• December 14, 2012
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Brent Cobb Becomes Honorary Friends and Family Member of The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

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Back to front: Pamela Johnson (Vice President of Development), Jay Orr (Vice President, Museum Programs), Rachel Weingartner (Membership Manager), Josh Fulmer (Home Grown Management), Chase McGill (musician for Brent), Brent Cobb and Charlie Pate (musician for Brent)

Carnival Music’s singer-songwriter Brent Cobb was invited to become an honorary “Friends and Family” member of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum earlier this week.

Brent has quickly become known as one of Nashville’s most promising tunesmiths with his songs recorded by the likes of Luke Bryan, Little Big Town, David Nail, Kellie Pickler and the Eli Young Band. With the release of his self-titled EP and debut single “Love On Me” to country radio airwaves, Brent is turning the tables and bringing country music fans his first recording as an artist. Producers Matthew Miller (Carnival Music) and Oran Thornton capture the Ellaville, Georgia native’s gripping, passionate vocal style and rhythmic melodies on the 5-track EP.

Currently, Brent is out on the road visiting radio and playing shows nationwide in support of the new single.

For more information about Brent Cobb and upcoming tour dates, please visit brentcobb.net.

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