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Lindsay Ell announces sophomore album Heart Theory – out August 14th

Chart topping musician, vocalist and songwriter Lindsay Ell has announced her highly anticipated sophomore album heart theoryout August 14th 2020 via BMG/BBR Music Group. Lindsay premiered new single “Want me back”, which was co-written with Kane Brown, Matt McGinn & Lindsay Rimes, on BBC Radio 2 last Thursday (25/6).

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TENILLE TOWNES’ DEBUT ALBUM THE LEMONADE STAND OUT NOW

Emerging singer, songwriter and musician Tenille Townes’ highly anticipated debut album, The Lemonade Stand, is out now on Columbia Nashville in partnership with RCA Records. Chec out the official video for new single “Come As You Are”, recorded remotely with her band during lockdown below!

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Podcast 68

In our latest instalment we chat to Eric Paslay about his new single and what he’s been up to during lock down. We also hear from Jordan Davis about his self titled EP out now and Sam Hunt and Eric Church about their respective family’s role in past world wars as America reflects for Memorial Day.

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The Chris Armstrong Live Stream – 13/05/2020

Back again for another Wednesday night sesh for The Virtual Pub via their Facebook page, converted to audio, uploaded to CMNI, Spotify, TuneIn and Apple Podcasts.

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Curb Records’ Mo Pitney Announces Forward-Facing New Album, Ain’t Lookin’ Back, Available August 14th 2020; Pre-Order/Save Begins May 15th

Curb Records recording artist Mo Pitney announces his sophomore album, Ain’t Lookin’ Back, which will release on August 14th, 2020. Pre-order/Pre-save for the 13-song project begins this Friday, May 15th 2020. Also today, Pitney unveils the cover art and official track listing (see below) for Ain’t Lookin’ Back. In advance of the album release, a fourth instant grat track, “Mattress On The Floor,” will release on Friday, 15/5, with its official music video exclusively premiering on Taste of Country on Thursday (14/5).

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JORDAN DAVIS ANNOUNCES NEW SINGLE, “ALMOST MAYBES”

With three No. 1 hits under his belt that The Washington Post notes are “packed with detail” from his billion-streamed debut for MCA Nashville, Home State, singer/songwriter and 2020 ACM New Male Artist of the Year nominee Jordan Davis now eagerly turns the page to his next chapter with four new songs for fans. And it’s his retrospective “Almost Maybes,” a light-hearted salute to the things in life that don’t work out in exchange for those that do, that leads as the EP’s first single, available everywhere today, May 8 ahead of Jordan Davis, the EP, which arrives Friday, May 22.

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ASHLEY McBRYDE’S NEVER WILL “TOUCHES THE HEART OF THE HEARTLAND” AMONG CRITICAL ACCLAIM

Reigning ACM New Female Artist and CMA New Artist of the Year Ashley McBryde and her new album Never Will continue to gain critical acclaim since its release on April 3, including NPR, Washington Post, Rolling Stone, Variety and more:

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Runaway June’s Jennifer Wayne Shares Her Experience Battling COVID-19

Jennifer Wayne is sharing the details of her coronavirus battle with fans and followers on social media and revealing what it took for her to fight off the respiratory virus.


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HOT COUNTRY KNIGHTS ‘THE K IS SILENT’ ALBUM DUE OUT TOMORROW, MAY 1ST

Some said this moment would never happen. But in spite of 30 wasted years and countless bad decisions, the ’90s influenced country band Hot Country Knights has come riding in to save Country music from itself, after signing a worldwide recording deal with Universal Music Group. The Knights promise to bring real ’90s Country music back to a format that’s been drowning in male sensitivity, cashmere cardigan sweaters and programmed drum loops by dropping one of the most musically satisfying debut albums in history – The K Is Silent.

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The Statler Brothers’ Harold Reid Dies at 80

Harold Reid, a member of the legendary country group The Statler Brothers, died Friday (April 24) following a long battle with kidney failure. He was 80.


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