On Tuesday, May 7th, American singer-songwriter, and longtime lead vocalist of Hootie & the Blowfish, Darius Rucker, will recieve the Harry Chapin Memorial Humanitarian Award at the 2019 Music Biz Awards and Hall of Fame dinner at the JW Marriott in downtown Nashville. Created in 1981, this award recognizes artists and musicians for their philanthropic and charity work, and honors the legacy of Harry Chapin - A Folk-Rock singer-songwriter who fought to end world hunger, received Congressional Gold Medal in 1987, and co-founded the charitable organization World Hunger Year.
Diagnosed with terminal ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease) last year, Nashville singer/songwriter Bryan Wayne released a 14-song album as a parting gift to his family, the ALS community and all of his friends within the music industry who continue to make his dreams come to life through this final, beautiful season.
In an interview about his touching story, Wayne said, "I made this record, because I knew with ALS that I'd lose my voice and I wanted my wife and boys, along with friends and family to hear me singing forever no matter what." He added, "So many people have asked me over the years when...
On Wednesday night February 6th, Dickson County experienced one of the most powerful storms this season, bringing in 3-6 inches of rain and ultimately causing five water rescues, flooded residences, closed roads, and two tornado warnings. Among those affected was David Ray, producer and long-time friend of TheRealBigSmo. Before the storm hit, the two had been in the studio working on a new project and were looking forward to what their colaboration would bring. Little did they know, the devestation that day would bring.
Yesterday, TheRealBigSmo posted to Facebook stating:
Aside from being the talk of the Super Bowl LIII Pepsi Halftime Show, Adam Levine's generous donation of $500,000 to the Big Brothers and Sisters of America has generated lots of publicity and touched the hearts of many.
On Tuesday, January 29th, the NFL and Interscope Records along with Super Bowl halftime performers Maroon 5, announced that Adam Levine decided to contribute $500,000 to a special cause which he stated, "will have a major impact for children across the country." In a later interview Levine went on to say, "playing the Super Bowl has been a dream of our band for a long time. We thank...