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CRS 2016 New Faces of Country Music Show Performers Announced

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Brothers Osborne, Kelsea Ballerini, Cam, Old Dominion, and Chris Janson set to perform

Country Radio Seminar officials have announced the CRS 2016 New Faces of Country Music Show performers. The five acts to appear are Brothers Osborne (EMI Nashville), Kelsea Ballerini (Black River Entertainment), Cam (Arista Nashville), Old Dominion (RCA Nashville), and Chris Janson (Warner Music Nashville).

Co-sponsored by the Academy of Country Music and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, the annual new artist showcase event officially closes out the seminar and remains one of the most anticipated events each year at CRS.  Performances will be powered by Live Nation and will take place in the CRS Performance Hall. The 2016 New Faces of Country Music Show will be held Feb. 10, 2016 during Country Radio Seminar at the downtown Omni Nashville.

Dinner tickets for the 2016 New Faces show are sold out, however, New Faces of Country Music Show viewing parties are being planned to accommodate overflow attendees.

About Country Radio Seminar: Country Radio Seminar is an annual convention designed to educate and promote the exchange of ideas and business practices in the Country music industry, with specific emphasis on issues relevant to Country radio. Country Radio Seminar 2016 is set for Feb. 8-10, 2016 at the Omni Hotel.The $529 regular registration rate is now available at http://www.CountryRadioSeminar.com. The on-site rate will be announced closer to CRS. Like CRS on Facebook and follow CRS on Twitter (Hashtag #CRS2016).

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