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A six-man band that has sold more than 10 million albums, earned a Grammy and placing 22 singles in the Top Ten – Diamond Rio is hitting a new milestone! The band is releasing their first live album in their career. Retaining their original six-man lineup for their 25 years, Diamond Rio is releasing a […]

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The 48th Annual CMA Awards gave fans plenty of musical entertainment during the presentation but a special appearance was made by the Doobie Brothers. Playing their hit single, “Takin’ It To The Street”, which was featured in their latest recording, “Southbound”. Joining the group on stage were Sugarland’s Jennifer Nettles, Lady Antebellum’s Hillary Scott and […]

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I learned something new today about two accomplished recording artists. Back in 2011, rock singer, Alice Cooper went out to Nashville to record his 19th album, “Welcome 2 My Nightmare” with producer Bob Ezrin. While working with one particular track, “A Runaway Train”, Cooper felt that the recording needed some special guitar work. While both […]

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I have read several articles encouraging famous singers that if you’re going to screw up singing; whatever you do; DON’T screw up the national anthem! Famous rock, pop, R & B, country and, I guess I’ll add Rap – all get nervous and make mistakes singing their own sings or even they’re beloved cover tunes. […]

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Yeah, we haven’t celebrated Thanksgiving yet so I don’t like talking Christmas BUT…you Sara Evans fans don’t have to wait for Black Friday to get Christmas gifts this year. Evans will release a 12 track album entitled, “At Christmas”, available November 17th. Sara even has her two daughters, 12-year-old Olivia and 10-year-old Audrey singing on […]

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One of the most influential and popular recording artist in country music was once kicked out of a country band! George Strait was given the boot back in his early career. In the early ’70’s while stationed in Hawaii with the Army, George started his career as a rocker but soon was influenced by Merle […]

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October 17th, 1990 was a difficult day for the mother – daughter team that were enjoying a successful music career. Naomi Judd announced her retirement from her duet career with daughter, Wynonna after an extremely successful 7 years. The two were in the middle of their “Love Will Build A Bridge Tour” when Naomi received […]

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Lauren Alaina has been missed from the country charts and it couldn’t be helped. The female singer has undergone vocal cord surgery in August and has had a slow recovery time when it comes to even speaking. Lauren was able to finish her tour then sought treatment in the attempt to continue her singing career. […]

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Country artist Brad Paisley has an affirmation to water, or so it seems with his two recent videos. “River Bank” took us to the bayou with water skiing squirrel, tubing and partying. New from his latest album, “Moonshine In the Trunk”, Paisley and his band get drenched during “Perfect Storm”. As the rains falls and […]

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A purchase agreement between two developers on Friday, October 3rd was signed which saved Studio A from certain demolition. Tennessee-based developer, AMT Trust LLC, part of the Americana Music Triangle project purchased the building from Bravo Development for $5.6 million. Americana Music Triangle is the first ever comprehensive telling of music’s greatest story: the birth […]

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