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    March 11, 2014 By “Wasting All These Tears” Catapults the Vocalist into an Elite Group of Solo Female Country Artists, Including Superstar Taylor Swift 0 Comments

    As the RIAA certifies her debut single “Wasting All These Tears” PLATINUM for sales surpassing 1 million downloads, Cassadee Pope solidifies her standing in an elite group of only three other women to achieve the milestone. Not since Taylor Swift in 2006 has a solo female country artist gone platinum on their debut single.

    Cassadee, who garnered fans and often dominated the #1 spot on iTunes prior to winning season three of The Voice, returned to the show last summer to premiere the song. The lead single has been a successful introduction to Cassadee’s Republic Nashville album FRAME BY FRAME, which debuted in the upper echelon on the Billboard charts – #1 Top Country Albums and Top 10 all-genre Top Albums. The achievement marked Cassadee as one of only two solo women in the past five years to top the Country chart with a debut release.

    Cassadee recently released a follow-up single, “I Wish I Could Break Your Heart,” which has created buzz online with over 640,000 views of the accompanying video – http://vevo.ly/fy6HUI.

    She has been an ambassador for hunger issues, helping to secure over 20 million meals across the country through an initiative with her record label Big Machine Label Group, General Mills and Feeding America called Outnumber Hunger. On April 4, Cassadee will join labelmates at “Outnumber Hunger Live!” during the ACM Party For A Cause Festival before heading to Nashville for a performance at the 2014 NCAA Women’s Final Four on April 8.

    This Summer, she will join Tim McGraw’s SUNDOWN HEAVEN TOWN 2014 TOUR and has previously toured with Rascal Flatts and in Canada with Dean Brody.

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    February 26, 2014 0 Comments

    Armed with “Wasting All These Tears,” the Top 10 Country debut single that has sold over 1 million copies, talented newcomer Cassadee Pope has released a brand new music video! The petite powerhouse’s latest offering, “I Wish I Could Break Your Heart,” has already garnered buzz with over 310,000 fans viewing online. Watch now via VEVO

    Director Wes Edwards utilized the blank canvas of a sound stage in Nashville to capture a balance of femininity and empowerment. Soft scenes draped in ivory lace and pearls are intercut with dark visuals depicting broken hearts, mimicking the whirlwind of emotions that come with the vulnerability of passionate love. Cassadee’s band is also featured in a rockin’ performance as she belts out the driving chorus.

    The single is from Cassadee’s album FRAME BY FRAME, which debuted in the upper echelon on the Billboard charts – #1 Top Country Albums and Top 10 all-genre Top Albums. The achievement marked Cassadee as one of only two solo women in the past five years to top the Country chart with a debut release. The singer/songwriter stole the national spotlight when she won The Voice (season 3) as part of Team Blake (Shelton) and dominated the #1 spot on iTunes All-Genre chart with three of her performances.

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    Cassadee Pope to Perform “Wasting All These Tears” on The Tonight Show

    November 21, 2013 0 Comments

    Cassadee Pope’s success hasn’t slowed down since she won “The Voice” nearly one year ago. The powerful female vocalist earned a #1 Country album debut in October and is now experiencing Country Radio success with her Top 15 and rising single “Wasting All These Tears.”

    Pope is one of only two female artists who currently have a solo performance in the Top 20 on Country radio. Additionally, the debut single off Pope’s FRAME BY FRAME album has sold over 500,000 copies to date.

    Having already stunned national audiences this year with performances on Today, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and America’s Got Talent, Cassadee Pope will once again perform her hit single when she appears on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno tomorrow night (11/22).

    The Tonight Show airs nationally on NBC at 11:35 PM Eastern/10:35 Central.

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    October 7, 2013 0 Comments
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    August 26, 2013 0 Comments

    Nashville, TN (August 27, 2013) – Cassadee Pope is opening up about her parents’ divorce in “11,” a new song available today on iTunes, from her upcoming debut Country album FRAME BY FRAME. While the full project on Republic Nashville won’t be released until October 8, the dynamic songstress is offering up a preview of the new music and a very personal look into her life now.

    “As a kid, when you go through something like your parents’ divorce, weird things go through your mind and you have no control. ’11’ has me opening up probably more than I’ve ever done before,” explains Cassadee, who gave Instagram followers a sneak peek over the weekend.

    Co-written with Nathan Champan, the autobiographical tune showcases vulnerability as she recounts childhood memories and life lessons: Momma did her best to hide her anger And I did my best to try and save her I was a little too young and a little too dumb To ever think the day would come When Dad would drive away and take his love with him So I grew up fast in a whole new world Waved goodbye to that little girl I can see her now Innocent and seven I wish I had never turned 11

    A recent Rolling Stone feature delves further into Cassadee’s journey and new music, including “11” and the previously released “You Hear A Song.” Produced by Dann Huff – with Nathan Chapman, Max Martin and Shellback contributing – more from the 11-song project will be available in the coming weeks.

    Cassadee will perform the album’s lead single, “Wasting All These Tears,” tomorrow night (8/28) on America’s Got Talent results show, beginning at 9:00P ET on NBC. The song has already catapulted to the #1 spot on the iTunes Top Country Songs chart and sold over 250,000 downloads. One Direction will also appear on the live telecast. The talented singer/songwriter will share an inside look at life since winning The Voice in a yet-to-be-titled CMT docu-series, premiering10/4 at 9P ET/8P CT. Currently, Cassadee is opening for Rascal Flatts’ LIVE & LOUD Tour, is featured as one of CMT’s Next Women Of Country and graces NASHVILLE LIFESTYLES’ August (“HOT LIST”) cover.


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    Cassadee Pope's Frame By Frame Tracklist Unveiled

    August 13, 2013 0 Comments

    Nashville, TN (August 13, 2013) – Titled FRAME BY FRAME, hot newcomer Cassadee Pope is revealing details about her debut Country project … piece by piece. The dynamic vocalist is today unveiling the official tracklist for her October 8 album on Republic Nashville. Showcasing soaring melodies and edgy lyrics, Dann Huff produced the 11-song album with Nathan Chapman, Max Martin and Shellback contributing to select tracks. The empowering lead single, “Wasting All These Tears,” is available on iTunes, already selling over 230,000 downloads and catapulting into the #1 spot on the iTunes Top Country Songs chart.

    Continuously looking to involve her fans in the release, Cassadee recently let them choose the cover artwork for FRAME BY FRAME via an online vote. The petite powerhouse will also offer an advance preview of new tracks, beginning today (8/13) with the inspiring “You Hear A Song,” available here. Through her Instagram, Cassadee will share with fans directly which song they’ll get a taste of next on iTunes.

    “I'm so grateful to the fans and Country radio for the amazing reaction to ‘Wasting All These Tears,’” said Cassadee. “So, to countdown the release of my new album, I want to give my fans another exclusive track to check out called ‘You Hear A Song.’ I can’t wait to hear their thoughts.”

    FRAME BY FRAME TRACKLIST: 1. “Good Times” Nathan Chapman, Sarah Buxton, Blair Daly*

    1. “Champagne” Hilary Lindsey, James Slater, Ben West

    2. “Wasting All These Tears” Caitlyn Smith, Rollie Gaalswyk*

    3. “I Wish I Could Break Your Heart” Gordie Sampson, Ashley Monroe, Jon Green
    4. “Everybody Sings” Blair Daly, Troy Verges, Cassadee Pope
    5. “You Hear A Song” Cassadee Pope, Nathan Chapman*
    6. “This Car” Cassadee Pope, David Hodges, Gordie Sampson
    7. “One Song Away” Hilary Lindsey, Troy Verges, Aaron Pearce, Mike Green
    8. “Easier To Lie” Max Martin, Shellback, Savan Kotecha**
    9. “11” Cassadee Pope, Nathan Chapman
    10. “Proved You Wrong” Cassadee Pope, Emily Shackelton, Phil Barton

    *Produced by Dann Huff & Nathan Chapman **Produced by Dann Huff, Max Martin & Shellback

    The talented singer/songwriter will share an inside look at life since The Voice in a yet-to-be-titled docu-series, premiering October 4 at 9P ET/8P CT on CMT.

    Currently, Cassadee is opening for Rascal Flatts’ LIVE & LOUD Tour, is featured as one of CMT’s Next Women Of Country and graces NASHVILLE LIFESTYLES’ August (“HOT LIST”) cover.


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    Big Machine Label Group at the Brickyard 400 - Schedule of Events

    July 22, 2013 0 Comments

    BMLG is going to be at Indianapolis Motor Speedway this weekend for the Crown Royal Presents the Samuel Deeds 400 at the Brickyard Powered by BigMachineRecords.com, and so are some of your favorite BMLG artists!

    If you're going to be at the race, make sure to come by the Brickfest stage to see our artists perform. If you're at home, tune in to the race on TV and follow along with our Twitter (@BigMachine) and our Facebook for exclusive photos and updates!

    Saturday, July 27

    4:20 p.m. - Laura Bell Bundy (National Anthem)

    7:00 p.m. - POST RACE CONCERT: Justin Moore & The Cadillac Three (Pagoda Plaza Stage)

    Sunday, July 28th

    9:00 a.m. - The Cadillac Three (Brickfest Stage)

    9:45 a.m. - Laura Bell Bundy (Brickfest Stage)

    10:30 a.m. - Dustin Lynch (Brickfest Stage)

    11:15 a.m. - Cassadee Pope (Brickfest Stage)

    11:45 a.m. - Justin Moore (Track Side Stage)

    12:45 p.m. - Laura Bell Bundy - "America The Beautiful" (Track Side)

    12:50 p.m. - Cassadee Pope - "National Anthem" (Track Side)

    1:00 p.m. - Race begins

    For tickets to the event, visit Indianapolis Motor Speedway's home page here.

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    U.S. Marine Honored as Brickyard Sprint Cup Series Race Namesake

    June 27, 2013 0 Comments

    While deployed in Iraq, Gunnery Sergeant Samuel Deeds, a diehard NASCAR fan, dreamed of working in the sport after completing his service. In 2005, those dreams took a back seat when Deeds placed himself in harm’s way to save the lives of his fellow Marines. This summer Deeds will travel to one of the country’s most historic tracks, Indianapolis Motor Speedway (IMS), not as a fan or employee, but as the race namesake.

    Today in his hometown of Erlanger, Ky., Deeds was recognized as the winner of Crown Royal’s “Your Hero’s Name Here” program, which awards one deserving individual naming rights to the July 28th NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at IMS. Surrounded by friends, family and Marines, Deeds cemented his place in the NASCAR record books by laying the final brick, engraved with the official race logo, in a ceremonial “Yard of Bricks” at Flagship Park in Erlanger.

    While deployed in Iraq, Deeds came across an improvised explosive device (IED) while setting up a vehicle checkpoint. Upon seeing fellow Marines approaching, he exposed himself to the device, risking his own life to save others. He was severely injured and underwent more than 30 surgeries and procedures following the blast. Three years later, while still recovering, Deeds’ heroic instincts took charge once again when he saved the lives of three individuals caught in a rip tide off the coast of North Carolina.

    In addition to Deeds’ friends and family, special representatives from Crown Royal, Big Machine Label Group (BMLG), and IMS attended the ceremony and spoke of Deeds’ many accomplishments. NASCAR driver Kurt Busch surprised Deeds during the ceremony, appearing on behalf of the Armed Forces Foundation (AFF), and country music star Justin Moore debuted a special song titled “Heroes,” which was penned specifically for the “Your Hero’s Name Here” program. Consumers 21 and over can visit CrownHeroesSong.com to download “Heroes” for free. For every download redeemed between now and the Samuel Deeds 400 on July 28th, Crown Royal will donate one dollar to AFF.

    “I was so fortunate to be part of this program last summer,” said Moore. “That experience and the brave men and women I met along the way served as inspiration for this new song. The opportunity to debut ‘Heroes’ in front of a true hero like Samuel, his friends, family and community, is incredibly special to me as well as all of the folks at BMLG.”

    This will mark the seventh time Crown Royal has awarded race naming rights to an adult fan. After receiving thousands of entries during the nomination period, five heroes were chosen as finalists and adult fans had the opportunity to cast their votes for the person they felt was most deserving of the honor. As the winner of the program, Deeds will participate in a VIP race weekend experience, riding in the pre-race pace car, delivering the trophy bearing his name to the race winner in Victory Lane, and participating in the “kissing the bricks” ceremony following the race.

    “I’ve been a NASCAR fan for as long as I can remember, so the reality of having my name on a track with such rich history and meaning is beyond words,” said Deeds. “I am so grateful to all of those who took the time to hear my story and vote for me. I can’t wait to attend the race and dedicate that special weekend to all fellow servicemen and women who put their lives on the line every day.”

    Deeds, now retired from his service in the Marines, is a husband and father of two boys. His wife, April, nominated him for the program for his unwavering commitment to his country.

    “We could not be more honored to announce Gunnery Sergeant Samuel Deeds as the 2013 ‘Your Hero’s Name Here’ winner,” said Abby Wise, Brand Director for Crown Royal. “His sacrifice and continued acts of heroism serve as an inspiration to all of us at Crown Royal and we are proud to provide him with the ultimate race experience at the Brickyard next month.”

    The official race title, Crown Royal Presents the Samuel Deeds 400 at the Brickyard Powered by BigMachineRecords.com, will be incorporated into race memorabilia as well as the winner’s trophy. Various events and celebrations will take place leading up to and throughout race weekend to honor Deeds, during which Crown Royal would like to remind adult consumers to please drink responsibly.

    “It is our privilege to participate in this program with Crown Royal for the second year at IMS,” said Indianapolis Motor Speedway Corporation COO Doug Boles. “We’ve been introduced to so many deserving American heroes, and we look forward to rolling out the red carpet for Samuel and all other heroes in attendance at this year’s race.”

    Through a partnership with Crown Royal and IMS, country music artists from Big Machine Label Group including Justin Moore, Cadillac Three, Cassadee Pope and Dustin Lynch, will perform special concerts throughout the race weekend.

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    Big Machine Label Group Artists to Perform July 27-28 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway during Brickfest Music Festival

    June 13, 2013 0 Comments

    Justin Moore to headline exciting lineup at Brickyard 400

    Big Machine once again will bring a host of its talented artist roster to the Brickfest Music Festival at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Saturday, July 27 and Sunday, July 28.

    SATURDAY, JULY 27 · Justin Moore will perform after the Indiana 250 NASCAR Nationwide Series race at the Pagoda Plaza Stage with opener The Cadillac Three.

    SUNDAY, JULY 28 · Beginning at 9A, Cassadee Pope, Dustin Lynch, The Cadillac Three and more will play for NASCAR fans prior to the race.

    · Justin Moore will rev up the crowds with a mini concert before the Crown Royal Presents the “Your Hero’s Name Here” 400 at the Brickyard Powered by BigMachineRecords.com.

    · During the pre-race ceremonies, Cassadee Pope will sing the national anthem and a Big Machine artist to be announced has been tapped for “America the Beautiful.”

    More details and performers will be added in the coming weeks. Led by President/CEO Scott Borchetta, the Big Machine Label Group encompasses Big Machine Records, The Valory Music Co., Republic Nashville and Big Machine Music.

    All performances are free with admission to the track for each day. Ticket can be purchased via www.ims.com/tickets and through the IMS Ticket Office at (317) 492-6700, or (800) 822-INDY outside the Indianapolis area, or by visiting the ticket office at the IMS Administration Building at the corner of Georgetown Road and 16th Street between 8 a.m.-5 p.m. (ET) Monday-Friday.

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