Ana Cristina Cash’s Newest Release “The Tough Love”
May17

Ana Cristina Cash’s Newest Release “The Tough Love”

Singer-songwriter Ana Cristina Cash’s newest release, The Tough Love, sends a clear message of self-empowerment. Husband John Carter Cash recorded and produced it at the historical Cash Cabin Studio in Henderson, Tennessee. The EP showcases her broad vocal range that goes “from an expressive and resonating contralto to an amazingly high coloratura soprano, known to some as the ‘whistle register’.” “Ever since I was a child, music has...

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Jimmy Fortune Sings The Classics On New Album
May14

Jimmy Fortune Sings The Classics On New Album

Whether it be for his Country Music Hall of Fame career with The Statler Brothers or his solo run since the band retired in 2002, Jimmy Fortune is known as one of the greatest tenors in Country Music. If you need proof of that, take a listen to his new album, Jimmy Fortune Sings The Classics. At his home north of Nashville, the singer told CMChat how the album came to be. “I teamed up with Bill Gaither a couple of years ago and did a...

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Colt Ford “Love Hope Faith” Album Review
May11

Colt Ford “Love Hope Faith” Album Review

Georgia native Colt Ford has become a huge impact on the “hick-hop” genre within country music. He has beaten all odds and achieved more than most ever will even with little radio and mainstream support. He is a boss, an inspiration to those who want to follow his lead and he is back with his 6th studio album titled Love Hope Faith. It’s a 13 track piece that was released on May 5th 2017. It’s a solid concept...

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Tyler Farr “I Should Go To Church Sometime” Review
Apr30

Tyler Farr “I Should Go To Church Sometime” Review

Columbia Nashville recording artist Tyler Farr is known for his raspy baritone vocals as well as his rebellious ways, however, his new single titled “I Should Go To Church Sometime” is totally out of the ballpark for what fans expect from Tyler. The track was written by Brinley Addington, Michael Hardy and Sarah Turner and it’s a powerful one. An electric guitar riff plays beautifully as Tyler Farr’s angelic...

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All Twangs Considered: Andrew Pope
Apr29

All Twangs Considered: Andrew Pope

Andrew Pope, an Alabama country boy, brings southern charm, and a soulful voice to his first release.  We spoke about his album, Stoned On The One, due out May 5th, featuring appearances by The Bellamy Brothers, Robby Turner, Mickey Raphael, and Joe Spivey. Andrew reminds me of the country I was raised on… somewhat Kenny Rogers, with a dash of Merle, Hank Jr, Waylon, and a pinch of something all his own. He’s been...

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Eli Young Band’s Comes Alive With New Album “Fingerprints”
Apr25

Eli Young Band’s Comes Alive With New Album “Fingerprints”

Mike Eli was just 10 when his parents took him to see Garth Brooks in concert. Watching the superstar lead him to decide music was his calling. His mom was in his corner, but his dad made it clear college would come first. Father must know best. Eli went to the University of North Texas. And, as all the best stories go, it was in college that he met his future band mates. His roommate was James Young. It was on the Denton, Texas,...

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