Article: CMA To Be Featured On Public Television’s ‘Front And Center’ Series

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June 19, 2014

COUNTRY MUSIC ASSOCIATION (CMA) will present two concerts on PUBLIC TELEVISION’s “FRONT AND CENTER” series this FALL.

The first episode will feature performances by LADY ANTEBELLUM and special guests, as they perform past hits and new music from their upcoming album. They will share stories from the road, the writing room, and events that inspired their songs.

The second episode will celebrate the 10th Anniversary of “CMA SONGWRITERS SERIES CELEBRATION” with performances by DIERKS BENTLEY, along with songwriters JIM BEAVERS, ROSS COPPERMAN, BRETT JAMES, and JON RANDALL.

“What began as a discussion to highlight the 10th anniversary of the CMA SONGWRITERS SERIES is evolving into what we believe can be a long-term partnership that not only highlights the SONGWRITERS SERIES and our songwriter community on an ongoing basis, but also provides a platform to reach a wider audience through PBS,” said CMA CEO SARAH TRAHERN.

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