Hello Country music fans!
Here at the Swift Agency, one guy who still hasn’t received the meet and greet notification e-mail from the CMA Fest yet, we’re excited to see Mallary Hope again. She will join the second Music City Gives Back concert on Broadway street (it’s officially between 2nd and 4th, but don’t worry – you’ll see it) on June 5, starting at 5pm. The lineup also includes Clint Black, Thompson Square, Lee Brice, Josh Thompson, Jana Kramer, The Farm, and The Willis Clan. Rodney Atkins will perform hosting duties. You can read more on Music Row.
For those who can’t make it, it will be streamed live on Wrangler Western’s Facebook Page from 5pm to 11pm Nashville time. You can also follow Mallary on Twitter @MallaryHope 🙂
Don’t forget to VOTE for Taylor Swift for the 2012 CMT Music Awards! She is nominated for Video of the Year and Collaborative Video of the Year both along with the Civil Wars for Safe And Sound and Female Video of the Year for Ours. If it keeps saying you already voted, log off and clear you cache.
Tickets are on sale NOW for Tequila Sunrise, Paul Sidoti‘s tribute band to the Eagles, once again taking the stage at the House of Blues Cleveland on Friday, June 15. Get your tickets on LiveNation.com. You can also RSVP to the event on Facebook.
Coming up in the Calendar!
- June 1: The notification of the passes to the Fan Fair Hall meet and greet lines are sent out. The passes are picked up at the CMA Fest.
- June 4: Last chance to vote for the 2012 CMT Music Awards.
- June 5: Music City Gives Back concert on Broadway street between 2nd and 4th in Nashville at 5pm. You can watch online at Wrangler Western’s Facebook Page.
- June 6: The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum opens the exhibit Taylor Swift: Speak Now – Treasures from the World Tour. It will include dozens of costumes, instruments, set pieces and props from the Speak Now World Tour. The exhibit runs from June 6 through November 4, 2012.
- June 6: The 2012 CMT Music Awards will air live from Nashville on CMT. Taylor Swift is nominated for Video of the Year and Collaborative Video of the Year both along with the Civil Wars for Safe And Sound and Female Video of the Year for Ours. You can vote now.
(Sources: Music Row, Music City Gives Back, Wrangler Western)