Performers Announced for the 2015 #CRS #NewFaces Showcase (Details Here!)
Dec01

Performers Announced for the 2015 #CRS #NewFaces Showcase (Details Here!)

The CRS New Faces showcase is perhaps the most coveted of events held at the Country Radio Seminar each year in Nashville, Tennessee. The artists deemed the five biggest ones to watch in the upcoming year are featured at the show and perform to a room full of radio executives, industry professionals, and additional registrants who purchase high-priced tickets to get a glimpse at the future of country music. Today, it was announced...

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#UnforTWEETable Thursdays – #CRS2014 Wrap Up
Feb27

#UnforTWEETable Thursdays – #CRS2014 Wrap Up

Last week was a busy week in Music City. The Country Radio Seminar (CRS) invaded every venue and street corner in downtown Nashville. All of your favorite stars and country related folk were there for the action. Here’s some highlights from last week! This is what CRS looks like. Me backstage after the show last night. So. Tired. Photo cred: @ayloveher… http://t.co/jmW48Y8sbF — Natalie Stovall (@NatalieStovall) February 21, 2014...

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New Faces Of Country: Who’s Gonna Fill Their Shoes?
Feb25

New Faces Of Country: Who’s Gonna Fill Their Shoes?

Ask around, and you’ll get a different answer: who’s gonna fill their shoes? It’s a tough question, without a definitive answer. For traditionalists, no one’s gonna fill their shoes. In my opinion,  there is not one current mainstreamer could possibly take over the reigns from George Jones, Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard and Loretta Lynn. Even when modern artists, like Miranda Lambert and Brad Paisley, honor their...

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And #CRS2014 begins…
Feb18

And #CRS2014 begins…

You might be watching your Twitter stream of some of your favorite Country Music artists, or listening to your local Country Music Radio host, or have friends in Nashville…and see/hear the letters CRS.  My first thought was Can’t Remember Sh*t, which can be a result of having too good of a time during this week long “seminar” in Nashville.  I even love what Brett Eldredge called it: Big week in Nashville for...

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