CRS 2016: 'New Faces Show'
February 11, 2016 at 12:00 PM (PT)
COUNTRY RADIO SEMINAR (CRS) 2016 concluded with the annual "NEW FACES OF COUNTRY MUSIC SHOW" on WEDNESDAY NIGHT (2/10) at the OMNI NASHVILLE. ARISTA NASHVILLE artist CAM opened up the show and performed the title track from her album, "Untamed," as well as her current single, "Mayday," "Runaway Train,” and her #1 hit single, "Burning House," which got the crowd singing along with her.
EMI NASHVILLE duo BROTHERS OSBORNE took the stage second, and performed songs from their recently released album, "Pawn Shop," including "It Ain't My Fault," "21 Summer," and their #1 hit single, "Stay A Little Longer," which featured a shredding guitar solo. BLACK RIVER ENTERTAINMENT artist KELSEA BALLERINI performed next, singing her current single, "Dibs," and more, off her album, "The First Time," including her #1 hit single, "Love Me Like You Mean It," which featured a small gospel choir.
RCA NASHVILLE group OLD DOMINION followed BALLERINI, and they played songs off their album, "Meat And Candy," including "Said Nobody," "Nowhere Fast," "Song For Another Time," their current single, "Snapback," and their #1 hit single, "Break Up With Him,” which had the entire room singing along. WARNER BROS./W.A.R. artist CHRIS JANSON concluded the “NEW FACES SHOW" with a touching video and performance. He sang "White Trash," "Holdin' Her," his #1 hit single, "Buy Me A Boat," and more. He received a standing ovation from the visibly moved crowd, and thanked everyone in the room. "Thank you for putting food on my table and letting me feed my family. Thank you, thank you, thank you!"