The October 2011 Print Issue of the Nashville Music Guide Now On Stands
The October 2011 print edition of the Nashville Music Guide is currently available at our racks around the Nashville-Metro area and our other outlets in Oklahoma, Texas, and Canada. The magazine this month features newcomer David Ray on the cover, and also exclusive interviews with hit songwriters Wynn Varble and Craig J. Martin, the legendary and newly inducted Grand Ole Opry members The Oak Ridge Boys, as well as Texas' hot new up and coming country artist, Kyle Park.
Also, other monthly features like NSAI, Phil Sweetland's Biz Buzz, and Big Joe's "Tough" Questions with country legend David Frizzell are included along with a list of venues and upcoming events, songwriter and open mic night listings. Articles and features are also available online atwww.nashvillemusicguide.com
CJaye LeRose Making Waves on YouTube and Music Row
Blossoming Country music singer CJaye LeRose may currently be an unsigned artist but with a social media following that swallows up several of Nashville’s major label talents, there’s no denying that she’s a force to be reckoned with.
LeRose, with nearly 3 million YouTube hits and 37 thousand channel subscribers, 19 thousand Twitter followers and more than 18 thousand Facebook ‘likes,’ released her debut album,Date With The Tub, this past July. The news media has since taken notice, giving LeRose national notoriety.
In 2009, LeRose created her own YouTube channel to raise awareness about animal adoption, but it was when she started posting videos of her songs that she began receiving multitudes of hits.
Earlier this year, LeRose made the move from her home in Houston, Texas to Nashville, Tennessee. The decision was a major leap of faith but with thousands of fans behind her, she didn't lack support.
For additional information on CJaye LeRose, visit www.cjayelerose.com.
Dierks Bentley's "Miles & Music For Kids" Raises $144,000 For Chicago's Children's Memorial Hospital
Multi-platinum country music star Dierks Bentley’s “Miles & Music for Kids” stopped in Chicago, IL on October 9th, 2011 for a motorcycle ride and outdoor block party that sold out two weeks in advance and raised over $144,000 for Chicago’s Children’s Memorial Hospital. The event capped off the first weekend of Bentley’s Country & Cold Cans Tour, which also sold out.
Over the series’ five-year history, Bentley has raised over $1.7 million for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. In 2009, Bentley joined forces with Nationwide Insurance, CMT ONE COUNTRY and the Children's Miracle Network to expand the successful "Miles & Music for Kids" first held in Nashville across the country, visiting Phoenix, Dallas-Fort Worth, Seattle, Atlanta, Columbus and now Chicago. The sixth annual Nashville event is scheduled for this Sun., Oct. 16. For more information, visit www.dierks.com.
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