Nash Country Weekly
The June 15, 2015 issue, the first after the rename to Nash Country Weekly, featuring Sam Hunt on the cover.
|Publisher||American Media, Inc.|
|First issue||April 12, 1994|
|Final issue||May 2, 2016|
|Based in||Nashville, Tennessee|
Nash Country Weekly was an American lifestyle weekly magazine about country artists and their music, established in 1994. The magazine focused on country music stars and events, and regularly featured exclusive interviews with recording artists and country music news. Country Weekly also cosponsored the CMT/TNN Country Weekly Music Awards, at the time the only nationally televised country music awards show that allowed fans to vote for the winners.
In February 2009, Country Weekly reverted to a weekly magazine, having been issued fortnightly since 1999. The magazine also dropped subscriptions at that point (which it has since reinstated), and changed its logo. The magazine was renamed Nash Country Weekly in June 2015, as a means of co-branding with Nash FM. Nash Country Weekly closed its print publication in April 2016.
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