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Joe Nichols partners with TheHopeLine to help battle addiction

People battling addiction have a new resource for help and support in a new website spurred by Joe Nichols’ video “An Old Friend of Mine.” Nichols has partnered with TheHopeLine in creating a website, www.anoldfriendofmine.com, designed to help people struggling with addiction issues. The idea started with Dave Anderson, TheHopeLine’s director of rescue, when he […]

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Watson Twins To Release New Album On Vanguard Records

The Watson Twins will unveil their sophomore release Talking To You, Talking To Me on Vanguard Records February 9, 2010, their most ambitious album to date. The new album finds the Watson Twins taking a soulful turn a la Carole King, but with a pop edge reminiscent of Feist. The result is a heartfelt nod […]

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WDVX Blue Plate Special: Band of Heathens – 11/4/09

On Wednesday, Nov. 4 at noon, check out a LIVE performance by Band of Heathens and Taylor Brown on WDVX 89.9 FM’s Blue Plate Special, at the Knoxville Visitors Center on the corner of Gay St. and Summit Hill Dr. in downtown Knoxville, TN. (The WDVX Blue Plate Special features a live performance each weekday […]

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Songs for the World Series

October is over, and so is baseball season. CMP was barely aware of this since we stopped paying attention once our teams were all eliminated. Nevertheless, here’s our World Series playlist for those who are still cracking open Buds and cheering on the Phillies (or that other team CMP refuses to acknowledge): Trace Adkins – […]

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On The Road With Port O’Brien – Interview

By Dan Evon I had been listening to Port O’brien for an entire week. I had gotten their album, All We Could do Was Sing, the previous year and was enamored with the eclectic mix of acoustic guitars, ancient rhythms, and choir like singing that reminded me of the Polyphonic Spree. Every track was a […]

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Craig Morgan Interview

When he was stationed overseas during the U.S. invasion of Panama, music couldn’t be farthest from Craig Morgan’s mind. In 1989, Morgan was part of the 82nd Airborne Division of the U.S. Army during Operation Just Cause, where 57,684 U.S. troops were deployed in an effort to curb harassment of U.S. civilians and combat suspected […]

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