Album/Single Review: “Pull You Through” / “Just Getting By” Maggie Rose
Oct20

Album/Single Review: “Pull You Through” / “Just Getting By” Maggie Rose

After two very well-received EPs (The Variety Show: Vol. 1 and More Dreams > Dollars) over the last year or so, which produced hits like “Love Me More,” “Body On Fire,” “Same Sky” and “More Dreams Than Dollars,” Maggie Rose is back with new music. Two songs, “Pulling You Through” and “Just Getting By” are set for a Digital 45 release, which costs $1.98 when...

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Devin Dawson Confronts Remarks And Lays Out Truth In Autobiographical “Dark Horse”
Oct18

Devin Dawson Confronts Remarks And Lays Out Truth In Autobiographical “Dark Horse”

Devin Dawson, one of the newest kids on the block, has proven to be quite an enigma. He hardly smiles for photos (a wry smile is given at best), uses a monochromic filter for all pictures, and had a little foray into metal music before venturing down to be a singer-songwriter in country music. But, it is this very enigmatic character of the Orangevale California native, his songwriting flair and groovy country-pop debut single...

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Kellie Pickler Shines On Gut-Wrenching New Ballad, Debuts Best Song Yet
Oct03

Kellie Pickler Shines On Gut-Wrenching New Ballad, Debuts Best Song Yet

Pain, hurt, heartache, gratitude, and love– these are some of the words you’d associate with Kellie Pickler’s poignant and tear-jerking new song, “If It Wasn’t For A Woman.”  Co-written on the anniversary of Pickler’s grandma’s passing with her husband, Kyle Jacobs, and songwriter, Brian Bunn, this song serves as a tribute to her grandma and the strong women in the writers’ lives.  After debuting it...

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Mickey Guyton Paints Beautiful Imagery with “Nice Things”
Aug02

Mickey Guyton Paints Beautiful Imagery with “Nice Things”

Good (and “Nice”) things come to those who wait- with patience and anticipation.  For many fans of the 34-year-old, it is patience that has become a virtue they’ve learned to master. Why country radio hasn’t fully embraced the incredibly talented Mickey Guyton into its airplay arms is still bewildering to many. First introduced to the country community in 2015 with the emotional and empowering “Better...

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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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