THE ACADEMY OF COUNTRY MUSIC® TO FEATURE CB30, DEVIN DAWSON,
RAELYNN AND NOAH SCHNACKY ON LATEST EPISODE OF
“THE ACM WEEKLY” WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19 AT 8 PM CT ON ACM FACEBOOK
“THE ACM WEEKLY” SERIES TO BE FEATURED ON ACM®: THE HUB
LOS ANGELES, CA (August 17, 2020) – The Academy of Country Music® announced today the lineup for the upcoming episode of “The ACM Weekly,” which will feature CB30, Devin Dawson, RaeLynn and Noah Schnacky. The episode will highlight new music and performances from each artist and will go live on the Academy of Country Music’s® Facebook page on Wednesday, August 19 at 8 PM CT. Following the Facebook broadcast, the latest episode will be featured and available to watch for 30 days at TheHub.ACMcountry.com.
Previous episodes of “The ACM Weekly,” listed below, are available to watch now at ACM®: The Hub:
- Episode 1: Gabby Barrett, Runaway June, and Stephanie Quayle
- Episode 2: Trea Landon, Tracy Lawrence, Cassadee Pope, and Pryor & Lee
- Episode 3: Danielle Bradbery, Jerrod Niemann, Payton Smith and Walker County
The recently launched ACM®: The Hub is a destination for artists of all levels in Country Music to reach fans with music, upcoming virtual livestream concerts and performances, and easy access to artist merchandise – a one-stop-shop for quality curated content for music fans, worldwide.
For more information about the Academy of Country Music visit ACMcountry.com or TheHub.ACMcountry.com. You can also like Academy of Country Music on Facebook or follow on Twitter at @ACMawards, follow on Instagram at @ACMawards and sign up for the FREE ACM A-List for more immediate updates.
About the Academy of Country Music®
Founded in Southern California in 1964, the ACADEMY OF COUNTRY MUSIC® (ACM®) is a fan-focused artist and industry-driven organization, providing the financial resources to ensure the on-going philanthropic work of ACM LIFTING LIVES®, the charitable arm of the Academy, which works to improve lives through the power of music. The Academy has a rich history in the entertainment industry, having been founded when Southern California was a hotbed of emerging country music and when Westerns were a staple of television programing and film production. Comprised of more than 4,550 professional members nationwide, the ACM is headquartered in Encino, Calif. For more information, log onto www.ACMcountry.com or www.ACMLiftingLives.org.