2005 CMA Music Festival kicked off last week in Nashville with the Global
Artist Night at The Stage on Broadway. Billed as "Country Music's Biggest
Party", invitations went out to the best and brightest international
Epiphone endorsee Rachael Warwick was not only invited
to perform but also honored to be asked to host of the show.
The crowd was awestruck from the moment Warwick graced
the stage as host and her performance later in the evening was electrifying.
From the opening notes of Warwicks' hit song 'Mistake' to the finale 'Goodbye'
(taken from Anglo-Americana her forthcoming album) Warwick owned the
Warwick has managed to create something new, boundary
crossing, and genre embracing and if there was any doubt as to whether America
would accept this artist and her ground breaking sound it was vanquished
on this night.
Nashville Stars, CMA & industry representatives were
in attendance with massive support from most national & local media including
CMT, XM Satellite Radio, and many others including local News Channel 4 which
aired their segment shortly before the downtown Nashville event.
Rachael poses with her
Masterbilt AJ-500R at the Global Artist Night in Nashville. (L to R:
Jeff Walker, Rachael and Rob Potts)
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