CBS Buys Adult Siblings Comedy From Linda Figueiredo, Johnny Galecki & Brian Kelley
CBS is developing Bait & Tackle, a multi-camera comedy from Stuck In the Middle co-creator/executive producer Linda Figueiredo, musician Brian Kelley, Johnny Galecki’s Alcide Bava Productions and Warner Bros. TV where Alcide Bava is based.
Galecki is executive producing Bait & Tackle alongside Alcide Bava’s new VP, Holly Brown. She replaced Andrew Haas.
Written/executive produced by Figueiredo, Bait & Tackle revolves around three adult siblings who must step up to run the family business—a small town bait & tackle shop—when the family patriarch retires.
While it’s been open for a while now, Brian and Tyler never officially opened up their Nashville compound with Tree Vibez Music, Tribe Kelley, and meet+greet). Find out more about these ventures here.
On October 23, Tyler and Hayley attended the 2018 Inspire Event, put together by The Onsite Foundation.
Our purpose at The Onsite Foundation is to provide scholarship grants to aid individuals who are looking to attend a personal growth program at Onsite, which provides therapeutic and personal growth workshops and intensives that address core, underlying issues that keep individuals, couples and families stuck in dysfunctional patterns.
The series featured intimate performances with songwriting talent taking turns telling the stories behind their hit songs and performing them as originally written. Ernest K., RaeLynn, Canaan Smith, Corey Crowder and HARDY joined Florida Georgia Line for this event.
Prior to the performance, the songwriters partnered with the CMA Foundation and CMA Songwriters Series presenting sponsor U.S. Bank to visit with students from Harmony Project, an organization that provides comprehensive, tuition-free music education and social support, serving 3,500 youth across Los Angeles, Southern California and beyond.
Click here for a full run-down of the event.
FGL and Bebe are presenting Rap/Hip Hop Artist at tonight’s American Music Awards in Los Angeles. Even though they are not performing, they are nominated for three awards: Collaboration of the Year, Favorite Duo or Group (Country) and Favorite Song (Country). Stay tuned to this page as we update you throughout the evening!
[EDIT] Although not televised, FGL walked away with the award for Favorite Duo or Group (Country)!
— American Music Awards (@AMAs) October 10, 2018
“Meant” extends its reign as it leads Country Streaming Songs for a record-padding 40th week, decreasing by 2 percent to 11 million U.S. streams in the tracking week, according to Nielsen Music. It falls 4-10 on Country Digital Song Sales (6,000 sold, down 34 percent), where it ruled for 22 frames, and drew 12.3 million in country radio audience (43 million overall), after leading the Country Airplay chart dated April 28 (while being dually promoted to country and pop radio).
Florida Georgia Line – Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley – celebrates its 100th total week atop Hot Country Songs, among its six No. 1s, a first in the chart’s 59-year history. (Hot Country Songs began as an all-encompassing genre survey in 1958. In October 2012, it became an airplay, streaming and sales-driven list, at which point songs began logging far longer average commands.)
“I continue to be humbled and am honestly speechless by watching what our supporters and fans have done for us,” Hubbard tells Billboard. “Being a part of country music history is more than a dream come true, and getting to do what we love on this level is something we will never take for granted.”
“We set out to write good songs, so to see them travel far beyond our reach is still hard to wrap our heads around,” adds Kelley. “We are so thankful to country radio, our fans and our team for believing in even our wildest dreams.”
TOUR CURRENTLY POSTPONED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS CONCERNS
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