Jack White’s Third Man Records is running the Great Third Man Turkey Drive to aid the Nashville Rescue Mission’s annual turkey drive. The Nashville Rescue Mission aims to collect 1,o00 turkeys and other Thanksgiving food.
Each person donating a turkey at Third Man Records and Novelties will receive a 7″ of their choice. The offer exclude limited edition and specialty discs. A photo of the donator will also be added to Third Man’s wall of fame. To further up the ante, the donator who gives the most turkeys will get a rare Dead Weather Driple Decker record.
Third Man Records will also accept up to $25 of non-perishable food items and/or winter clothing in lieu of a turkey.
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Sea Gayle Records/Arista Nashville recording artist Jerrod Niemann and has teamed with online music service FratMusic to offer a selection of songs for college students to celebrate the launch of Niemann’s new single, “Drink To That All Night.” Personally crafted by Niemann, the “Drink To That All Night” playlist features songs of all styles, available on FratMusic’s popular smartphone app.
Founded at the University of Virginia in 2010, FratMusic provides the soundtrack for college parties, tailgates, and late-night dance sessions across the United States.
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Texas performer SaraBeth is preparing to hit the road with Country group Lonestar for select cities of the tour that kicks off Feb. 6 in Scottsdale, Ariz. Circle S Records released her debut album, Anything Is Possible, this month, featuring 13 brand new tracks.
For a full list of tour dates, visit sarabethmusic.com.
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Sarah Darling has teamed with her longtime Musical Director Steve Gibson for a four song Christmas E.P., Have A Merry Little Christmas Darling. The project will release on iTunes on Tuesday, Nov. 19.
The EP will feature the classics “The Christmas Song,” “I’ll Be Home For Christmas,” “Silent Night,” and a cover of Joni Mitchell’s “River.”
In other Darling news, it is confirmed that the singer-songwriter wed graphic designer James Muriel during an informal ceremony in April 2013. The newlyweds are planning a large Nashville wedding in May 2014.
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