Win a Trip To Nashville With The Shires

With the Grand Ole Opry just around the corner The Shires have launched an amazing competition for one lucky person (and friend) to watch their debut performance in Nashville!

The winner will be announced this Sunday 24th May on the Pulse1 Radio show – prize includes:

  • Flights for 2
  • 5 nights B&B at the Embassy Suites Hotel
  • Money for transport costs while in the city
  • 2 tickets to see the UK’s first ever home-grown Country duo The Shires at The Grand Ole Opry
  • A backstage tour
  • Music City Attraction pass for 2 – for over 30 Nashville attractions and venues
  • A Music City giftbag

To enter visit http://www.pulse1.co.uk/win/win-a-trip-to-nashville

Speaking on BBC Breakfast TV earlier this week The Shires commented on how much more nervous they were about playing at the Grand Ole Opry than playing Glastonbury later this year and that being British has affected their success in Nashville. “They love it. Being British it’s definitely a talking point, but I think what’s great about Nashville, is when you get in a room and start writing the differences go out the window and there is a mutual respect.” say Ben Earle.

The British country duo, are the only British country band to ever have a hit album in the UK! “Country music has evolved so much since the Rhinestones, Stetson’s and cowboy boots. I urge everyone to listen to the sound of new country.” stated Crissie Rhodes.

This week a Twitter campaign was launched to get The Shires debut album ‘Brave‘ back in the top 10 of the UK album chart – to get involved tweet #UKCountry4top10

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