(Nashville, TN – Jan. 5, 2015) –
Monday, Jan. 12 is the deadline to purchase $499 regular rate
registrations for Country Radio Seminar 2015. The on-site rate will take
effect on Jan. 13, increasing registrations to $599 per person.
CRS 2015 agenda includes more than 20 educational panels and
presentations by industry-leading speakers, including entrepreneur Todd Wagner, leadership and team development coach, Lori Addicks, and Shazam CEO, Rich Riley. In addition, several of the format’s biggest acts will appear as featured speakers, including Keith Urban and the 2015 Artist Humanitarian Award recipient, Lady Antebellum,
who will appear on “How 3 Become 1: Lady Antebellum.” The panel,
scheduled forThursday, Feb. 26 at 10 a.m., will discuss how the three
balance their talents and creativity to form one song, one album, and
ultimately, one band.
CRS 2015 agenda highlights include a major research presentations by
Edison Research, two label luncheons and performances, Acoustic Alley
(sponsored by Bob Kingsley and co-sponsored by SunTrust Bank), the CRS
keynote address, the popular New Faces of Country Music Show Dinner and Performance (co-sponsored by the Academy of Country Music and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital) and much more.
As previously announced, Friday’s New Faces of Country Music Show will feature performances by Frankie Ballard (Warner Bros./WAR), Sam Hunt (MCA), Maddie & Tae (Dot), Eric Paslay (EMI) and Cole Swindell (Warner Bros./WAR). Dinner tickets for the 2015 New Faces show are sold out. Seating only admission is still available. Registrants will receive seating only admission to the CRS New Faces of Country Music Show on a first-come, first-serve basis until the seating only area is sold-out.