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BMLG GOES BIG AT CRS LUNCHEON
2/25/22

BMLG wrapped CRS week on a high note, as Chairman/CEO Scott Borchetta presented new music and celebrated career milestones from Lady A, Carly Pearce, Riley Green, Callista Clark, Jackson Dean, Tiera Kennedy, Conner Smith and Laci Kaye Booth during the luncheon welcoming at the Omni hotel in downtown Nashville.

Booth kicked off the function with a Fleetwood Mac cover, before Smith performed “Learn from It” from his latest album, Didn’t Go Too Far, followed by a performance of Kennedy’s “Found It in You” and Dean’s “Don’t Come Lookin’.”

Clark premiered two tracks, “Gave It Back Broken” and “Brave Girl,” while chart-topper and ACM Award-winner Greenplayed his first Country radio #1, “There Was This Girl,” and platinum-certified “I Wish Grandpas Never Died.”

Reigning CMA Awards Female Vocalist of the Year Pearce performed three tracks from 29: Written in Stone, including “29,” “What He Didn’t Do” and Top 15 and rising duet with Ashley McBryde, “Never Wanted to Be That Girl,” which the pair will perform at the ACMs—where Pearce is up for four noms—on 3/7.

Current ACM Awards Group of the Year nominee Lady A closed out the show by playing #1 hits like “Champagne Night” and “What If I Never Get Over You,” as well as “Worship What I Hate” and their latest single “What a Song Can Do,” the latter serving as the title track of their eighth studio album.

Pictured before sneaking leftover food to-go are (l-r) Back Row: Smith, Kennedy, Booth, Dean; Middle Row: The Valory Music Co.’s President George Briner, Lady A’s Dave Haywood, Clark, Green, Big Machine Records’ Clay Hunnicutt; Front Row (L-R): Lady A’s Charles Kelley, BMLG Records’ GM Jimmy Harnen, Lady A’s Hillary Scott, BMLG’s Borchetta, Pearce and CRB’s Kurt Johnson.

Photo Credit: Jason Kempin/Getty Images for BMLG