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Kip Moore’s Debut Album Will Arrive April 24

MCA Nashville singer-songwriter Kip Moore will release his debut album, Up All Night, on April 24 and he’s already earning rave reviews from journalists as the project’s debut single, ‘Somethin’ ‘Bout a Truck,” has quickly become a Top 20 hit. “For years, I have been searching for the missing link between blue-collar rock and country […]

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Thompson Square Debut New “Glass” Video

Husband and wife country duo Thompson Square release the “Glass” video accompaniment to their fourth single from their self titled debut album. “Glass”, both the song and the video are quite different from what country fans have seen and heard of Thompson Square thus far. For starters, Shawna takes the vocal lead in this single […]

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CMA Songwriters Series BOSTON DEBUT Featuring Kenny Chesney to be AUDIO-STREAMED LIVE on AUG. 25, 2011 at CMASongwritersSeries.com or NoShoesRadio.com

Kenny Chesney and the CMA Songwriters Series make their debut in Boston August 25, 2011. And for the first time fans can visit CMASongwritersSeries.com or NoShoesRadio.com to hear the live performance as it happens. (8:00 PM/ET) It all starts with a song. And Thursday August 25, 2011 (8:00 PM/ET) Kenny Chesney and the CMA Songwriters […]

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Matt Hires set to “Take us to the Start”

SINGER/SONGWRITER UNVEILS DEBUT ALBUM; TAMPA-BASED TROUBADOUR TOURING WITH PAOLO NUTINIAS “HONEY, LET ME SING YOU A SONG” IMPACTS AT AAA; “TAKE US TO THE START” RELEASED VIA iTUNES ON JULY 28TH; PHYSICAL RELEASE FOLLOWS ON AUGUST 25TH F-Stop Music/Atlantic recording artist Matt Hires has announced details of his eagerly anticipated debut album. “TAKE US TO […]

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Slimfit "Make It Worse" Don't You Hate Pants? Music

By Brad Tucker The debut from Lancaster, PA’s Slimtfit, Make It Worse, is not without its bright spots, even if it sounds like something we’ve heard before. If this album were on shuffle, the first song on could make one think Slimfit was rooted in late-90s punk, or it could be a straight-ahead country rollick. […]

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