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Audacy Event Celebrates Women in Country

Topic: Youth-Focused Initiatives
Posted on 5/20/2022

Radio group Audacy hosted its inaugural “Leading Ladies,” on Wednesday, May 11. The all-female country music event featured performances from Carly Pearce, Gabby Barrett, Lainey Wilson, Lauren Alaina, Morgan Wade, Tenille Arts and Priscilla Block.

Portions of the event’s proceeds benefitted DoSomething.org, a nonprofit fueling young people to change the world by taking action on the most pressing issues to them.

“We’re thrilled to celebrate this next chapter of our partnership with Hard Rock International and spotlight the talented women in country music at our inaugural ‘Leading Ladies,’” said Michael Martin, senior vice president, Programming and Music Initiatives, Audacy. “We’re equally as proud to stand alongside DoSomething.org and leverage our voice to encourage young people to use theirs for cultural issues important to them.”

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