LANCO Celebrates Its First No. 1 “Greatest Love Story”

Party Offers Respite from Nashville’s Teeth-chattering Cold

Brass monkeys were spotted among the crowd Thursday afternoon (Jan. 4) as it scurried along the subfreezing sidewalks of Nashville’s Music Row and into the BMI building to celebrate the band LANCO’s first No. 1 single, “Greatest Love Story.”

The weather apps said “Sunny 23°,” but the sun might as well have been a paper moon for all the good it did.

Inside, it was a different story. A stage had been set up in the center of the cavernous reception hall and was already cluttered with LANCO’s guitars, keyboards amps and mics.

Crisply uniformed bartenders circulated among the guests, offering red and white wines, while off to the side a buffet of spicy Mexican foods awaited.

After allowing the guests a half hour to mingle and warm up, BMI’s associate director of creative services, Josh Tomlinson, took the stage to tout LANCO’s upcoming tour and announce that the band’s first album, Hallelujah Nights, will be released Jan. 18.

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