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Eli Young Band Annouce Annual House Party Line Up

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Yesterday morning, Eli Young Band confirmed the second Annual House Party line up.  The band will return once again to Dallas and is expanding the Party with a second show in Houston. Tickets went on sale this morning, Friday August 29th for both the November 8th date at Globe Life Park in Arlington and the November 15th date at Minute Maid Park in Houston. Last year’s inaugural House Party in Arlington, was a huge success with over 18,000 fans in attendance.  The band looks forward to an even larger turn out this year with eight touring powerhouses joining them for two shows.

The November 8th House Party in Arlington will feature country superstar Gary Allan who’s been named “country’s mainstream Maverick” by Rolling Stone.  Two-time Grammy nominee and country hit-maker Pat Green has sold over a million albums and has been dubbed “the Springsteen of the Southwest” in People Magazine and USA Today.  Kicking off the night of music will be Texas and Oklahoma female duo Maddie & Tae, the up-and-coming country sensations whose Dot Records’ debut single “Girl In a Country Song” has exploded nationwide with nearly 6 million views on YouTube alone since release late last month.

The November 15th House Party at Minute Maid Park in Houston will feature Atlantic Records Josh Abbott Band, who has topped the Texas chart with six #1 hits and a trio of Top Tens.  Valory Music Co.’s Thomas Rhett, has scored back-to-back #1 hits with the Platinum-certified “It Goes Like This” and Gold-certified “Get Me Some of That” in addition to co-writing the smash chart-topper “Round Here.” Opening the show will be Cody Johnson, many Texans met his honest style through hit singles on the Texas chart including: “Nobody to Blame,” “Texas Kind of Way” and his #1 smash “Pray for Rain.”

From start to finish the band has chosen concert venues that lay out a fan friendly experience; from easy parking, to short bar lines and a strong lineup of national acts, each of the two shows is and an incredible value with tickets starting at just $25.

Tickets for each of the two shows start at $25 and will go on sale tomorrow, Friday, August 29th.  Fans are encouraged to buy tickets now at the discounted rate of $25 before the price increase on September 15th.  For the November 8th Arlington show, tickets will be available at TexasRangers.com/eliyoungband.  For the November 15th Houston show, tickets will be available at ticketmaster.com.

Brantley Gilbert, Justin Moore & Thomas Rhett “Small Town Throwdown”- New Music Video

Are you ready for a little “Small Town Throwdown” with Brantley Gilbert, Justin Moore, and Thomas Rhett??

More Than 40,000 Fans Attend The 2nd Annual Taste of Country Music Festival

PHOTO CREDIT: Joshua Timmermans, Taste of Country Music Festival

PHOTO CREDIT: Joshua Timmermans, Taste of Country Music Festival

More than 40,000 enthusiastic country music fans turned out for the Northeast’s premiere 3-day country music festival – the 2nd Annual Taste of Country Music Festival – held June 13-15 Hunter Mountain Resort (Hunter, NY) in the Great Northern Catskills of Greene County.

To catch a brief video recap of the flavors, artists and thousands of fans who helped make this year’s Taste of Country Music weekend a huge success click HERE.

The star-packed lineup for this year’s festival included Brad Paisley, Dierks Bentley, Brantley Gilbert, Hank Williams, Jr., Randy Houser, Thompson Square, Craig Morgan, Thomas Rhett, Tyler Farr, Eric Paslay, Charlie Worsham, Leah Turner, The Cadillac Three Chase Rice, Blackjack Billy, Gwen Sebastian and Jamie Lynn Spears.

Saturday night, TasteofCountry.com host Billy Dukes made the onstage announcement that Tim McGraw will be the first headliner for the 2015 festival.

“We are grateful and humbled by the support we’ve gotten from the fans of the Taste of Country Music Festival this year,” said Dhruv Prasad, Executive Vice President – Live Events, Townsquare Media Group. “Thanks again to all the great artists who performed on our stages this year, our hosts at Hunter Mountain, all of our great staff, and the folks in Greene County for welcoming us again. We are already looking forward to producing another great experience in 2015, and could not be more excited to bring Tim McGraw up to the Mountain!”

The 3rd Annual Taste of Country Music Festival will be held June 12-14, 2015, the weekend following the eleventh annual Mountain Jam Music Festival, scheduled for June 4-7, 2015.

For more information about the Taste of Country Music Festival – and to purchase tickets for the 2015 festival – go to www.tasteofcountryfestival.com.

Thomas Rhett and Rhett Akins Head Home to Support Local Charity

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In the midst of last week’s CMA Music Fest, Valdosta, GA natives Thomas Rhett and Rhett Akins made time to head home for a special concert at Wild Adventures Theme Park that brought together two generations of talent and compassion. The son and father helped raise $40,000 for Great Strides Valdosta in honor of their cousin Sophie, who was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis.

“Cystic Fibrosis is a terrible disease, and when it happens to one of your family members it puts it that much more at the forefront of your mind and makes you want to do anything you can to help out,” said Thomas Rhett.

Fans were treated to Thomas Rhett’s back-to-back #1 smashes “It Goes Like This” and “Get Me Some Of That” from his debut album IT GOES LIKE THIS (The Valory Music Co.) as well as chart-toppers he wrote for Florida Georgia Line (“Round Here”) and Jason Aldean (“1994″). While finding initial success as an artist with “That Ain’t My Truck,” Rhett Akins has become an esteemed songwriter, penning both of his son’s recent hits as well as “Point At You” (Justin Moore), “Honey Bee” and “Boys ‘Round Here” (Blake Shelton), among others.

Thomas Rhett is back out on the road this summer performing at fairs and festivals across the country before joining Miranda Lambert’s PLATINUM TOUR this fall. For dates and more, visit www.thomasrhett.com.

Get Ready for the ‘Countdown to Stagecoach’ Pre-Concert Special

Stagecoach Music Festival

For the second consecutive year, AXS TV—the country’s premier destination for unprecedented live music festival coverage—is proud to broadcast the 2014 Stagecoach Country Music Festival, following the success of the 2013 festival which was viewed in over five million homes. This month, the network will present 20 hours of live coverage from Friday, April 25 through Sunday, April 27, airing each evening at 9pE/6pP. This is the only multi-day live country music broadcast on television. StubHub returns as AXS TV’s Official Broadcast Partner.

In conjunction with this unparalleled event, AXS TV takes viewers even deeper into the Stagecoach experience with a special “Countdown to Stagecoach” half-hour pre-show, as host Ashley Eicher gives behind-the-scenes access to California’s top country music festival in Indio, CA. A new segment will air nightly at 8:30pE/5:30pP, serving as a lead-in to the epic three-day festivities. Eicher serves as the host for the “Countdown to Stagecoach” show as well as the entire festival broadcast.

The 2014 festival will send viewers on a one-of-a-kind experience, as the network begins its coverage on Friday, April 25 with seven hours of Stagecoach featuring Eric Paslay (“Friday Night”); Thomas Rhett (“It Goes Like This”); SONS OF ANARCHY star Katey Sagal & the Forest Rangers; Brantley Gilbert (“Bottoms Up”); Shakey Graves (“Roll the Bones”); Shelby Lynne (“Killin’ Kind,” “Wall in Your Heart”); Easton Corbin (“Clockwork”); and country powerhouse Eric Church (“Drink in My Hand,” “Springsteen”). Friday’s coverage re-airs on Saturday at 7aE/4aP.

Then, on Saturday, April 26, tune in for a loaded lineup featuring THE VOICE winner Danielle Bradbery; music icon Don McLean; Tyler Farr (“Redneck Crazy”); Jason Isbell (“Cover Me Up”); Ashley Monroe (“Weed Instead of Roses”); Sugarland’s Jennifer Nettles; southern rockers Nitty Gritty Dirt Band; teen sensation Hunter Hayes; and modern master Jason Aldean. Saturday’s coverage re-airs on Sunday, at 6:30aE/3:30aP and 1:30aE/10:30pP. And, on Sunday, April 27, close out the weekend with performances from Lee Brice (“Love Like Crazy”); Dustin Lynch (“Cowboys and Angels”); Shovels & Rope (“Gasoline”); Chris Cagle (“Got My Country On”); John Prine (“Angel from Montgomery”); genre-defying fan-favorites Florida Georgia Line (“This is How We Roll”), and more. Sunday’s coverage re-airs on Monday at 2:30aE/11:30pP and 2pE/11pP.

Additionally, the network has launched an in-depth and interactive companion website (www.axs.tv/festivals), where viewers can participate in live polls, enjoy user-generated content, and find additional information about the broadcast, giving them a front-row seat from the comfort of their own home

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