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EP Review: Joe Nichols – Never Gets Old: Traditional Country Series

Artist: Joe Nichols Album: Never Gets Old: Traditional Country Series Year: 2018 Label: Broken Bow Records Genre: Traditional Country If there were ever a voice that was made for a traditional style of country music, it’s Joe Nichols. Never Gets Old: Traditional Country Series is the Joe Nichols project I’ve been waiting for. I knew…

EVAmore: Disrupting the Booking Industry One Positive Move at a Time

Channing Moreland and Makenzie Stokel may not have graduated from Belmont very long ago, but the pair are already well-known as innovative industry disruptors in all the right ways. Introduced while in the Music Business department at Belmont University and both possessing a passion for live music, the two quickly began collaborating on everything from…

Queeva Celebrates her 15th Birthday With a Brand New Single- “Stand Out”

It’s no secret that everyone at Lula 1892 adores the young singer/songwriter, Queeva. With a strong, uplifting personality that is so perfectly reflected in her positive and inspirational lyrics, Queeva’s music is fast becoming a beacon of light and hope for other young people to turn to and find solace in. When we interviewed Queeva earlier…

Album Review: Daryle Singletary – There’s Still A Little Country Left

Artist: Daryle Singletary Album: There’s Still A Little Country Left Year: 2015 Label: AGR Television Records Genre: Neotraditional country There are so many mixed feelings that go along with this week’s album review. Sorrow. Pride. Admiration. Saudade. Heartache. Back in February when we lost Daryle Singletary, I found myself on my kitchen floor in a…

Rapid Fire Round with Jenna Paulette

From opening gigs with Zac Brown Band, Joe Nichols, Russell Dickerson and High Valley to remaining a staple of Song Suffragettes, a weekly woman-only singer-songwriter showcase at Nashville’s Listening Room Cafe, Jenna Paulette is becoming an unstoppable force in Nashville. Paulette tows the genre lines we so often debate in this industry, and she does…

Don’t Blame it on Me: Kimberly Kelly

Standing at just 5’2”, with hair reminiscent of Farah Fawcett ala Charlie’s Angels and enough pearl snaps and fringe to rival Reba at the rodeo, Kimberly Kelly is a force to reckoned with. Born just outside of Waco, Texas, Kelly’s childhood was one steeped in the sounds of Western Swing and traditional Honky Tonk tunes….

Concert Review: Lisa Brokop – Legendary Ladies of Country

Artist: Lisa Brokop Venue: Horizon Stage, Spruce Grove, Alberta Show: Lisa Brokop Presents: Legendary Ladies of Country Time: 7:30pm, October 1st, 2018 Having been to many, many country music concerts in my twenty-two years, I thought I knew exactly what to expect last Monday night when I attended a tribute show of some of Country…

Cumberland Caverns Live Welcomes Street Corner Symphony For a Christmas Show at the World Famous Volcano Room

MCMINNVILLE, Tenn. (October 5, 2018) — Cumberland Caverns World-Famous Volcano Room has announced a new date for a live Christmas show performance with Street Corner Symphony in McMinnville,TN on Sunday, December 9th at 3 p.m. CST. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased online here. Street Corner Symphony is a contemporary a cappella…

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