Country Weekly Announces the 2009 Fashion Show Lineup!

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Nashville, TN - (May 12, 2009) Country Weekly has announced the lineup for the 2009 Country Weekly Fashion Show and Concert, benefiting Musicians On Call. The show will be held on Wednesday June 10th at the Wildhorse Saloon and will be sponsored by Durango, Lifetime Networks and Chevy. Clothing and boots from Durango, Flavour boutique and Wrangler will be featured on the runway.

Chuck Wicks, Jessica Harp and GAC’s Suzanne Alexander will co-host this years event and the talented lineup will include:

  • Keith Anderson
  • Chris Young
  • John Michael Montgomery
  • Mark Wills
  • Adam Gregory
  • Trent Willmon
  • Emily West
  • Aaron Tippin & Thea Tippin
  • Sarah Buxton
  • Trent Tomlinson
  • Richard Sterban of the Oak Ridge Boys
  • Bo Bice
  • Katie Armiger
  • Joey + Rory
  • Whitney Duncan
  • The Roys
  • Crystal Shawanda
  • Megan Mullins
  • Justin Moore
  • Dean Brody
  • Mica Roberts
  • Carter’s Chord
  • Bomshel
  • Jypsi
  • LoCash Cowboys
  • Krista Marie
  • Love & Theft
  • Brad Cotter
  • Eric Durrance
  • Jeff Cook
  • Sarah Darling
  • Jesse Lee
  • Becca from WKDF

Doors will open at 11:00 AM. Event starts at Noon.

Special VIP tickets in the front row areas and prime runway seating are almost sold out! A limited number of $125 Runway tickets and $50 Reserved tickets near the runway are available. You can also purchase a table in “Music Row,” which is a row of premium tables behind the runway seats. These tables are $750 and include 8 seats, name recognition from the stage, appetizers from the Wildhorse Saloon, and two buckets of domestic beer.

General Admission seating is on sale through TicketMaster.

For more information and to purchase VIP tickets, go to www.countryweekly.com/fashionshow or call 212-741-2709.

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