Artists get crowds singing along on a daily basis, but it isn't every day that new country artists start singalongs of epic proportions. While on a visit to Texas last week, Cassadee Pope led over 6,500 fans in a singalong during a benefit show, KAJA’s St. Jude Jam.
Inspired by Jimmy Fallon and The Roots' "Classroom Instrument" series, WYRK decided to make a version of their own using instruments found around the studio -- and start it off last night at the Acoustic Show.
Cassadee Pope is becoming a rising star, and she's doing it quick. She's won 'The Voice' with Blake Shelton, she has a song that's on its way to #1, and Pepsi even thought it was time to include her in the Grammy "halftime" commercial.
After three rocking decades (plus three years), Motley Crue is calling it quits, having just announced their final tour. The silver lining in this news is that country's Big Machine Records is paying tribute to the rockers with a 'Country Music Tribute to Motley Crue' album, and they're pulling in Florida Georgia Line, LeAnn Rimes, Brantley Gilbert and Cassadee Pope to help.
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