Nashville notes

Burke/Triolo Productions /ThinkstockScotty McCreery is joining the lineup for the Keep the Music Playing virtual concert, which is set to air via Nashville broadcaster Acme Radio Live on June 17. Proceeds will benefit the Music Health Alliance, and the event will take place in multiple venues across Music City.

Lauren Alaina, Terri Clark, Mickey Guyton and more have signed on to perform at 2020’s Concert for Love and Acceptance, an annual event helmed by GLAAD and Ty Herndon that will be virtual this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Each year, the show features a host of stars and artists appearing in support of acceptance for LGBTQ people. This year’s event will be live-streamed on June 30 via Facebook, YouTube and on the concert’s website.

Tracy Lawrence has unveiled the music video for the acoustic version of his hit, “When the Cowboy’s Gone.” The song is featured on his newest album, Made in America.

Duo Waterloo Revival returned last week with the music video for their new single, “Something You Ain’t Never Had.” The song is currently gaining traction at country radio.

John Prine’s label, Oh Boy Records, has shared “I Remember Everything,” the last song the legendary singer-songwriter ever recorded. John died in April of complications from COVID-19.

By Carena Liptak
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