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“Randy Montana” – The Album and The Artist Debut a Vocal, Lyrical and Musical Masterpiece

Randy Montana and Mercury Nashville release an artist, a sound and a self-titled debut album July 26, 2011 that might “cling to the rough edges of country’s musical highway” but holds on strong as a singer, a songwriter and a signature sound to scale the heights and hit the summit. Born to famous songwriter Billy […]

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New Release: The Band Perry

The Band Perry is having a great start this release week! Their self-titled debut album is #10 on iTunes Overall Albums Chart and #2 on iTunes Country Albums Chart! TBP are also on an amazing in-store run – so peep the dates below, as well as their dates opening for Alan Jackson.

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The Band Perry, Lee Brice Score First Gold Singles

The Band Perry and Lee Brice scored their first gold singles this week for achieving sales of 500,000 downloads each. The Band Perry’s single, “If I Die Young,” is featured on their self-titled debut album to be released Tuesday (Oct. 12). The trio — siblings Kimberly, Neil and Reid Perry — will tour withAlan Jackson in November. Brice’s gold […]

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Truth & Salvage Co.

Every so often you come across a band whose music sort of reaches out and shakes hands with your soul. That’s just what the music of LA’s own Truth & Salvage Co. did to me. It’s a nice feeling, too, considering the vastly diluted pool of modern Americana rock bands fending for a spot on […]

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Sarah Buxton Review

There are only two reasons you should listen to Sarah Buxton’s self-titled debut album: it’s awesome, and for her version of “Stupid Boy.” I’ve heard Keith Urban sing this song live twice — as he cut it on his 2006 album “Love, Pain & the Whole Crazy Thing” — and while it brought tears to […]

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Easton Corbin “Easton Corbin”

Easton Corbin’s self-titled debut album largely lives up to the claims of its lead-off single – it’s “a little more country” than much of what we hear on radio today. And for the scores of country-starved folks out there staring quizzically at their radio, and wondering if their local country station has switched to top […]

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Interview: Those Darlins invite you to a sleepover!

On a crisp fall evening in Atlanta, Those Darlins (Jessi, Kelley, Nikki and Sheriff Linwood) blew into town and proceeded to heat things up. CMP caught up with them before their show at The Loft on Sept. 29th in support of their self-titled debut album. Prepare to enjoy the gracious and playful banter. CMP: Just […]

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Taylor Swift "Fearless" Big Machine Records

When girls are young, they wish upon stars. They dream of ball gowns, swoon over Romeo and wait for their fairytale to begin. That day, for Taylor Swift, has come. The 18-year-old songwriter released her second hit album, “Fearless,” on Nov. 11. Her single “Love Story” hit No. 2 on Billboard’s Country Single Chart behind […]

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Josh Gracin, “We Weren’t Crazy” Lyric Street

by LK You’d be crazy to miss the latest work of Michigan native and Idol graduate Josh Gracin. The long-awaited follow-up to his self-titled debut album is a sure bet for a good listen. Gracin’s charming vocals are paired with excellent musical arrangements to produce a truly enjoyable and masterful album. While it doesn’t lose […]

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