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Friday, April 18, 2014

WIN A $50.00 PREPAID VISA CARD AS OUR WAY OF SAYING THANK YOU

The winner of the "Pay It Forward" $50.00 Pre-Paid Visa Gift Card is Jay C. Wheater! We'll contact you via email! Congratulations!
THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED



It's Good Friday and we want to make it really good for you! As a personal thank you for supporting us and supporting the artists that we help, we're giving away a $50.00 pre-paid Visa gift card to one of you so you can spend it on merchandise, concert tickets or whatever you want! We want you to know we appreciate your being here and we don't take it for granted.

There is basically only one condition to enter - you have to follow us on Twitter or "Like" us on Facebook. Once you've done one or both of the above, simply leave a comment on Facebook under the giveaway post saying "I believe in paying it forward" or Tweet "I Believe in Paying it Forward @LovinLyrics". Simple! If you're not doing at least one of the two things above, you will not qualify as this is strictly for supporters and not just random people who aren't a part of what we do or who don't support what we do. We keep track so we'll know if you just followed us to get the card. We believe in paying it forward to those who pay it forward for those who create the music.

We'll choose the winner at midnight tonight ET! Good luck!


WRNS DOGWOOD BASH FEATURING COLE SWINDELL, THE SWON BROTHERS, AND EMILY MINOR


Advance ticket purchase available at Town Hall office or Buy Now
No Hard Liquor or Fortified Wine
No glass containers of any type will be permitted inside the concert venue 
All Coolers, Bags, Strollers and Carry-In Items will be Checked

Located in the heart of eastern North Carolina, the community of Farmville has proudly hosted the Farmville Dogwood Festival for the past 25 years. The festival is held each April on the town commons. The manicured lawn of the commons is dotted with stately oaks, azaleas, dogwoods and a burst of color from annuals and perennials. Visitors make an annual pilgrimage to Farmville to reunite with family and friends.

The Dogwood Festival has been honored as a legacy festival by the Library of Congress. The festival proudly reaches across all demographics to provide a weekend of entertainment that appeals to all patrons. Most of the festival guests live in a 50 mile radius of Farmville. Festival attendance has been estimated in some years at over 30,000.

The center of the commons features the arts and crafts pavilion. It is the focal point of the festival, displaying the artistic talents and workmanship of the artisans of eastern North Carolina. These wares are available for sale to the public. The festival committee carefully selects artisans that compliment each other and provide a diverse array of craftsmanship. Examples of past artisan wares have included woodworking, stained glass, pottery, jewelry, framed artwork, photography, soaps and many other handcrafted treasures.

Surrounding the pavilion is a number of venues that accent the town commons. Nearby is the gazebo which displays a constant stream of local musical talent. The Kids Cool Fest tent provides the youth an opportunity to create crafts and to have fun, all free of charge. Lining the street are food vendors providing a potpourri of delicacies. Behind the town hall are rides provided by Michaels Amusements that appeal to all ages. The ball field is where our headline musical acts perform at night for festival patrons.

CLICK HERE FOR FULL WEEKEND SCHEDULE


LONESTAR TO HEADLINE SALUTE TO AMERICA CONCERT ON MAY 24 IN BELTON, TX


Lonestar will headline the Salute To America Concert during Memorial Day weekend in Belton, TX. Admission is free, but attendeees must have a ticket. The series of concerts will continue in Grand Junction, CO in June and Chicago in August, with additional dates and cities to be announced. The shows are designed to recognize veterans, active military and their families in cooperation with A Soldier's Wish, which raises funds for support. Click here for more information.

BUCKY COVINGTON RELEASES “BUZZIN” TO COUNTRY RADIO MARKING HIS FIRST SINGLE AS AN INDEPENDENT ARTIST




PRESS RELEASE

Nashville, TN…(April 17, 2014)…Country music star Bucky Covington is thrilled to release his first single as an independent artist, “BUZZIN,” to country radio. “BUZZIN,” the lead single from Bucky’s current project expected out later this year, is the perfect summer-time theme song, written by Brad Hull and produced by Covington himself and Dale Oliver. The song delivers to country radio this week via PlayMPE and CDX, and brings Covington’s fans a new and exciting side twist to his vocal style.

After deciding to go independent last year, 2014 is starting off great for Bucky Covington. He is currently in studio wrapping up his new independent project, which he is co-producing with Grammy nominated Dale Oliver, and gearing up for upcoming tour dates. Covington plans to release an EP showcasing his new sound in the fall, coincidentally around the same time of the expected birth of his first child.

A determined, talented, and genuine artist, Bucky began his career with 3 consecutive top 10 hits, including "A Different World," "I'll Walk," and "It's Good To Be Us," with his self-titled debut album releasing at #1 and marking the highest first week sales of any artist that year, and going on to become the best selling debut artist that year. The video for Covington's last single "Drinking Side Of Country," a duet with Shooter Jennings that Covington wrote and co-produced, garnered over 2 million hits on YouTube within 72 hours of premiering. Bucky is currently touring nationwide and gearing up for the release of his single "Buzzin." In addition to competing on the 5th Season of American Idol, Bucky's national television appearances include Good Morning America, Live With Kelly, The Tonight Show, Fox & Friends, and many more. 

To learn more about Bucky Covington and see upcoming tour dates, connect with him at BuckyCovington.com, on Facebook , or on Twitter @BuckyCovington.