96.1 NOW BRINGS THE KIDD KRADDICK MORNING SHOW’S BIG SUMMER BLAST TO THE AT&T CENTER ON AUGUST 16
FEATURING BRYCE VINE, ALLY BROOKE, BAZZI, AND WHY DON’T WE
SAN ANTONIO (June 17, 2019) — 96.1 NOW and Live Nation are bringing the party of the summer to San Antonio when pop and hip hop superstars Bryce Vine, Ally Brooke, Bazzi, and Why Don’t We join forces for The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show’s Big Summer Blastat the AT&T Center on Friday, Aug. 16.
Presented by Live Nation and 96.1 NOW, The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show’s Big Summer Blast unites four of the hottest acts for a one-of-a-kind summer sendoff.
Rapper Bryce Vine started his career at the Berklee College of Music after a stint on The Glee Project. His debut EP, Lazy Fair, launched a successful career with online hits “Sour Patch Kids” and “Guilty Pleasure”. His first major hit “Drew Barrymore”, released in 2017 was met with critical acclaim. Vine plans to release his first full-length album, Carnival, in July.
San Antonio native Ally Brooke is on the heels of her solo debut album after rising to the top with multi-platinum group Fifth Harmony. With a new sound that marries her Latin heritage and love of pop music, Brooke released “Low Key” featuring Tyga, her first single from the upcoming album.
Bazzi made his debut on the Billboard Hot 100 with his single, “Mine”, which climbed as high as No. 11. Bazzi’s freshman album, Cosmic, peaked at No. 14 on the US Billboard 200 albums chart, and he received an MTV Video Music Awards nod for Best New Artist in 2018. The rapper’s recently-released single “Paradise” has made appearances on multiple international charts.
Pop group Why Don’t We has released five EPs and a feature-length album in its young career, producing hit songs like “Unbelievable” and “I Don’t Belong In This Club”, featuring Macklemore. Each of the band’s five members had his own career before the boy band was formed in 2016. Why Don’t We has been nominated for several awards, including Best Push Artist at both the 2018 MTV Europe Music Awards and the 2018 Radio Disney Music Awards