Luke Combs, Maren Morris Announced for Accountability in Country Music Q&A for CRS 2021

by Quentin Blount
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Country music stars Luke Combs and Maren Morris are set to participate in a virtual Q&A session during the 2021 Country Radio Seminar.

Combs and Morris’ segment during the seminar will take place on February 17th and is being sponsored by All Access. It will feature a Q&A session with the two country stars, focusing on accountability and how they view their roles as artists. The 2021 CRS is being held as a virtual event this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. It takes place from February 16th to 19th.

NPR Music critic and correspondent and the Nashville correspondent for WXPN’s World Café, Ann Powers, will be moderating the session. The conversation between Powers, Combs, and Morris will take a look at what country music means to this new generation of stars. It will also address country music’s sometimes problematic past and how they can hold themselves accountable to help reshape it for the better.

Combs and Morris, the 2020 CMA Male Vocalist of the Year, and 2020 CMA Female Vocalist of the Year are a welcome sight to the four-day CRS 2021: The Virtual Experience agenda. The agenda is currently available to view on the CRS 2021 pre-event site. Attendees who visit the pre-event website can now add agenda items directly to their calendars.

Other Events In Addition to Luke Combs, Maren Morris Q&A

CRS 2021: The Virtual Experience will still be accompanied by many of the Country Radio Seminar’s most anticipated events. Some of these include educational panels, virtual networking, and workshops.

Furthermore, CRS 2021: The Virtual Experience includes a number of other events that country music fans will surely enjoy. Country superstar Luke Bryan will be the subject of the annual CRS Artist Interview. The event also includes label-sponsored performances. In addition, the New Faces Showcase will feature Tenille Arts, Travis Denning, Ashley McBryde, Hardy, and Matt Stell.

There are also several other high-profile segments of the event. Headlining Amazon Music Presents: Country Heat at CRS will be none other than Tim McGraw with performances by Kameron Marlowe, Priscilla Block, Shy Carter, and Track45.

Bob Kingsley’s Acoustic Alley will be featuring Thomas Rhett and special guests, Rhett Akins and Parker Welling. The Warner Music Nashville luncheon will be headlined by Dan + Shay. It will also include additional performances by Brett Eldredge, Cole Swindell, Drew Parker, Ian Munsick, Michael Ray, Robyn Ottolini, and Shy Carter.

Registered attendees to CRS 2021: The Virtual Experience can view the session at 3 p.m. CT/ 4 p.m. ET on February 17th. Registration for the event is $199 per person and is available for purchase on the CRS website.

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