Published on June 4th, 2018 | by Jerry Doby0
Warner Music Nashville Songstress RaeLynn’s ‘Ride On The Row’ Slated For June 8
Second Annual Charity Spin Class with KrankFIT to Benefit RaeLynn Diabetes Fund
Entertainment Tonight commended RaeLynn as she “sets regal rules to live by in new video for ‘Queens Don’t’” and now the emboldened songstress is setting fitness rules to live by with her second annual spin class: RaeLynn’s Ride on the Row. Slated for Friday, June 8 at 7:00 AM, RaeLynn, and her fans will work out with KrankFIT instructors Adam Denison and Annie Hickox for one hour and all proceeds will benefit the RaeLynn Diabetes Fund (more info HERE).
The ACM New Female Vocalist of the Year nominee frequently attends spin classes when she is not on the road promoting her new song, “Queens Don’t” and after a successful ride last year at the KrankFIT studios in Green Hills, she wanted to bring the party closer to CMA Fest.
Fans can sign up here: https://wmna.sh/rae_krank.
She will later perform on the Radio Disney Country Stage at 1:00 PM and again on Saturday, June 9 at 10:45 AM on the Chevy Riverfront Stage. Spaces are limited for RaeLynn’s Ride on the Row, and fans have another chance to meet her on Saturday, June 9 during her Fan Party from 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM. Tickets for her Fan Party can be purchased (HERE).
RAELYNN’S RIDE ON THE ROW
When: Friday, June 8; 7:00AM – 8:00AM
Where: Warner Music Nashville Tent | 20 Music Square East
Time: 7:00AM – 8:00AM (45 Minute Ride)
Cost: $30 | 100% of the proceeds benefiting RaeLynn’s Diabetes Fund
Participants will be provided with shoes, and towels and are asked to arrive 15 minutes before the ride. They will also enjoy complimentary goodies from the event sponsors, including Batiste dry shampoo, Defiance Fuel water, and Vega protein bars. To continue celebrations with “Queens Don’t,” RaeLynn encourages fans to sport colorful workout clothes with a queens theme in mind. Fans can look to the track’s official music video, which has garnered nearly three million views, for inspiration:
Last month, RaeLynn participated in a Habitat for Humanity Build in Nashville, TN, before heading to Hawaii to fulfill the wish of Kierra at the Make-A-Wish gala. All experiences are featured in RaeLynn’s most recent RaeLynn In Real Life episode:
“Queens Don’t” is the first new music from RaeLynn since her debut record WildHorse arrived at No. 1 on Billboard’s Country Albums Chart and Top 10 on Billboard’s All-Genre Albums Sales Chart upon release. Directed by Sean Hagwell, the accompanying “Queens Don’t” video, which has tallied over 2.9 million views since release, follows the ACM New Female Vocalist nominee through a full photoshoot, offering fans a behind-the-scenes glimpse into her life. “Queens Don’t” has already been added to multiple playlists including Spotify’s Wild Country and Next from Nashville as well as Apple Music’s Best of the Week and Breaking Country. With over 250 million streams to date, RaeLynn is solidifying herself as a breakout artist. She co-wrote 11 of the 12 tracks on Wildhorse, which was recognized as one of the 40 Best Country and Americana Albums of 2017 by Rolling Stone and a Best Country Album by UPROXX and Stereogum in addition to being a “People’s Picks” by People. The album’s lead single, “Love Triangle,” tells her personal story in a way that “is a raw and emotional account of what it’s like to be the child of divorced parents” (People), which media and fans immediately gravitated toward.
“Queen’s Don’t” ushers in a new era for the singer-songwriter, who signed a new publishing deal with Tree Vibez Music (founded by Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard and Bryan Kelley) and released a special track, “Festival,” to coincide with the launch of Too Faced’s “Life’s A Festival” campaign. RaeLynn is the first country artist to be the face of a Too Faced line, which is available in stores worldwide. The breakout star has earned numerous award nominations from the Academy of Country Music, Radio Disney Music Awards and CMT Music Awards. She has performed on several national TV shows including TODAY, Late Night with Seth Meyers and ELLEN.
Courtesy of Warner Music Nashville