Brentwood Benson recently signed Kevin Max to a publishing agreement. Kevin is former member of multi-platinum group dcTalk and is now frontman for the newly reformed Audio Adrenaline, which is currently working on a new album.
The new video for the group’s single “Kings & Queens” is available here. The video was shot in Haiti in support of Hands & Feet whose mission is to “… care for the orphaned and abandoned children of the world..”
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EMI Records Nashville artist Kelleigh Bannen made her Grand Ole Opry debut last Friday, October 5th. She performed her current single, “Sorry On The Rocks,” as well as “Why Now Why.” Her debut album, produced by Paul Worley and Jerry Smith, will be released next year.
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ASCAP hosted two unique showcases across Music City in early October. The first, held on Monday, October 1st at Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville in downtown Nashville, became the fourth installment of ASCAP’s AMPED showcase series. Songwriter-artists Austin Jenckes, Madeleine Slate and Allison Veltz each took the stage to play 30-minute sets in front of an industry audience.
On Wednesday, October 3rd, The Bluebird Café set the stage to showcase the talents of the ASCAP Guidance from Publishers for Songwriters (GPS) Project’s class of 2012. The twelve participants performed on the Bluebird’s stage in the “songwriters in the row” format, and included Hannah Dasher, Jordan Dean, Jason Duke, Jen Foster, Kenny Foster, Ward Guenther, Ryan Hurd, Dustin James, John King, Sandy Lawrence, Emily Lynch and Graci Phillips.
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