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Music City
MADDIE & TAE ARE GOLDEN
2/10/20

Mercury Nashville’s Maddie & Tae have plenty of reasons to celebrate as their latest single, “Die from a Broken Heart,” was certified RIAA gold ahead of their Grand Ole Opry performance over the weekend. The track, which is approaching the Top 30 at country radio, has garnered 130m+ streams since its release while the music video had the best performing first week for a country female in 2019. It will appear on the duo’s upcoming sophomore album, The Way It Feels, due 4/10.

Their breakout platinum single, “Girl in a Country Song,” topped the country airplay charts in 2013 and earned them nods from the Country Music Academy and Radio Disney Music along with multiple ACM, CMA and CMT award nominations. The pair is now set to support BMLG’s Lady Antebellum on their 2020 Ocean Tour following their own headlining Tourist in This Town Tour. For more info and details, click here.

Pictured below (l-r) are Mercury Nashville’s VP of Promotion Damon Moberly, Red Light Management’s Haley McLemore, UMG Nashville SVP of A&R Stephanie Wright, Maddie Marlow, Tae Dye, and UMG Nashville’s EVP of A&R Brian Wright and EVP of Promotion Royce Risser.