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Denny Strickland Keeps Heat On With New Single, “We Don’t Sleep”

Denny Strickland keeps the heat on with his newest single, the suggestive and steamy “We Don’t Sleep.” The track officially premiered on The Boot and radio can access the tune via Play MPE and CDX, as well as fans being able to pre-order their copy HERE. Denny will debut “We Don’t Sleep” to Nashville insiders during Country Radio Seminar with […]

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Zac Brown Band

Zac Brown Band Announces New Album For 2017

On May 12th, Grammy-Award winning Zac Brown Band will release ‘Welcome Home,’ the band’s new album and their first release on Southern Ground|Elektra Records. Produced by Grammy-Award winning producer Dave Cobb and In The Arena Productions, and recorded at Southern Ground Nashville studio, ‘Welcome Home’ is what the band calls not only a return to their roots, but also a return to […]

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Sam Outlaw Tenderheart

SoCal’s Country Star Sam Outlaw Returns With ‘Tenderheart’ April 14

Sam Outlaw…one of Los Angeles’s only modern country artists…has shared details for his anticipated sophomore LP, entitled ‘Tenderheart,’ which is due out April 14th on Six Shooter Records. Outlaw spoke with Rolling Stone Country about the new album and shared an album trailer with a preview of some new music. Read the full article on […]

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Charlie Worsham

Charlie Worsham Unveils Five New Songs

Acclaimed musician, songwriter and performer Charlie Worsham unveiled five new songs last week, which are available starting today at all digital services. “The Beginning of Things,” “Old Times Sake,” “Southern By The Grace of God,” “Cut Your Groove,” and “Call You Up” are featured on Worsham’s anticipated new album Beginning of Things, which will be released April 21st on Warner Bros. Records/ […]

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Jenny Gill

Jenny Gill Releases “The House Sessions” February 17th

Jenny Gill will release her debut EP, “The House Sessions“, February 17th…the autobiographical collection of songs—five of the six of which Gill wrote or co-wrote—blends blues, Americana and country to create a sound and style as unique as she is. Every song on this project takes me to somewhere in my past,” she says.  “My favorite songs […]

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Muscadine Bloodline Releases Chart Topping Debut EP Today!

Muscadine Bloodline, have released their new self-titled EP today and it is available today on iTunes and Spotify. The duo, who hails from Mobile, Alabama, released their debut single, “WD-40,” back in December to rave reviews and it has already had over 264K streams on Spotify. The country duo’s debut EP continues to climb the charts and has already […]

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Brent Cobb’s NPR Music ‘Tiny Desk Concert’ Premieres Today

Brent Cobb’s NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert premieres TODAY, January 18th and is now available to view here. Precisely crafted phrases amid simple-yet-rich melodies…the words shimmer like a tall glass of sweet tea in the late-morning sun when he strings together a particularly consonant phrase…” NPR’s music Lars Gotrich praises the performance. The concert includes performances of “Solving […]

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SUSTO’s “& I’m Fine Today” Now Streaming On Consequence of Sound

Charleston-based SUSTO’s new album “& I’m Fine Today” premieres on Consequence of Sound, who proclaim, “The Charleston five-piece covers vast sonic ground on their new album…swaying between country-tinged rock (“Cosmic Cowboy”), contemplative pop ballads (“Mountain Top”), and any number of other genres that exist somewhere within the expansive fabric of Southern music.” Listen to the record and see the […]

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Zac Brown Band

Zac Brown Band Announces “Welcome Home” Tour & New Album

The Zac Brown Band will kick off their 2017 headlining North American concert tour on May 12th in their hometown at Atlanta’s Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park. The 40+ date tour sees the band returning to stadiums and amphitheaters nationwide including Hollywood Bowl, Wrigley Field, Coors Field, Gorge Amphitheatre and Camden’s BB&T Pavilion where […]

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