Dove Awards Week Showcase Event Also Features Performances by Regie Hamm, Everlife, Rachael Lampa, Callann Lane, Brad Mackeson, Chuck Tocco, Lainey Wright with special guest Paul Colman and host Master Illusionist Harris III

Nashville Publicity Group will be hosting their 8th annual Dove Awards Week showcase event – The Dog & Pony Show – on Tuesday, April 20th from 7pm-11pm at the Historic Berger Building (162 Rosa L. Parks Blvd) in downtown Nashville. Sponsored by Letters to God: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, the concert event will feature rare, intimate performances from new artists as well as some of the top names in Country, Christian, Rock, Pop and Gospel.

This year’s event will feature performances from multi-platinum country superstar Collin Raye, 2010 GRAMMY winner Jason Crabb and Eliot Sloan, frontman for the multi-platinum rock/pop group Blessid Union of Souls. Also scheduled to perform are hitmaker Regie Hamm, Miley Cyrus tourmates Everlife, Rachael Lampa, Callann Lane, Brad Mackeson, Chuck Tocco and Lainey Wright with special guest Paul Colman (just added!).

Hosting this special event will be Harris III, a classically trained, award-winning master illusionist, and one of the top talents in his field. At only 26 years of age, he has performed before one million people in more than twelve nations on five continents. Often compared to counterparts like David Blaine and Criss Angel, Harris III’s performances elevate the art of illusion to it’s original place in the performing arts.

Admission is FREE to all media and music industry professionals (RSVP’s are required via email to brian@nashvillepublicity.com). The general public is also welcome to attend – there will be a $10 cover charge at the door. This is an All Ages event. Doors open at 6:00 PM and a cash bar is available.

For more information, visit http://tinyurl.com/dogandpony2010

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