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CMA World GlobaLive in Nashville

CMA World GlobaLive in Nashville

In 90+ degree temperature the audience in the Walk of Fame
Park was sitting leisurely on benches, under tents or simply on the lawn
enjoying the musically and visually attractive performances by professional
country music acts from around the globe. Several bands were from as far away
as from Australia. The audience was composed of more nationalities than Americans
as well: when CMA’s CEO Sarah Trahern asked them how many were from a foreign
country, you could hear approximately half of the crowd shouting, cheering and
applauding.
In this showcase for international country music artists,
they were given twenty-two minutes to shine, and shine they did on the
appropriately GlobaLive banner framed Belk Stage at the Walk of Fame Park. Each
band had three to four songs on their set list and they used the time well to prove
to the world they are worthy of playing in Nashville. So they are. One of the
artists from Canada, Madeline Merlo, attracted more people to the park and to
stand closer to the stage. She has received a BCCMA (British Columbia Country
Music Association) Award nomination and as far as nominations and awards, all
the artists performing were either awardees in their respective homeland or
have reached other kind of well deserved fame. Or all the above. Any fan of
contemporary country music would definitely have walked away pleased from
attending this concert.
To accompany musical flavors, in the park for this special
occasion were vendors serving food from different parts of the world.
Shelley Ridge for Country Music News International Magazine

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