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Grand Ole Opry & Southwest Airlines Team Up for NYC Summer Music Series

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The Grand Ole Opry® and Southwest Airlines®, in partnership with BBR Music Group, are returning to the heart of New York City for a three-week series of free acoustic performances at the Southwest Porch at Bryant Park.

The Circle in the City summer series is set to feature three acts who have become Opry fan favorites: Parmalee, July 26th; Lindsay Ell, August 2nd; Thompson Square, August 9th. All shows will begin at 8:30 p.m. Each of the artists will travel to Manhattan with the Opry’s signature microphone stand and will continue the 90th anniversary year tradition of throwing down a replica of the famed circle of wood from center stage at the Opry House, a la an “Opry Circle Throwdown.” Fans can watch each of the shows live on the Opry’s Facebook page. New York’s NASH FM 94.7 will host the Bryant Park concerts. Each performance is open to the public, and seating will be based on a first-come first-served basis. Other guests will be invited to be a part of each performance in the park outside the perimeter of the Southwest Porch. Details will be available via social media and at opry.com. Ell and Thompson Square are set to follow their Tuesday night New York City performances with Wednesday night appearances at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville. Fan will be able to follow their journeys from New York to the Opry via social media and at opry.com/oprybound, where they can also win an OpryBound VIP package including airfare to Music City aboard Southwest Airlines, hotel accommodations, and Opry prizing.” target=”_blank”>The Grand Ole Opry® and Southwest Airlines®, in partnership with BBR Music Group, are returning to the heart of New York City for a three-week series of free acoustic performances at the Southwest Porch at Bryant Park.

The Circle in the City summer series is set to feature three acts who have become Opry fan favorites: Parmalee, July 26th; Lindsay Ell, August 2nd; Thompson Square, August 9th. All shows will begin at 8:30 p.m. Each of the artists will travel to Manhattan with the Opry’s signature microphone stand and will continue the 90th anniversary year tradition of throwing down a replica of the famed circle of wood from center stage at the Opry House, a la an “Opry Circle Throwdown.” Fans can watch each of the shows live on the Opry’s Facebook page.

New York’s NASH FM 94.7 will host the Bryant Park concerts. Each performance is open to the public, and seating will be based on a first-come first-served basis. Other guests will be invited to be a part of each performance in the park outside the perimeter of the Southwest Porch. Details will be available via social media and at opry.com.

Ell and Thompson Square are set to follow their Tuesday night New York City performances with Wednesday night appearances at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville. Fan will be able to follow their journeys from New York to the Opry via social media and at opry.com/oprybound, where they can also win an OpryBound VIP package including airfare to Music City aboard Southwest Airlines, hotel accommodations, and Opry prizing.

Thompson Square Helps Raise $250,000 for the Clay Buchholz Foundation

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Crowds gathered into House of Blues Boston to see Country duo Thompson Square headline the 4th Annual Buchholz Bowl and Benefit Bash last week, helping raise $250,000 for the Clay Buchholz Foundation. This years proceeds are to benefit Melmark New England, Family Reach Foundation, Pitching in for Kids and Christopher’s Haven. The multi-platinum selling duo shared the stage with comedian Josh Wolf as the host along with other Country acts including Wade Bowen and Kevin Fowler.

“We always love to go to Boston but this past visit was particularly special,” says Keifer Thompson. “We always jump at the opportunity to be a part of a good cause but now with our son Cooper, charities that help children in need, like the Clay Buchholz Foundation, really strike a chord with us. I’m glad we were able to be there and do our part.”

Created by Boston Red Sox pitcher Clay Buchholz and wife Lindsay in March 2013, the foundation works with established and qualifying 501(c)(3) organizations to provides health, educational and sports opportunities to improve the lives of children in need. For more information visit www.claybuchholzfoundation.org.

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Thompson Square Gives First-Ever Performance at World-Renowned Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Photo Credti: Keith Griner

Photo Credti: Keith Griner

Underneath skies that opened up into a downpour, a dedicated crowd sang along as multi-platinum selling duo, Thompson Square, gave their first-ever performance at the world-renowned Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colo. yesterday (7/4), creating a memorable performance for all. The special Fourth of July performance also  included Blues Traveler, Uncle Kracker and Sam Palladio.

Last night the duo took the open-air amphiteatre stage that very few have had the privilege to do, “It was truly breathtaking and unlike anywhere we had ever performed. We are so appreciative of the fans that stuck it out in the pouring rain to sing-along with us. It was an experience we will never forget,” said Keifer Thompson of Thompson Square.

The chart-topping Country act joined Grammy award-winning group, Blues Traveler, on stage, lending their vocals on the performance of “Matador,” a track in which the two acts collaborated on for Blues Traveler’s latest project, “Blow Up The Moon.”

Known for being the only naturally-occuring, acoustically perfect amphitheatre in the world, the Red Rocks Amphitheatre stage has been graced by iconic musicians including The Beatles, Sting and U2.

The ACM and CMA award-winning duo recently released “You Make It Look So Good,” which impacted radio on June 13, becoming the third most added song in the U.S. in it’s first week.  “You Make It Look So good” is available across all digital retailers and streaming partners now.

Download the song HERE.

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