CMT Unveils Next Women Of Country Class Of 2023

CMT Unveils Next Women Of Country Class Of 2023

Television network CMT has unveiled its Next Women Of Country class Of 2023.

CMT has selected 16 rising female country music artists for the 10-year anniversary of the franchise.

They are Sony Music Nashville/Columbia artist Alana Springsteen, Angie K, Big Loud’s Ashley Cooke, Warner Music Nashville’s Avery Anna, Carter Faith, Catie Offerman, Sony’s Georgia Webster, Julie Williams, Kasey Tyndall, Kimberly Kelly, Mackenzie Carpenter, Black River’s MaRynn Taylor, Sony Music Nashville/Columbia’s Megan Moroney, O.N.E The Duo, Pillbox Patti and Roberta Lea.

The class of 2023 is the largest class of inductees in the program’s history.

Over the next year, the selected young artists will receive cross-brand support for their music and videos on CMT, CMT Music, PlutoTV‘s CMT Equal Play Channel, CMT Hot 20 Countdown, CMT.com and CMT‘s social channels. They will also be eleigible for cross-promotional opportunities for Paramount Media’s MTV Entertainment Group brands with live events, the Paramount Times Square NYC Billboard and more.

CMT made the announcement at a live concert event at City Winery Nashville Tuesday night, marking the network’s 10-year anniversary celebration of the program.

“Each year, it’s extremely gratifying to welcome a new wave of fiercely independent females to our Next Women of Country program, all of whom are blazing their own paths and playing by their own rules,” said Leslie Fram, SVP of Music & Talent, CMT.

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