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Miranda Lambert “Revolution” – Review

Miranda Lambert sure has evolved over the past four years. She’s written songs about starting fires, stalking ex-boyfriends and “Gunpowder & Lead.” Her latest release maintains that same edge she’s become so well-known for, but she’s tested the lyrical waters, come full circle and really found herself. Lambert is no stranger to the musical charts, […]

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Dolly Parton Releases New Video ‘Change It’

A Song From The  ‘Original Broadway Cast Recording Of 9 To 5: The Musical’ Intimate Behind-The-Scenes Clip Shows Dolly Having Fun In The Studio DOLLY PARTON has released a video for the song “Change It” from the Original Broadway Cast Recording of 9 to 5: The Musical album–and it’s DOLLY like you’ve never seen before: […]

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James Taylor "Covers" Hear Music

By Kevin Bridges When you think about it, it’s not that surprising James Taylor has released an album of cover songs. Some of his biggest hits, including “How Sweet It Is” and “You’ve Got a Friend” were written by others. All of the songs in this collection have been part of his live show over […]

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Invite Alison Krauss Into Your Living Room

by Bill Conger If there’s one thing better than hearing the angelic voice of Alison Krauss, it’s seeing her perform. The lovely and multi-talented singer/instrumentalist/producer collaborates with a who’s who of music on her new DVD, “A Hundred Miles or More: Live From The Tracking Room (Rounder Records), which arrives in stores Nov. 11. Cameras […]

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McBride in Harmony With Symphony Ball

Martina McBride will take home the prestigious 2008 Harmony Award at the Symphony Ball at Nashville’s Schemerhorn Symphony Center on Saturday, Dec. 13. The honor is given to recipients who exemplify the unique harmony between the worlds of music in the Country Music Capital and have contributed to the development and appreciation of Nashville’s music […]

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Old 97’s “Blame It on Gravity” New West Records

by Brad Tucker The Old 97’s return to the studio for the first time since 2004 with Blame It on Gravity. The band’s third album with New West picks up where their up-tempo alt-country sound left off before front man Rhett Miller’s most recent solo venture. Miller’s aptitude for pop-friendly phrasing is on display immediately […]

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Tift Merritt, “Another Country” Fantasy

by Brad Tucker Tift Merritt’s third release, Another Country, comes in the wake of a solitary stay in Paris. Merritt holed up with a guitar and a piano, penning the new album after four years away from the studio. The opening track “Something to Me” brings to mind early Jackson Browne, both in its lively […]

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