Wednesday, July 18, 2018

JASON ISBELL AND THE 400 UNIT, JOHN BERRY, GORDON MOTE AND STORME WARREN ADDED TO ALABAMA AND FRIENDS TORNADO RELIEF CONCERT


JASON ISBELL AND THE 400 UNIT, JOHN BERRY, GORDON MOTE, AND SIRIUSXM'S STORME WARREN ADDED TO ALABAMA & FRIENDS #JSUSTRONG TORNADO RELIEF CONCERT BENEFITING JACKSONVILLE STATE UNIVERSITY


Concert to Take Place on September 26, 2018 in Jacksonville, Alabama at 
Burgess-Snow Field at JSU Stadium; Tickets On-Sale Now at Ticketfly.com 
 
With 90% of Tickets Already Sold, Star-Studded Event is on its Way to Becoming Northern Alabama's Largest Live Stadium Concert of the Year

Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, John Berry, Gordon Mote and SiriusXM's Storme Warren have been announced to join an all-star lineup of talent in Jacksonville, Alabama this fall when some of music's greatest voices come together to raise funds for a very special cause. 
 
On September 26, 2018, Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Mote and Berry will join Alabama, the Charlie Daniels Band, Shenandoah, and Jamey Johnson, for the Alabama & Friends #JSUStrong tornado relief concert benefiting Jacksonville State University (JSU). Comedian Darren Knight "Southern Momma" is also scheduled to perform. SiriusXM's Storme Warren will emcee the event. 
 
On March 19 of this year, JSU and the surrounding Jacksonville community was hit by a EF-3 tornado, severely damaging 23 buildings and impacting more than 50 more. Fortunately, there was no loss of life however millions of dollars in damage was reported following the storm.
 
"We are so thankful and blessed that friends of ours, and some from our great state of Alabama, have offered to help raise funds to repair the damage from the horrific tornado a few months back," says Alabama frontman Randy Owen. "The university has been wonderful to work with on helping us setup the concert. From the looks of ticket sales and strong support from sponsors, this will be a very special night for the attendees."
 
Nationwide Insurance (Randy Jones & Associates, Inc.) has signed-on as the presenting sponsor. Platinum sponsors include Dr. Pepper (official drink of the show), Alabama Power, Alfa Insurance, Marc and Mary Angle, Ken and Jenny Howell, and Trycon Tufters. With these generous sponsors onboard to cover the concert's expenses, 100% of the evening's proceeds will go to Jacksonville State University.
 
With 90% of tickets already sold, the event is shaping up to be the year's largest live stadium concert in Northern Alabama. Additional guest performers will be announced in the coming weeks. 
 
The rain or shine event begins at 6:00 p.m. CT. Tickets prices start at $25.00 and are on-sale now at Ticketfly.com or by calling 877-4FLY-TIX.
 

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

SCOTTY MCCREERY AND SNL'S CHRIS KATTAN FACE OFF ON "CELEBRITY FAMILY FEUD" AUGUST 5 ON ABC


Photo credit: ABC/Byron Cohen

American Idol winner Scotty McCreery and Saturday Night Live's Chris Kattan will be competing to win cash for their charities on an all-new episode of "Celebrity Family Feud" hosted by Steve Harvey on Sunday, August 5 at 8pm ET on ABC.

TEAM MCCREERY

Scotty McCreery – country music artist; playing for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

o Gabi Dugal McCreery – wife

o Merrick (Tre) Dugal III –father-in-law

o Michael McCreery – father

o Paquita McCreery – grandmother

VS

TEAM KATTAN

Chris Kattan – “Saturday Night Live”; playing for Partners In Health

o Hajnalka Joslyn – mother

o Andrew Joslyn – half-brother

o Madison Joslyn – sister-in-law

o Jennifer Schultz – family friend

Monday, July 16, 2018

LOVE AND THEFT IS BACK WITH A BRAND NEW VIDEO - "YOU DIDN'T WANT ME"


CMA, ACM, and CMT-nominated duo Love and Theft first hit the scene with their debut single "Runaway" which landed Top 10 on the Billbaord Country Charts. They followed it up with their #1 Platinum selling hit "Angel Eyes" from their self-titled album with RCA Records which climbed to #4 on the Billboard Country Albums Chart.

The duo have just released the video for their latest single, "You Didn't Want Me" from their upcoming album with Curb Records. The making of the video was a "family affair" as the set was built by Eric Gunderson and Stephen Liles along with Gunderson's father and their friend Clint Hazelgrove. Gunderson's sister Rebekah also appears in the video as the crazy ex-girlfriend, and the video's theme is a comedy inspired by 1940's noir stylized to appear as old decaying film as a visual echo of the song's subject matter of being tossed aside.

Love and Theft are poised to make another run at putting another platinum plaque on their wall with this new single. Request it on your local stations now!

For more info on these great guys, check out www.loveandtheft.com.