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Lee Greenwood Leads Coca-Cola’s “Share A Coke And A Song” Campaign Into Memorial Day

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In 1986, Coca-Cola used the marketing slogan “Red, White and You,” to promote their signature red and white Coca-Cola classic cans; and now, in 2016, they’re going all out red, white and blue.

Lee Greenwood has partnered with the drink giant to lead its multi-platform “Share a Coke and a Song” campaign into Memorial Day with his iconic lyric, “I’m Proud To Be An American,” gracing the packaging of limited edition cans and bottles nationwide.

“Coca-Cola is an all-American brand, so aligning ‘God Bless The U.S.A.,’ with them this Memorial Day and beyond is one of the many defining moments in my career where I realize the profound impact this song has had. I’m truly proud to be an American,” said Greenwood.

Find the exclusive, star-spangled bottles and cans in gas stations, grocers, convenience stores and vending machines across the country from ‘Detroit down to Houston and New York to LA.’ Fans who post a picture on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #ShareACokeAndLeeGreenwood tagging @TheLeeGreenwood will be entered for a chance to win tickets to an upcoming Lee Greenwood concert and get an exclusive backstage meet-and-greet.

On Sunday, May 29th, Greenwood will also perform a special military tribute honoring over 600 U.S. Army soldiers, Medal of Honor recipients and veterans at the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Coca-Cola 600, as part of its “Salute The Troops” pre-race show. Sunday’s 57th running of the race is hailed as one of the biggest military appreciation pre-race spectaculars in the track’s history.

Greenwood said, “The Salute The Troops portion of the Coca-Cola 600’s pre-race show gives us all the opportunity to give credit where credit is due to our brave and steadfast members of the U.S. Armed Forces who have sacrificed their lives to protect our American freedoms. It’s an honor for me to be on the line-up. I look forward to singing ‘God Bless The USA’ to that crowd in particular.”

Greenwood is booked by APA. For a full list of tour dates and additional information on Lee Greenwood, please visit

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Carrie Underwood Will Return to ‘Sunday Night Football’

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Carrie Underwood will return to sing the Sunday Night Football theme song for the 2016-2017 NFL season.  Carrie has been singing “Waiting All Day for Sunday Night” since 2013.

She shared the news with fans on Twitter Thursday (May 19),  and said she is “honored and excited” to be back in the role.

“I love football. I’m honored they asked me to kick it off,” Carrie says about being asked to sing the SNF theme. “Hopefully when people hear the song, they’ll just feel ready for the big game!”

Fans will first get to hear Carrie’s 2016-2017 Sunday Night Football theme on Sept. 8 (a Thursday), when the Super Bowl Champion Denver Broncos face the Carolina Panthers. The game is set for 8:30PM ET on NBC.

Carrie is currently on the road, on her 2016 Storyteller Tour, which she recently extended through November. After that, she’ll head “down under,” to Australia, with Keith Urban in December.


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Brad Paisley Gets Political with the Help of His Guitar on ‘Jimmy Kimmel’

Brad Paisley got political this week on Jimmy Kimmel LIVE with a little help of his guitar and some recent bathroom laws. Take a listen and have a laugh!

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CMA Announces Another Free Stage at CMA Fest

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Bridgestone Arena is the cool place to be during 2016 CMA Music Festival, Thursday through Sunday, June 9-12.
CMA is partnering with the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp. to present the Music City Stage in the Visitor Center at Bridgestone Arena. The stage is the only FREE, air-conditioned indoor Festival stage in the downtown footprint and a great place to escape the heat while enjoying performances from up-and-coming talent.

“We are so pleased to present a new, official Festival stage in partnership with the NCVC,” said Sarah Trahern, CMA Chief Executive Officer. “Each of our 11 stages provides a unique experience for our fans whether it is the mainstage at Nissan Stadium, rockin’ with fan favorites at Riverfront, or smaller, more intimate performances.”
“We have had a long-standing tradition of providing live music at our visitor center during CMA Fest,” said Butch Spyridon, President and CEO of the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp. “It is a huge benefit to be adopted and embraced by CMA. In addition to upgrading our lineup, it is further validation of our ever-expanding partnership.”

Performances on the Music City Stage will take place from 11:00 AM-4:00 PM/CT daily during the Festival. The lineup includes American Young, Lauren Ashley, Barrett Baber, Risa Binder, Chad Brownlee, David Adam Byrnes, Brent Cobb, Julia Cole, Raquel Cole, Dianna Corcoran, Josh Dorr, George Ducas, Kenny Foster, Mitch Goudy, Calynn Green, Haley & Michaels, Lyndsey Highlander, Joey Hyde, Jillian Jacqueline, Jukebox Mafia, Kristen Kelly, Trea Landon, Rachele Lynae, Jordyn Mallory, Paul Malysa, Doug McCormick, Tristan McIntosh, Alyssa Micaela, Michaelis, Mockingbird Sun, Norlina, Hayley Orrantia, Brandon Ray, Mary Sarah, Caitlyn Shadbolt, Kalie Shorr, Southern Halo, Cody Webb, and Hailey Whitters. Artists subject to change.

Adding to the “cool” vibe at Bridgestone Arena are the popular Ultimate Air Dogs soaring and splashing for fans on the Bridgestone Plaza. The dock-jumping, paddling pooches return to the Festival after a three-year hiatus with canine water performances each day at noon, 2:00 PM, and 4:00 PM. For information visit,

“I’m a Country Music fan have been all the way back to the ‘70s. Nashville is so high on my list I actually named my dog Nash after Nashville,” said Milt Wilcox, former Detroit Tigers pitcher and founder of Ultimate Air Dogs. “Where else can you go to see all the great Country Music stars and watch some of the best dogs in the world compete?”

For upcoming talent announcements and all other info stay connected with CMA on

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