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  • Dierks Takes Party to the Super Bowl

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    Robin Richardson
    28 Jan 2015 | 4:17 am
    Country stars Dierks Bentley, Thomas Rhett and the Cadillac Three travelled together overnight to Phoenix for this weekend’s Super Bowl. The three acts are part of the lead-up festivities to the big game, but it looks to us like they started the party early. getting #drunkonaplane w/ @ThomasRhett @thecadillac3 @thejaren and @TonyRobbins. #NFLMediaDay pic.twitter.com/F0hjTUh4zT —... Read more »
  • Spencer Burton Offers Friendship, Love and Country “Gold”

    cmtedge.com
    28 Jan 2015 | 4:00 am
    Spencer Burton‘s Don’t Let the World See Your Love seamlessly matches folk narratives (“Death of Gold”) against buoyant pop melodies (“A Body Is All She Ever Let Me Hold”). The Canadian singer (and former Attack in Black guitarist) spoke with CMT Edge about his excellent new collection. “I try to discipline myself in that I like to write a record a year,” Burton says. “This one came with a lot of traveling. I was riding my motorcycle around and finding myself in different places. I was in Nashville, the Yukon territories, West Coast, East Coast, all around.” CMT…
  • Jimmy Dickens, an Outsize Country Singer, Dies at 94

    NYT > Country Music
    2 Jan 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Mr. Dickens, who was small in stature but had a big voice, sang about rural life.
  • A Very Barry Branson Premieres Feb. 5

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    Great American Country
    26 Jan 2015 | 11:00 pm
    Barry Williams on stage in Branson. Hollywood heads to Missouri in Great American Country’s newest original series, A Very Barry Branson. Premiering Thursday, February 5 at 9/8c, the series features television’s most reliable big brother, Barry Williams (“Greg” from The Brady Bunch), as he launches a 1970s musical variety show in Branson, Missouri. In A Very Barry Branson, Barry learns that to create a successful and fun live music show that harkens back to the era of The Brady Bunch, bright-colored leisure suits, roller skating and vinyl records, this Hollywood fixture has to do more…
  • Pete Carroll's posse dance to a different beat [+Video]

    Country Music News
    28 Jan 2015 | 6:39 am
    … his favorite movie (“Tombstone”) and country music singers, and cornerback Richard Sherman …
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  • Dierks Takes Party to the Super Bowl

    Robin Richardson
    28 Jan 2015 | 4:17 am
    Country stars Dierks Bentley, Thomas Rhett and the Cadillac Three travelled together overnight to Phoenix for this weekend’s Super Bowl. The three acts are part of the lead-up festivities to the big game, but it looks to us like they started the party early. getting #drunkonaplane w/ @ThomasRhett @thecadillac3 @thejaren and @TonyRobbins. #NFLMediaDay pic.twitter.com/F0hjTUh4zT —... Read more »
  • Zac Brown Wants More Fests in More Cities

    Alison Bonaguro
    28 Jan 2015 | 4:00 am
    One’s too many, and 10 ain’t enough. You could say the same about drinking and country music festivals these days. Just Tuesday morning (Jan. 27), another three-day fest was added to the mix. The Windy City LakeShake Festival — featuring Florida Georgia Line, Brad Paisley, Dierks Bentley and more — is billing itself as the... Read more »
  • Blake Shelton to Star in Adam Sandler Comedy

    CMT.com Staff
    27 Jan 2015 | 6:07 pm
    Blake Shelton will reportedly assume the role of Western lawman Wyatt Earp in Ridiculous 6, Adam Sandler’s first film for Netflix, according to the Wrap, an entertainment website. This past weekend, Shelton displayed his skills as a comedic actor while hosting Saturday Night Live. Vanilla Ice will apparently portray Mark Twain in Ridiculous 6, described... Read more »
  • ACM New Artist Voting Open Now

    Chris Parton
    27 Jan 2015 | 12:05 pm
    CMT and the Academy of Country Music have just opened up the first round of fan voting for the coveted new artist of the year trophy at this year’s massive ACM Awards show. Celebrating its 50th year, the ACM Awards will be held on April 19 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, the biggest venue... Read more »
  • Taylor Swift Surprises Guests at Nashville’s Grammy-Nominees Party

    Edward Morris
    27 Jan 2015 | 10:24 am
    Sure, there was a giant asteroid that came close to Earth on Monday (Jan. 26), but the real news is that Taylor Swift showed up unannounced that same evening at the Grammy-nominees party in Nashville. Now living primarily in New York City and performing as a pop artist, the former country wunderkind mingled with the... Read more »
 
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  • Spencer Burton Offers Friendship, Love and Country “Gold”

    28 Jan 2015 | 4:00 am
    Spencer Burton‘s Don’t Let the World See Your Love seamlessly matches folk narratives (“Death of Gold”) against buoyant pop melodies (“A Body Is All She Ever Let Me Hold”). The Canadian singer (and former Attack in Black guitarist) spoke with CMT Edge about his excellent new collection. “I try to discipline myself in that I like to write a record a year,” Burton says. “This one came with a lot of traveling. I was riding my motorcycle around and finding myself in different places. I was in Nashville, the Yukon territories, West Coast, East Coast, all around.” CMT…
  • American Aquarium Grow Into “Man I’m Supposed to Be”

    27 Jan 2015 | 10:00 am
    For American Aquarium, the last few years have been about finding out where they belong. In 2012, the North Carolina roots-rockers made what they thought would be their farewell album, Burn.Flicker.Die., but its success convinced them to stay the course. On their upcoming project, Wolves, the musicians sound revitalized, like their dreams are alive once again. But front man BJ Barham says they’re not the same group of kids who burned the candle at both ends. “I’ve always written about being the drunk guy at the bar at 2 a.m.,” he says. “I’ve written about the pickup lines and the…
  • Caroline Rose Stands Her Ground on “I Will Not Be Afraid”

    27 Jan 2015 | 7:01 am
    Caroline Rose possesses that wild-and-loose musicianship and devil-may-care confidence that is winning over the fans of Shovels & Rope, whom she’s opening for this winter. Together, they’re touring the Southeast before wrapping things up on Valentine’s Day with a sold-out show at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. Although Rose grew up in the Northeast, she gets down to Nashville occasionally. And she doesn’t even have to leave home because she actually lives in the back of her van. After securing an official showcase at the Americana Music Conference last fall, she cruised by…
  • James Hill Gives “New Moon” a Shot on Ukulele

    26 Jan 2015 | 10:00 am
    While we’re still settling into the rhythms of 2015, it’s a fine time to post “New Moon” by Canadian folk artist James Hill. Strumming his ukulele and accompanied by his wife Ann Janelle on cello, Hill finds a poetic way to look back and move forward at the same time. “Last year was a big year for us personally,” Hill told CMT Edge during a visit to Nashville in late 2014. “Ann and I got married. That always brings out some family dynamics. I was just wrestling with some things and trying to go back and understand myself and understand my parents. I’m paraphrasing them in the…
  • Ryan Culwell’s “Red River” Shows the Real Texas Panhandle

    26 Jan 2015 | 4:00 am
    Ryan Culwell captures his conflicted love/hate relationship with the Texas Panhandle in the new video for his dark and mysterious “Red River.” “Shooting this video made it easy to see the truth,” he tells CMT Edge. “Things are uglier than we think, but things are much more beautiful than we realize.” A Perrytown, Texas, native – right in the heart of Dust Bowl country – Culwell starts “Red River” slowly and deliberately with a brilliant series of lines about finding Native American arrowheads. But that’s about as uplifting as things get. Wrapped in the muted colors…
 
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  • A Very Barry Branson Premieres Feb. 5

    Great American Country
    26 Jan 2015 | 11:00 pm
    Barry Williams on stage in Branson. Hollywood heads to Missouri in Great American Country’s newest original series, A Very Barry Branson. Premiering Thursday, February 5 at 9/8c, the series features television’s most reliable big brother, Barry Williams (“Greg” from The Brady Bunch), as he launches a 1970s musical variety show in Branson, Missouri. In A Very Barry Branson, Barry learns that to create a successful and fun live music show that harkens back to the era of The Brady Bunch, bright-colored leisure suits, roller skating and vinyl records, this Hollywood fixture has to do more…
  • Glamping at Paws Up Is All About the Butlers

    Sarah Wyland
    26 Jan 2015 | 12:40 pm
    Photo courtesy of Paws Up. Roughing it on a family camping trip may not be for everyone, but a “glamping” trip to The Resort at Paws Up in Greenough, Montana, may just change the mind of even the most resistant camper. At Paws Up, it isn’t just about the basic camping needs of water, fire and shelter, it’s about the butlers. That’s right – butlers. Watch: Tour The Resort at Paws Up » At Paws Up, campers have butlers at their beck and call to pour wine, deliver dinner, prep the fire and even lay out the s’mores. Opened in 2005 on 30,000 acres in scenic Montana, Paws Up…
  • HGTV Dream Home 2015 Sweepstakes

    Great American Country
    24 Jan 2015 | 10:01 pm
    Enter the HGTV Dream Home 2015 Sweepstakes for your chance to win a Grand Prize valued at over $2 million, including a Cape Cod-style home located on Martha’s Vineyard, luxurious furnishings from Ethan Allen, a 2015 GMC® Acadia Denali and $250,000 cash prize. Enter daily through February 17. This year’s  HGTV Dream Home offers an elegant twist on the traditional, coastal vacation house. Take a video tour of the indoor spaces and get room details and photos below. Open, bright and airy, the great room is a spacious gathering room that is perfect for entertaining. A mix of…
  • Carrie Underwood Keeps No. 1 Streak Alive on Top 20

    Sarah Wyland
    23 Jan 2015 | 3:30 pm
    Carrie Underwoodremained at No. 1with “Something In The Water” on this week’s Top 20 Country Countdown. Tim McGraw and Blake Shelton with Ashley Monroe rounded out the Top 3. Katie Armiger had the lone countdown debut this week, coming in at No. 19 with her latest, “One Night Between Friends.” Top 20 Photo Gallery » Want to re-watch some of your favorite interviews? Get Top 20 online extrasincludingvideos and photos. You can also cast your votes and take a look at the current chart to see where your favorite videos land. This Week’s Chart Carrie Underwood – “Something…
  • 8 Family-Friendly Spring Break Destinations

    Sarah Wyland
    23 Jan 2015 | 5:00 am
    It may be winter, but Spring Break is right around the corner. While this unofficial “holiday” is usually celebrated in mid-March for southern states and colleges, it falls closer to Easter in the North and Midwest. Either way, as college kids flock to Florida beaches, there are plenty of other destinations for the family-friendly crowd. U.S. Space and Rocket Center – Alabama Head to Huntsville for an out-of-this-world experience. Home to the Apollo 16 Command Module, Pathfinder, and a National Historic Landmark Saturn V Moon Rocket, the center has accommodated nearly…
 
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  • Dierks Bentley, 'Long Trip Alone' — Story Behind the Song

    Dierks Bentley
    28 Jan 2015 | 6:30 am
    Dierks Bentley released his third studio album for Capitol Nashville, 'Long Trip Alone,' in 2006. Its title track, co-written by Bentley with Brett Beavers and Steve Bogard, was released as the second single in November 2006 and reached the Top 10 on the Billboard U.S. Hot Country Songs chart; the tune also earned a spot on the Billboard Hot 100. Bentley received three Grammy nominations in 2008 -- Best Male Country Vocal Performance, Best Country Song and Best Country Album -- thanks to the record and song. Inside, he tells The Boot about 'Long Trip Alone''s meaning. Continue reading…
  • 20 Years Ago: Alan Jackson Hits No. 1 With 'Gone Country'

    Gayle Thompson
    28 Jan 2015 | 6:00 am
    Twenty years ago today (Jan. 28), Alan Jackson had plenty to celebrate. It was on this day in 1995 that the singer scored his 10th No. 1 hit with the song 'Gone Country,' from his multi-platinum-selling 'Who I Am' album. Continue reading…
  • Full Lineup Announced for 2015 Taste of Country Music Festival

    Christina Vinson
    28 Jan 2015 | 4:00 am
    The third annual Taste of Country Music Festival will be heating up Hunter Mountain this June, and the lineup's now even hotter thanks to some just-announced additions. Continue reading…
  • News Roundup — Sam Hunt Performs on 'Ellen,' Blake Shelton + Luke Bryan Talk 2015 ACM Awards

    Angela Stefano
    27 Jan 2015 | 3:45 pm
    The Boot rounds up today's top stories from our news partners. Continue reading…
  • Angaleena Presley: 'I'd Rather Make History Than Make Money'

    Gayle Thompson
    27 Jan 2015 | 3:00 pm
    Angaleena Presley knows plenty about country music -- and the women that are notably absent from the genre. The songstress was famously a part of the Pistol Annies trio, along with Miranda Lambert and Ashley Monroe, before releasing her own 'American Middle Class' album late last year. Continue reading…
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  • Country Haiku #528

    Country Haiku
    26 Jan 2015 | 10:37 pm
    You have lonely eyes So perhaps you would settle For faux Blake Shelton
  • Quotable Country – 01/25/15 Edition

    C.M. Wilcox
    25 Jan 2015 | 4:09 pm
    Click the bullet after each quote to visit the source. I mean, if there’s one thing that you know about me — and hopefully people watching at home — it’s I am absolutely comfortable with making a complete ass out of myself. I’m a natural at that. ● — Blake Shelton, before hosting “Saturday Night Live.” the Justin Bieber of country music, just a little trouble making cutie ● — Blake Shelton, introducing himself while hosting “Saturday Night Live.” But I’ve never really let myself call what I do “performing.” If I did, I’d probably have…
  • After the Beep: Chase Rice Fan Comments

    C.M. Wilcox
    23 Jan 2015 | 12:02 am
    The music video for Chase Rice’s smash hit “Ready Set Roll” has been viewed nearly 7 million times on YouTube. Although I can’t claim to understand the appeal of song or singer, I am a naturally curious person with an unwavering faith in the ability of YouTube commenters to inform and educate troglodytes like me. In this second episode of Country California’s After the Beep podcast, I scour the insightful remarks of YouTube commenters in hopes of becoming Chase Rice’s #1 Fan. For pod subscription purposes, you can find the After the Beep feed at…
  • Quotable Country – 01/18/15 Edition

    C.M. Wilcox
    18 Jan 2015 | 3:11 pm
    Click the bullet after each quote to visit the source. I think that my songs keep getting simpler, and I’m trying to find the least amount of words to get across what I’m feeling. I’m definitely a better singer than I was, so that allows me to write in different formats. I’m just going with the flow of life. As long as I keep searching and staying true to myself, my songs will not necessarily advance, but they will go somewhere else. I’m willing to follow them. ● — Justin Townes Earle to CMT Edge’s Brian T. Atkinson. Earle’s new album is Absent Fathers.
  • Album Review: Blake Shelton – Startin’ Fires

    C.M. Wilcox
    16 Jan 2015 | 1:48 pm
    This review was originally published at the late, great The 9513 in December 2008, before Shelton had joined the Opry, married Miranda Lambert, become a perennial CMA Male Vocalist winner, or found wider pop culture stardom as a personality on NBC’s The Voice. Savvy observers of mainstream country recognize Blake Shelton as one of the format’s finest interpreters of a song. On his fifth studio album, the Oklahoma native and beau of firecracker Miranda Lambert (a connection alluded to by the title track) does not fail to impress, offering vocal performances worthy of past career…
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  • Maddie & Tae Reveal Details of Upcoming “Fly” Video

    Matt Bjorke
    27 Jan 2015 | 1:49 pm
    Maddie & Tae are using an innovative approach to the filming of their new music video for sophomore single “Fly.” The Ada, Oklahoma and Sugar Land, Texas natives are breathing life into the song via a uniquely-filmed video which enhances the duo’s single which celebrates the moment where doubt turns to belief in one’s self and dreams and how the mistakes you make also take you to where you wanna go, even when it may not seem like it at the time. It’s a heart-felt song and they’ve worked with director Brian Lazzaro (who has produced clips for Rilo Kiley, Cory Chisel, The…
  • The Weekly New Release Report for January 27, 2015

    Matt Bjorke
    27 Jan 2015 | 1:31 pm
    There isn’t any new mainstream country albums out this week so we take a walk on the Americana side of life for this week’s newest releases. Among the new releases though, is Trace Adkins’ fine Live Country DVD which features some new material, Caitlin Canty’s Reckless Skyline, and The Bros. Landreth’s Let It Lie, an album which is definitely our pick of the week. Trace Adkins – Live Country DVD (Eagle Rock Entertainment) This well-made concert DVD features 20 songs, including nearly every big hit from his career including “Big Time,” “Songs About Me,” and “Hot…
  • Cody Canada & The Departed Debut in Top 10

    Matt Bjorke
    27 Jan 2015 | 12:37 pm
    Cody Canada and The Departed’s new album HippieLovePunk made an impressive release week debut with the album hitting the Billboard Country Albums chart at #9 and touching the Top 5 iTunes Country Albums and Top 40 Overall from iTunes while also hitting #1 on the Alazon MP3 Album chart for both Country and Rock genres. HippieLovePunk is the band’s long-awaited release which returns the band to the core sound fans have long known frontman Cody Canada for from his time with Cross Canadian Ragweed (That band’s bassist Jeremy Plato is also a member in The Departed). The album is the first…
  • The Bros Landreth – “Made Up Mind”

    Matt Bjorke
    27 Jan 2015 | 11:44 am
    Take a listen to one of the new tracks from The Bros Landreth’s debut album Let It Lie here. The song showcases the band’s rootsy, soulful country rock. They’re the latest signees to Slate Creek Records, the label which is also home to Angaleena Presley and Brandy Clark. Their album Let It Lie is now up for a Juno Award for Roots & Traditional Album of the Year. The group is from Canada and the Juno Awards are the Canadian equivalent of the Grammy Awards.   The post The Bros Landreth – “Made Up Mind” appeared first on RoughStock.
  • Green River Ordinance – “She Is In The Air”

    Matt Bjorke
    27 Jan 2015 | 11:29 am
    While they’re certainly on the rock side of the country/rock ledger, Green River Ordinance has fallen into their country/rock sound honestly. Even when recording their lone major label project for Virgin Records, 2009′s Out Of My Hands. The band has scored hits with tracks like “Dancing Shoes” and even has experienced major SiriusXM airplay via The Highway. “She Is In The Air” is their new single and the song showcases the band at their rootsy, rock-y best.   The post Green River Ordinance – “She Is In The Air” appeared first on…
 
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  • Willie Nelson featured in 2015 Wittliff Collection exhibits

    LindaLee
    27 Jan 2015 | 7:10 am
    Thank you, Jerry Retzloff for sharing this flyer about upcoming Wittliff Collection Exhibits. Some of Jerry’s collections are on display at the Armadillo Rising: Austin’s Music Scene in the 1970s. IN 1972 THE AUSTIN MUSIC SCENE EXPLODED WITH A NEW, ROOTSY FORM OF COUNTRY THAT TURNED ITS BACK ON NASHVILLE AND EMBRACED THE COUNTERCULTURE. FORTY YEARS LATER, WILLIE NELSON, JERRY JEFF WALKER, MICHAEL MARTIN MURPHEY, AND A HOST OF OTHER COSMIC COWBOYS AND REDNECK ROCKERS REMEMBER THE FIRST DRIPPING SPRINGS REUNION, THE TIME WAYLON JENNINGS ALMOST GOT BUSTED, AND THE BIRTH OF OUTLAW…
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    27 Jan 2015 | 6:44 am
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  • Willie Nelson, “Promiseland”

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  • Kris, Willie, Dolly & Brenda (liner notes by Johnny Cash)

    LindaLee
    27 Jan 2015 | 6:42 am
    Dolly, Brenda, Kris & Willie … The Winning Hand Produced by Fred Foster Monument Records 1982 Johnny Cash wrote the liner notes for this album, Dolly, Brenda, Kris and Willie.  He wrote something about each artist, and here is what he wrote about Willie: Willie Nelson Like a thief in the night Like the witch on her broom The red-headed stranger Came right through her bedroom No, actually I’m kidding.  He was a little reluctant to walk through the bedroom at eleven o’clock at night with Waylon Jennings and myself.  They had come over to see me and I said,…
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  • Josh Ribakove and Margaret Koppelman on What Marriage Means

    Mike Lee
    28 Jan 2015 | 3:30 am
    Josh Ribacove has only been married to his wife Margaret Koppelman for a few years, but they met nearly four decades ago. When they sat down in the StoryCorps mobile booth recently, Josh and Margaret talked about the day they met.   
  • 'Only By Grace' Author Dr. Edward D. Irons [Part II]

    John L. Hanson Jr.
    27 Jan 2015 | 7:30 pm
    On this edition of In Black America, producer/host John L. Hanson Jr. speaks with Dr. Edward D. Irons, noted educator, financial and business executive, and author of “Only By Grace.”
  • Dell Family Foundation Makes Major Donation to UT Hospital

    Veronica Zaragovia
    27 Jan 2015 | 3:09 pm
    The Michael and Susan Dell Foundation is donating $25 million in a challenge grant to pay for Seton Healthcare Family’s new teaching hospital in Austin.Susan Dell, who announced the decision today, says they want the community to get involved in donating the remaining $25 million. The $50 million combined will go toward the Dell Seton Medical Center at the University of Texas."We will have state-of-the-art treatments for our patients, we’ll be able to attract the best talent in the country to our team here in Central Texas," Dell said. "One of Michael and my biggest goals is always about…
  • Judge Denies Perry's Second Request to Dismiss Charges Against Him

    KUT Staff
    27 Jan 2015 | 2:10 pm
    A judge struck down former Texas Gov. Rick Perry's second request for dismissal of the indictment against him today. This means the case will likely extend for several months more in court, even as Perry continues to mount his presumed presidential campaign.In August 2014, a Travis County grand jury indicted Perry on two felony charges related to his 2013 veto of funding for the county's Public Integrity Unit.
  • Lt. Gov. Patrick on Open Carry: The Votes Aren't There

    Morgan Smith
    27 Jan 2015 | 1:36 pm
    From the Texas Tribune:Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick cast doubt Tuesday on the possibility that a bill legalizing the open carry of handguns could pass during the current legislative session. “Second Amendment rights are very important, but open carry does not reach to the level of prioritizing at this point,” he said. “I don’t think the votes are there.” Patrick, whose comments came during an interview with with Texas Tribune CEO and Editor-in-Chief Evan Smith, also left open the fate of another red-meat measure: repealing in-state tuition at Texas community…
 
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  • New Music Video From Love and Theft- "Whiskey On My Breath"

    That Nashville Sound
    28 Jan 2015 | 6:06 am
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  • Blackberry Smoke To Release Holding All The Roses On 2/10

    That Nashville Sound
    28 Jan 2015 | 5:50 am
    Blackberry Smoke are gearing up to release a new album. Holding All the Roses, the band’s first on Rounder Records, will be available on Feb. 10. The band decided to leave Zac Brown’s Southern Ground label after a shakeup at the label. The followup to their 2012 release The Whippoorwill, Holding All the Roses is produced by Brendan O’Brien (The Black Crowes, Pearl Jam, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, and Bruce Springsteen).Singer-songwriter Charlie Starr said Holding All the Roses defines who the band is. “I think that this record does a really good job of conveying what we do and what…
  • Brandi Carlile's "The Firewatcher's Daughter" To Come Out On 3/3

    That Nashville Sound
    27 Jan 2015 | 5:57 am
    Alternative-country artist Brandi Carlile‘s upcoming The Firewatcher’s Daughter will be released on March 3rd. The album is Carlile’s first on ATO, and first on an indie label.The Firewatcher’s Daughter was recorded almost entirely as first takes without any demoing and little rehearsal before gathering at Bear Creek Studio in Washington State. It's first single, “The Eye,” a song influenced by Crosby, Stills and Nash, is so intimate and hushed you can hear the quiver of Brandi’s voice in a flawless 3-part harmony. Lead-off track and first single “Wherever Is Your Heart”…
  • New Music Video From Dierks Bentley- "Say You Do"

    That Nashville Sound
    26 Jan 2015 | 5:49 am
  • One Flew South Alum Eddie Bush Releases New Solo Album, Wide Open World

    That Nashville Sound
    25 Jan 2015 | 1:02 pm
    Those familiar with the country music landscape will certainly remember the harmonic trio One Flew South that charted a couple of songs a few years back like "My Kind of Beautiful" and "Life."  The trio scattered to the wind following their stint on Decca (short of a single-show reunion planned at the Golf & Guitars Music Festival coming up in May), but singer/songwriter and terrific guitarist Eddie Bush never stopped following his dream and has just released a brand new solo album this week entitled Wide Open World. Wide Open World is truly a collaboration between Eddie Bush…
 
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  • New Music Video From Love and Theft- "Whiskey On My Breath"

    That Nashville Sound
    28 Jan 2015 | 6:06 am
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  • Blackberry Smoke To Release Holding All The Roses On 2/10

    That Nashville Sound
    28 Jan 2015 | 5:50 am
    Blackberry Smoke are gearing up to release a new album. Holding All the Roses, the band’s first on Rounder Records, will be available on Feb. 10. The band decided to leave Zac Brown’s Southern Ground label after a shakeup at the label. The followup to their 2012 release The Whippoorwill, Holding All the Roses is produced by Brendan O’Brien (The Black Crowes, Pearl Jam, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, and Bruce Springsteen).Singer-songwriter Charlie Starr said Holding All the Roses defines who the band is. “I think that this record does a really good job of conveying what we do and what…
  • Brandi Carlile's "The Firewatcher's Daughter" To Come Out On 3/3

    That Nashville Sound
    27 Jan 2015 | 5:57 am
    Alternative-country artist Brandi Carlile‘s upcoming The Firewatcher’s Daughter will be released on March 3rd. The album is Carlile’s first on ATO, and first on an indie label.The Firewatcher’s Daughter was recorded almost entirely as first takes without any demoing and little rehearsal before gathering at Bear Creek Studio in Washington State. It's first single, “The Eye,” a song influenced by Crosby, Stills and Nash, is so intimate and hushed you can hear the quiver of Brandi’s voice in a flawless 3-part harmony. Lead-off track and first single “Wherever Is Your Heart”…
  • New Music Video From Dierks Bentley- "Say You Do"

    That Nashville Sound
    26 Jan 2015 | 5:49 am
  • One Flew South Alum Eddie Bush Releases New Solo Album, Wide Open World

    That Nashville Sound
    25 Jan 2015 | 1:02 pm
    Those familiar with the country music landscape will certainly remember the harmonic trio One Flew South that charted a couple of songs a few years back like "My Kind of Beautiful" and "Life."  The trio scattered to the wind following their stint on Decca (short of a single-show reunion planned at the Golf & Guitars Music Festival coming up in May), but singer/songwriter and terrific guitarist Eddie Bush never stopped following his dream and has just released a brand new solo album this week entitled Wide Open World. Wide Open World is truly a collaboration between Eddie Bush…
 
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