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CRS 2016 Rusty Walker Scholarship Winners Announced

(Nashville, Tenn. – Nov. 16, 2015) – Every year, a committee reviews applicants from a nationwide search to determine three full-time radio employees to be awarded the Rusty Walker Scholarship, which provides an all expense paid trip to attend Country Radio Seminar (CRS). The CRS 2016 Rusty Walker Scholarship winners have been chosen and are: Nick Fox (Morning Show Host/Digital Content Coordinator – WVVR, 100.3 The Beaver/Clarksville, TN), Garrett Searight (Promotions Director/Music Director – WFGF-FM New Country 92.1 The Frog/Lima, OH) and Ashley Greninger (Program Director – Morning Show Co-Host – KRWQ Q100.3/Medford, OR).

Scholars will be recognized at the CRS 2016 opening ceremonies on Feb. 8, 2016 at the Omni Hotel.

The Rusty Walker Scholarship program was established in 2012 by the Country Radio Broadcasters, Inc. to honor Country Radio Hall of Fame member, Rusty Walker, who passed away in May 2012. Each scholarship includes a full CRS 2016 registration, airfare and accommodations for three nights (Feb. 8, 2016 – Feb. 10, 2016).

About Country Radio Seminar: Country Radio Seminar is an annual convention designed to educate and promote the exchange of ideas and business practices in the Country music industry, with specific emphasis on issues relevant to Country radio. Country Radio Seminar 2016 is set for Feb. 8-10, 2016 at the Omni Hotel. Visit www.CountryRadioSeminar.com for more information or to register. Like CRS on Facebook and follow CRS on Twitter (Hashtag #CRS2016).

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  Matt Watkins   Dec 21, 2015   News   0 Comment   Read More

Amber Hayes Releases Cover of Holiday Classic, “Merry Christmas, Darling”

(Nashville, Tenn. – Nov. 11, 2015) – Country artist Amber Hayes has released her own version of the classic holiday track, “Merry Christmas, Darling.”

Originally recorded by The Carpenters in 1970, “Merry Christmas, Darling” was written by Richard Carpenter and Frank Pooler. The classic song tells a story about going through the holidays without your special someone and dreaming of spending the festive season with them, wherever they are.

Hayes recruited Nashville-based producer Charlie Kelley for helping bring her version to life. Hayes’ sultry vocal accompanied by a classic Country sound sets the Christmas mood and allows the listener to feel the holiday spirit.

“’Merry Christmas, Darling’ has been one of those Christmas songs that I’ve enjoyed performing live throughout the years,” commented Hayes. “I’m a big fan of Karen Carpenter’s voice and the song—it has always been a staple in my Christmas playlist! I hope that fans will enjoy my version and listen to it this upcoming holiday season.”

The song is now available on iTunes, Amazon and other major digital retailers.
“Merry Christmas, Darling” follows the release of Hayes’ song, “Hero’s Heart.” Hayes released the track in honor of her uncle, Command Sergeant Major Bennie G. Adkins, who was awarded the Medal of Honor in 2014. Hayes was in attendance at the White House with her uncle when he was presented with the award, which is the United States of America’s highest military honor. In addition, she released a new EP, Running Out of Memories late last year.

For more information about Amber Hayes, visit her website at www.AmberHayesMusic.com and follow her on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

 

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Edison Research Presents Results Of Country Radio Study At CRS 2016

(Nashville, Tenn. – Nov. 10, 2015) Edison Research will once again present findings of an extensive research study during Country Radio Seminar 2016 on Tuesday, Feb. 8 at 10 a.m. at the Omni Hotel in downtown Nashville, Tenn. Edison’s Larry Rosin and Megan Lazovick will present the study, “What Makes Country Radio Matter?”

Country radio remains the choice of millions of American listeners — even in our world of rapidly growing choices. How can Country radio distinguish itself by being relevant?

What do radio listeners want to hear when your talent cracks the mic?  Is it live?  Is it local? Is it community service? Is it continuous music?

When listeners choose between all of the delivery systems available today, including broadcast radio, streaming services, subscription models, and all the other technologies available: what motivates the decision? Are we their companion by choice, by curation, by convenience, or by default?

This year’s study will answer these questions. As always, Edison’s cameras are there when consumers make their decisions, and their national survey quantifies what listeners want today.

“At a time when there are more delivery systems available for content, this study truly breaks ground in determining the consumers’ primary content desires and especially why they choose radio for that specific content delivery daily across America” said Edison President Larry Rosin.

The new study is the latest in a series of acclaimed Edison/CRS research presentations. Edison surveyed more than 1,500 listeners about their content preferences and conducted dozens of one-on-one interviews in three different markets.

“From my perspective, this year’s study will drill down on what matters between the songs; what content is most relevant to Country listeners.  There will be many takeaways to help guide programmers and marketers,” said Joel Raab, CRS Research Committee Chair.

Country Radio Seminar will be held Monday, February 8, 2016 through Wednesday, February 10, 2016 at the luxurious Omni Nashville, in the heart of downtown Nashville. Register to attend Country Radio Seminar today by visiting www.CountryRadioSeminar.com or by calling the CRS offices at 615-327-4487.

About Country Radio Seminar: Country Radio Seminar is an annual convention designed to educate and promote the exchange of ideas and business practices in the Country music industry, with specific emphasis on issues relevant to Country radio. Country Radio Seminar 2016 is set for Feb. 8-10, 2016 at the Omni Hotel. Visit www.CountryRadioSeminar.com for more information. Like CRS on Facebook and follow CRS on Twitter (Hashtag #CRS2016).

About Edison Research: Edison Research conducts survey research and provides strategic information to a broad array of clients, including Activision, AMC Theatres, Disney, Dolby Laboratories, ESPN, Google, Gulf News, the U.S. International Broadcasting Bureau, Pandora, Samsung, Siemens, SiriusXM, Sonos, Sony, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Time Warner and Yahoo. Edison Research works with many of the largest American radio ownership groups, including Bonneville, Emmis, Entercom, CBS Radio and Radio One. Another specialty for Edison is its work for media companies throughout the world, conducting research in North America, South America, Africa, Asia, and Europe. Edison Research is the sole provider of election exit poll data for the National Election Pool comprised of ABC, CBS, CNN, FOX, NBC and the Associated Press. Edison is also the leading provider of consumer exit polling and has conducted face-to-face research in almost every imaginable venue.

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Dianna Corcoran Announces New Album, In America, And Sets January 29 Release Date

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(Nashville, Tenn. – Nov. 9, 2015) – Country artist Dianna Corcoran will release her debut stateside album, In America, on Jan. 29, 2016.

In America, self- produced by Corcoran and recorded at Nashville’s Ocean Way, Warner and Fool on the Hill Studios, is a 12-track collection of songs that brings the best of Australia’s country flavor stateside.

Infusing pop into Country, Corcoran contributes a unique sound and feel to the genre with her impressive songwriting and agile vocals. From the upbeat fun of “God Did Good” to the subdued, angelic vocals of “A Better Me,” there’s a song for every Country fan.

In America is a collection of true stories,” commented Corcoran. “It’s all real, from the first note to the last raw guitar strum. I hope that by sharing honesty through my music, I’ll have the chance to connect with people across the world.”

Leadoff single “God Did Good” hit radio in August and is available for download on iTunes and Amazon. The upbeat love song features Corcoran’s clever songwriting skills and vocal prowess. With its catchy hook and infectious melody, “God Did Good” sings the praises of Corcoran’s love interest and how ‘God did good’ when he made him. The video, which recently took the No. 1 spot on Taste of Country’s Top 10 video countdown, can be viewed here.

An Australia native, Corcoran is no stranger to success in the Country format. With numerous awards to her name, including two Australian Country Music Association Golden Guitar Awards, Corcoran has proven her talents in Australia and across the globe.

Working extensively in the songwriting community throughout Stockholm, London, Germany, Australia, and the U.S., it was only a matter of time before Corcoran took the leap and brought her Country stardom to America.

Now that Corcoran is here, America and Country music are much better off for it. Country stars better watch out, because it’s Corcoran’s time to shine.

Fans can preorder In America now on iTunes. For interview and mp3 requests, contact Simone Diamond at simone@aristomedia.com.

For more information on Dianna Corcoran, visit her official website at www.DiannaCorcoran.com, and follow her on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

In America Track Listing:
1. GOD DID GOOD (Written by Dianna Corcoran, Jeff Cohen and Kristian Bush)
2. THANK YOU FOR CHEATING ON ME (Written by Dianna Corcoran, Rebecca Lynn Howard and Rachel Thibodeau)
3. BLAME CAROLINA (Written by Dianna Corcoran and Jenn Schott)
4. THERAPY (Written by Dianna Corcoran and Trey Bruce)
5. WHEN THESE WHEELS HIT TENNESSEE (Written by Dianna Corcoran, Jeff Cohen and Kristian Bush)
6. NOT READY TO LOSE with Gary Burr (Written by Dianna Corcoran and Gary Burr)
7. HOLD ON LOVER (Written by Dianna Corcoran, Jeff Cohen and Kristian Bush)
8. FEELS LIKE HOLLYWOOD (Written by Dianna Corcoran, Andrew Fromm and Brian White)
9. OTHER SIDE OF LETTING GO (Written by Dianna Corcoran and Blake Bollinger)
10. GHOST IN THE PASSENGER SIDE (Written by Dianna Corcoran, Ben Stennis and Blake Bollinger)
11. SUGAR (Written by Dianna Corcoran, Jeff Cohen and James Slater)
12. A BETTER ME (Written by Dianna Corcoran and Jeremy Spillman)

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#MeetMeMonday – Christy Walker-Watkins

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christy@aristomedia.com

Q: Tell us about your path to Nashville and working at AristoMedia.
I was born and raised in Nashville, Tenn. I attended Belmont University where I pursued an education in Business Administration with an emphasis in marketing. I started working at The AristoMedia Group in 2003 when I started splitting my time between work and school, serving as an assistant for the PR department. I currently oversee the department and am in my 12th year at AristoMedia.

Q: What is one interesting fact about you?
Growing up I played the drums and thought one day I’d pursue a career as a performer. In case you are wondering, no – I don’t play anymore.

Q: What is your favorite eatery?
I’m not a real “foodie,” but my go-to’s during the week are Taco Mamacita, Midtown Cafe and The Tavern. On the weekends, I like Puffy Muffin or Bricktops. #RIP former favorite spots – Sub Stop, Boscos, Sunset Grill and Sam’s Bar & Grill.

Q: What is your favorite music venue?
City Winery

Q: If you could only pick one, what would be your all-time favorite song?
Right now, I’d have to say it’s “My Wish” by Rascal Flatts – My father, Jeff Walker, chose this song for our father-daughter dance at my wedding. The song went on to have more life and meaning following my dad’s passing in Aug. 2015.

Q: What are some of your hobbies?
Shopping, cooking, photography and camping.

Q: What is your favorite thing to do in Nashville on the weekend?
Spending time with my family, of course, but we enjoy going to the flea market or farmers’ markets around the area. We also enjoy watching the Titans play football.

Q: What is something interesting that is on your bucket list?
I grew up watching game shows on television with my grandmother, so it’s always been something I’ve wanted to have an opportunity to do. My bucket list games are “Wheel of Fortune” or “Price Is Right!”

Q: What is one type of food that you could not live without?
Mexican – I love avocados/guacamole!

Q: What actor would you want to play you in the movie of your life? Why?
If still living, definitely Lucille Ball. However, seeing that is impossible, I would maybe say Jennifer Lawrence or Anna Faris (both are funny, smart and beautiful!).

Q: If you could go anywhere in the world right now, where would you go?
My dad always said he wanted to do an Alaskan cruise. Seeing he wasn’t able to fulfill that dream, I hope to one day go and experience it for him.

Q: What TV or movie series are you obsessed with right now?
“Walking Dead,” “Cutthroat Kitchen,” “Shark Tank,” and “Downton Abbey” once the season returns!

Q: What did you ‘want to be when you grew up’ as a kid?
A marine biologist or a performer.

Q: If time or money weren’t an issue, what would you be doing right now?
I’d be at Disney World— the happiest place on earth!

Q: If you could spend the day with any person (living or deceased), who would it   be?
Definitely my dad – spending one more day and one more sunset in Marco Island. If not him, I’d love to spend a day with Lucille Ball in her working habitat so I could learn from her.

Q: What is your life goal?
To work hard and to make a difference.

Q: What is your favorite joke?

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Favorite thing in your office:
My paintings— they were my husband’s grandmother’s and hung in her home for many years. The colors are still so vibrant, just like her personality was.

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Take a photo of your favorite coffee mug and explain:
The owl symbolizes intuition and wisdom and I find them to be very commanding, very important qualities to have when working in business. Oddly enough, I’ve had owls make a presence in my life following major life changes and I found the sightings to be comforting. I have a set of my own mugs that I use in the mornings for coffee and in the evenings for tea.

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Travis Tritt Tops Nielsen SoundScan Top 200 Catalog Country Albums Chart For 50 Consecutive Weeks

(Nashville, Tenn. – November 6, 2015) Multi-award winning artist, Travis Tritt, has topped the SoundScan Top 200 Catalog Country Albums chart for 50 consecutive weeks with 15 weeks spent at No. 1 and 33 weeks notched in a Top 5 position. Tritt’s compilation album, Very Best of Travis Tritt, which was released in 2007, saw a resurgence of sales that started in Nov. 2014. The 20-track album features some of Tritt’s biggest hits, including “It’s A Great Day To Be Alive,” “Here’s A Quarter,” and “Anymore.”

More than 25 years after Travis Tritt launched his music career, the Southern-rock influenced artist continues to display strong sales activity, sell-out shows, and stay true and relevant to Country music fans across the globe. This year, Tritt has sold out shows and withheld a heavy tour schedule that took him and his band across the country to play for packed out crowds. His heavy tour schedule continues into 2016 with many dates already having been announced. For a list of forthcoming shows, please visit www.TravisTritt.com.

Among Tritt’s 11 studio albums and numerous charted singles are 19 Top 10 hits, including “Modern Day Bonnie and Clyde,” “Love Of A Woman” and “T-R-O-U-B-L-E.” His 25 year career has produced millions in album sales, two Grammy award wins and multiple No. 1 singles on the Country radio charts.

A Marietta, Ga. native, Travis Tritt is dubbed one of “The Class of ‘89,” which included Country music superstars Garth Brooks, Clint Black and Alan Jackson; all whom dominated the charts in the early 90s.

Tritt formed his own label, Post Oak Recordings in 2012 and shortly after released his album The Calm After... Included on the album is a duet with Tritt’s 17-year-old daughter, Tyler Reese. The song, “Sometimes Love Just Ain’t Enough,” is a cover of the 1980s pop hit. Together, they released a video for the track, which is available for viewing here. Four of the songs on the album, co-produced by Randy Jackson, were either written or co-written by Tritt. The Calm After… is currently available on iTunes and other major digital retailers.

For more information on Travis Tritt, visit his website TravisTritt.com and follow him on Twitter and Facebook.

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ASCAP COMMEMORATES COUNTRY RADIO SEMINAR 45TH ANNIVERSARY AT 53RD ANNUAL ASCAP COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS

NASHVILLE, Nov. 6, 2015 — The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) celebrated the 45th anniversary of the Country Radio Seminar (CRS) at its 53rd Annual ASCAP Country Music Awards on Monday, Nov. 2. CRS Executive Director Bill Mayne and former ASCAP executives Judy Harris, owner Judy Harris Music, and Charlie Monk, CRS Director Emeritus, accepted the honor from ASCAP Board Member Barry Coburn.

The Country Radio Seminar was founded in 1969 to connect country radio with the country music industry. Harris and Monk were ASCAP executives who saw value in promoting the growth of country radio. ASCAP hosted the first seven years of planning meetings and ASCAP’s annual songwriter showcases have been among its most popular features.

In recent years, CRS has featured nearly every top artist or group as they were on their way up, from guitar slingers like Keith Urban and Brad Paisley to Jason Aldean, Little Big Town, Miranda Lambert, Luke Bryan, Eric Church and Blake Shelton.

As CRS has grown to become the world’s largest radio conference, so has the number of Country stations, from less than 200 to more than 2,300, with 200 million spins per year.

About Country Radio Seminar:
Country Radio Seminar is an annual convention designed to educate and promote the exchange of ideas and business practices in the Country music industry, with specific emphasis on issues relevant to Country radio. CRS 2016 will be held Feb. 8-10, 2016 at Omni Nashville. Visit www.CountryRadioSeminar.com for more information.

About ASCAP:
The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) is a professional membership organization of songwriters, composers and music publishers of every kind of music. ASCAP’s mission is to license and promote the music of its members and foreign affiliates, obtain fair compensation for the public performance of their works and to distribute the royalties that it collects based upon those performances. ASCAP members write the world’s best-loved music and ASCAP has pioneered the efficient licensing of that music to hundreds of thousands of enterprises who use it to add value to their business – from bars, restaurants and retail, to radio, TV and cable, to Internet, mobile services and more. The ASCAP license offers an efficient solution for businesses to legally perform ASCAP music while respecting the right of songwriters and composers to be paid fairly. With 550,000 members representing more than 10 million copyrighted works, ASCAP is the worldwide leader in performance royalties, service and advocacy for songwriters and composers, and the only American performing rights organization (PRO) owned and governed by its writer and publisher members. www.ascap.com

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#MeetMeMonday – Simone Diamond

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Q: Where is your hometown? And why did you decide to come to Nashville?
I was born and raised in Columbia, MO— also known as the home of the Mizzou Tigers. I came to Nashville in 2010 to attend Belmont University for Music Business / Entertainment Industry Studies. I fell in love with this city and haven’t left since!

Q: What is one interesting fact about you?
I’ve always been pretty proud of the fact that I have the same birthday as Harry Potter.

Q: What is your favorite Nashville eatery?
There are far too many to choose just one, but most recently, I haven’t been able to get enough of The Flipside and Two Ten Jack.

Q: What is your favorite music venue? (Anywhere)
I have always had a great experience at The Ryman Auditorium.

Q: If you could only pick one, what would be your all-time favorite song?
That is a near impossible question, but I would say one of my all-time favorite songs is “More Than Anyone” by Gavin DeGraw. I’ve had the chance to see him perform it live flawlessly three times and I just about fall on the floor in tears every time. In a perfect world, I would have Gavin perform it live at my future wedding.

Q: What are some of your hobbies?
I am a major foodie, so I love going out and trying new restaurants. I also love to travel, throw dinner parties for friends, and go to concerts when I have the chance.

Q: What is your favorite thing to do in Nashville on the weekend?
No weekend in Nashville would be complete without brunch.

Q: If you could have any super power, what would it be?
If I could have any super power, I would choose invisibility so I could sneak into any concert my heart desired.

Q: What do you consider your greatest achievement?
I would consider one of my greatest achievements to be gaining the courage to move to Nashville to work towards my dream of being in the music industry. It was difficult to move somewhere where I didn’t know anyone and was away from family and friends, but it has proved to be extremely rewarding so far!

Q: What is something interesting that is on your bucket list?
I’ve been dying to go to Italy so I can finally have my Lizzie McGuire moment and impersonate an Italian pop star.

Q: What is one type of food that you could not live without?
The number of avocados I go through per week is sort of ridiculous. They go well with just about anything.

Q: What actor would you want to play you in the movie of your life? Why?
I think Rachel Bilson would be a good choice because we have similar personalities (also, shoutout to “The O.C.,” which is one of my favorite shows of all time). If Emma Watson and I looked more alike, I might also choose her— she is absolutely flawless.

Q: If you could go anywhere in the world right now, where would you go?
I would love to go back to Napa Valley in California and spend the whole day wine tasting.

Q: How would your friends describe you?
I think my friends would say I have a good sense of humor and can be very passionate about certain things.

Q: What TV or movie series are you obsessed with right now?
Even though I’ve watched it multiple times, I’m currently reliving the “Gilmore Girls” series, while simultaneously listening to the “Gilmore Guys” podcast as I go. Just living and breathing all things Gilmore these days.

Q: What did you ‘want to be when you grew up’ as a kid?
For a long time, I really wanted to become the editor of Seventeen Magazine.

Q: If time or money weren’t an issue, what would you be doing right now?
I haven’t gotten to travel out of the country much yet, so I would travel to all of the cities I’ve been dying to go to. Also, Disney World just because.

Q: What are the top five albums that have shaped your life?
Continuum – John Mayer: This album never gets old. It came out almost ten years ago and I still consistently listen to it. Also, who doesn’t love John Mayer?!
We Sing. We Dance. We Steal Things – Jason Mraz: Jason Mraz is one of the most unique artists I’ve ever listened to and is an amazing live performer. I’ve been a consistent fan of his longer than any other artist I listen to, and this particular album really stood out to me as one of his best.
A Little Bit Longer – Jonas Brothers: Not only do I have a weakness for boy bands of all kinds, but this particular group/album is, surprisingly, what inspired me to want to get into the music business.
Stories To Tell – Dave Barnes: This particular artist/album is what got me into the whole Nashville singer/songwriter genre, leading me to listen to other similar artists such as Ben Rector, Steve Moakler, Matt Wertz, etc.
The Blessed Unrest – Sara Bareilles: This is just a beautiful album from start to finish and Sara Bareilles’ voice is perfection.

Q: A television show you can’t miss, but hate to admit you watch:
“Keeping Up With The Kardashians” is definitely my guilty pleasure. Kourtney is my spirit animal and interior design inspiration.

Q: If you could spend the day with any person (living or deceased), who would it   be?
I would love to spend the day with Amy Poehler because she is the ultimate female role model and it would be a guaranteed good time.

Q: What is your favorite joke?
Why does Snoop Dogg carry an umbrella?
Fo drizzle.

Daily necessities in your desk drawer, pocket, or purse:
I can’t get through my day without my water bottle, headphones, EOS lip balm and hand sanitizer.

Favorite thing in your office:
I have a weakness for pretty office supplies, so I really love my Kate Spade pencil cup and my Rifle Paper Company desk calendar. My cute tape dispenser and stapler are also a plus.

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Take a photo of your favorite coffee mug and explain:
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Noah Galloway Announced As CRS 2016 Featured Speaker

(Nashville, TN – Oct. 30, 2015) – Former United States Army soldier, motivational speaker, and “Dancing With The Stars” season 20 contestant, Noah Galloway, will be one of the featured speakers at Country Radio Seminar 2016. Galloway will address CRS attendees on February 9 from 9 – 9:50 a.m. CT and will share with attendees how he has overcome his life’s challenge of living with a major injury he endured during the Iraq War.A native of Birmingham, Ala., Sergeant Galloway was assigned the first of the 502nd Infantry of the 101st Airborne Division out of Fort Campbell, Ky. during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Just three months into his second tour of duty, he experienced a life-changing injury during an Improvised Explosive Device attack and lost his left arm above the elbow and his left leg above the knee.

Galloway publicly overcame his disability and became a contestant on the ABC-hit series, “Dancing With The Stars,” where he was paired with Sharna Burgess and finished in third place. He’s guest appeared on numerous national talk shows including “Ellen,” “The Today Show” and “Good Morning America.”

This will be the first time that Galloway has been a part of Country Radio Seminar.

CRS 2016 will be held Monday, February 8, 2016 through Wednesday, February 10, 2016 at the luxurious Omni Nashville, in the heart of downtown Nashville. Register to attend Country Radio Seminar today by visiting www.CountryRadioSeminar.com or by calling the CRS offices at 615-327-4487.

About Country Radio Seminar: Country Radio Seminar is an annual convention designed to educate and promote the exchange of ideas and business practices in the Country music industry, with specific emphasis on issues relevant to Country radio. Country Radio Seminar 2016 is set for Feb. 8-10, 2016 at the Omni Hotel. Visit www.CountryRadioSeminar.com for more information. Like CRS on Facebook and follow CRS on Twitter (Hashtag #CRS2016).

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