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Morgan Wallen released his new album “One Thing at a Time” on Friday, and its safe to say its a success. The album broke Spotify’s streaming records on day one! Wallen’s new album racked up over 52 million streams on Friday. How big is that? Big enough for Wallen to be the most-streamed country album in a single day for any male artist. Oh, its also the largest streaming debut for any genre in 2023 so far on Spotify. Wallen was the most streamed artist on Friday. And on Saturday 31 songs from the album are in Spotify’s Top 50 U.S. chart. Not too bad for a 36-track album.
The “March Madness Final Four” is coming to Houston, and country music will be there to welcome the event with open arms. A whole host of country acts are set to take the stage at the “2023 NCAA March Madness Music Festival.” Starting March 31st, and ending on April 2nd, performers including Tim McGraw ,Keith Urban, Little Big Town, and Mickey Guyton are set to join the festival. The NCAA March Madness Music Festival is a free, but ticketed event. Tickets are available at NCAA.com. Two more things!
- Fans will be able to stream performances on NCAA.com or BleacherReport.com.
- Here’s the performances that are currently known:
- Friday, March 31: AT&T Block Party (performers not yet announced)
- Saturday, April 1: Move by Coca-Cola Stage featuring Maggie Rogers and Lil Nas X
- Sunday, April 2: Capital One JamFest with Tim McGraw and Keith Urban, Little Big Town, and Mickey Guyton