Josh Turner Explores The Deep South On New Album
Mar21

Josh Turner Explores The Deep South On New Album

Fourteen years ago South Carolina native Josh Turner released his debut album. He wrote the title track and first single, “Long Black Train,” which he debuted at his first Grand Ole Opry performance in 2001. The tune was very well received and stayed on the Billboard country charts for over 40 weeks. It was nominated in 2004 for a number of awards – including CMT Music Awards Breakthrough Video of the Year, Country Music...

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The Swon Brothers Discuss Change, Growth and Pretty Cool Scars
Mar21

The Swon Brothers Discuss Change, Growth and Pretty Cool Scars

The Swon Brothers are back with new music and their fans couldn’t be happier. Pretty Cool Scars is a six-song EP and the brothers say it’s their most authentic record to date. From the first track, you can tell this one is different from their previous work. The brothers teamed up with producer Brad Hill, who also has worked with such artists Maren Morris and Brothers Osborne, and they think he is the main force behind the change....

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Kalie Shorr Stuns With New EP Slingshot
Mar17

Kalie Shorr Stuns With New EP Slingshot

In a post-Taylor Swift country world radio is desperately seeking out someone to fill in those big shoes. Artists like Kelsea Ballerini, Lauren Alaina, Maren Morris, And Raelynn are doing their part. It’s time to add Kalie Shorr to that list! Just take a listen to her EP Slingshot “Fight Like A Girl” “Fight Like A Girl” starts this EP off on such a powerful note. This song is an anthem. Growing up being...

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American Idol Alum Josh Gracin Returns With Nothin’ Like Us, Pt. 1
Mar13

American Idol Alum Josh Gracin Returns With Nothin’ Like Us, Pt. 1

Eleven-year-old Josh Gracin was listening to Garth Brooks and George Strait, already saying that country music was the genre that best fit his life. Five years later he performed on the Grand Ole Opry stage as part of a national talent show and recorded a demo album in Nashville. Fast forward to 2003, the now 22-year-old Michigan native auditioned for American Idol’s second season with O-Town’s “All or Nothing.” The Lance Corporal in...

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3 Concerns and 7 Insights in Old Dominion’s ‘No Such Thing As a Broken Heart’
Mar10

3 Concerns and 7 Insights in Old Dominion’s ‘No Such Thing As a Broken Heart’

After three consecutive No. 1 singles from their debut album, Meat and Candy, Old Dominion is sharing a highly-anticipated glimpse of their sophomore album with the release of a brand new song. “No Such Thing as a Broken Heart,” might be their most candid and insightful song yet. Written by Matthew Ramsey, Trevor Rosen, Brad Tursi, and Jesse Frasure, the powerful ballad is balanced with synchronized piano and drum beats and awakened...

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Dustin Lynch Explores Life and Love in Upbeat New Single ‘Small Town Boy’
Mar07

Dustin Lynch Explores Life and Love in Upbeat New Single ‘Small Town Boy’

Dustin Lynch has been steadily making a name for himself in the country music world. From his first album with the beautiful love song “Cowboys and Angels” which he dedicated to his grandparents, to the ever-popular “Yep, Yep” catchphrase from his sophomore album’s hit single “Where It’s At,” Lynch’s fanbase and career has exploded. Following in the footsteps of his most recent No. 1 hit “Seein’ Red,” Dustin Lynch has released “Small...

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