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Big & Rich – Big Kenny and John Rich – will be celebrating CMA Music Festival unlike any other artists. Watch the streets of Nashville on Thursday, June 5th as the electrifying duo bring the party to downtown Music City and unlock the gates to Riverfront Park before taking the stage and officially kicking-off CMA Music Festival. Be sure to catch Big & Rich’s performance, which will include a live rendition of their latest hit single, “Look At You.” Fans will be able to look at them, while they “Look At You”!!!!
"Can't wait to rock the stage with CMA Fest!,” says John Rich. “After show party is at Club Redneck Riviera! See y'all there!" Big Kenny adds, “Bring on the Clydesdales!! Looks like we're gonna be kicking off the greatest music celebration in true Big & Rich style.”
Beginning in 2005, Big & Rich have provided the opening theme to ESPN College GameDay Built by The Home Depot, which is entering its 29th season. The duo recently recorded their latest version of “Comin’ To Your City,” and filmed the weekly opening in Nashville.
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Big & Rich's John Rich has launched "lifestyle brand" Redneck Riviera. Consisting of shirts, hats and accessories including koozies and license plates, the brand promotes what Rich calls a "laid-back carefree beach lifestyle" and represents "a state of mind that can be found coast-to-coast and [in] every land-locked town in between." He announced the line before a B&R spring break performance in Panama City Beach, and is giving away a customized Polaris Scrambler in conjunction with the launch. A portion of proceeds from the items sold will benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Get your redneck on here.
|Posted by Administrator on March 2, 2013 at 11:40 AM||comments (0)|
Country’s rockin’ duo, Big & Rich, were awarded CRS’ 2013 Artist Humanitarian Award at Country Radio Seminar this week. Big & Rich’s charitable endeavors date back more than a decade. Their humanitarian efforts have ranged from visiting individual patients in hospitals, to staging benefit concerts for the Country Music Hall of Fame and the 173rd Airborne Memorial, to their well-documented U.S. and international outreach. The duo has made a point throughout their career to help underprivileged children and families in struggling countries like Uganda, Sudan, Haiti and Kenya, among others.
“The only way to do this is by having a great career; thanks to everyone in this room for that,” said John Rich of being recognized. Upon receiving the award, Big Kenny Alphin also noted, “I am blessed and I am humbled. I am thankful that I have been able to help in some small ways. Every little act of kindness everyone does, makes our world another step closer to a brighter tomorrow we’re thankful to our great creator and all that are here today.”
St. Jude Children’s Hospital, Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital, National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, the 173rd Airborne Memorial Fund, Project Clean Water, Nashville’s Mt. View elementary school, the Special Olympics, Vanderbilt Hospital, Second Harvest Food Bank and the Nashville Symphony are just a few of the causes the chart-topping, Grammy-nominated duo have donated their charitable efforts to.
To view a sizzle reel of some of their humanitarian efforts, click HERE