Chris Stapleton & Ashley McBryde Join Fender Play Foundation
Two of country music’s trailblazing stars are lending their names to a worthy cause. Chris Stapleton and Ashley McBryde have thrown their support behind historic guitar company Fender, and will serve as artist ambassadors for its newly instituted Fender Play Foundation.The foundation aims to support youth music education by providing gear for schools and other educational institutions, as well as offering music instruction, both in-person and online.
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2019 CMA Nominations
CMA Nominations Announced, Chris is nominated for:
- Entertainer of the Year
- Male Vocalist of the Year
- Single of the Year with ‘Millionaire’
Click HERE for a complete list of nominees
Watch The 53rd Annual CMA Awards hosted by Carrie Underwood, Reba McEntire, and Dolly Parton set to air November 13th at 8/7c on ABC!
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Heal The Music Day
On October 18, 2019, led by Grammy-winning musician Rodney Crowell, Music Health Alliance (MHA) looks to the music community to provide financial support for its critical and life-saving free services during the 3rd annual Heal The Music Day. ACME Feed & Seed, Gary Allan, Dierks Bentley, John Berry, Camel Express Car Wash, Rosanne Cash, Rodney Crowell, Kris Wiatr & Associates, Girlilla Marketing, Amy Grant, Emmylou Harris, Michael McIntosh, Monarch Publicity, Dr. Eilleen Sietz, Chris & Morgane Stapleton, Warner Chappell Music Publishing, Jay & Katherine Williams and Yazoo Brewing Company have already joined the Heal The Music Day movement in support of their fellow musicians and music industry colleagues.
Become a Heal The Music Day partner and learn more at: MusicHealthAlliance.com/heal-the-music-day. Donate to Music Health Alliance at: MusicHealthAlliance.com/donate-to-heal
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Chris Stapleton Surprises HAbitat For Humanity with $10,000 Donation
Big voiced country star Chris Stapleton has put his even-bigger heart on display, donating $10,000 to the Lexington, Kentucky chapter of Habitat for Humanity. It’s not the first time the “Tennessee Whiskey” hitmaker has stepped up to help his childhood community. Back in 2016 he gifted $57,000 in musical instruments to Paintsville’s Johnson Central High School — where he used to attend — giving a boost the local music program with the help of Ram Trucks and ACM’s Lifting Lives program.
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