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NEW RELEASES: LE RETOUR DE CELINE (UPDATE)
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THE GRAMMY NOMINATIONS
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U.K. SPECIAL
Forget Brexit--it's our yearly survey of doings in Blighty. And if you still can't forget Brexit, try drinking.
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Music City
A GRAND OLE OVATION
10/22/19

Warner Music Nashville’s breakout artist Ingrid Andress debuted at the Grand Ole Opry last week. Andress performed the acclaimed single “More Hearts Than Mine,” which was met with a standing ovation, and “Lady Like,” among other songs. Andress is due to kick off her headlining tour with a sold-out show at NYC’s Rockwood Music Hall on 10/30.

The Lady Like Tour Part II runs through December and stops in cities like Boston, San Diego and Philadelphia. Andress will return to Music City in February to join Blake Shelton, Chris Stapleton, and Tanya Tucker, among others, for Keith Urban’s All for the Hall Benefit Concert at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena.

Pictured above just before awaiting their close-up from Ken Burns are (l-r) bluejacket’s Founder/CEO Blythe Scokin, WMN’s SVP Artist Development Shane Tarleton, Grand Ole Opry’s Director of Talent and Logistics Gina Keltner, Andress, Jeannie Seely and WMN Chairman/CEO John Esposito.