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PANDORA ENLIVENS NASHVILLE
11/26/19

After debating whether hot chicken recipes will work with turkey on Thanksgiving, are, from left, Old Dominion’s Whit Sellers and Brad Tursi, Pandora Head of Country Beville Dunkerley, Old Dominion’s Matthew Ramsey, Trevor Rosen and Geoff Sprung, and Sony Music Nashville Chairman and CEO Randy Goodman.

Old Dominion, Carly Pearce and Ryan Griffin performed at the final Pandora Live country event this year, held at Nashville’s Marathon Music Works.

It was the first Nashville show by RCA Nashville’s Old Dominion since the release of their self-titled third album in late October. Pearce has been a SiriusXM fave thanks to  “Every Little Thing”; Griffin, a SiriusXM Highway Find, is currently on the road with Pearce.

SiriusXM channel The Highway broadcast Pearce and Old Dominion’s sets live. Pandora’s Beville Dunkerley and SiriusXM’s Storme Warren were the evening’s hosts.

Photos by Jason Kempin/Getty Images for Pandora Media