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JENNIFER NETTLES RELEASES NEW SONG & ESSAY: “I CAN DO HARD THINGS”

NEW YORK, NY (February 22, 2019) – GRAMMY® Award-winning entertainer JENNIFER NETTLESreleased a new song today titled “I Can Do Hard Things” (Big Machine Records), in which she details what it means to be a grown woman. She accompanied the song with a short essay on Medium.com explaining her inspiration for writing the song. “As I became a woman, and most certainly upon maturing into…

Daisy Sellas & Olivia Bandy: Teardrops from Songs

Daisy Sellas is a freshman songwriting major From San Juan Capistrano, California. She grew up on cowboy music which fluidly transitioned into a deep love and appreciation for country music later in life. With influences such as Dolly Parton, Loretta Lynn, Johnny Cash, and Willie Nelson, Sellas is not limited to the country music genre,…

In Studio with Kent Wells

The name Kent Wells might spark a few different thoughts, depending on one’s age and which parts of the music industry one is experienced with. From working alongside some of country music’s greatest legends to starting three of his own companies, Wells has worn many, many hats during his tenure in the business. We had…

Album Review: Trisha Yearwood – Let’s Be Frank

Artist: Trisha Yearwood Album: Let’s Be Frank Label: Gwendolyn Records, LLC Genre: Big Band, Jazz Trisha Yearwood’s new album, Let’s Be Frank, technically is not country… but she’s Trisha Yearwood and she can do whatever she wants and we’re going to listen. I picked up this CD as a gift from my sweet mama for…

Album Review: Red Marlow – Country As Cornbread

Artist: Red Marlow Album: Country as Cornbread Year: 2018 Label: RM LLC Genre: Neo-Traditional Country Some of you may know Red Marlow from Season 13 of NBC’s The Voice. He walked onto that audition stage with a very clear idea of who’s team he wanted to be on when he walked back off–Blake Shelton’s. However,…

Reba’s Got a New Album, Set for April 5th!

Iconic Entertainer Will Share Details with Facebook Live + Pre-order Available (2/15)  Reveals ACM Nominations on CBS This Morning (2/20) + Returns to Host Awards (4/7) NASHVILLE, TN (February 11, 2019) – A cowgirl to the core, REBA MCENTIRE has never been bashful about her Country roots. The iconic entertainer proves it with STRONGER THAN THE TRUTH, her forthcoming studio album, out April 5 on…

A Tale of Two Dresses: Loretta Harper on Design

The 1950’s: a taffeta lined, cinch-waisted dream of elegance. Times were simpler, fashion was cleaner, and everyone looked fantastic all the time. Buddy Holly, Sam Cooke, Johnny Cash, and Elvis Presley flooded the airwaves and women’s deepest fantasies with their smooth voices, their slicked back hair, their subdued sex appeal as the rhythm of the…

Peggy and Patsy Lynn on Growing Up in the Industry, Making Their Own Way, and Loretta Lynn’s Grammy Nomination

One might think growing up the child of Loretta Lynn would mean a life of glamour; private planes, infinite backstage passes, lace and rhinestones, and a love for life in the spotlight. The reality of being Loretta Lynn’s child goes something more like this: public school, work in the barn, mud from the creek, pickle…

Album Review: Bonnie Montgomery – Forever

Artist: Bonnie Montgomery Album: Forever Year: 2018 Label: Independent Genre: Honky Tonk, Classic Country This week’s album, Forever, is actually an unlikely review candidate. One I’ve had on the list for a very long time, but found myself skipping over week after week. To get to the root of why, I took it upon myself…

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