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Easton Corbin “Easton Corbin”

Easton Corbin’s self-titled debut album largely lives up to the claims of its lead-off single – it’s “a little more country” than much of what we hear on radio today. And for the scores of country-starved folks out there staring quizzically at their radio, and wondering if their local country station has switched to top […]

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James Otto Video

James Otto made some time for Country Music Pride while playing at Viejas Casino in San Diego County in March. Otto was the headliner for a KSON radio show, and as always, was a crowd pleaser. Steel Magnolia and Danielle Tucker opened for the father to be! The award winning entertainer sat down with our […]

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Johnny Cash “American VI: Ain’t No Grave” Review

Gone, but certainly not forgotten. Three days before what would have been his 78th birthday, Lost Highway Records released the last part of the “American Recordings” sessions between Johnny Cash and Rick Rubin. It’s the final Cash album to be released. “American VI: Ain’t No Grave” is dark, mysterious and, honestly, flat-out morbid; but hey, […]

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Johnny Cash Project

Johnny Cash moved, connected with, and inspired people all over the world through both his music and his personal life: his personal battles and demons, his unlikely rise to fame, and his lifelong love for June Carter Cash. Now you can use that inspiration as part of an artistic project that connects people across the […]

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Great American Taxi “Reckless Habits” Thirty Tigers

Listening to the band’s second release, it is no wonder why Great American Taxi has become a favorite on the jam band circuit, and it’s not because they happen to be led by Leftover Salmon frontman Vince Herman (Although, I’m sure that doesn’t hurt.).  These guys play with skill and an infectious energy that deserves […]

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Change is Good: Ponderosa Stomp Announces a New Season

…and the First Round of Headliners for a Tremendous 2010 There is much to celebrate as the 9th Annual Ponderosa Stomp Festival kicks into action in 2010 with a new fall weekend to present another rocket-fueled cavalcade of American music stars. After eight years of spring events, fans are marking their calendars on the 24th […]

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When legends return: Jason & The Scorchers

When Jason Ringenberg strutted into Nashville in 1981, he didn’t imagine his idea of combining modern punk rock and traditional country would later land his band, Jason & The Scorchers, one of country music’s most prestigious awards. “It could have gone in a lot of different directions,” Ringenberg told Country Music Pride. Touted as the […]

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Top Poppin’ by Whiskey & Co.

Here at Country Music Pride, we appreciate the finer things in life. We love whiskey, and we love good company. So naturally, we’d love a band called Whiskey & Company. And it turns out Whiskey & Co. loves us –– so much in fact that Country Music Pride will be exclusively streaming their new album, […]

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Drive-By Truckers Make Their Highest Debut Ever !

#22 ON THE BILLBOARD TOP 200 CHART #1 ON THE INDIE CHART “America’s greatest rock band.”  Billboard “Drive-By Truckers are the best rock band in America.” CNN.com New York, NY – Drive-By Truckers’ The Big To-Do debuted at #22, the band’s highest debut ever, on the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart, #1 on the Indie […]

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