Thank you for 8.5 years and 100 issues. Read the digital version of our last issue for free and purchase a physical copy below. Featuring: Ashley Rickards, Aubrey Peeples, Austin Mahone, Bea Miller, Brian Dales, Caity Lotz, Cam, Camren Bicondova, Candice King, Carly Pearce, Cassadee Pope, Colin O’Donoghue, Connor Franta, Danielle Rose Russell, Daya, Dinah… Read more »
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The 45th annual CMA Music Festival was its biggest year yet, toting an impressive 88,500 fans a day. The nightly shows at Nissan Stadium showcased the biggest names in country music, whereas the free, daytime stages paved the way for upcoming artists to show off their songs. But country artists were not the only ones… Read more »
As part of Nashville’s annual CMA Music Festival, we teamed up with the Song Suffragettes to put on a very special, very intimate show at the Listening Room. The Song Suffragettes are an ever-growing group of female songwriters/artists who perform every Monday night and are a key reference in the conversation surrounding women in country… Read more »
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Since 1972, CMA Fest has continued to get bigger and bigger. This year, the festival set a new record – drawing over 87,000 fans a day to the four day event. More than 500 artists performed on 11 different stages – seven of which were free. Every artist performing donated their time for free and… Read more »
If you live in New York City, you’ve probably seen the giant YouTube billboards in SoHo and posters scattered throughout the transit system. Over the past few years, the video sharing site has become less of a replacement for America’s Funniest Home Videos, to a career building tool for musicians, make-up artists, comedians and more. The… Read more »
In preparation for the YouTube Music Awards this Sunday, Google hosted a “YouTube Unplugged” session at their offices yesterday. National touring artists Megan & Liz took the stage at the event to perform their hit song “Release You.” Check out some photos from their performance!