Best Puckin’ National Anthem Singers Ever
Jun13

Best Puckin’ National Anthem Singers Ever

The Nashville Predators made history in the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs when they advanced to the Stanley Cup Finals for the first time in the history of the franchise. Though they fell to the Pittsburgh Penguins in Game 6 of the Finals, there was one aspect that they blew away every other franchise on – their mystery anthem singers. Whether you rooted for the Predators during their quest for The Cup or not, they have indubitably...

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#CMchat Exclusive Interview: Steve Moakler
Jun12

#CMchat Exclusive Interview: Steve Moakler

“Authentic,”“honest,” “from the heart.” That’s how we would describe Steve Moakler’s latest album, Steel Town. While the project does not necessarily have what traditionalists might call the “real country sound” that harkens back to the days of Ernest Tubbs or Tammy Wynette, what it does have is the undeniable truth and storytelling element that is ever present in timeless country songs. From the small town camaraderie, hard work,...

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Adam Sanders Transcends Generations With New Single, ‘I’ve Been Meaning to Call’
Dec02

Adam Sanders Transcends Generations With New Single, ‘I’ve Been Meaning to Call’

If you have listened to country radio within the last few years, then you have undoubtedly come across one of Adam Sanders songwriting successes. As the co-writer of number ones recorded by Cole Swindell and Dustin Lynch, plus song cuts on albums for megastars like Dierks Bentley and Luke Bryan, Adam Sanders has proven ready to break through with a smash hit under his own name. His generationally transcending latest single. “I’ve Been...

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Is Cadillac Three Too Country for Country?
Aug11

Is Cadillac Three Too Country for Country?

Country-rock trio The Cadillac Three keep having to prove themselves in their own genre, leading this writer to believe, The Cadillac Three might be too country for country. The trio: Jaren Johnston, Kelby Ray Caldwell, and Neil Mason, have just released their second album Bury Me in My Boots, an album that builds on the ambition of their self-titled debut. So why does their sincerity keep getting questioned? In a recent interview...

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5 Fun Facts About Dierks Bentley Black Album
Jun01

5 Fun Facts About Dierks Bentley Black Album

On May 27th Dierks Bentley released his eighth studio album Black via Capitol Records Nashville. The title is not only his wife’s maiden name but also resembles what happens when the sun goes down. A mature and developed Bentley showcases much growth on the 13-track master work. Here are 5 Fun Facts about his new album. 1. Collaborations Black features interesting collaborations with some amazing artists. With tracks like...

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