CountryLine announce ‘NashLine’ – exclusive new content direct from Music City
Adam Wurtzel and Ryan Grubb, the collaborative masterminds behind top country music programmes ‘The Pickup’ and ‘The Nashouse’, have partnered with CountryLine, the world’s first digital country music destination, to launch exclusive country music content across the platform in the form of NashLine.
CMA Media Achievement Award nominee, Adam Wurtzel, has been interviewing top country artists since he first moved to Nashville in 2012.
He met producer Ryan Grubb when Grubb came on board The Pickup, a 5-minute bi-weekly series that focused on classic country artists.
Wurtzel and Grubb’s partnership has continued onto various other projects, leading to their most exciting one yet – NashLine, exclusive country content for the CountryLine app, straight from Nashville, the home of country.
NashLine will be a series of 3-5 minute interviews and country chat made available exclusively via the app.
With NashLine shows so far featuring interviews with Raelynn, Brantley Gilbert and Michael Ray and many more in the pipeline, the show is a must watch for country fans worldwide.
Founded by entrepreneur, actress and avid country music fan, Nathalie Cox, alongside award-winning media and tech entrepreneur Simon Walker, who co-developed BBC iPlayer, CountryLine fuses digital technology and country music.
The platform delivering on-demand performances, interviews, news, views and TV shows, and has high profile investors by the likes of Sir Elton John, Eric Nicoli (former Chairman, EMI) and Ed Richards (former CEO, Ofcom), as well as a variety of listings, bookings, mobile payments, loyalty and member benefits.
A CountryLine subscription costs £2.99 per month or £29.99 for a year.