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HITS LIST SLIPS
INTO SUMMER
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Redrawing the Mason-Dixon Line (5/24a)
THE NEW UMG
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TIKTOK BANNED!
Unless the Senate manages to make this whole thing go away, that is.
THE NEW HUGE COUNTRY ACT
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TRUMP'S CAMPAIGN PLAYLIST
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Music City
YOUR RACING UPDATE
8/8/22

It was a big weekend for music and racing at the Big Machine Music City Grand Prix.

BMLG President/CEO/Founder, race car driver and team owner Scott Borchetta finished third on Saturday during the Big Machine Spiked Cooler Challenge in the Trans Am 2 series on the streets of downtown.

Not long after joining the podium, Borchetta also announced that Adam Andretti—who finished fourth in the race—will make his NASCAR Xfinity Series debut at the Charlotte Roval in North Carolina on 10/8, driving the No. 48 Spiked Coolers Chevrolet Camaro.

Meanwhile on the stage, Tim McGraw performed on Saturday night during Grand Prix. Prior to the show, the country star was presented with a plaque to celebrate his latest #1 Country radio hit, “7500 OBO.”

Fans can check out the broadcast of the race, presented by Big Machine Vodka SPIKED Coolers and Race for RP, on CBS Sports Network on 8/13 at 7:30pm ET.

Seen just before hopping in Borchetta’s Ferrari for their own victory lap are BMLG artist Mackenzie Carpenter; Big Machine Records’ GM Clay Hunnicutt; BMLG’s EVP of Creative Sandi Borchetta; Scott Borchetta; iHeart's Rod Phillips and Robert Kennedy.

Gathered for this photo-op before crowd-surfing to the racetrack are Big Machine Records’ Kris Lamb, songwriter Matt McGinn, Borchetta, songwriter Jennifer Schott, McGraw and Hunnicutt.