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Blake Shelton To Debut New Video on ‘Today Show’

Blake Shelton

Blake Shelton will debut his new video for “Sure Be Cool If You Did” on NBC’s Today Show on Monday (Feb. 11). Shelton will also announce details on his upcoming album release. The episode will air from 7 a.m.-11 a.m. ET.

Shelton will kick off his Ten Times Crazier Tour on July 19 in Virginia Beach, Va. The tour will feature Easton Corbin and Jana Kramer. For more information, visit www.BlakeShelton.com/shows.

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Exclusive Sneak Peek at Gloriana’s New Video For “Can’t Shake You”

Video to Premiere November 19th

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New & Noteworthy: Morgan Evans

Australian artist Morgan Evans is one to watch! He’s busy recording his album right here in Nashville and we can’t wait to hear it here at FOCUS! Check out his video below because we think you’ll love what you here, too!

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My Favorite Music Video From A Nashville Artist

Mallary Hope

My favorite music video from a Nashville artist would have to be Mallary Hope‘s “Love Lives On“. This song is really touching and is a poignant reminder as to how valuable life is. I have seen this song positively mentioned on a lot of music blogs that I respect,†www.bestmusicblogs.org. Furthermore, this song and its accompanying music video helped to showcase Hope on the national stage as an inspiring new talent in the Nashville tradition of country and western. Hope is able to showcase her considerable vocal range on “Love Lives On”, as she sings this emotional ballad about the enduring nature of love. The scenes and images depicted in the video come mostly from the song’s heartfelt lyrics. Hope is able to portray the positive and mortal aspects of a romantic relationship with this effort. The video, like the song, is highly realistic in the sense that it illustrates the fact that life can be unpredictable, and things don’t always go one’s way. If this song is any indication of the singer’s potential, Hope should be around for several years to come. Country music in general, and in particular the brand of this music that stems from Nashville, is oftentimes unflinchingly realistic in its portrayal of the joys and pains associated with life.  “Love Lives On” continues this tradition, and is a testament to the genuine nature of Hope’s artistry.  I wish labels would learn to produce more songs of this quality. The video can be seen†here. †



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