Radio Facts: Beasley Media Group Philadelphia’s Country Station, 92.5 XTU, has teamed up with Country’s top artists to present the Superstar Mini Concert Series. Big Machine National Recording Artist, Lady Antebellum will officially kick-off the on-going series on Tuesday, April 21 at 4 pm (local time) with a concert replay at 8 pm.
Each mini concert will be exclusively heard on the air on Tuesdays and Fridays at 4pm (local time) with a concert replay at 8pm (same day) on 92.5 XTU.
The series, part of Beasley Media Group’s We Are All in This Together Community of Caring Initiative, will feature country’s hottest artists performing several songs on the air. In addition, they’ll talk about their music, share what they’ve been up to and reflect on how COVID-19 has impacted their lives.
Lucky listeners will also have the opportunity to participate in special private virtual “Meet & Greet” experiences with their favorite artists.
The Superstar Mini Concert Series will be promoted on the air as well as on other platforms.
Upcoming Artists will include:
ELI YOUNG BAND
AND MANY MORE…
***Broken Bow Recording Artist Dustin Lynch will be the next featured artist to perform as part of the Superstar Mini Concert Series on Friday, April 24th***
We’re feeling the lack of live music in our souls right now,” said XTU Program Director Mark Razz. “We are hoping to fill that void with your favorite artists coming on and giving you a taste of the live concert experience. We’re providing a connection with them for a few songs and hopefully we’ll all be back together soon.
”For more information on the Superstar Mini Concert Series, please visit https://925xtu.com/.
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