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Country Radio Seminar 2020 – Photo Highlights

Country Radio Seminar (CRS) 2020 ended on Friday, Feb. 21, producing unforgettable moments and many exciting events.

The
three-day seminar wrapped, leaving attendees talking about the
memorable performances, panels, sessions, and workshops that featured
some of the industry’s most inspirational leaders, legendary artists,
and bright rising stars. While several of CRS’s most popular events
returned, such as Amazon Presents: “Country Heat at CRS,” Warner Music Nashville’s Luncheon, Bob Kingsley’s Acoustic Alley, “Team UMG” at the Ryman, the Country Music Hall of Fame’s
“In Harmony: CRS at the Museum” in partnership with Sony Music
Nashville, Big Machine Label Group’s Luncheon, New Faces of Country
Music Show and Dinner,
and the newly added CRS 2020 Ping Pong Showdown.

Country
radio’s biggest event of the year will return in 2021, set for
Wednesday, Feb. 17 through Friday, Feb. 19. Registration for next year’s
event will open later this year.

Photo Highlights for CRS 2020 are below:

The CRS 2020 New Faces of Country Music® Show closed out the 3-day event, with performances by (L to R) Riley Green (BMLGR), Mitchell Tenpenny (Riser House/Columbia Nashville) Ingrid Andress (Atlantic/WMN), Runaway June (Wheelhouse), and Morgan Evans (Warner/WEA). |Photo Credit is: Courtesy of CRS / Kayla Schoen Photography|

The 2nd Annual Warner Music Nashville (WMN) Kickoff Luncheon took place at Country Radio Seminar (CRS) 2020. Kenny Chesney headlined the luncheon, which also featured performances by Gabby BarrettShy Carter, Chris JansonCody JohnsonAshley McBryde, and Michael Ray. | Photo Credit is: Courtesy of CRS / Kayla Schoen Photography|

During the Warner Music Nashville Lunch, Kenny Chesney was honored with the Artist Humanitarian Award, sponsored by Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. | Photo Credit is: Courtesy of CRS / Kayla Schoen Photography |

Kelsea Ballerini performed at the third annual “Amazon Music Presents: Country Heat at CRS,” held Feb. 19 at Omni Nashville. Other artists on the lineup included Niko Moon (RCA Nashville), Gabby Barrett (Warner Music Nashville), Jon Langston (32 Bridge Entertainment/EMI Records Nashville), and The Cadillac Three (Big Machine Records). | Photo Credit is: Courtesy of CRS / Kayla Schoen Photography

Superstar vocal group, Rascal Flatts appeared at Country Radio Seminar 2020.  Rascal Flatts: 20 Years Of Country Radio Success was held Feb. 19 at Nashville’s Omni Hotel, and was sponsored by the Country Music Association (CMA).  Sarah Trahern, Chief Executive Officer for CMA, conducted the in-depth Q&A with the trio.|Photo Credit is: Courtesy of CRS / Kayla Schoen Photography 

EMI Nashville’s Eric Church served as a CRS 2020 keynote speaker on Feb. 20.  Publisher/CEO of Country Aircheck and host of Westwood One’s Country Countdown USA, and 2020 Tom Rivers Humanitarian Award recipient, Lon Helton, steered the rare and exclusive Q&A session. | Photo Credit is: Courtesy of CRS / Kayla Schoen Photography

Hit songwriters, artists, and CRS 2020 attendees came together to honor and remember the late Bob Kingsley during the annual “Bob Kingsley’s Acoustic Alley,” ThursdayFeb. 20at CRS. Pictured here: Garth Brooks at Bob Kingsley’s Acoustic Alley, where he announced to Nan Kingsley that this part of CRS would forever be known as Bob Kingsley’s Acoustic Alley. | Photo Credit is: Courtesy of CRS / Kayla Schoen Photography

A rare, hour-long keynote session with 27-time ACM and 13-time CMA award winner, Miranda Lambert, moderated by Cindy Watts, was
held on Feb. 19. Lambert spoke about her career, her songwriting
process, and gave an intimate acoustic performance. Pictured above are
CRB/CRS Executive Director RJ Curtis, Miranda Lambert, and Cindy Watts.
|Photo Credit is: Courtesy of CRS / Kayla Schoen Photography

Carrie Underwood was
among the list of featured artist interviews held during Country Radio
Seminar 2020.  Sponsored by BMI, Underwood spoke about her story during
“Find Your Path,” a Q&A session held on Feb. 21 and moderated by Beverlee Brannigan and CRB/CRS Executive Director, RJ Curtis.
| Photo Credit is: Courtesy of CRS / Kayla Schoen Photography

Florida Georgia Linekicked off Friday’s Big Machine Label Group luncheon, held Feb. 21 during Country Radio Seminar 2020.  Other artists on the lineup included Lady Antebellum, Danielle Bradbery, Payton Smith, and Avenue Beat. |Photo Credit is: Courtesy of CRS / Kayla Schoen Photography| Download Here

About Country Radio Seminar: Country
Radio Seminar is an annual convention designed to educate and promote
the exchange of ideas and business practices in the Country music
industry, with specific emphasis on issues relevant to Country Radio.
Country Radio Seminar 2020 was held Feb. 19-21 at the Omni Nashville
Hotel. For more information, visit www.CountryRadioSeminar.com, and follow CRS on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Additional information can be obtained by calling 615-327-4487.

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