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Arista Nashville singer/songwriter Seth Ennis made his Grand Ole Opry debut at the end of 2016 with a performance of "Woke Up in Nashville" at the Ryman Auditorium that was introduced by none other than the Grammy-winning Opry members of Little Big Town.
Seen hoping they'll know where they wake up tomorrow (after a few celebratory toasts) are Sony Music Nashville Senior Director A&R Taylor Lindsey, CAA's Marc Dennis and Sabrina Butera, Ennis, Opry VP & GM Pete Fisher, Sandbox Entertainment President/CEO Jason Owen and SMN Chairman/CEO Randy Goodman.
By the way, since release, “Woke Up In Nashville,” which the 24-year-old artist co-wrote and co-produced, has earned 2.2m total streams, been downloaded 22k+ times and has seen an average of 10 single sales per radio airplay spins to date.
And... you can catch Ennis on tour with Florida Georgia Line from February to April. How 'bout that?