25 Reasons to Love @TaylorSwift13
Dec13

25 Reasons to Love @TaylorSwift13

Today marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of the birth of a musical prodigy. On December 13, 1989, bouncing bundle of joy, Taylor Alison Swift, was born and, little did her parents know, this date marked the arrival of a girl who would change the face of music forever. Now, Country Music #CMchat realizes that Taylor has departed from the country industry to pursue a pop path, but that doesn’t mean that she didn’t dedicate...

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.@TaylorSwift13 Was @DClarkP’s First …?
Nov24

.@TaylorSwift13 Was @DClarkP’s First …?

Minds out of the gutters, folks. Last night at the 2014 American Music Awards (“AMAs“), a Dick Clark Productions event, Taylor Swift was honored with the first ever Dick Clark Award for Excellence. The award was presented to Taylor by legendary Diana Ross (and her even more iconic hair), dubbing Taylor an “artist, innovator, and icon.” Now, while the word “icon” is awfully large for someone of...

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Congratulations to the #CountryMusic @TheAMAs Nominees
Oct16

Congratulations to the #CountryMusic @TheAMAs Nominees

The American Music Awards (“AMAs”) were created in 1973 by Dick Clark. Originally, the show was intended to directly compete with The Grammy Awards, but has since grown wings and has earned the respect of the industry in its own right. While the Grammy nominations and winners are selected by the people who make up the Recording Academy, the AMA nomination determinations rely on a mix of both sales and popularity....

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Rock and Roll with Carrie Underwood Tonight
May31

Rock and Roll with Carrie Underwood Tonight

Carrie Underwood, along with Bonnie Raitt, Sheryl Crow, Stevie Nicks, and Emmylou Harris, will appear tonight on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction, airing on HBO. These five powerful women will be performing some of Linda Ronstadt’s biggest hits, including “Different Drum,” “Blue Bayou,” “You’re No Good,” and “It’s So Easy.” The ceremony will air tonight on HBO...

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.@CraigCambellTV Talks Ear Worms and Royals
Mar08

.@CraigCambellTV Talks Ear Worms and Royals

Have you heard the Craig Cambell cover of Lorde’s “Royals” featuring The Raging Idiots?   TMZ caught up with Craig who says that he is planning to put some country into a few other songs. And it looks like it could be a medley of different genres. Sounds interesting. Check out the video below! Have you heard Craig’s version of Royals yet? What other Ear Worms would you like to hear Craig Cambell remake?...

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