#CMchat Exclusive Interview: Canaan Cox about his new single “Lie”
Aug04

#CMchat Exclusive Interview: Canaan Cox about his new single “Lie”

Singer/songwriter Canaan Cox grew up in Hendersonville, North Carolina, with his grandma’s out-of-tune piano, a family that passed instruments around when they got together, singing at church and with his mom’s band at bars. Sounds like a country song in the making. And did we mention he has seven sisters? What were your favorite songs to play on the piano with your grandmother growing up?  Have you or will you write a song about her...

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Canaan Cox Debut Single “Lie” Drops Early August
Jul20

Canaan Cox Debut Single “Lie” Drops Early August

Originally from Hendersonville, North Carolina, Canaan Cox grew up in a musical family with some of his earliest memories surrounding his grandmother playing classical piano with him at a young age. His mother was in a band where he would sometimes sing along. At the age of 9, he picked up a mandolin and learned to play. Cox earned a degree in Musical Theatre from Catawba College in Salisbury, North Carolina. In a press release,...

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Tracy Lawrence
Mar29

Tracy Lawrence

It’s hard to believe that it was all the way back in August that we had Tracy Lawrence on for a monday night #CMchat twitterview. He was on in support of his latest studio release, Headlights, Tailights and Radios. This week, we welcomed Tracy back to our chat, but this time for a Google+ Twangout. We chatted about his new music video for his latest single, ‘Lie’, in addition to new music, old music, and everything...

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Review: @Tracy_Lawrence’s “Lie”
Mar28

Review: @Tracy_Lawrence’s “Lie”

It’s no secret – we have all been there, we have all felt that. Only, we haven’t been able to so eloquently put our position or feelings into a gut-wrenching song the way Tracy Lawrence has with his newest single, “Lie.” Lawrence adopts the role of the man left behind in a relationship that is no longer, who cannot seem to pick himself up off the floor, put one foot in front of the other, and begin the...

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