The Swon Brothers to Perform on the Today Show as Part of NBC’s Coverage of the Winter Olympics

The swon brothersArista Nashville recording duo and NBC The Voice Season 4 finalists The Swon Brothers will be headed for Sochi and the excitement of the 2014 Olympic Winter Games, where the duo will perform their debut single, “Later On,” to be televised as part of NBC’s Today show live Olympic coverage on February 14.  The duo will also participate in additional non-televised NBC events while in Sochi.   

The Swon Brothers are currently at work on their Arista Nashville debut album, helmed by multi-million-selling producer Mark Bright (Carrie Underwood, Sara Evans).  Featuring “Later On,” the album is set for release later this year.  “Later On” is currently available for sale here,  http://smarturl.it/lateron, with an official country radio airplay impact date of March 3.   

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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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