Tim McGraw, The Band Perry and Rascal Flatts were among the superstar talent performing at a Nashville club during a Country Radio Seminar kickoff party sponsored by Big Machine Label Group and CMT Radio. Cody Alan, host of CMT Radio Live With Cody Alan, hosted the invitation-only event Tuesday night (Feb. 26) at 3rd & Lindsley. The Band Perry kicked off the evening with a set that included the debut of their new single, "Done." Newcomers RaeLynn and Cassadee Pope also performed, and Pope announced she will be part of Rascal Flatts' Changed tour later this year. At one point during his set, Thomas Rhett brought out a megaphone during his performance of "1994," a song he co-wrote which is Jason Aldean's latest single. Justin Moore offered several songs, including his new single, "Point at You." Rascal Flatts, the night's surprise performers, welcomed a choir to the stage to help them perform "Changed." McGraw, who headlined the show, delivered an acoustic set that began with "Nashville Without You," a track from his recently-released Two Lanes of Freedom album, and included his classic "Something Like That."