Joe Nichols and His Music “Never Gets Old”
Jul31

Joe Nichols and His Music “Never Gets Old”

BBR Music Group/ Red Bow recording artist Joe Nichols is back with a brand new album. The title track and lead single “Never Gets Old” written by Steve Moakler and Connie Harrington is a mid tempo track which takes a wistful view on love. Nichols, a multi platinum selling artist, didn’t disappoint one bit with his traditional baritone vocals or his irony inspired humor on tracks such as “Diamonds Make...

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Karla Davis Wearing Me Out Facebook Video Premiere
Jul31

Karla Davis Wearing Me Out Facebook Video Premiere

With her blue-eyed soulful country sound, Karla Davis is bringing a fresh sound to country radio with her debut single Wearing Me Out. Davis’ breakout single was written with Grammy winner Gordon Kennedy (Song of the Year – Change the World, Eric Clapton). You can catch the music video for Davis’ magnetic single here: Having performed on the stages of NBC’s The Voice, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, The Grand Ole...

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Cassie’s Kick-ass Country: July Recap
Jul31

Cassie’s Kick-ass Country: July Recap

We have plowed through two months of  Cassie’s Kick-ass Country. I can’t believe how many people have listened and reached out to me about the podcast. We have a new look, but don’t worry it’s the same podcast! Let’s recap July: EP. 8: April Kry I sat down with singer/songwriter April Kry. We talked about her latest single, “While We’re Young” and the meaning behind the song. Her motto is most...

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#CMchat Exclusive Interview: J Adam Broome


Jul29

#CMchat Exclusive Interview: J Adam Broome



“It shook me to the core when I heard it for the first time…I think I almost cried” J Adam Broome shares about Brantley Gilbert’s “Three Feet of Water,” an ode to the baptismal waters and God’s saving grace. Gilbert and Broome share some things in common. Apart from the “you look like Brantley Gilbert” remark he often gets, — and let’s be honest, there is spitting resemblance between the two — it was also Gilbert’s...

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Here’s Why Chicago Is Special To LANco
Jul27

Here’s Why Chicago Is Special To LANco

Chicago is home to landmarks such as Millennium Park, the Willis Tower (formerly the Sears Tower) and Wrigley Field; but did you know it’s also a place of significance for LANco? I recently sat down with the rising country music stars while they were back in town to perform at the Windy City Smokeout. They divulged on their new music and why Chicago holds a special spot in their hearts. You’re currently signed to Sony Music Nashville,...

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