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Sonia Leigh Celebrates CD Release in Atlanta, GA

In a recent interview Zac Brown opened up about what it takes to become a part of his record label, Southern Ground, “To be a Southern Ground artist, you have to be a lifer. It’s not about winning a karaoke contest or a television show to become famous. It’s about really paying your dues.” Zac […]

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Eli Young Band releases “Life At Best” Album – A 2011 Top Pick Compilation of Artistic Brilliance !

Eli Young Band is a unique sound borne out of Denton, Texas and the creative brilliance of Mike Eli, James Young, Jon Jones and Chris Thompson. I had the pleasure here at Country Music Pride of chatting with Eli Young Band live back in July. When we talked, the guys collectively felt that “it (Life […]

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John McEuen – “Workingman’s Banjo”

No doubt, John McEuen is a lot of things to a lot of people.  He’s a multi-instrumentalist, founding member of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, solo artist, producer, documentarian, film scorer, concert promoter, and XM radio host.  In addition to being a husband and father of six, he’s also a close friend of Steve Martin, […]

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Colt Ford Interview

With his second album launching tomorrow, Colt Ford took some time out to talk to Country Music Pride, about life, music and everything in-between. Staying true to his roots while he reinvents a new sound in a city that can be stubborn with its rules, Colt Ford brings fresh insights and enthusiasm to the greatest […]

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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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David Nail – “I’m About to Come Alive”

As a little Southern girl I was raised in church, often squirming on hard, unforgiving pews and distractedly swinging my feet clad in black patent-leather shoes and lacy white socks, my head slung back and staring up at the bright jewels of the stained glass windows. But it was always the music – the soaring […]

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Tracy Lawrence

There’s no doubt, when you hear a Tracy Lawrence song, you know it’s him. No one can imitate his unique sound. But, Tracy’s new album, “The Rock,” may surprise you. “It has some pretty challenging vocals on it,” Tracy says. “It’s still me, you’re gonna know it’s me.” But, it’s a different side of Tracy. […]

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