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WMN MAKES HISTORY
4/27/20

 

John
Esposito's Warner Music Nashville has made history with Ingrid Andress and Gabby Barrett becoming the first female artists to go back-to-back with #1 singles (4/19, 4/26) on the Mediabase Country radio airplay chart. 

“This accomplishment is a testament to our entire organization,” Espo said. “And, of course, to Gabby and Ingrid – thank you for letting us share in your visions. I am so proud to add to the legacy of Warner Music Nashville with each of you, and this is just the first step.”

Andress' "More Hearts Than Mine" is the lead single off her debut album Lady Like, which was the highest streaming country-female-debut of all time. With "I Hope" Gabby Barrett became the first solo-female-debut to top country radio since 2017. Later this year, the Red Light-managed Barrett will release her debut album.