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Pearl Releases Second IG Track “All I Got (Gina’s Song)”

California Country rocker, Pearl Aday has released “All I Got (Gina’s Song),” the 2nd IG track off of her soon to be released album “Heartbreak And Canyon Revelry”.  The release follows the exclusive video premiere of her live in-studio performance of “Mama,” the 1st IG track off of her June 15th release. The exclusive was shown on Society of Rock, I […]

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Waylon Jennings’ Band Members Reunite For Tour

Five former members of Waylon Jennings’ recording and touring bands are reuniting and hitting the road to present “Runnin’ with Ol’ Waylon” – Music and Memories of Waylon Jennings this summer. The tour kicks off at Nashville’s City Winery June 16, 2018. The new tour will present a concert experience that chronicles one of the most powerful movements in Country […]

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Craig Morgan

Craig Morgan To Receive Outstanding Civilian Service Medal From U.S. Army

Country music star and Army Veteran Craig Morgan will be awarded the Army’s Outstanding Civilian Service Medal in recognition of his dedication to entertaining troops and their families around the world. Morgan, who has charted 25 songs on Billboard and thrills massive audiences with signature hits including “Bonfire,” “Almost Home,” “Redneck Yacht Club,” and “That’s What I Love […]

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Lee Greenwood

Lee Greenwood, Tim Atwood & The Patrick James Band Celebrate Memorial Day With Video Tributes To Those Who Served

Grammy-winning Artist Lee Greenwood kicked off Memorial Day weekend Thursday night at the Intrepid Foundation Gala on the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in New York City, Friday morning on the Fox & Friends All-American Summer Concert Series, and Sunday performed “God Bless the U.S.A” at Charlotte Motor Speedway during NASCAR’S Coca-Cola 600. This […]

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Tune In Alert: John Rich On Fox & Friends On Memorial Day May 28th

What better way to commemorate Memorial Day than to honor and support the families of our fallen and disabled veterans through the Folds of Honor Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing educational scholarships to the families of American military killed or disabled in the line of duty. That’s what John Rich, half of the musical […]

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Jerrod Niemann Salutes The Troops With National Memorial Day Parade Performance

Jerrold Niemann will stand and honor members of the U.S. Armed Services on Monday (May 28th), taking part in the National Memorial Day Parade in Washington, D.C, as a special musical guest. Set to perform his current single “I Got This”…described by Rolling Stone Country as a “strutting indie-pop jam”…and “Old Glory”…a patriotic anthem written […]

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Eddie Montgomery

Eddie Montgomery To Host “The Gift” Two-Hour Memorial Day Radio Special

Memorial Day Weekend Montgomery Gentry’s Eddie Montgomery will host “The Gift,” a two-hour radio special presented by Fisher House in recognition of those who have given so much for our freedom. Listeners can tune in to country radio stations across the country in such markets as Chicago, Houston, San Jose, Louisville, Lexington, Boston, Orlando, Poughkeepsie, […]

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Lee Greenwood Celebrates Memorial Day With Multiple Public Appearances

Grammy-winning Artist Lee Greenwood is set to celebrate Memorial Day with a host of special appearances and performances from May 22nd thru May 27th. On Tuesday, May 22nd Greenwood took part in a special “Salute The Troops” night at the Grand Ole Opry with two performances. The Tennessee National Guard Family Programs Organization and the USO invited men and […]

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Johnny Cash

‘Johnny Cash: Forever Words’ Album Review

When Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash passed, they left behind undiscovered material that includes Johnny Cash’s handwritten letters, poems, and documents, that spans across his whole life. Over the past two years, album producers John Carter Cash, son of Johnny and June, and Steve Berkowitz invited a star-studded line-up of musicians to create music […]

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Johnny Cash Museum Unveils Rare Artifact Commemorating “I Walk The Line”

The Johnny Cash Museum premiered an artifact that has never previously been on public display despite being presented to Johnny Cash more than six decades ago. The unveiling of this rare artifact…Johnny Cash’s very first gold record…was released today to commemorate Cash’s first #1 “I Walk the Line” on what is the anniversary of the […]

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