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Album Review: Brian Collins | ‘Healing Highway’

Brian CollinsThe new 13-track album by Brian Collins entitled ‘Healing Highway’ releases on iTunes October 7th.   Not only did Collins co-write every song on the album, but he produced it along with Mills Logan and Kenny Greenberg. Continue Reading →

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Song Review: Nate Green | “Wild And Free”

Nate GreenCountry newcomer Nate Green is grabbing attention across the globe with his debut single “Wild and Free.” And his good looks certainly aren’t hindering him.
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Song Review: Billy Gilman | “Say You Will”

Billy GilmanFormer child country star Billy Gilman makes a comeback with his new single “Say You Will.” At 12 years old, he became a multi-platinum selling and Grammy nominated artist. Now, he’s 26 and ready to take on the industry with a new perspective. Continue Reading →

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Song Review: Clare Dunn | “Get Out”

Clare DunnCountry newcomer Clare Dunn grew up driving John Deere tractors and eighteen-wheelers. Now she has the pedal to the medal as she breaks into the music industry with her debut single “Get Out.” It’s sitting at #17 on the Music Row Country Breakout Chart, #41 on Billboard Indicator and #43 on Aircheck Activator. Continue Reading →

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Song Review: Maggie Rose | “Girl In Your Truck Song”

Maggie-Rose-Girl-in-Your-Truck-SongMaggie Rose delivers a clever and catchy tune with her new song “Girl In Your Truck Song”.

She makes clever use of popular lyrics from many “bro-country” songs like “get your shine on”, “cruise”, “hop on in and slide over”, and many more threaded throughout the song.  You will find yourself listening over and over just to see how many “bro-country” song lyrics you can pick out! Aside from that fun aspect, you will want to listen again simply because it’s a catchy mid-tempo tune sung by a very talented vocalist.  Continue Reading →

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Album Review: Brinley Addington | ‘Middle Of Nowhere’

Brinley AddingtonWith his sophomore release entitled ‘Middle Of Nowhere’Brinley Addington is showing that the time he has spent under the guidance of Chris Young the last few years is really paying off.  Who better to learn from than one of the best male singers in country music today and a charismatic, seasoned performer, Young? Continue Reading →

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Album Review: Mary Sarah And Friends | ‘Bridges’

Mary_Sarah_Bridges_US_Cover_400_400_s_c1_hiThis debut album of duets entitled ‘Bridges’ from up-and-coming country artist Mary Sarah is JUST what traditional country fans have been waiting for.  This aptly-titled release, because she’s literally building a bridge from one generation to another, features many traditional country songs made new again as this amazing, young vocalist (Mary Sarah is only 18!) brings her soaring vocals together with many of the biggest country legends around like: Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Vince Gill, Tanya Tucker, The Oak Ridge Boys, and more! Continue Reading →

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Album Review: Joshua Scott Jones | ‘The Healing’

Joshua Scott JonesJoshua Scott Jones is releasing his 11-track self-produced debut solo project entitled ‘The Healing’ on Tuesday, June 3rd.   Continue Reading →

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Album Review: Lucy Hale | ‘Road Between’

lucy_album_covere4f30aNew country artist Lucy Hale’s 11-track debut cd entitled ‘Road Between’ produced by Mark Bright and Mike Daly releases Tuesday available at both iTunes and Amazon. Continue Reading →

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Album Review: Miranda Lambert | ‘Platinum’

Miranda Lambert
With this brand new 16-track album entitled ‘Platinum’, Miranda Lambert’s 5th album seems both contemplative and playful rather than singing the revenge anthems like “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” and “Kerosene” that she’s been known for.  This is a Miranda who is having fun with a little self-effacing humor about aging (“Gravity’s a Bitch”), talks about life from the female perspective (“Girls”), the demands of beauty (“Bathroom Sink”), some really traditional and throwback country that I could imagine being played in the honky tonks on Broadway in the 60s (“All That’s Left” featuring the Time Jumpers), rip-roaring, rocking songs (“Somethin’ Bad” with Carrie Underwood), and tender ballads (“Holding On To You”). Overall, Miranda seems to be in a very contemplative place in her life for this album and wanting to share a less serious side of herself taking chances throughout the entire album. Continue Reading →

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