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Itching to advertise with the funnest country music blog around? Then you’ve come to the right place. 

Chances are you didn’t come here randomly and are probably a reader. Or maybe you’re not and you just found NashvilleGab by chance. Either way you can probably tell that we’re a fun place to hang out, which is more than likely why you’re interested in advertising here. 

First off, if you’re not a regular reader then here’s a bit of info about NashvilleGab: 

  • NashvilleGab was founded in May of 2008 by me, Shannon. Yes, just me. I’m a lone wolf that way. The site is still run by little ol’ me. No crack team of reporters, no money men keeping us paid, no big production team … just me, my computer, and lots and lots of coffee (and the occasional snip of whiskey. Shhh. That’s a secret). I do have a few people in the industry who feel sorry for me and contribute occasionally, but for the most part it’s just me. 
  • We’ve been talked about all over the place from radio to magazines, (Country Weekly, People, Us Weekly), to big websites such as, OK Magazine,, and The Boot, and we’ve even appeared on television before with CMT occasionally featuring our stories. 
  • If you want to know more, just ask. I’m always glad to blab on and on and on about the site, myself, The Walking Dead, or whatever else you’d like to chat about. 

Now for the exciting stuff … advertising costs. Much like kissing and telling, I have a rule against chatting about advertising costs in public. Okay, not really but it sounds good. If you’re interested in advertising costs, our most current visitor numbers, etc. you can shoot me an email to or you can view our current media kit online or download the Word Document or PDF.. 



Sony Nashville CEO Gary Overton steps down after raising eyebrows with radio statements

If you weren’t familiar with Gary Overton prior to this post, then you were probably one of the few. As Sony Music Nashville CEO and chairman he runs the imprints of RCA, Columbia, Arista Nashville and Christian music company Provident Music Group, which collectively hold the likes of Brad Paisley, Kenny Chesney, Miranda Lambert, Carrie Underwood, Chris Young and many more. Gary was also instrumental in bringing Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood over to Sony for their combined comeback in 2014, and is generally a major player on Music Row, reaching #84 on Billboard’s 2014 Power 100 list. An MTSU graduate, prior to his tenure at Sony he worked at BNA Entertainment, Warner/Chappell Music, served as executive vice president and general manager at EMI Music Publishing and also as Alan Jackson’s personal manager.

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