Bryan helps close out CRS 2010 @ the Digital Rodeo's "Guilty Pleasures" show and Country Radio Broadcasters, Inc.® celebrated the official conclusion of CRS 2010 with their second annual “Guilty Pleasures” show at Cadillac Ranch in Nashville on Friday, Feb. 26, 2010.

The evening featured nearly two-dozen artists delivering versions of their favorite “Guilty Pleasures” cover songs.  The show included performances by: Steve Azar, Bomshel, Laura Bell Bundy, Burns & Poe, Coldwater Jane, Due West, Chelsea Field, Adam Gregory, Andy Griggs, Mallary Hope, Buddy Jewell, Sammy Kershaw, LoCash Cowboys, Love & Theft, One Night Rodeo, Marty Raybon, Julie Roberts, Emily West, Bryan White and Mark Wills. AfterMidNite host and popular radio personality Blair Garner hosted the show, which ended with an all-star jam and Johnny Cash birthday tribute performance.

“This is the second year in a row that Digital Rodeo helped close out Country Radio Seminar with a great night of performances at Cadillac Ranch,” said Director of Marketing and Promotions John Pyne.  “Those who got in got to see some of the best and brightest new artists in Country music like Emily West, Mallary Hope, Laura Bell Bundy, Chelsea Field and Love & Theft, plus a host of established fan favorites like Bryan White, Marty Raybon, Buddy Jewell, Mark Wills, Julie Roberts and Steve Azar.  The band that our musical director, Scotty Huff, put together was phenomenal again this year and I know several of the artists commented on that, as well.  We’re already thinking about the theme for CRS 2011.”
Added Digital Rodeo Director of Industry Relations Robert Reynolds, “We were thrilled at this year’s turnout and the energetic performances at our ‘Guilty Pleasures’ show.  The crowd was really into it, and I think everyone would agree that Blair Garner was the perfect host for the event.  The whole idea behind our show is for artists to cut loose and really have fun, and when you see electrifying performances like Laura Bell Bundy doing her choreographed dance routine to the Ike and Tina Turner version of ‘Proud Mary,’ it makes us particularly proud because we know the artists are having fun, the audience is having fun and it’s just a great way overall to wrap up Country Radio Seminar.”

Digital Rodeo was a prominent sponsor at this year’s CRS, outfitting Country Radio Seminar volunteers in the Convention Center with CRS 2010 / t-shirts during the three-day event.

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