Monthly archives: April, 2016

Kane Brown – Chapter 1 (EP)

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Tennessee-born Kane Brown is a country singer who first found fame by taking his music directly to the people. In 2014, he began posting homemade videos of himself performing some of this favorite songs, and he soon became a viral sensation. In the autumn of 2015, his performance of George Strait’s “Check Yes or No”…


Matthew Huff

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Singer and songwriter Matthew Huff is an independent artist, making his own way as a fusion genre’d artist with a mix best described as a little bit of Keith Urban, John Mayer, John Mellencamp, and James Taylor all rolled up in to one. A country rooted artist with several musical genre inspirations. Matthew is nominated for three…


Lorrie Morgan – Letting Go…Slow

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Lorrie Morgan spent most of the 2010s quietly, teaming up with Pam Tillis for Dos Divas, but otherwise keeping her powder dry until Letting Go…Slow, her first solo album since A Moment In Time in 2009. Released on an indie label, Letting Go…Slow feels as hushed as its title suggests, proceeding at a relaxed gait…


Chuck Wicks – Turning Point

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Starting Now, the album he made in 2008 after appearing on the short-lived Fox reality show Nashville, didn’t turn Chuck Wicks into a star but it did get his foot into the door of the Music City. Over the next eight years, he has worked steadily behind the scenes as a songwriter – his most…


Dawson Reigns

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Would you like to be a part of Dawson Reigns official lyric video?!?! His new single is coming in May and he’s making the official lyric video for it now!! We want you to help make it. All they need is for you to send your photos! So if you want too have a chance…


Randy Rogers Band – Nothing Shines Like Neon

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Three years after Trouble, the Randy Rogers Band return with Nothing Shines Like Neon, a swift, straight-ahead record that showcases their simple strengths even when they invite such heavy-hitters as Alison Krauss, Jerry Jeff Walker, and Jamey Johnson into the studio for duets. Compared to Trouble, which contained one too many coats of varnish, Nothing…