Country Music’s #CMchat #Sweet16 NCAA #MarchMadness
Mar26

Country Music’s #CMchat #Sweet16 NCAA #MarchMadness

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, once again. Okay, maybe not the most wonderful time for everybody, but it is most certainly the SWEETEST. That’s right — the NCAA March Madness Sweet Sixteen is upon us and college basketball fans everywhere are rejoicing, stressing, screaming, cheering, and, on occasion, crying. This sentiment holds true for many country stars who are supporting their favorite universities...

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Review: @ClaytonAnderson Is Right Where He Belongs on EP
Dec01

Review: @ClaytonAnderson Is Right Where He Belongs on EP

A few months ago, #CMChat had the┬áchance to chat with rising country star, Clayton Anderson. He’s since attended the CMA Awards, where he met up with our own Jessica Northey and Jen Swirsky, and toured all over the country in support of his his EP, Right Where I Belong, a catchy collection of country confection. While his bread and butter as an artist is truly his incredible stage show that we were lucky to catch at this...

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.@ClaytonAnderson is on the Road to the #CMAAwards (Watch!)
Oct30

.@ClaytonAnderson is on the Road to the #CMAAwards (Watch!)

Earlier this year, we here at #CMChat introduced you to rising country star, Clayton Anderson. Since our interview, he’s been touring all over the country, gaining new fans each and every time he opens his mouth. Those new fans include The CMA Awards and JCPenney, who featured him as their male emerging artist and offered him the opportunity of a lifetime. They gave him an official invite to the 2014 CMA Awards, where...

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Rising Country Star @ClaytonAnderson
Mar29

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Rising Country Star @ClaytonAnderson

It’s not every day you do an interview with an artist who admits that he’s chatting from a street corner in Key West, Florida, watching drunk people fall off scooters. It’s also not every day that you chat with an artist who admits he didn’t start playing music until college and realized that he wasn’t “that bad” when he won a contest to open for Kenny Chesney. Frankly, it’s not every...

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