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Special Guest Emily West will be Performing at “JT Hodges’ December 5th Holiday Howler” Benefiting Brown Dog Foundation

With all the hustle and bustle of the season at hand, p-l-e-a-s-e don’t forget your four-legged furry friends this Monday December 5, 2011. Show Dog-Universal Music recording artist J.T. Hodges is hosting his first ever Holiday Howler charity event to benefit the Brown Dog Foundation. Please take a moment to support Hodges in his very […]

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David Nail Kicking Off CMA Week at Tin Roof

CMA Week brings music fans from all over the world to the country music capital, Nashville, TN. MCA recording artist David Nail is kicking off his CMA Music Fest experience with an intimate fan appreciation party at Tin Roof on Demonbreun Street at 3 PM on Wednesday, June 8. The Missouri native wanted to give […]

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Taylor Swift Speaks Now in Her “Mean” Video About Being Put Down

Taylor Swift might stand “gigantically tall” at a reported 5′ 11″ but the Big Machine recording artist Speaks Now and not a minute too late about being put down. “There’s constructive criticism, there’s professional criticism and then there’s just being mean.” “Mean”, Taylor Swift’s newly released video and current single off her sold-a-million-copies-in-a-week third album Speak […]

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Golfer ‘Long John’ releases second studio album

Iconic golfer John Daly, or to those familiar with his backswing – “Long John” – released a new album off Nashville-based digital recording company GMV Nashville. “I Only Know One Way” is Daly’s second studio recording, and includes a mix of country, blues, ballads and covers. Country star Darius Rucker is also featured on the […]

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Dierks Bentley to release “Up on the Ridge” June 8

Nashville recording artist Dierks Bentley will release “Up on the Ridge,” a raw, true-to-his-roots bluegrass album on June 8. Bentley co-wrote five of the tracks, and enlists the help of singers Alison Krauss, Tim O’Brien and Kris Kirstofferson to supplement the album. Listeners can get a sneak peak by visiting USMagazine.com, which is currently streaming […]

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Kate McGarrigle, 1946-2010

We are saddened today to learn of the death of Kate McGarrigle last night from cancer. She was 63. McGarrigle performed widely with her sister, Anna, for more than three decades, recording 10 albums. She was also well-known for being the matriarch of a musical family, the Wainwrights. McGarrigle was the mother of singers Rufus […]

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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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