Florida Georgia Line Go All Out For #SmoothTour
Aug14

Florida Georgia Line Go All Out For #SmoothTour

Florida Georgia Line’s Smooth Tour is one of the hottest tours of the summer. On August 5th it rolled into town in Bristow, Virginia. A sold out show awaited the explosive duo’s arrival. Ryan Hurd was the first artist to take the stage. His rocker demeanor makes him an unusual fit on the tour, however, he nailed it. Hurd has massive craftsmanship and pose. His music is authentic and well loved. A rising star in the making,...

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Russell Dickerson: A Must See.
Jun19

Russell Dickerson: A Must See.

It was a Thursday night and I was just leaving the office with no plans in mind for the night, but that all changed when I turned on the radio. Russell Dickerson was performing live for his radio tour and I knew this was my chance to see him before he completely changes country music with his single, “Yours.” He took the stage with a drink in hand and was ready to party. He started it off with “Every Little...

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Codie Prevost Amazes Us With New Song “You Won’t Sleep Tonight”
May30

Codie Prevost Amazes Us With New Song “You Won’t Sleep Tonight”

Mix hard work and perseverance with an extended road trip and you have the makings of the new song “You Won’t Sleep Tonight” by Codie Prevost. The song is a take on being away for a long time and the anticipation of coming home to your loved one. The 32-year-old artist co-wrote the tune with Adam Wheeler (the two also co-wrote “Someday” – which was Top 50 on the Canadian charts). The new single is the first from Prevost’s upcoming...

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“Dig Your Roots” with Florida Georgia Line
Aug29

“Dig Your Roots” with Florida Georgia Line

When Florida Georgia Line promised that their third studio album would portray growth and maturity, they meant it. Dig Your Roots is a 15-track piece of art that relies more on intimate love songs and less on party anthems. Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard co-wrote eight tracks on this album which ultimately showcases their ability to write more meaningful lyrics that depicts vulnerability and wisdom. The amazing line-up of featured...

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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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