Nominees for the 2016 iHeartRadio Music Awards have been announced
The Zac Brown Band and Thomas Rhett each earned multiple nods, including in some non-country categories.
The Zac Brown Band are up for the all-genre Best Duo / Group of the Year, Country Song of the Year (“Homegrown”) and, perhaps a surprise, Rock Song of the Year (“Heavy Is the Head,” their collaboration with Chris Cornell). Rhett, meanwhile, is nominated for Country Artist of the Year and the fan-voted Best Lyrics award, for “Die a Happy Man.”
The 2016 iHeartRadio Music Awards are set for April 3 at the Forum in Los Angeles, Calif.
Luke Bryan will make his performance debut at the 2016 Grammy Awards — as part of a tribute to Lionel Richie.
Bryan, and several other artists will “take the audiences on a musical journey through [Richie’s songbook. Spanning his time in ...
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Kids with Kameras HOSTED BY THE FSJ Child Development Centre
For the month of February the C.D.C. want to know what you and your family
like best about Fort St. John and area through pictures.
Pictures can include your favourite places to go or even your favourite things to do.
Photo submissions will be displayed at our Early Years Launch event on February 25th at 10:30 am
as well as Child Development Centre website and Facebook page.
For more information or to submit a photo contact Crystal at email@example.com
Organized by : Fort St John Kin Club who are looking for musicians to enter RocKIN The Peace 2016.
This year’s Concert is set for March 5th.
Deadline for contest submissions is Friday, February 12 at 6 pm.
For full details visit KinClubFSJ.com
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Kristian Bush has signed a publishing, production and label deal with BBR Music Group,. That makes the singer-songwriter part of the label’s Wheelhouse Records imprint and Magic Mustang Music roster.
The Sugarland member is currently working on his second solo album, the follow-up project to his 2015 release, Southern Gravity.
As one-half of Sugarland, with Jennifer Nettles, Bush played a big part in writing almost all the duo’s hits.
Lorrie Morgan has more than a dozen studio albums to her credit, but with her upcoming new release, Letting Go … Slow, the singer says that she finally got to make the album that she’s wanted to make for her entire career.
The 56-year-old admits that her new project, which is set for release on Feb. 12, came about at a time when she thought that her days of making music might be over.