Campbell joins Abby Anderson, Bailey Bryan, Cassadee Pope and the Sisterhood Band for “CMT’s Next Women of Country,” a night of conversation and performances highlighting new female country artists. CMT executive Leslie Fram hosts the showcase and discussion, and the program will be streamed live.
Womack plays the main stage for CMA Fest, the same night as Chris Stapleton and Keith Urban. She will perform songs from her “bound for the country canon” (NPR) latest album, The Lonely, The Lonesome & The Gone (ATO), as well as her deep catalog of country hits.
The singer, rapper and writer who has made a career of bucking genres and defying expectations adds a newly found orchestral influence to her theatrical and unapologetically bold live show. The member of the Doomtree hip-hop collective performs “enormously relatable and compelling … badass” (AV Club) tracks from her Chime album with “incredible gravitas, presence … and humanity” (NPR All Songs Considered) and a full band.
Cauthen releases new album Have Mercy (Lightning Rod Records) the same day he makes his Opry debut. Uproxx declares “his live show really is unmissable,” and the “muscular voiced outlaw” (LA Times) recently toured with Margo Price, Elle King and Ryan Bingham. Cauthen opens dates for Shakey Graves this summer and was named a "Best of SXSW 2018" by Rolling Stone, Garden & Gun, CMT and more.
The “muscular voiced outlaw” (LA Times) plays the George Dickel Tennessee Whisky Porch Sessions the day after the release of new album Have Mercy (6/22 via Lighting Rod Records). UPROXX declared that “his live show really is unmissable.” Cauthen recently toured with Margo Price, Elle King and Ryan Bingham and is opening for Shakey Graves this summer. He was named a "Best of SXSW 2018" by Rolling Stone, Garden & Gun, CMT and more.
Campbell, the daughter and collaborator of the late Glen Campbell, performs as part of Studio Tenn’s “The Glen Campbell Legacy: A Musical Tribute to the Rhinestone Cowboy.” She performs both nights with brothers Shannon and Cal Campbell.
This Nashville band’s “high-energy garage rock” (Rolling Stone), featuring Nick Brown’s “beautiful, thrusting snarl” (New York Times), has taken them many places: the UK Top 40; tour dates with Robert Plant, Arcade Fire, Kings Of Leon and Noel Gallagher; festivals around the world; and TV appearances on The Tonight Show, Conan and Jools Holland. They play NAMM’s Reverb Stage on the Terrace ahead of new album Soldier On (6/22 via Bright Antenna Records).