#BreakingTheIce Ricky Cook
Apr09

#BreakingTheIce Ricky Cook

Tennessee native Ricky Cook sings traditional country music. Cook co-wrote all of the tracks on his first album “Thanks A Lot Loretta” which will be released on April 2nd. Cook, along with his good buddy J.P Pennington, wrote each track from their heart and soul. If you like real country music, you’re gonna love Ricky Cook. 1. Where are you answering these questions from & what are you wearing  I’m at Hilltop...

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Country Faith: The Heart and Soul of Country Music
Feb27

Country Faith: The Heart and Soul of Country Music

Love songs have no season. The newest album release in the Country Faith series, Love Songs, is a testament to that. With her start in television production and as an on-air radio personality in Shreveport, author Deborah Evans Price moved to Nashville more than 30 years ago. Her resume includes a number of editorial positions: Country News magazine, American Songwriter, Billboard, Country Weekly, AOL’s The Boot, GMCtv.com (Gospel...

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7 Times We Loved to Hate @KaceyMusgraves in #7QuickClicks
May01

7 Times We Loved to Hate @KaceyMusgraves in #7QuickClicks

She is frequently unapologetic, occasionally unsupportive, often snarky, always unique, and we can’t help but love her through all of these moments … even when we hate her. Kacey Musgraves has certainly followed her own arrow in life, but, even more so, in the country music industry. Kacey’s music pushes envelopes, while her behavior has been known to push buttons; however, you have to admit she is simply impossible...

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.@KelliePickler Launches Home Goods Line #SelmaDrye at the @Opry
Apr14

[email protected] Launches Home Goods Line #SelmaDrye at the @Opry

Country Music’s #CMchat was incredibly fortunate to attend a special event at the Grand Ole Opry. Tonight, Kellie Pickler unveiled a new line of home goods, inspired by her great-grandmother Selma Drye, that is available exclusively through the Opry. Prior to her unveiling, Kellie performed on the iconic stage, brightening audience members’ nights with three songs – “Red High Heels”; Loretta Lynn’s...

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Brooklyhn Woods
Mar04

Brooklyhn Woods

Born and raised in Lynch, Kentucky, a town known for coal-mining, Brooklyhn Woods is as country as a girl can be. So when Brooklyhn dug deep into herself and discovered her innate talent, she knew immediately she was destined for a future in country music, as she envelopes everything the genre is from her roots down to her boots. Channeling her upbringing, Brooklyhn began singing and songwriting, embracing her heritage and pouring...

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