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Barely three days after Dave Brown toasted the 15th anniversary of his Nashville rock venue the Basement with a celebratory concert on February 29th, 2020, the club owner was awoken by a phone call that tragedy had struck at the Basement East, his other venue, across the Cumberland River. A tornado had touched down in
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Erin Enderlin and Terri Clark are queens of the barroom in their new song “If There Weren’t So Many Damn Songs.” In the spirit of classics such as Waylon Jennings’ “The Wurlitzer Prize (I Don’t Want to Get Over You),” the song is a fiddle-and-steel-heavy weeper that makes feeling bad sound oh so good. “If there weren’t so many songs about
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Trisha Yearwood songs are unlike any others in country music. She has carved out a successful and unique niche for herself by finding some of the highest-quality songs in the genre, then recording them in arrangements that bring them to life in a way that is sonically different from any other artist in the commercial country
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Mickey Guyton‘s “Love My Hair” offers a message of self-acceptance while putting forth a narrative that’s underrepresented in country music: the specific perspective of Black women. The singer recently released the song ahead of the arrival of her debut album, Remember Her Name. Guyton begins “Love My Hair” by describing an experience many Black women struggle with
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Amanda Rose O’Connor otherwise known by her stage name ARO made her live, stage debut at Rumi Event Space in Manhattan during the SohoJohnny Presents the Let Me Help, Inc, 9/11 Fashion and Music Celebrity Gala Concert on Saturday, September 11, 2021. The 22 year old artist just released her first single “Damaged” and this
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Singer/Songwriter April Rose Gabrielli’s debut single Do You? Released Soho Records & AWAL/Sony makes her Billboard Adult Contemporary Chart Debut at #27, in between Shawn Mendes and The Weeknd.  “Do You?” is creating incredible buzz, also reaching #1 on the Mediabase Adult Contemporary Independent Artists Ranking, and is in the Top 25 on the Mediabase
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Beloved by fans of everything from country music to down-home cooking, Trisha Yearwood has been a cultural icon for well over two decades. Born on Sept. 19, 1964, to Gwendolyn and Jack Howard Yearwood, Patricia Lynn Yearwood spent her earliest years in Monticello, Ga., performing in elementary school musicals and church choir groups. Although Yearwood possessed an innate musical
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Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood, Luke Bryan, Luke Combs and more came together on Sept. 13 for a monumental benefit concert that raised money for middle Tennesseans in need. Loretta Lynn shares that her Hometown Rising concert was a huge success, pulling in more than $900,000 and counting. The tally sits at $933,000, Lynn revealed on Thursday (Sept. 16). The United Way
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Celebrity photographer traded his camera for a microphone long enough to take the stage with New York Nightlife entertainer Tym Moss to perform “If I Could Dream”, a powerful Elvis cover. One of the evening’s surprises for sure, showcasing the magical talents of the duo, who had performed together for the first time. Billy Hess
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Ashley Gorley, Hunter Phelps, Ben Johnson and Michael Hardy co-wrote “Holy Water,” a song on Michael Ray‘s 2021 EP, Higher Education, but the song speaks to him on a deep level. Its story about a Florida preacher who’s running moonshine on the side may as well have been inspired by his family. Ray’s family has lived
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Anne-Marie: “Beautiful”: It’s no wonder why “Beautiful” is a destined smash hit, it’s written and produced by Ed Sheeran and Max Martin. After unveiling the Therapy tracklist, Anne-Marie delivered “Beautiful” as the next single. The single features vocals at the end of the track from Anne-Marie’s godson and his little sister. On Twitter, Anne-Marie wrote of the song, “”Beautiful”
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