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Kellie Pickler, Craig Morgan tapped for Black River luncheon at CRS 2014

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"American Idol" alum Kellie Pickler is the first announced performer for the Black River Entertainment luncheon, to take place during next month's Country Radio Seminar (CRS) in Nashville.

Craig Morgan and newcomer John King are also set to perform at the event, slated for Friday, Feb. 21. Special guests will be revealed at a later date. The musical showcase will take place inside the Performance Hall of the Nashville Convention Center, the organization revealed on Tuesday (Jan. 21).

“Black River Entertainment is so proud to present the Friday luncheon again this year at CRS,” says Black River Entertainment’s VP/Promotion, Bill Macky. “Our biggest challenge is topping last year’s show, and that’s exactly what we’re going to do."

He adds, "Craig Morgan and Kellie Pickler will be performing brand new music plus we’ll be introducing John King to Country Radio. Don’t miss this debut…John King is going to be a superstar! Black River is a complete entertainment company and that will be front and center once again this year.”

Carrie Underwood, Rascal Flatts and Old Crow Medicine will kick off CRS 2014 with a special Grand Ole Opry-style performance on Feb. 19. Thompson Square, Love & Theft, Brandy Clark, Will Hoge and Eric Paslay will also make appearances.


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