! It’s Kacey Musgraves, and I hope you have a Happy Halloween.”


Audio / LINER Lady A (Halloween)


“Hey everybody! We are Lady Antebellum. Have a safe and Happy Halloween.”


Audio / LINER Sam Hunt (Halloween)


“Hey everybody! This is Sam Hunt. Happy Halloween!”


Last night (October 23rd), EMI Records Nashville recording artist Eric Paslay was a surprise guest for Garth Brooks’ “World Tour with Trisha Yearwood” concert in Charleston, West Virginia. The pair recently met for the first time before Eric’s performance at the William Morris Endeavor Entertainment (WME) party for the International Entertainment Buyers Association (IEBA) conference, where Garth personally invited him to open a show.
“This past weekend was one for the books,” said Eric. “I got to hang with and open for a musical hero of mine. I can’t thank Garth Brooks enough for the incredible experience. No one does it better than him and it was a real honor.”
This Wednesday, October 26th,  Eric is set to perform “Angels In this Town” on NBC’S TODAY before resuming his headlining tour “Angels In this Town 2016” later this week. The tour runs through November and features special guests Adam Sanders and Courtney Cole.
“Angels in This Town Tour 2016” Fall dates:
October 29                  Pensacola, FL              Pensacola Interstate Fairgrounds
November 3                Cleveland, OH              House of Blues**
November 4                Tiffin, OH                      Ritz Theatre**
November 5                Carlisle, PA                 Carlisle Theatre**
November 6                Columbus, OH            The Bluestone**
November 10              Patchogue, NY           The Emporium***
November 11              Clifton Park, NY          Upstate Concert Hall***
November 12              Rochester, NY              Anthology***
**Adam Sanders special guest
***Courtney Cole special guest
 About Eric Paslay
EMI Records Nashville breakout country artist, Eric Paslay, delivers a powerful punch as a renowned, Platinum-selling, hit songwriter and dynamic performer. Paslay has celebrated five No. 1 hits including “Even If It Breaks Your Heart” (Eli Young Band), “Barefoot Blue Jean Night” (Jake Owen), “Angel Eyes” (Love & Theft), “Rewind” (Rascal Flatts) and “Friday Night,” the smash lead single from his critically acclaimed self-titled debut album. The Temple, Texas native earned nominations for GRAMMY Best Country Song, ACM Song of the Year and CMA Song of The Year for “Even If It Breaks Your Heart” in 2013 and earned his first GRAMMY nomination as an artist in 2016 for Best Country Duo/Group Performance for “The Driver”- a collaboration with friends Charles Kelley and Dierks Bentley. Most recently Eric was honored with an ACM Song of the Year nomination for “She Don’t Love You” at the 2016 ACMs in Las Vegas. A true artist’s artist, USA Today calls Paslay “flat out-brilliant” and American Songwriter names him an influencer of country music. Paslay has joined friends Chris Young, Brad Paisley and Toby Keith on tour this past year.
For the latest information on Paslay go to:



Luke Bryan, along with his co-writers, celebrated seven consecutive No. 1 songs, including “Roller Coaster,” “Play It Again,” “I See You,” “Kick the Dust Up,” “Strip It Down,” “Home Alone Tonight” and “Huntin’, Fishin’ and Lovin’ Every Day,” at the Country Music Hall of Fame on Monday (October 24th). Two-Time CMA and ACM Entertainer of the Year Luke and the writers spoke to the press before taking the stage to perform all of the feted songs in front of family, friends, fans and members of the music industry.

“It’s an amazing situation that I’ve been blessed to be in,” says Luke. “I truly do appreciate what’s going on and understand the rarity of having success to where your number-ones are kind of outrunning the abilities to have the parties. [We] had an album listening party for Kill the Lights and we celebrated that and we had fun. Now we get to celebrate here going on I guess 16, 17 months later, we get to see the product of everybody’s hard work and the product of everybody’s dreams coming true and moving to Nashville and doing everything we dreamed we’d do when we get here – have success in the music business. I don’t think anybody in these chairs, they clock in every day and we’re all clocking in every day and we don’t take a second of it for granted. It’s the best job in the world.”

At the close of the performances, Mike Dungan, UMG Nashville’s Chairman & CEO, surprised Luke with two sales plaques- one commemorating the seven #1’s have sold over 7 million tracks and over 600 million total combined streams and the second is the official RIAA Platinum certification of Kill The Lights album including 3.5 million tracks sold and over 400 million streams.

Play It Again (Dallas Davidson, Ashley Gorley)
Roller Coaster (Michael Carter, Cole Swindell)
I See You (Luke Bryan, Ashley Gorley, Luke Laird)
Kick The Dust Up (Dallas Davidson, Chris DeStefano, Ashley Gorley)
Strip It Down (Luke Bryan, Ross Copperman, Jon Nite)
Home Alone Tonight (Tommy Cecil, Jaida Dreyer, Jody Stevens, Cole Taylor)
Huntin’, Fishin’, and Lovin’ Every Day (Luke Bryan, Rhett Akins, Dallas Davidson, Ben Hayslip)

Luke is currently nominated for two CMA Awards as Entertainer of the Year and Vocal Collaboration with Karen Fairchild for “Home Alone Tonight,” one of the above #1 hits, and also for two American Music Awards as Favorite Male Artist-Country and Favorite Album-Country for Kill The Lights.

Luke is poised to enter the top of the charts – again – with his latest hit, “Move,” which is from his Kill the Lights album.
Photo credit: Alan Poizner
Cindy Mabe/ President, UMG Nashville, Luke, Mike Dungan/UMG Nashville’s Chairman & CEO, Kerri Edwards/ KP Entertainment



This month, Little Big Town’s Karen Fairchild launched her new clothing line Fair Child in select Macy’s stores across the country and on macys.com (mcys.co/2dqwjp0).
Fair Child follows the same masterful mix of glamorous and effortless design that Karen lives by on and off of the stage. From a luxe overcoat, vest, and biker jacket, to the essential basics of a great t-shirt, vegan faux-leather skinnies, and feminine blouses, Fair Child is everything that is easy to wear, but full of personality. For Karen, fashion is the most fun when it has an element of surprise, and Fair Childreinvents and adapts that “of the moment” style of dressing.
“The real reason I’m making clothes is because I like clothes…I love clothes,” said Fairchild. “Outside of writing songs and performing, it’s definitely my passion. I view it a lot like telling a story in a song. I think an outfit tells a story, and I think when there’s something interesting or surprising or a little twist, that’s what makes a great song and it’s the same thing that makes a great outfit. I’m so grateful to Macy’s for giving me this opportunity.”
Fair Child, with pieces priced from $39 to $149, is currently available on macys.com, and at select Macy’s stores in Atlanta (Town Center at Cobb), Austin (The Domain), Chicago (Water Tower Place), Columbus (Tuttle Crossing), Dallas (Northpark Center), Denver (Park Meadows), Detroit (Somerset Collection), Kansas City (Town Center Plaza), Memphis (Wolfchase Galleria) and Nashville (Green Hills).
Click the below link for exclusive footage featuring the launch of Fair Child: https://youtu.be/V2tLLYc_tL8.

Video / Fair Child




  • Alan Jackson with WUSN/Chicago’s Jeff Kapugi and Marci Braun, as well as UMG Nashville’s Mike Dungan and Steve Hodges.


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