LOS ANGELES, Calif. –Billboard opined last month comedian, actor and best-selling author Sebastian Maniscalco “is starting the new year at the top of the comedy game,” when announcing he would be taking the Madison Square Garden stage on Saturday, January 19, 2019. They weren’t wrong. Additional shows sold out as quickly as they were added. Dubbed “one of standup comedy's breakthrough performers” in a recent CBS Sunday Morning profile, and “the comedian’s comedian” by PEOPLE, Maniscalco is set to perform four shows at the famous venue (three of them already sold out) Jan. 19-20.
October 10 was a special day for songwriter and powerhouse vocalist Mitchell Tenpenny as he celebrated the announcement of his debut major-label album, Telling All My Secrets, at The Cowan at Topgolf. For Tenpenny, who was born and raised in Nashville, it was a ‘full-circle moment’ where he performed six songs off of his forthcoming Riser House/Columbia Nashville record including Top 15-and-climbing smash single “Drunk Me,” for which he was presented with his first gold plaque. Telling All My Secrets will be available everywhere on December 14, 2018.
October is proving to be a whirlwind month for pop-soul singer/songwriter Patrick Droney. Last night (Oct. 11), Droney’s song “High Hope” off his debut, self-titled EP appeared on ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy.”
Eighteen months ago, singer, songwriter and syndicated radio personality Chuck Wicks was looking at a very different reality than the one that exists today. Following a nearly-fatal car crash that left Wicks with a broken neck, he could barely muster the strength to raise his head. His dedication, rehabilitation, perseverance and a new outlook on life helped the former athlete return not only with the strength to compete as one of only 11 contenders in NBC’s “IRONMAN: Quest For Kona,” yet it also led to a ‘why wait?’ mentality for the recording artist. With that lust for life fully embraced, Wicks returns with his first new music in nearly two years, “Better Than Flowers,” released everywhere tomorrow (Oct. 12).
For a girl that was supposedly going nowhere, Ashley McBryde has been taking her music everywhere over the past year. Since the release of her major label debut Girl Going Nowhere in March, the artist that NPR called “one of the genre’s most important new voices” has been all over the U.S. on her first-ever headlining The Girl Going Nowhere Tour and recently made a return trip across the pond to play a few select dates with Luke Combs in the U.K., having been named one of Rolling Stone’s highlights of C2C Festival in London earlier in the year.
Nashville native Mitchell Tenpenny burst onto the scene earlier this year, as Billboard predicted, when his RIAA-certified Gold single, “Drunk Me” hit airwaves across the country. The breakthrough song has earned more than 77 million on-demand streams tracking 3 million a week, and has surpassed 500,000 units of downloads in the U.S. Now, the Riser House/Columbia Nashville artist is ready to formally introduce himself to fans with his debut album, Telling All My Secrets, available everywhere Friday, Dec. 14, 2018.
Ryman Auditorium guests will soon have a new way to enjoy shows and concerts as the historic entertainment venue launches Ryman Premium Pass, an exciting ticket upgrade option available beginning today, October 10, 2018.
Following overwhelming success of 18 “Strait to Vegas” shows with two more approaching this December, the superstar known worldwide as The King of Country, George Strait, will return back to T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas with special guest Ashley McBryde for two shows on February 1 and 2, 2019. Tickets go on sale Friday, Oct. 19 at 10 am local time via www.StraitToVegas.com.