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Music Events (more headlines) 07-12-2014

Casio And Lightning100 Gear Up For Summer NAMM Events

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Casio America, Inc. and radio station Lightning100 have once again teamed up for a partnership promotion in conjunction with the Summer NAMM show in Nashville, TN, which takes place July 17-19, 2014.

Casio and Lightning100 will facilitate a giveaway and other on-air promotions, culminating with a live broadcast from the floor of the Summer NAMM show at the Nashville Music City Center on Friday, July 18 from 11am - 1pm. Listeners can tune in to Lightning100 at 100.1FM in Nashville or worldwide at lightning100.com. The broadcast will include live, in-booth interviews and performances from Daniel Ellsworth and the Great Lakes and Marie Hines.

Later that evening, Casio and Lightning100 will sponsor a live music event at Nashville venue The Pour House (730 8th Ave S) from 7pm - 10pm. Open to the public and free, admittance to the event is on a first come, first serve basis. Showcasing some of Nashville's best talent, the event will feature popular artists Marie Hines, Tom Brislin and Daniel Ellsworth and the Great Lakes, and spotlight Casio's Privia Pro PX-5S keyboard.

Singer/songwriter Marie Hines has earned critical praise for the heartfelt, piano-driven pop sounds found on her latest release, The Tide and the Sea. Hines' music has been heard on such television shows as MTV's Awkward and ABC's The Fosters, and showcased in various capacities by MTV, iTunes, Hallmark, Delta Airlines, Spotify and Forever 21.

A native of New Jersey, musician, songwriter and producer Tom Brislin relocated to Nashville to record his debut solo album, Hurry Up and Smell the Roses. In addition to a successful solo career, Brislin's work as a professional keyboardist has landed him on tours and recordings by notable artists including Yes, Debbie Harry, Meat Loaf, OK Go, Josh Kelley, Renaissance, and Glen Burtnik.

Formed in Nashville in 2010, Daniel Ellsworth and the Great Lakes are winning audiences around the country with their brand of high-energy, keyboard-fronted indie rock. Named one of the 15 Bands to Watch in 2014 by Esquire, their highly buzzed sophomore release Kid Tiger was recorded by Vance Powell (Jack White, The White Stripes, The Raconteurs).

Listeners will also have the opportunity to win a Casio Privia Pro PX-5S keyboard by entering to win at www.facebook.com/wrltlightning100 between July 14 July 28, 2014. A winner will be selected at random at the end of this submission period.

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