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Get a listen at Gretchen Wilson, ‘Summertime Town’

“Gretchen Wilson is ready to make a comeback with her new album Ready to Get Rowdy, and the latest single “Summertime Town” helps move the star in a new direction.”, reports TasteofCountry.com. “Words like “chill” and “light-hearted” are not often associated with the rowdy country star, but that’s exactly what

Kelsea Ballerini’s New “Legends” Video

“Kelsea Ballerini’s new video for her current single, “Legends,” is an emotional roller coaster full of twists and turns.”‘, reports NashCountryDaily.com. The new clip opens at the scene of a car crash, before flashbacks show a couple as they get married and raise a family. A tragic twist ensues (the car crash), but the

Academy of Country Music Announces Industry Winners

“Today (June 27), the Academy of Country Music announced the winners of the Industry Awards for the 52nd ACM Awards.”, reports NashCountryDaily.com “Voted on by the Academy’s professional members, the Industry Awards honor the behind-the-scenes professionals and venues that contribute to the artistry, success and longevity of

Academy of Country Music Announces Industry Winners

“Today (June 27), the Academy of Country Music announced the winners of the Industry Awards for the 52nd ACM Awards.”, reports NashCountryDaily.com “Voted on by the Academy’s professional members, the Industry Awards honor the behind-the-scenes professionals and venues that contribute to the artistry, success and longevity of

What Martina McBride Took From Garth Brooks

“When Martina McBride moved to Nashville to start her country career, she knew nobody. And she didn’t know a thing about the music business.”, reports CMT.com In a new interview with industry publication Country Aircheck, McBride talks about those early years, how she got her start and what lessons she learned. “, writes

Chris Janson ‘Redneck Life’ Video

“Chris Janson has released the video for “Redneck Life,” a song he co-wrote with Mitch Oglesby that’s featured on his new EP Fix a Drink.” reports TasteofCountry.com. “The song is an ode to the way he grew up — fishing and hunting and living the redneck life, and it’s as true as any of his songs.” writes