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  • Posted on03/27/15

    Frankie Ballard will take the stage at the legendary Grand Ole Opry on Tuesday, April 14th! About the upcoming performance Frankie said, "I'm totally humbled by the invite to play the Grand Ole Opry." 

    He will be joined by Florida Georgia Line, Kellie Pickler, Scotty McCreery, and more! For tickets and additional information, click here.

  • Posted on03/19/15

    Entertainment Weekly recently asked Frankie Ballard to create a playlist for them consisting of his favorite songs from the 90s. From Sheryl Crow to Notorious B.I.G., it's definitely an eclectic mashup! Listen to Frankie's playlist and learn why he chose each track here.

  • Posted on03/13/15

    SOURCE: The Tennessean

    Frankie Ballard: a day with country's lovable renegade

    Frankie Ballard gingerly shrugged out of his custom-made green Army jacket and handed it to the young man standing in front of him. "Try it on," he told him. "You like it."

    Anthony Carbajal, who was responsible for sparking last summer's ALS ice bucket craze, hesitated. The rising country star assured him it was OK and watched Carbajal's face light up while sliding his arms into the black leather sleeves.

    When Carbajal started to remove the coat, Ballard told him to just keep it.

    The exhibitor room was one of the first stops the "Sunshine & Whiskey" singer made during Country Radio Seminar the last week in February at the Nashville Convention Center. CRS is the largest educational country radio event in the world, attracting about 2,500 radio executives, artists, panelists and sponsors over three days. At last year's event, Ballard had yet to chart his first No. 1 song — now he has two. The singer has sold more than 1.5 million tracks, is the opening act on Florida Georgia Line's arena tour and two nights before played to a sold-out room at Madison Square Garden.

    Ballard's new popularity made him one of the event's more sought-after artists, which was reflected in his hectic schedule and his invitation to play the conference's prestigious New Faces Show. The Tennessean spent the day at CRS with Ballard, a singer whom Warner Music Nashville CEO and President John Esposito calls country music's "lovable badass."

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