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Industry photos: Warner Music Nashville, ACM, Alice Randall, Riley Green

By meerna Jun25,2024
Industry photos: Warner Music Nashville, ACM, Alice Randall, Riley Green

Warner Music Nashville is celebrating downtown with pride

Warner Music Nashville Band at the Nashville Pride Parade

Warner Music Nashville employees, along with friends and family, celebrated the 36th anniversary of Nashville Pride during the organization’s kickoff parade on Saturday (June 22).

ACM hosts the inaugural “ACM Country For Y’all” presentation.

Pictured (from left): Haley Montgomery, Adam Mac, Denitia, Chris Housman, Brooke Eden, Tommy Moore and Ford Fairchild. Photo: courtesy of ACM

On Thursday (June 20), the Academy of Country Music hosted the inaugural performance of “ACM Country For Y’all.” The event, hosted by Frankie J’s in Nashville, celebrated the genre’s LGBTQIA+ community with performances including: Adam Mac, Brooke Eden, Chris Houseman AND Denicja.

CMHOFM discusses ‘My Black Country’ with Alice Randall

Pictured (from left): Miko Marks, Alice Randall, Saaneah Jamison and Paul Kingsbury. Photo: Courtesy of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

A meeting and performance took place at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum with the participation of: New York Times best-selling author and award-winning songwriter Alice Randall.

Hosted by Paul KingsburyRandall discussed her latest book, My Black Country: A Journey Through Country Music’s Black Past, Present and Futurealong with its corresponding album. The event included sets by Saaneah Jamison AND Mike Marekartists on the album who performed Randall’s songs.

Riley Green teams up with Busch Light to surprise fans

Riley Green. Photo: Courtesy of Busch Light

Riley Green treated fans to a surprise set and a round of Busch Light on Thursday night (June 20) at Tootsies Orchid Lounge in downtown Nashville.

He opened the show with “Worst Way” from his new EP, followed by the hits “Different’ Round Here” and “I Wish Grandpas Never Died,” before closing with his first No. 1 hit, “There Was This Girl.”

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