Join The Country Music Blog Rodeo Twitter Chat On January 24

Mark Your Calendar: The Country Music Blog Rodeo Twitter Chat Happens Tomorrow January 24th!


The first ever Country Music Blog Rodeo kicked off yesterday with some of the top independent country music blogs chiming in with their thoughts on the biggest and best trends for country music in 2013! Topics ranged from the impact of social media, to artists on the rise, new festivals, major tours, the influence of roots and Americana on mainstream country to the power of local communities on the industry at large and so much more! The participants had some great insights. Be sure to check out our fellow bloggers thoughts on developments for country music in 2013!

The blog rodeo continues tomorrow, and now, its YOUR chance to share YOUR thoughts on what the most exciting thing for country music will be in 2013! CMNB will be hosting a special Twitter chat Thursday, January 24th from 12pm – 1pm CST, and you’re invited to join in! CMNB is ready to post follow-up Q&A’s on topics raised by each blog, offering an open discussion for readers (that’s you!) to throw in their two cents, while also giving away some pretty awesome prizes! There will even be a few country music artists stopping by to join the fun! Find the complete details below, and we hope to see you there!


Blog Rodeo Twitter Chat:

  • Date – Thursday, January 24th
  • Time – 12pm – 1pm CST (US)
  • Join the conversation by tagging your Twitter posts with #BlogRodeo #CountryMusic


**Prizes Include: Two (2) tickets to see Little Big Town April 19th at The Amp in Fayetteville, AR, a signed copy of Love and Theft’s current album, a copy of Connor Christian & Southern Gothic’s upcoming New Hometown, a signed 8×10 photo from up and comer Rose Falcon, passes to an upcoming Backroad Anthem show in Fayetteville, AR, a Backroad Anthem t-shirt and more to be announced!


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