MV2 ENTERTAINMENT CELEBRATES CMA AWARDS WEEK IN NASHVILLE
NASHVILLE – MV2 Entertainment’s artists, songwriters, and executives celebrated Country Music’s Biggest Night over two days in Nashville.
Award-winning songwriter and artist Terry McBride walked the CMA Awards Red Carpet wearing the same classic Manuel jacket he wore 25 years ago when McBride & the Ride were nominated for CMA Vocal Group of the Year. The former frontman is enjoying success with his first solo project, Hotels & Highways.
Singer/songwriter Nora Collins experienced the CMA Awards Red Carpet from the other side as the correspondent for Hearst-owned, ABC affiliate WISN in Milwaukee. Collins interviewed a number of nominees and celebrities and played a country-themed version of Heads Up with Midland, Kane Brown, Terry Clark, CMA Musician of the Year Mac McAnally, Lindsay Ell, Chris Young, and seven-time NASCAR champ Jimmie Johnson. Collins is pictured with MV2 Entertainment’s Clay Myers.
The MV2 team attended the show and celebrated into the night. Pictured L to R (top row) Harold Johnson, James Archer, Nicole Sherrill, Lauren Davis, Clay Myers; (middle row) Sherry Johnson, Lois Archer, Blake Gage, Terry Gage, Nicke Donley; (bottom row) Christy Harrell, Tony Harrell, Nora Collins.
Thursday, MV2 Entertainment artist/songwriter/producer David Fanning mentored students at the new Notes for Notes recording studio at the Cleveland Park Boys & Girls Club, which opened Nov. 6, and is funded by the CMA Foundation. Fanning, participated in an Instagram takeover to help promote the N4N program which provides the tools and training for youth to create and record music in a safe, creative environment. Fanning is pictured with 13-year-old Taylor Gayle.