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               STELLA CRISPO
Out of the rain (S)
Stella Crispo is a singer, pianist and songwriter and has been a performer for many years throughout the New York City area and in Europe. She was inspired by great rock singers like Ann Wilson and Linda Ronstadt and has had a very versatile career. Stella has appeared off-Broadway, recorded commercials, worked with high-profile bands and performed in venues such as B.B. King's in Manhattan and the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark, NJ several times. As a songwriter, she's been solicited to write for social causes such as her anthem Day After Day written for 'My Last Butt', an international anti-smoking campaign.

'Out of the Rain' was written, arranged and produced by Stella and recorded at Water Music Studios in Hoboken, NJ and is a song that is very close to her heart.

  
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CRS DOWNLOAD AUTUMN 2018 (A)
  1. SHELLY JONES BAND: My angel
    MY ANGEL is the second single release from the SHELLY JONES BAND’s new album, HIGHWAYS. Co-written by SHELLY JONES, LESTER TREUER and STACY TREUER, MY ANGEL is based on a true story about a lifelong relationship between a girl and her first horse and highlights the special bond they develop. Grab the tissues! The album HIGHWAYS is available via on iTunes and the official SHELLY JONES BAND website www.shellyjonesband.com.au
  2. SHOW PONY EXPRESS: Confusion
    Tamworth duo SHOWPONY EXPRESS, SAMANTHA BELLAMY and RAY PRATLEY have released their latest album "MIGHTY MURRAY RIVER". CONFUSION, the second single to be released from the album, was composed after a major life event. Produced by LINDSAY WADDINGTON of Kross Kut Records, the song can be downloaded at online stores or CD's purchased directly from www.showponyexpress.com.au, or purchased at live shows. SHOWPONY EXPRESS are currently touring Australia with their "Country For Kids Tour" commencing August 2018 and concluding January 2019. Samantha and Ray will endeavour to call into as many radio stations as possible during their tour of NSW, QLD, VIC & TAS. Radio presenters are encouraged to contact Samantha and Ray regarding either phone interviews or in studio interviews during their current tour schedule.
  3. TOM MAXWELL: Dust of Australia
    There is little doubt that TOM MAXWELL is one of the leading forces in today’s crop of Balladeers. One of just a handful of travelling Bush Balladeers still on the road full time. Tom is not only living the dream. He is keeping alive an Australian way of life that has served to enshrine the Australian Bush Heritage. Through hard work and sheer determination he has carved his niche in the Australian Country Music industry and has seen his fan base explode in recent times. Tom has been down plenty of dusty roads, met many characters along the way and heard some of the best yarns to be told and like the Balladeers who came before him and built the foundations for today’s country music industry. Tom continues to preserve those stories in music and song. An accomplished entertainer, Tom has already released 13 successful albums, and has made the finals in many of Australia’s Country Music Awards including the Prestigious Star Maker and a five-time Golden Guitar finalist with his most recent nomination in 2016 for Bush Ballad of the Year. In January 2010, Tom was inducted into the Hands of Fame Park in Tamworth, an honour awarded to those for their services and contribution within the Australian Country Music Industry. Tom has a deep respect for the pioneering greats who have influenced his musical style and his genuine attitude, easy going disposition and likeable nature, combined with his underlying passion and devotion to our Australian Music and its Heritage, all contribute to the acceptance and adulation Tom receives. DUST OF AUSTRALIA is the first single release from forthcoming album due for release mid 2019 written by TOM MAXWELL, RAY ROSE & TERRY BENNETTS
  4. ASHLEY COOK: The Murranji
    ASHLEY COOK is one of Australia’s finest Independent Bush Balladeers as he understands the meanings behind the songs that he sings and loves keeping the past alive. THE MURRANJI is Ashley’s second Single off his latest album due out in January 2019. THE MURRANJI was written by RICK GAY with a modern feel to a very good Bush Ballad
  5. ALLAN CASWELL: Powerful thing
    POWERFUL THING is the latest single released from ALLAN CASWELL’s MEXICO album. In keeping with the album’s theme of exploring all the different facets of country music, POWERFUL THING is MEXICO’s country/soul outing. POWERFUL THING was cowritten and coproduced with DAMIAN CAFARELLA, and apart from great playing by D CAF and LACHLAN BRYAN, features some stellar backing vocals from the amazing JEN MIZE. “POWERFUL THING has always been one of my favourites ever since we wrote it… It backs up my theory that whenever white people sing black music it always comes out sounding country … I guess that also goes for when Ray Charles sang Hank Williams” MEXICO has received some outstanding reviews since its release including: “This album has so many great songs that it is difficult to choose the standouts … it is one of the finest pieces of work Allan has produced and he is justifiably proud of it.” … (Susan Jarvis) Capital News “This album is beautifully crafted and performed and full of amazing songs. It’s awesome country music” Capital News (Sound Advice) With an album of the calibre of MEXICO, choosing singles is never easy but POWERFUL THING was always going to be one
  6. THOR PHILLIPS: Higher ground
    Guitar virtuoso and rising Alt. Country singer/songwriter THOR PHILLIPS is stirring up storms across the nation. His brand new single ‘HIGHER GROUND’ (off the new album of the same name) draws inspiration from Alt. Country, Blues and Roots all with Thor’s distinct guitar style. Always versatile, the full album showcases Thor’s lightning-fast flat picking, expressive dobro style and lyrics that go straight to the heart. There’s also a nod to folk, a stomp of bluegrass and dusting of Americana resulting in a truly unique style. What sets Thor apart is his dynamic energy, his confidence with the guitar, his rich voice, and his willingness to be both powerful and vulnerable within the same song. Full of integrity and depth, his stories feel like home. Appearing at major festivals (Tamworth CMF, Broadbeach CMF, Ballina CMF, Dorrigo Bluegrass Festival) as well as performing up to five shows a week at live venues; this NSW Northern Rivers local has made music his life
  7. MELISSA ROBERTSON: Little country life
    ‘LITTLE COUNTRY LIFE’ is MELISSA ROBERTSON’s latest single release to radio on the back of her most successful charting song, ‘RED HEAD AT HEART’, spending 20 weeks to date on the chart and hitting the # 2 position. ‘LITTLE COUNTRY LIFE’ is the title track to Melissa’s brand new all original album which will be launched this weekend. Melissa wrote this song to celebrate the beauty of her and her husband’s life together in the picturesque town of Cowra. Produced and mastered by one of country music’s best producers, SIMON JOHNSON, of Hillbilly Hut. Including a plethora of amazing musician’s: GLEN HANNAH on guitars, SIMON on bass, TRENT SIMONSON on drums, VAUGHAN JONES on keys, MICK ALBECK on Fiddle, KELLY HOPE and SIMON on backing vocals
  8. LINDA MIZZI: Fisherman
    LINDA MIZZI is a Blue Mountains singer-songwriter who, over a relatively short time, has come to the attention of festival audiences local and interstate. The song, ‘FISHERMAN,’ is track 7 on her new album titled ‘REAL PEOPLE’ – FISHERMAN has an Americana feel – sung from the heart, the track explores the depths and lows, and re-emerging of one’s self on the journey
  9. CONNIE KIS ANDERSEN: Unclouded day
    CONNIE KIS has been no stranger to cloudy days these past few years - dealing with personal illness and the recent loss of both parents. She believes her faith has been the foundation which has enabled her to survive these difficult times. The clouds are finally lifting and now it's time to celebrate with the release of ‘UNCLOUDED DAY’ from her new album; A CLOSER WALK. Her fresh and original bluegrass arrangement of the timeless Gospel song from public domain is guaranteed to lift anyone's spirits and get toes tapping. What's been said about A CLOSER WALK; “This album is probably the most beautiful Gospel album I have heard in the past 12 months and I highly recommend it to everyone – not just Gospel fans”
  10. SUSAN LILY: Feeling love
    If you want your toes to tap and your feet to stomp then the latest offering from SA’s SUSAN LILY is the remedy. After a national top 20 and top 3 Tasmanian hit with waltz TOUGH AS GERANIUM, the #Adeladysongstress, SUSAN LILY is back with a boppy new track from her latest album, FREE SPIRITED. “FEELING LOVE” is an ode to friendship. Those mates who helped us get through a tough time or who stood by us no matter what. Country music’s finest Australian talent all lend their skills to help bring this track alive. “FEELING LOVE” was recorded and mixed at Red Brick Recording Studios by Anthony Stewart, and mastered by Neville Clarke at Disk Edits. With a bluegrass feel from great Aussie musicians you’ll “fall in love” with “FEELING LOVE”.

    If you want your toes to tap and your feet to stomp then the latest offering from SA’s Susan Lily is the remedy

  11. DONNA: Hopelessly devoted to you
    During a career spanning 3 continents and more than 3 decades, with a history of performances ranging from cabaret to theatre, and a successful Country Music recording career with singles charting in Australia, England and Europe, DONNA (formerly Donna Boyd) has sung her way into the hearts of audiences, young and old. Following a break from performing DONNA is back presenting her stage show “The Physical Tour”, a tribute show to Olivia Newton John. Olivia has delivered Country songs throughout her career among other genres and it’s for that reason DONNA has decided to release her version of one of Olivia’s greatest hits, “HOPELESSLY DEVOTED TO YOU’. When you listen to it you’ll know why DONNA is the perfect voice for this tribute show
  12. CASEY BARNES: Set sail
    Riding the wave of success on a string of highly successful singles in 2018, the monumental year continues for Golden Guitar Finalist CASEY BARNES with the release of a sincere, deeply heartfelt ballad, ‘SET SAIL’. ‘SET SAIL is the one song on the album that basically wrote itself. It was like my father-in law was in the room trying to get a message through. It touches on a topic that most people can relate to... that of losing a loved one and the emotional roller coaster that comes with it for those left behind. Having faith that they’ll always be there looking out for us to calm the storm and make sure we’re ok’ ‘SET SAIL’’ (released 21st September) hails from Casey’s career defining #1 album, ‘THE GOOD LIFE’. Debuting at #1 on the iTunes Country Charts and #2 on the ARIA Country Charts, sees the album carve a path of contemporary country, delivering toe tapping songs that have resonated with fans and turned into favourite anthems. All singles released this year, including the #1 single, ‘AIN’T COMING HOME,’ were co-written and produced with powerhouse team MICHAEL PAYNTER and MICHAEL DeLORENZIS from MSquared Productions. Casey’s most recent release, ‘BE MINE’ reached Top 10 on various Country Radio Charts across the country and its presence is still felt radio, while CMC supported the video in full rotation. Casey’s music has made an impact around the world. He’s had hits in Europe, written, recorded and toured in America, appeared in a top-rating TV show in Australia and played alongside many international artists including Mariah Carey and Bryan Adams. Well known for his depth of storytelling and high energy live show, Casey will continue to tour extensively throughout the remainder of 2018
  13. JUSTIN STANDLEY: Love and happiness for you
    Country music legend and GOLDEN GUITAR winner, EVELYN BURY, has teamed up with GOLDEN GUITAR FINALIST, JUSTIN STANDLEY, to produce a piece of pure country music magic. LOVE AND HAPPINESS FOR YOU is the first single to be released from THE FRIENDS OF AUSTRALIAN COUNTRY MUSIC VOCAL COLLABORATION PROJECT VOLUME ONE. BURY brings a wealth of talent and warmth to this project. Her vocal delivery at Love Hz studios in Sydney stunned multi-GOLDEN GUITAR winning producer, MATT FELL. “She was one of Australian Country Music’s giants in the 80s and 90s” Justin said, “I suspect many people may have written Evelyn off as a great talent, but what she produced in the studio proves what a master of her craft she still is. Her vocal was pure magic and had us all in tears. This is a very special song and EVELYN BURY is one very special lady!”
  14. COUNTRY PUMPKINS: Night time stories
    NIGHT TIME STORIES is the second single from the COUNTRY PUMPKINS’ CD, PAT THE POSSUM, following SPIKELING RECYCLING. It is an album for kids based on bush creatures like Pat the Possum, Phil the Frillin' Frill-Necked Lizard, Lorikeet Sweet and Isabelle Bird. All the songs on PAT THE POSSUM have been written by COUNTRY PUMPKINS’ bass player, MICHELLE SCOBIE, who is also a trained teacher. The CD is an educational product on the theme of recycling and care for the bush. THE COUNTRY PUMPKINS are Michelle on bass and vocals, husband Graham on mandolin, guitar, harmonica and vocals, Mary Couper on keyboards, guitar and vocals, Scott James on guitar, mandolin and vocals plus Dan Ostrosko on drums. Producer Richard Cooke also makes a significant contribution on a variety of instruments
  15. J.R. WILLIAMS: What the farmer thinks
    The song, WHAT THE FARMER THINKS, was written by JR during the last drought and is on his MUSTERING TIME album. JR saw drought first-hand on his Northern Victorian property and over the border in Southern NSW. The release of this song is not about JR but to continue to create awareness for the farmers who are suffering in the bad areas of Australia. JR’s message to the great Radio Presenters across Australia is, if you are kind enough to give this track a spin, please mention to your listeners that if they have a few spare dollars please go to the Drought Angels Donation website and try to help. Every dollar added together will make a difference. If anyone wishes to order MUSTERING TIME, the CD this song is on, from JR’s website, www.jrwilliams.com.au he will donate .00, from each sale, to the Angels.
  16. SHAZA LEIGH: Land of our kin
    SHAZA LEIGH was born to the land. LAND OF OUR KIN is a fantastic song, celebrating the privilege one feels growing up on the family property. At a time when our farmers need inspiration to survive in their beloved industry, this song is a timely reminder of all that is great about their life and why it is imperative they retain hope and focus on their dreams for the future and the dreams of generations to come. ‘Australia's First Lady Of Song’ has matured into one of Australia's very best country performers. The farmer’s daughter has become a multi-award winning singer/songwriter, and this modern day bard is well qualified to write and capture the integrity of her family's story to represent every other member of Australia's farming community
  17. RUNAWAY DIXIE: Tele rambler
  18. RUNAWAY DIXIE: Face the wind
    FACE THE WIND is a single from the forthcoming 5th album release for South Australian trio RUNAWAY DIXIE The track is another from the pen of band member VIRGINIA HERMEL and the storyline embraces harmonies and instrumentation in traditional bluegrass style that is a strong part of RUNAWAY DIXIE's band presentation. The track follows on from ‘FISHIN’ IN THE DARK' released earlier in 2018 and also the instrumental ‘TELE RAMBLER', just released as well. The 5th album is anticipated to be released early October. More information via runawaydixie.com
  19. IAN QUINN (feat. GLENN JONES): Chad - The last country music pioneer
    IAN QUINN, two times Golden Guitar winner, is joined by one of Australia’s leading bush balladeers, GLENN JONES, in a very special guest appearance to pay tribute to the living legend CHAD MORGAN “The Sheik from Scrubby Creek” CHAD – THE LAST COUNTRY MUSIC PIONEER, written by IAN QUINN, captures the unique and outstanding contributions Chad has made to the Australian Country Music Industry for well over sixty years with Platinum and Gold record sales. TEX MORTON once described Chad as the only true original country music artist with his ability to captivate his audience through Aussie slang and comedy in his songs

  
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Nashville Radio Promotions - Autumn 2018 (A)
Nashville Radio Promotions was started back in 2012 when a group of independent record label owners joined forces in promoting their artists to radio. It now represents 14 independent record labels and numerous unsigned artists.
  1. RON JOHNSON: Goodbye friendship hello love
  2. J.K. COLTRAIN: The old country church
  3. RICH SITHER: Hey bartender
  4. TREVOR CARLESI: Western spirit world

  
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
CD Tex (A)
  1. LONNIE SPIKER: The first to say goodbye
    The new single from Lonnie Spiker is a smash! Not known for his ballads this beauitful song is a masterpiece. Already nominated for Song of the Year in the Academy of Western Artists's 2018 Awards show "The First To Say Goodbye" is a great addition to any station's playlist
  2. TERIE LEI MOORE: White Pine creek
    Terie Lei Moore pairs her unique, haunting vocals with thought-provoking lyrics that provide listeners with a fresh new take on Texas music and songwriting. In her debut radio single, "White Pine Creek," she takes listeners to a place she used to escape from the trivial drama she encountered at home, and even after she left home, she always found her way back to the place that saved her time and time again
  3. MORGAN McKAY: Dark before the dawn
    Morgan McKay brings a sultry and soulful country style to every show, along with a folksy southern charm that engages the audience. Her music career began at the age of 10 when she first performed at the Wharton Country Youth Fair & Exposition Talent Contest and continued on with various public contests, Texas Oprys and other venues before embarking on a professional music career. Texas?s own, Morgan McKay has been playing her style of ?Americana? music all over the country for years, bringing an eclectic mix of country and 70?s rock to bars and arenas. Morgan McKay?s set list includes new music from The Dawn, such as Whiskey or Without You and classic rock favorites like Bobby McGee and Landslide. McKay?s voice has been compared to that of a young Stevie Nicks. Her musical tastes expanded she began to incorporate more and more of a genre which includes the almost folk-sounding rock of the seventies.
  4. XAVIER JOSEPH: Gotta be bad (to have a good time)
    XAVIER JOSEPH is an up and coming country music artist from the great state of Texas. From a young age he grew up being very well rounded in the arts and traveled all over the country competing in various entertainment competitions, coming in as national champion 4x for my routines. At 15, he joined a country western swing dance group known as the "Elite Wranglers". Being on this team introduced him to the amazing world of country music. He is now recording and performing all over Texas, with three original songs making it into the top 100 list on the Texas Regional Radio Charts. He has just recently completed an album at BGM Studios and looks forward to it?s release in 2019
  5. SUNDANCE HEAD: Leave her wild
    Released on Dean Dillon's Wildcatter Records. Written by Lori McKenna and JT Harding
  6. MORGAN ASHLEY: Bad oy chaser
    Morgan Ashley grew up participating heavily in 4-H and FFA until the music bug bit her hard. She got out and started playing shows as soon as possible and has been touring all over Texas for the past few years! In 2017 she was nominated for Texas Female Vocalist of the Year and in 2018 she released her debut single ?Your Girl? from her full album ?Karma?. Morgan explains her second single ?Bad Boy Chaser? as a song that says it all in the title. ?It?s the unfortunate truth for most girls? she says. Morgan can?t wait to come visit everyone at T

  
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Airplay Express October 2018 (A)
  1. THE WAYNE JACOBS BAND featuring RONNIE KIMBLE: Little bit of heaven
    Award winning singer/songwriter Wayne Jacobs has written his first ever Gospel Country song called "Little Bit Of Heaven" He was inspired to write this song after listening to Maren Morris "My Church." The song is about poverty & Homelessness while helping others see A Little Bit Heaven in everyone just as Jesus did. Wayne has approached the New Wine Gospel church in Woolwich London and has been invited for a meeting with the music director LJ who has just completed a Gospel Album with the UK's famous Artist Sam Smith. He is hoping to perform his song with their amazing gospel choir in front of the congregation and have it recorded for Youtube. Wayne has just won ukcountryradios.com Listeners Club music award for the seventh year in a row for his country love song produced in Nashville "Signs Of Love" Wayne thanks you all for your support and for playing his music and asks God to Bless You all
  2. KEITH BRADFORD: You´re not here to hold me, you´re not here to hold
    Written by Marion G Lee. Marian dedicates this song to her beloved husband whom she married 62 years ago on Halloween
  3. LARRY M. CLARK: Ain´t gotta redneck
    Written and Performed by Larry M. Clark
  4. DENNIS DiCHIARO & THE WEST NASHVILLE ORCHESTRA: Restless wind
    Written and Produced by The 2018 Josie Awards "Songwriter of the Year" 'Dennis DiChiaro'
  5. STEVE ZUWALA: Sometimes
    Written and Performed by Steve Zuwala

  
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JK NICK NICHOLS
  1. Eyes wide open
  2. If I had the money
  3. Livin´ it
  4. New look from an old fool


    Country
Datum: 2018-10-09
Label: Star 1 Entertainment & Records

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TONI WEST
In my dreams (S)
Hi there Goran Here is my latest recording "In My Dreams" - hope you like it Toni xx

  
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Kim´s World Records 2018 (A)
  1. KIMBERLEY GLOVER: My Mom
  2. KAREN DAVIS: I´ve cried my last tear over you
  3. DUANE MILLER: Cross on a mountain
  4. KIMBERLEY GLOVER: Send your best angel
  5. KAREN DAVIS: It´s my life
  6. STEVE HUGHES: Again
  7. KIMBERLEY GLOVER: Loretta Lynn tribute
  8. AMANDA VITATO: Now and then
  9. NEXT GENERATION OF SOUL: Grace walked upon the earth
  10. KAREN DAVIS: I need you
  11. KIMBERLEY GLOVER: The Chance
  12. REX HARTSFIELD: Follow me
  13. KIMBERLEY GLOVER: Light at the end of the tunnel
  14. KIMBERLEY GLOVER: Part timer

  
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KATHY CRINION AND MARC ROBERTS
Falling in love again
Hi Folks,I really mean this..."a vocal match made in heaven". Kathy Crinion and Marc Roberts have teamed up to bring you their rendition of Falling in Love Again and boy does it work!...Go on, you are tempted to say who they sound like aren't you?..my lips are sealed!! The single will be released for public downloading in 2 weeks time. Peter Ware once again brings his production magic to the final mix and master.

  
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DON MESCALL feat. STELLA PARTON
Love me right now (S)
Award winning international singer-songwriter Don Mescall will release his latest single 'Love Me Right Now' featuring Nashville legend Stella Parton on 12th Oct 2018. This is the first release from Don’s new album, ‘Lighthouse Keeper’ – available everywhere from 2nd Nov 2018. Co-written by Don Mescall and his long time friend and writing partner - Mike Reid (I Can't Make You Love Me (Bonnie Rait, Adele, George Michael, Bruce Hornsby, Tank, Priyanka Chopra), Lost In The Fifties Tonight, Stranger In My House (Ronnie Milsap) There You Are (Willie Nelson) and many more. Don is joined on the track by Stella Parton, hot-on-the-heels of her appearance on BBC's 'Celebrity Bake Off'. The younger sister of the iconic Dolly Parton, Stella has paved a successful career in her own right following her hit song 'Danger Of A Stranger’, having worked with some of the biggest names in Nashville and touring throughout the world as both a singer and actress ( The Dukes Of Hazzard, Coat Of Many Colours The Movie and many more).

Don’s recent collaborations with Geri Halliwell on “Angels in Chains” (a tribute to the late George Michael) in 2017 hit number spots in 5 different countries worldwide and, then this side of the Atlantic with Nathan Carter adding a further 3 Number 1 singles . Another of Don’s tracks, ‘There’s One’ is featured on Sir Cliff Richard's forthcoming new studio album 'Rise Up' out in Oct 2018. Don's new album, 'Lighthouse Keeper' will be the first studio album in twelve years, following his debut album 'Innocent Run' . The new album will be released both digitally and in hard copy on 2nd November, in the run-up to Christmas

    Country
Datum: 2018-10-02
Label: AGR Television Records

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THE PUFFERS
Watching the train go by (S)
Here is a new release from The Puffers. It's been a while since we had a release from Bob & Darleen. A very upbeat toe tapping song. Hope you and your listeners enjoy it.

  
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THOPPER
Whiskey Wars (S)
Songwriters: Lonnie C. Ratliff & Thomas “Thopper” Pedersen

      Country
Datum: 2018-10-02
Label: Lonnie Ratliff Promo

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TSP´s Country & Americana vol.180 (A)
  1. MODESTO: Fractions
  2. ANNA-MARIA FALCONE: A little change
  3. MARK ROGERS: Imagining
  4. MARY ANNE MESSAGE: Sweet noise
  5. EDDY GEE: Walking out the door
  6. GEORGE WOLF: Weeping willow
  7. KARIN EURÉN: Write your sorrows in the sand
  8. MARK ROGERS: Qualifiers
  9. LOUIS SHERIDAN: Midnight rain
  10. TJ DOYLE: Heart´s eyes
  11. ANNA-MARIA FALCONE: Little blue matchbook
  12. JESSE JONES: Meanwhile in the honky tonk
  13. GEORGE WOLF: Tijuana tonight
  14. DOUG ADKINS: I wish it were raining
  15. JASON V. CHAPMAN: Couple hundred miles
  16. LES HATLEY: Faster
  17. LARRY M. CLARK: From Nashville to El Paso
  18. PAUL MALYSA: Knelt down & prayed
  19. PAUL MALYSA: Your smile
  20. LISA BELL: Big inside

  
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
Airplay Express September 2018 (A)
  1. MIKE CONTONI: Thunder and lightning
    Written by Mike Contoni
  2. LARRY M. CLARK: If you want her back
    Written by Larry M. Clark
  3. BILLY MAC: Love at first sight kind of girl
    Written by Dellaposta / Gaspard
  4. DAN SCHAFER: Family ties
    Written by Barbara Blevins / Keith Bradford / Dan Schafer
  5. WENDY: There´s no right way to do you wrong
    Written by Marian Lee
  6. BILLY MAC: Give me everything
    Written by Bob Dellaposta / Jon Rutherford
  7. DANA JORDAN: Jeannie C Riley, Queen Of The Harper Valley PTA
    Written by Barbara Blevins/Clyde R Birkla/Keith Bradford
  8. ZAC BURRELL: Cowboy
    Written by Zac Burrell. Zac wrote this song in High School when he wanted to be a rapper/hip hop singer ... went to college fell in love with country ... changed title from "Badboy" to "Cowboy" Play's guitar, piano and a killer drummer ...... So Cowboy is his new release ... working on a funny video ... I am in that .... I believe in this kid ..."
  9. MARTY DUNN: Never never again
    Written by Monty Holmes / Barbie Isham

  
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
CD Tex (A)
  1. JENNI DALE LORD: He thinks he still loves me
    "I Think He Still Loves Me" is the story of a love barely hanging on - a love, that while still exists, almost certainly is not enjoyed. However, its eloquently written heartbreak lyrics are surprisingly playful and compliment the traditional style of its layout and well-played instrumentals. It's a tip of the hat to classic country, much in the same vein as Patsy Cline, one of JDL's idols. With stellar harmonies, traditional licks, and a haunting steel guitar, this song is sure to soothe the soul
  2. CHUCK SHAW: Burn that oil
    His is Lone Star country ? but the deeper you listen, the more hints you hear of the path he took to reach that destination. In his first single, ?Burn That Oil,? the harmonica riff and nostalgic reminiscence might bring Springsteen to mind. Shaw wouldn?t deny it, being born and raised through high school in New Jersey. But even in his formative years, with his friends immersed mainly in rap, Shaw felt the call of country, first from groups like The Eagles and Creedence Clearwater Revival. ?The music I love is real,? he insists. ?It?s pure. It?s a great American art form. I love how it sounds ? the fiddle, the pedal steel ? and how it feels. They know that down where I live, but when I play somewhere else, where people only know that mainstream pop country, I explain to them: This is how we do it in Texas. ?This is country music.?
  3. SPUR 327 BAND: Beneath the Texas sunset
    "Beneath The Texas Sunset" is a modern-day love song about rekindling that romance from days gone by. The song depicts that high school couple who took different paths in life only to reconnect and rekindle their relationship. It?s a small-town love story where a guy and a girl get to drive down some of those old dirt roads and chase the dream of a better life together. Written by lead guitarist Andy Hackney, you will hear a song inspired by artists such as George Strait, Alan Jackson and Maines Brothers Band. Hopefully, you will find that someone and take advantage of every minute together, hoping it will never end, Beneath The Texas Sunset
  4. COOPER WADE: High time
    This long awaited single is the first release from his new album titled "I Ain't Playing Around" and it ensures the album comes out swinging! "High Time" was written by Trent Willmon, Josh Grider and Ken Johnson and recorded at Stormy Cooper Studios with the talented Lyndon Hughes heading up the production. This song is a heavy hitting, hard driving, "lick that salt, squeeze that lime", working man's anthem and Cooper delivers it with power. Crank this one up folks and sing along....because it's "High Time" this one be heard!
  5. TREY GONZALEZ: Here I am
    Trey Gonzalez is a country music singer from San Antonio, Texas. Trey began his career as a Texas Country Singer in June of 2016 while attending College. He started off performing in various bars, open mics, and school events; For about a year and a half Trey harnessed his craft as vocalist, guitarist, and entertainer. Trey's rich tone combined with Texas Country influence gives a modern country feel with a classic twist. In 2017 Trey entered into the studio to begin recording his first EP and was able to finally pull together local musicians to form his own band. Trey's Debut Album,The Journey, showcases the young artist writing ability as a singer-songwriter. Trey self produced the debut EP in San Antonio, Texas while finishing up his Batchelor's of Arts at St. Mary's University. The EP takes you on a story about love and heartbreak with 8 original tracks that Trey wrote himself
  6. JARON BELL (feat. AUSTIN ALLSUP): Missin´ you
    From right in the center of the state, Clyde, Texas was where Singer- Songwriter Jaron Bell started his career. Jaron currently makes his home base in Salina, Kansas. Blending a style of traditional Texas/Red Dirt Country, with some R&B vocal stylings, Jaron Bell Live is unlike anything you have ever seen before! With 3x Top 50 Texas Music Charting singles to his credit, Jaron has had success that most regional acts dream of achieving. Playing all over the Southern and Midwestern United States, he has had the chance to share the stage with amazing artist such as The Randy Rogers Band, Wade Bowen, Casey Donahew, Stoney LaRue, Cody Johnson, Blake Shelton, Craig Morgan, Aaron Watson, Kevin Fowler, Mike Ryan, Sam Riggs, Eli Young Band, and many many other artists
  7. ROB DIXON: Country music´s gone to st (radio edit)
    I started performing professionally at the age of 14. Moved to Nashville at the age of 23. I worked for J D Sumner and the Stamps Quartet, David Houston, and 2 years with George Jones. Moved to Texas in 1981. I have recorded 3 albums. Built my recording studio in 2000 and recorded and produced numerous Texas acts such as Jake Hooker (4cds), Bob Will's Texas playboys (3cds) and Curtis Potter (2cds), Gary Stewart and several others. I am currently working on my new CD and this is the first release. Country Music's Gone To Shit, A Waylon style comment of todays Nashville music
  8. RANDY OVERTON: Waitin´ for the other shoe to fall
    Written and Produced by Lonnie Williams
  9. JAMES GARLAND: Tailgate for two
    Grew up in the small town of Coldspring, Texas and currently in Spring, Texas. Unique style of country music as well as a very unique style of writing. Music ranges from the traditional country music we all know and love all the way to Outlaw country that reminds us not to back down and stand your ground
  10. CODY RHODES: She wants me to stay (stay gone)
    Nick of Time-The EP? may have been cut in three days, however it was over twenty years of living and learning that made this possible. When we play gigs, we play mostly cover songs by popular artists whom I admire. At the same time, I was always dreaming about what a record with my name on it would sound like. How would I take all of the music I have been influenced by and be proud to say, this is what Cody Rhodes? music sounds like. It is with a great amount of pride, that I am able to bring to you ?Nick of Time-The EP.? For the first time, I am honestly able to say, this is what Cody Rhodes? music sounds like. I only wrote one of the songs on the record, however the sound, attitude, and emotion are all a piece of who I am. I truly hope you enjoy listening to this record as much as I did making it. Like I stated at the beginning, the map is still being written
  11. BRANDON MICHAEL: Wait´s for you
    Hello! I'm Brandon Michael! I am 21 years old and I am a country music artist from Seguin, Tx. I discovered my love for music when I was 16 years old and ever since then It has been my passion! My favorite artists consist of Cody Johnson and Chris Young. Check out my brand new singles ?Train Wreck? and ?Waits For You? I love to write and create a story that people can relate to! No amount of money can buy the feeling of someone connecting to your own piece of art! One thing you will always hear me say is, "it doesn't matter whether there are 5 or 5000 people in the crowd, I am going to give my all every time!"
  12. JESSE STRATTON BAND: Dance with me
    Born and raised in the Texas Hill Country, Jesse Stratton is a true and deep-rooted Texas Country artist who plays music chock-full of truth and raw emotion. Jesse's relevant and gripping songs display and showcase the multi-talented musicians who make up the Jesse Stratton Band. Their latest CD 'Traction' is a heartfelt compilation of Jesse's original tunes paired with the ultra-gripping instrumental stylings of Tony Garossino, Danny Pitt, and Kenny Martinez. This is the band's junior album, and, although lyrically-driven, the instrumental attributions are in full swing. This album displays Stratton's songwriting growth as well as his unique ability to intrigue and relate to the audience
  13. CHAD COOKE BAND: Whatever it takes
    Whatever It Takes" tells the story of a love that hinges on the passions of a man willing to do anything for the woman he?s long admired. Following the success of their hit single ?Oil Man? which saw widespread popularity seemingly overnight, and has since been viewed six million times on the band?s combined social media accounts, the Houston, TX based quartet hopes to achieve greater heights with their sophomore album release Risk it All which underscores the narrative of a band willing to lay it all on the line
  14. HUSER BROTHER BAND: Highway
    With a solid mix of Country Gold, and some fresh original music the Huser Brother Band is a Central Texas favorite. The band's lineup includes: Josh Huser, 21, on lead vocals and guitar, his brother Zach Huser, 19, on drums and background vocals, Mason Hays, 25, on lead guitar, and his brother Dalton Hays, 21, on bass. Don't let their ages fool you, these small town boys pack a big sound and some great talent. You can expect to see big things in their future
  15. AARON COPELAND: Drunk as hell
    Growing up in the small town of Corsicana, Texas, Aaron quickly picked up music from his father, who played proficient piano, and rhythm guitar in local country bands. At eight years old Aaron started learning piano, and also took up the guitar. He won his first talent contest when he was thirteen years old. After graduating high school he hit the road, playing venues and dance halls across the country, and has never looked back. His talent and drive soon landed him a spot with the Texas top draw "The Casey Donahew Band". After backing, and writing with Donahew for 6 years, Aaron felt it was time to chase his own musical dreams. Now traveling with his own band, Aaron has continued to burn up the highways. His original written, 3rd radio single "Drunk As Hell" is available for streams & downloads 9/14/2018
  16. JASON HERRIN: Wrapped up
    Life Philosophy: Live, Love, Learn and Leave a good soundtrack? Nothing could more accurately depict the adventurous, carefree spirit of singer-songwriter Jason Herrin, from the small town of Waxahachie, Tx. With a mix of southern rock, country, and folk, Jason Herrin goes great with any live music venue, whether he is acoustic or full band. Singer/Songwriter Jason Herrin has been performing and writing songs for over 20yrs, starting in his teen years swapping songs with friends, leading up to the struggles of making a name for himself. Jason is Influenced by artists such as Todd Snider, Mike McClure, Drive by Truckers, and Ryan Adams as well as the the likes of Merle Haggard, Johnny Cash, Tom Petty, an Lynrd Skynrd
  17. BOB MAULDIN: Van Zandt County line
    Bob Mauldin is probably best known as the host of the popular Texas travel series, Expedition Texas. Even before Bob made a name for himself on TV, he was writing songs. In 2008, Bob released the single "Redneck Rebel" due to the response it received at his shows. The song was played on Texas Country stations all over the state. In 2011 he teamed with Texas legend Billy Joe Shaver for a cover of Shaver's "Ride Me Down Easy." After stepping away from music for a while to host and produce Expedition Texas, Bob is back with a long overdue single release of is 2011 hit Van Zandt County Line
  18. VINCE HATFIELD: Rainy days and Mondays
    Written by Roger S. Nichols-ASCAP, Paul H. Williams-BMI

  
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PRESTON SCOTT
Sold on you (EP)
Preston Scott is a very dynamic singer/songwriter & producer from Midlothian, Texas. With a catalog of original music, ranging from country/ southern rock, to soulful blues/ americana. There is sure to be something for everyone to enjoy from this blossoming young, Texas artist. From countless dive bars & restaurants, to multiple festival main stage gigs, this is one artist to have certainly put in the time to entertain folks from all walks of life. Easily relatable lyrics, combined with a truly unique blend of southern, soulful, blues music, make for easy listening! Produced by Bart Rose & Preston Scott at Fort Worth Sound (Fort Worth, TX). Musicians: Preston Scott (Vocals, Backing Vocals, Acoustic Guitar), Christian Dorn (Drums), Clay Willis (Electric Guitar, Lead Guitar), Ruben Salazar (Bass), Drew Harakal (Organ), Jerry Reynolds (Fiddle)

  
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
Liva Music Compilation, Sept-Oct 2018 (A)
  1. SEVEN LOONS: Love found me
  2. SEVEN LOONS: Got a restless heart
    http://sevenloons.ch/
  3. ANDY MARTIN: Kentucky on my mind
    http://www.andymartin.ch/
  4. MIKE FAHEY: (Let´s have a) Heart to heart talk
  5. MIKE FAHEY: I always get lucky with you
    http://www.mikefahey.com/
  6. FRASER NEWCOMBE: Country music
    https://www.reverbnation.com/frasernewcombeandthedowneasttrio

  
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JULIE RICHARDSON
  1. How´s the world treating you (with Marty Dunn)
  2. Don´t close your eyes

CENTURY II IS PROUD TO OFFER THIS RELEASE OF THE GREAT SONG, “HOW’S THE WORLD TREATING YOU” BY 2 OF OUR VERY BEST ARTISTS Marty Dunn and Julie Richardson. Both have earned the top spot on the IndieWorld Chart and we hope you will give this song airplay to get there too. Without Indie DJ’s there is no use to record because no one would ever hear the songs, so we realize how important you are to this industry and we thank you so much.

  
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ROSE ANGELICA
Here comes my baby back again
Century II is very proud to announce the release of Rose Angelica’s second Century II release. Rose has spent her life immersed in music. She is an accomplished musician, singer and songwriter. Her last release “Saturday Night is Girls’ Night Out” which she wrote and sang as a duet with Century II artist Donna Cunningham, just went platinum with over 2,000,000 downloads ! Rose was also just awarded the FEMALE TRADITIONAL CLASSIC COUNTRY ENTERTAINER OF THE YEAR at the 2018 Josie Awards ! We are very pleased with Rose’s performance of this Dottie West hit song, and hope that DJ’s and listeners worldwide will agree that her recording truly deserves airplay…

  
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KATHY CRINION
Wouldn´t change a thing (S)
Hi Folks, As I write this, Kathy Crinion is somewhere over the Atlantic on her way to Nashville again to write and perform with some of the best folks in Music City. Kathy's performance at The Bluebird Cafe last visit prompted invitations from writers such as Pat Alger and Wood Newton to return and bring her amazing vocal and writing talents to the stages of Nashville once again.So in celebration of this event, I attach a somewhat rare item. A song co written by Kathy with Eurovision winner Charlie McGettigan some years back titled "Wouldn't Change a Thing".Indeed Charlie is to be heard on guitar and backing vocals on this track .Kathy's next single will be out in a matter of weeks and her new album will of course contain writings from this trip and is hotly anticipated. So meanwhile enjoy one of Ireland's great vocalists alongside one of our National treasures Mr McGettigan

  
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LINDSAY WADDINGTON
Nullarbor (S)
Lindsay Waddington has been part of the Country Music Industry for over 30 years. Over this time he has toured, performed, produced, recorded and entertained worldwide countless times.

15 years ago in 2003, Lindsay took on the role of 'Recording Artist' and released his debut instrumental album. Since then he has received many accolades and achievements in numerous awards and presentations.

Lindsay's new release "Nullarbor" is the first single and titled track from his 9th studio album

  
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RUSSELL LYNCH
Blue moon on the horizon (S)
Hello. This is Russell Lynch. I'm excited to share with you that I was recently awarded Entertainer of the Year in the Outlaw Country category at the 2018 Josie Music Awards held on September 8th at Dollywood in Pigeon Forge TN. I would also like to inform you that I will be releasing two brand new songs in the fall. I haven't set a release date yet but it will be soon and the songs will be sent out. I've attached 2 of my current songs that some of you may already have in rotation. If you haven't already, please give these songs consideration. They are Blue Moon on the Horizon and Outlaw country's Comin Back

    
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LINDA LEE
You´re a lesson I´ve already learned (S)
Writers: Jim Carter & Sherri Stapleton

      Country
Datum: 2018-09-19
Label: True North Recordings

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JONNY TAYLOR
Amsterdam breakfast (S)
Just like Jonny Taylor - his new single, "Amsterdam Breakfast" - is full of mystery and intrigue. His impressively rich & masculine vocal shines through, while the haunting production from Jared Adlam, creates one of the most atmospheric and thought provoking songs in a long while. The reimagined version of the James Blundell song came about after Jonny's label invited him to be part of the compilation album, "30 Years of Pride - A Tribute to James Blundell". Jonny jumped at the chance to record "Amsterdam Breakfast" in his own unique way.

"I've been a fan of James Blundell's song writing for a long time. To record my version of this song - so vastly differently to the original, and to have James himself sign off on it - really means a lot", says Jonny. "I just love this song, and my label and I loved the cut so much that we decided to also release it on my album, "Dig Deep". One of my favourite songs of all time, by one of my favourite songwriters."

      Country
Datum: 2018-09-19
Label:

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ERIK KOSKINEN
Crusing Paradise (A)
Erik Koskinen is a Minnesota-based singer and songwriter. The Minneapolis Star Tribune calls him “the real deal” and “the best country songwriter in Minnesota.” The release of Koskinen’s EP, Cruising Paradise, coincides with Black Friday—Record Store Day, November 24, 2017.

The EP includes six songs, “Broke Down,” “Free Man,” “On Christmas Day,” Red Dress Girl,” “Big Machine,” and “Cruising Paradise the Long Way Around.” All songs were mixed and mastered at Real-Phonic Studios, except “Red Dress Girl,” which was recorded at Master Mix by Tom Garneau.

Garneau also recorded “Broke Down” at Real-Phonic Studios. Michael Rossetto added musical direction to “Free Man.” Guitarists Mike LeBeau and Paul Bergen, bassist Steve Garrington, and drummer JT Bates assist on “Broke Down.” “Red Dress Girl” features Frankie Lee on organ, Liz Draper on upright bass, and Jeremy Johnson on drums. Otherwise Erik Koskinen performs all music.

About his inspiration for the new EP, Koskinen shared, “I’ve been working on all kinds of projects the past few years and have written a lot of new songs. But these six seemed to have a thread all the way through, a story from song one to song six.” The title, he said, was an homage to Sam Shepard, the actor and writer who died earlier this year. “Shepard’s death is a significant loss to me. This has been a year where we’ve lost giants. Pioneers in literature and music are gone. Who’s gonna step up and fill the vacuum?”

  
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PETER JORDAN
Not sometime (count-re-mix) (S)
Hello! We are proud to send a brandnew song before release at CD Peter Jordan: „Not sometime“ (Count-Re-Mix) – for OctoberParties too! Thanks so much for your really great support and have another happy day! Best wishes, Team of WIR

  
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HEATHER WHITNEY
What part of life (S)
Singer-Songwriter, Heather Whitney comes from an itty-bitty, one-red-light town deep in the pines of Southeast Texas, where the mosquitoes are big, but Heather's love for music is bigger! She released her critically-acclaimed debut album, “Moving On;” her music video for “Shut Up and Dance” that was chosen as a Jersey Shore Film Festival and Indie Best Films Festival Selection; and she has received nominations for multiple industry awards, including the Josie Music Awards, and the KICMA Awards.

Heather Whitney has released her brand new single, “What Part of Life" The self-penned track was produced in Nashville, by Buddy Hyatt (Randy Travis, Jo Dee Messina). The single debuted on the New Music Weekly country charts at #71, as the second most-added track for the week

  
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
Diamondback Records - #27 September 2018 (A)
  1.  ALLEN KARL: I can´t keep my hands off you
    A heartfelt love song, sung with so much feeling by this very popular independent artist!
  2.  REX ALLEN Jr & SARA LOU: You are the one of my dreams
    Western music has a new and dynamic duo, and a song with a real western flavor
  3.  DENNIS BLAIR: From the bar room floor
    The view from the bar room floor is all too familiar... yeah, he’s been there before
  4.  BRYAN CHALKER: I got stripes
    Our Limey friend has delved into his archive for an 18th century Scottish folk song, generally associated with Johnny Cash; also known as “On A Monday” & part of folklorist Alan Lomax’ collection of field recordings
  5.  THE LONG & SHORT OF IT: When I´m gone
    David & Patsy bring us great songs every time; this is no exception
  6.  JULIE RICHARDSON: Don´t close your eyes
    A very beautiful rendition of a cover song, originally sung by Keith Whitley & Lorrie Morgan
  7.  MITCH SNOW: Good friends
    The team of Gaylon Embrey & MItch never fail to come up with memorable songs like this one
  8.  DARREN & SARA LOU OLIVER: My rifle, pony and me
    The cowboy sings a western ballad (with an assist from Sara Lou). First recorded by Dean Martin & Ricky Nelson from the movie Rio Bravo! Album: Just Stay/Sara Lou & The Cowboy
  9.  DENNIS BLAIR: Starting tomorrow
    A thought provoking song of addiction, depicting the good intentions of one who knows what’s needed but can’t quite make the commitment today; but starting tomorrow..........!
  10.  CAROL MARKSTROM: Bandida
    Oh Bandida: She was born in Mexico, the daughter of a highway man! You’ll love the story
  11.  WENDY FORD: Out there on the plains
    The Aussie thrush with the golden voice... here’s another intriguing story song!
  12.  PETER TRENHOLM with GEORGE LONGARD: Irma Jackson
    Peter hosts The Gospel Trail Show at 9:00AM Sundays in Amherst, Nova Scotia, heard in 90 countries: CFTA 107.9 or www.cftafm.com & invites you to tune in
  13.  BETTY OVERSTREET: Dreams don´t always happen
    At an early age, Betty dreamed of being a country star, then she learned to live for God, writing gospel songs; she knows that God gave her a wonderful Christian husband who encourages her to keep on singing
  14.  HEARTS IN HARMONY: I just knew it
    It didn’t take long to know that they both had found someone special at the dance hall
  15.  DOLLY DUNN: Nobody´s child
    The heart wrenching words of a sad orphan boy: “No mummy’s kisses & no daddy’s smiles; nobody wants me, I’m nobody’s child”
  16.  GLENN ERICKSON: Rest yer´ bones
    When ya’ need a little lovin’ an’ some comfort of your own, rest yer bones! Rest yer bones!

  
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PAT GARRETT
Fire one up for Willie (S)
Hello DJs, Here's a GREAT song by Pat Garrett "FIRE ONE UP FOR WILLIE". ""Who writes a better song than Willie Nelson ?? So when we wrote this song about him, I decided to just use his song titles, 13 of them, or is it 14 ? Maybe your listeners can figure it out."" Writer: Pat Garrett & Suzy Dalton

  
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BOBBY MACKEY
Drinkin´ my coffee black (S)
Bobby Mackey has always stayed true to his musical roots with influences such as, Hank Williams, Merle Haggard, George Jones, Buck Owens, Conway Twitty and Johnny Paycheck. Mackey's music is a tribute to these artists using his own unique vocal style. Mackey feels right at home performing live and has done so at Bobby Mackey's Music World in Wilder, Kentucky where he has appeared as the headliner along with his band for the last 40 years. Some say the nightclub is haunted.. the full story can be read here. Lucille is a new single from Bobby Mackey that was originally recorded by Kenny Rogers and written by Roger Bowling & Hal Bynum

  
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
Songsmith Social Mixtape (A)
  1. AMANDA SHIRES: White feather
  2. TOMMY EMMANUEL: Wheelin´ and dealin´ (featuring J.D Simo & Charlie)
  3. MARY GAUTHIER: Bullet holes in the skt
  4. IAN NOE: Off this mountaintop
  5. ERIK KOSKINEN: Big plane
  6. PERT NEAR SANDSTONE: Needle and threed (live)
  7. THEM COULEE BOYS: Pray you don´t get lonely

  
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
CRS vol.210 (A)
  1. DON ALLEN: You can´t take that away from me
    YOU CAN’T TAKE THAT AWAY FROM ME is a song written by prolific New Zealand songwriter GINNY PETERS. Don came across the song through Facebook. Ginny posted on her Facebook page about a new song that she had written – believing it would be a hit. Don had a listen and immediately thought the same and simply had to record a version. A great traditional country music ballad for the listeners to waltz to with their loves
  2. BRENDAN SMOOTHER: Gypsy girl
    BRENDAN SMOOTHER has made a mark for himself over the past few years as a storytelling songwriter with styles including Australiana, Bush Ballad and Alt-Country releases. Also right at home in penning bluesy country rock, GYPSY GIRL is BRENDAN SMOOTHER’S first single since the release of his highly anticipated debut album, IN THE MEANTIME. A story of “Imaginary Infidelity” at a local “Faithful Cafe”. It’s a driving song with punch from the rhythm section and ear catching hooks from the B-bender Telecaster all under the masterful production of MICHAEL CARPENTER at Love Hz Studio Sydney. Already picked out from the album by many broadcasters as a standout track
  3. BECKY DENTON: Two bags, one beach
    My new single is about two of the best things in life: 1) Being with the one you love 2) Being with the one you love...at the beach!
  4. TONY COOK: Life´s lessons
    TONY COOK’s new single tells a tale of an old ringer (stockman) giving some advice about the things he’s learnt in life. Penned after a chance meeting Tony gives a remarkable insight into the mindset of our beloved outback heroes and the heart of a good man’s soul. Produced by MATT FELL who immediately commented on the vocal saying it sounded like Van Morrison. Others have commented about how the song has a bluesy soul feel to it. Needless to say, LIFE’S LESSONS is a tune we humbly feel sends a warm and heartfelt message and is worth a listen
  5. TOM CURTAIN: Where the pinedan meets the ocean
    WHERE THE PINDAN MEETS THE OCEAN is a true story about a lady who owns and operates a cattle station in the Kimberley Region of Western Australia. With two young kids, a house she built herself from mudbricks and a small herd of cattle, Janice Bell of Barnhill Station saw an opportunity to diversify and build a caravan park on the red pindan soils overlooking the majestic Indian Ocean. The song depicts her courage and determination to overcome the hardships of isolation, raising a young family, running a cattle station, limited power, water or phone service, and building a caravan park, which today is one of the most sought-after tourist destinations in the Kimberley Region
  6. LINDSAY WADDINGTON: Nullabor
    In 2019, LINDSAY WADDINGTON will have been part of the Country Music Industry for 30 years. During this time he has toured, performed, produced, recorded and entertained worldwide countless times. 15 years ago in 2003, Lindsay took on the role of 'Recording Artist' and released his debut instrumental album. Since then he has received many accolades and achievements in numerous awards and presentations. Lindsay's new release NULLARBOR is the first single and titled track from his 9th album which will be released over the next few months
  7. BAND OF MATES: Sons of Australia
    The " BAND OF MATES " are three great mates, TERRY BENNETTS, EVAN PLATSCHINDA and GINGER COX, who have been performing and recording individually for many years. They teamed up as a band for the first time to perform at the Boyup Brook CM Festival in 2012. Terry is a multi-award-winning singer/songwriter/guitarist and dual Golden Guitar finalist from Kallaroo WA. Evan is a recording artist and touring entertainer, known as "The Gippsland Balladeer" from Victoria. Ginger also an award-winning artist and recognised in The Hands of Fame, known as "The Kimberley Guitar Man" from Broome WA. SONS OF AUSTRALIA has been written by the band about the parts of Australia they each grew up in and are special to each of them
  8. MOLLY MILLINGTON: Redline
    Dark, powerful and gritty, REDLINE is a new single by MOLLY MILLINGTON exploring the consequences of crossing the line. Molly Millington is a prolific singer songwriter fusing country and folk with a little quirky pop to create dark but playful tunes
  9. THE LONG AND SHORT OF IT: When I´m gone<</B>
    THE LONG AND SHORT OF IT are an ARIA charting, multi-award-winning duo from Melbourne, whose superb harmonies have been described as “honey-coated chocolate”. WHEN I’M GONE is the latest single release from their ARIA charting album, THE NIGHT OF OUR LIFE. Rather than lament the loss of a loved one, this song sends an inspirational message to future generations to embrace and live a virtuous life. The singles released from their latest album have had major charting success with three releases, KANGAROO RODEO, GYPSY WHITEMOON, and DON’T BAIT MY HOOK hitting #1 smash hit position in the Country Songs Top 40 Australian Airplay Chart. Awards include: Gold Media Medallion Award for New Talent of the Year (2015); SCALA/FOOM winners open/audio division (2015) for their song, YOU MADE ME STRONGER, described as “a brilliant masterpiece”; MusicOz finalist for best singer/songwriter (2016); TICMA (Tas) Most Popular Duo 2016; Southern Star Awards (2016) Best Duo; ICMA (Tamworth-2017) Most Popular Duo. ICMA most popular duo finalist 2018; People’s Choice Awards Finalists for best duo, and video 2018, Gold Media Medallion Awards finalists for Best duo/Group 2018
  10. CHRIS CALLAGHAN: One true loveCHRIS CALLAGHAN is a singer, songwriter and entertainer, with an extensive and successful history in the Australian country music scene. He has performed to a wide range of audiences, both nationally and internationally, delivering musical versatility with an easy listening voice and a down to earth sense of humour. “The inspiration for ONE TRUE LOVE, came to me in a caravan park in Alpha Queensland when I had to face the reality that I may have to take another job to help cover the travel costs of being a touring country singer. Just the thought of having to do that made me feel that I was being unfaithful to the music. Also, my passion for music had on occasions been viewed as “The other woman” in my previous relationships. It made me realise that music requires serious commitment and dedication, as does a relationship between two people, and so it continues to carry me through to this day what is, has been, an amazing journey.”
  11. PATRICE LARKIN (feat. REBECCA BARNARD): A mother weeps
    “I have been playing piano since the age of 4, attended the Conservatorium Of Music, Melbourne University, at age 18 and taught piano for several years in my 30s. The past 13 years I have owned and worked a country General Store/ Post Office and, until 9 years ago, hadn’t played for many years. It was then that I lost my only child, Gabby. She died, at the age of 16, from an extremely rare cancer. Since then I suddenly started writing songs and found the piano a way of releasing my grief. The very 1st song I wrote after losing Gabby was A MOTHER WEEPS. It took about 6 weeks, writing a few lines each week. After that all the other songs I wrote just flowed with a variety of different songs as the years passed. The song A MOTHER WEEPS, is both a DVD and CD. We filmed the recording of it in the studio by REBECCA BARNARD and the musicians (MODELS SUPER ORCHESTRA), 5 of which were Aria Hall Of Fame Members. It is available to purchase through my website, by email at or by calling 03 57240701”.
  12. CRAIG LAMOND: One on the up
    Craig is a hard-working tradie, a family man and a self-taught singer/songwriter from Queensland. With strong country, folk and Australiana influences his debut album, ONE ON THE UP, is a journal of his life to date. The title track, ONE ON THE UP, takes you back to the 1940s in the mountains south of Sydney. "The song is about my Grandmother's childhood growing up at a place called Dombarton. Her father 'Poppa' worked the railway and was often heard yelling 'One on the up' when the trains steamed through."
  13. TRINITY WOODHOUSE: Me and Sandy
    TRINITY WOODHOUSE is a young singer/songwriter/guitarist from the Hunter area in NSW. A graduate of the 2017 CMAA Junior Country Music Academy, she is mentored by LYN BOWTELL and has co-written with the likes of Allan Caswell, David Carter and Roger Corbett. She found a joy in song writing as a release for life’s challenges thus far. ME AND SANDY is a collaboration between Trinity and ALLAN CASWELL, written at the Junior Country Music Academy. The song is about her best friend and was something she struggled to talk about for a long time so, with Allan’s guidance, she put into song what she had been struggling to say. A very personal and heartfelt song for Trinity and shows her connection to her country roots
  14. STEPHEN BRADY: Like I used to do
    STEPHEN, from BRADY, STEWART, GREEN & YOUNG, recorded a solo album, ADRIFT, on which he was joined by several friends and proud to include contributions from the likes of BILL CHAMBERS, STUIE FRENCH, DAVE ELLIS, DOUG GALLACHER, KEVIN BENNETT, GARY STEELE, CHRIS HAIGH, MICK ALBECK, JIM CONWAY, JIM HOKE, WANDA VICK, HARRY STINSON, ANDY LEFTWICH, JENNY MARIE LANG, VICTORIA BAILLIE, BARBARA BAILLIE, KAREN O’SHEA, BEC WILLIS and CHRISTINE WHEELER. On LIKE I USED TO DO, written by PAT ALGER and TIM O’BRIEN, Stephen is joined, on harmony, by KAREN O’SHEA. Featuring CHRISTINE WHEELER on Flute and JIM HOKE on Autoharp, the song details a man’s reflections on his youthful, wild past and the lifestyle changes that he has made during the maturation of his relationship with his soulmate

  
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RON & DALLENA THOMPSON
  1. Tears on the Mountain
  2. On the wrong side of the cross

Writter by James Ronald Thompson.

Songwriter/artist Ron Thompson is a real world Tennessee hillbilly who grew up in East Tennessee and obtained a degree in Electrical/Electronics engineering. Ron studied piano as a child and taught himself to play rhythm and lead guitar. He also plays harmonica, bass guitar, and electronic keyboard. Ron sings vivid and clear lyrics about real life and real world events.

Verda Dallena Hess Thompson was born in Arkansas and went to high school at Vallaint, Ok. She is totally deaf without her hearing aids in

  
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LACY JAY SYLER
Down in the mine (S)
This one is for all the miners around the world. My Dad was a coal miner and i went down in the mines a few times with him when i was just a lad. I never saw anything so scary and my heart goes out to these brave men. Hope you will share it with them

  
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
Essentials of Americana (A)
There’s no better way to celebrate Americana Music Month than with this Yep Roc Essentials of Americana sampler, featuring some of the brightest Americana performers of our time. On this collection you’ll find songs from legacy names like Nick Lowe, Alejandro Escovedo, Dave Alvin & Jimmie Dale Gilmore, and Tony Joe White alongside modern Americana luminaries like Dawn Landes and Amy Helm. With a refreshing variety of folk, country, and bluegrass, these tracks are truly essential listening for Americana fans.
  1. ALEJANDRO ESCOVEDO: Something blue
  2. AMY HELM: Heaven´s holding me
  3. TONY JOE WHITE: Bad mouthin´
  4. DAWN LANDES: Traveling
  5. NICK LOWE: Tokyo bay
  6. DAVE ALWIN & JIMMIE DALE GILMORE: Downey to Lubbock
  7. KIM RICHEY: Pin a rose
  8. GRANT-LEE PHILLIPS: Miss Betsy
  9. JOSH ROUSE: I´m your man

  
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CHANCE GARDNER
Americana Soul (A)
International Recording Artist Chance Gardner weaves real-life stories,acoustic fingerstyle guitar,saxophone and flute into a rich tapestry called AMERICANA Soul Chance Gardner is a 6-time HMA (Hawaii Music Awards) winner 'Best CD of the Year' in Rock, Blues and Folk categories. Chance's fingerstyle guitar playing has been described as "sounds like three guitars" and his voice "like gravel in a silk bag".

Chance Gardner will entertain you with heartfelt stories and songs that will thrill you to the bone from his new CD 'Americana Soul'. Also featured on over 66,000 TouchTunes Jukeboxes in Europe, North America, Puert Rico and Mexico!

  
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MADELYN VICTORIA
Right here with you (S)
Madelyn Victoria's debut single release, "He Only Loves Me on the Dance Floor" reached #1 on the national country AM/FM chart, New Music Weekly, making it one of the biggest debut singles of 2016. The self-penned song won an Akademia Award for Best Country Song in April 2016, earning her numerous other award nominations and a spot on the CMT.com Top 50 Most Popular Artists chart. The video for "He Only Loves Me" reached the Yallwire.com Top 5 Most Watched Videos chart, while her youtube cover of George Strait's "Amarillo By Morning" received over 100,000 views in just 2 days, after being featured on Country Rebel's website.

Now, Madelyn returns with her first new music since the release of her self-titled debut album in 2014. "Right Here With You" was written by Madelyn and engineered by Benjamin Levy at The Compound Recording Studio in Austin, TX. The track was produced by Madelyn, her brother, Albert Vallejo, and Ken Tondre, owner of the Compound. "Right Here With You" will be available via MTS Records, on all major digital download and streaming platforms. A music video release is being planned for fall release.

  
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
CD Tex (A)
  1. JAKE BUSH: If these walls could talk
    Every songwriter draws from personal experiences to write their songs. Then once in awhile a songwriter reaches in real deep and pulls their entire heart out and puts it on paper and then records it for all of us to see and hear. This is that song from Jake. I can't put into words what this song is about better than Jake can....so I will let you all read his words, take time to listen to the song, there you will find a large part of Jake's heart and all the emotion that goes with it. "On August 19, 2017 I knew my Nanny was fading quickly. She left us on August 20, 2017 and met her maker. To honor her, I wrote ?If These Walls Could Talk?. This song is my attempt to give you insight into how much a small 1700 sq foot house, that has been in my family for over 50 years, has meant to me and my family. I grew up in the same house and every major event in my life happened in that house. It has been the staple of my family. This song is the most personal song I have ever released."
  2. GARRETT FORD: Woke up in Waco
    Good intentions, bad decisions, low on gas and high on the weekend. We've all ran our gears a little too fast in our 20's; wild and young with rubber bones, chasing things that seem to run a little faster than ourselves. Hill Country crooner, Garrett Ford, describes just that in his single "Woke Up In Waco". It's the ballad of an alright guy, trying to do right and figure out his life, but just can't quite let go of his beloved Saturday nights. Based on a true story, Ford uses the names of various Texas landscapes and towns to connect with the listeners
  3. FELIX TRUVERE: Fake it till I make it
    Felix Truvere is a songwriter and performer from San Antonio, TX. Felix was a High School Band Director in the late 90s, a Bank Trainer in the 2000s, and currently writes and performs his songs full-time for the last 8 years. He is influenced by traditional songwriters as Dean Dillon and Gary Stewart, and produces his studio recordings in a wide-range of traditional and modern country dance styles
  4. DREW MORELAND: God & cash
    Born on January 12th, 1984 in San Antonio, TX, Drew Moreland was raised in a city with many converging cultures. Despite growing up in what is now the 7th largest city in the United States, Drew's life was grounded by his parents who both came from a small farming community. From an early age, he enjoyed listening to music and playing it came naturally. Drew currently resides in Marion, TX Drew Moreland and the Neon Hustle got its start in the spring of 2016 as a songwriting project between Drew and his brother-in-law Garland (Lee) Wenner. At the time, there were no intentions to actually start a band. It wasn?t until Drew was invited to play country music at a summer event that a band materialized to play some of the songs they had written. Drew's self titled debut album was recorded in the single-wide trailer where he lives with his family in Marion, TX. This project has a darker/ grittier tone and covers some more serious subject matter than previously released singles
  5. MIKE DONNELL: With you
    While putting his love for music on hold and protecting Americas freedom, born and raised in Houston, TX, Mike joined the Marines straight out of high school in 2002. Music had always been his passion but it wasn?t until he found a guitar in a house taken over by U.S forces in Iraq that he really started to develop his skills. Since then Mike- Aka ?Sgt Donnell? has gone from pickin? and singing with his Marine buddies overseas, to selling out Venues and charting on national radio. His music is full of passion, grit, and real life experiences. Along with the vocal ability to raise the hair on your arms, his performance is high energy and always a good time
  6. COWBOY TROY: Beer bubbles
    The Hick Hop innovator has returned from Saloons on Neptune (released Dec 2015) and has delivered Laugh With Me (May 2018). This is the latest chapter in the saga of the futuristic sounds of hick hop and country rap, as well as his take on Texana/Americana. Cowboy Troy initially rapped his way into the country mainstream on the first track of Big & Rich's 2004 debut Horse Of A Different Color. And while his admonition to "let go of all your preconceived notions" certainly wasn't the first time elements of rap had been incorporated into country, it was the boldest statement yet. In 2009, Troy became the face and voice of the Cowboy Stomp anthem video for the Dallas Cowboys of the NFL. Troy?s song Pork Chop was the national theme for the National Pork Board?s month-long Porktober campaign for 2017. Troy is also the face and voice of H-E-B Grocery?s 2018 NFL championship television ad
  7. HONKYTONK SPECIAL: Just go easy with my heart
    When you are Country Music Group from Beaumont Texas,... you've got some BIG Shoes to fill!! Because it's no secret that; in addition to being home to the legendary George Jones, Beaumont also gave rise to the likes of Mark Chesnutt, Tracy Byrd and Clay Walker! If it's true that history repeats itself, then we had better ALL get accustomed to seeing Honkytonk Special at the TOP of the charts very soon! ? They are a FAVORITE "Opening Act" for the likes of Johnny Lee, T.G. Sheppard, The Bellamy Brothers, Joe Nichols, Easton Corbin, Clay Walker, Mark Chesnutt and others! They are considered by many national artists as well as Industry insiders to be "the most promising act on the circuit." One of the things the band is proud of the most, the band is comprised of all veterans. Tracy was Air Force, Kenny was Navy, and Keith was in the Army, while doing 2 tours of duty in Iraq
  8. FRANK RAY: Tequila Mockingbird
    Rolling Stone magazine has named him as one of 10 artists you need to know. This former police officer of 10 years left his full time job to pursue his passion as a country music singer. Leaving behind a stable career, he shares his talent with the world with what he calls the beginning of a Latino Country movement. His solo debut EP, ?Different Kind of Country? was released in July of 2017 and his first single, ?Every Time You Run? broke top 10 of the Texas Country Radio charts and his second single "Drive" hit number 1
  9. SMOKE WAGON: Brooks
    Staying aligned with the signature sound of their first two single releases, "Where Did I Go Wrong" and "Strong Man", Smoke Wagon releases their new single "Brooks"! High energy sound with a blistering fiddle and cranked up guitars! You will love the first single release off of our upcoming EP, "Bad Ride"!
  10. AJ GUEL: Hey stranger
    AJ Guel started his musical journey as a child listening to his grandmother sing hymns in her kitchen in Danevang, Tx. ?She would sing along to cassettes of the church choir as she cooked for the older kids and adults that were working in the cotton fields. Something about the songs and the melodies just drew me in.? Singing and playing instruments seemed to come naturally to AJ as he got into the Jr. High and High School band. His focus moved from brass instruments to the guitar as he graduated and began college at Texas State University. While Living in San Marcos, Texas, AJ immersed himself in the Hill Country music scene as he honed his songwriting and performance craft. If you ask AJ what it is about music that he loves the most he?ll tell you, ?Singing is all about telling a story. I?ve always loved songs that could paint a picture in my head of what the singer was thinking when they were writing. I listen to all types of music but for me, Country music is how I tell my story
  11. MIKE LOVE: Lost highway
    When most people hear the term ?new country artist,? their mind immediately paints a picture. Young. Naïve. Unseasoned. Cheese. Members of the Idol Generation where record deals are obtained by winning a contest and success is measured in YouTube views. That picture couldn?t be further from the truth. Mike Love is a new artist, but one with fifty thousand miles on him. An artist who not only grew up in and around the music industry, but has spent his entire life strapped with a guitar both onstage and in the studio. With a four song EP to his name back in 2002, Mike?s also no stranger to the center stage spotlight. A decade and million miles later, Mike saw it as time to step back into the center of the stage and take the music where he wants it to go
  12. SSESE & NOAH feat. THE BELLAMY BROTHERS: Gambler´s Heart
    Gambler?s Heart? made its national debut on RFD?s The Cowboy Channel during episode 9 of ?Honky Tonk Ranch,? a new reality show featuring the Bellamy Brothers and Jesse & Noah. The song holds a special meaning for the duo, as the Bellamy Brothers are featured on the track. Written by Jesse and Noah Bellamy, ?Gambler?s Heart? represents a conversation between two generations of Bellamy men and provides differing perspectives of the musicians? various encounters during their musical journey
  13. PATRIOT ROAD: Back to me
    If it is the sound of Texas music that you are looking for, there is no need to look any further. Take five guys, three of which are veterans and ask what kind of music do you play? The answer could catch you off guard. ?It?s a country, rock, southern rock, blues sound,? said founding member Dennis Phillips, ?We have such a diverse amount of music to draw from there is always something for everyone
  14. 8 BALL AITKEN: High water
    "8 Ball Aitken blends old world sounds and values with a fresh perspective that has been brought up by a true troubadour from down under." ? Uncle Charley ? KHLB Texas/Red Dirt Radio?s favorite Australian is kicking off his 3-month Texas tour by dropping a new single. 8 Ball?s third release might sound a little different to you with its swampy Texas Blues overtones and background vocals of local songwriter Guthrie Kennard, who also cowrote "High Water". 'Swamp Blues', the new album from 8 Ball, was recorded in the Texas Hill Country town of Wimberly, TX and has been earning high praise from his native home of Australia to his permanent home of Texas

  
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PERLEY CURTIS
Grandpa´s silver dollar (S)
Writer: Lonnie C. Ratliff/Dave Yinger

    Country
Datum: 2018-08-30
Label: Westwood International Records

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BLANDADE ARTISTER
The Cyber Music Sampler 2018 (A)
  1. PAUL M. WILLIAMS: Shenandoah skies
  2. BOBBY G. RICE: Million dollar man
  3. LACEY SNIDER: Mississippi man
  4. ROB KNOWLTON: There´s mothers who´ve cried
  5. BEN STILLWATER & CYNDEE JEAN: You lay so easy on my mind
  6. FRANK ZIMMERMAN: Funny how I miss you
  7. BETTY COLE: Tennessee moon
  8. RAILROAD ROB: Leaving on that train southbound

  
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
Airplay Express August 2018 (A)
  1. JACK GREEN: Forever again
    Performed by Grand 'ole Opry Star and Country Music Legendand written by Award winning songwriter Marian Lee
  2. WILDHORSE: Fall on your knees and pray
    Written by Barbara Blevins / Keith Bradford
  3. BILLY MAC: Do you want some
    Written by Danny Busby & David Dean
  4. CELINE JAQULYNN: Summer winds
    Written by Dennis DiChiaro
  5. MIKE CONTONI: Can´t keep me down
    Written and Performed by Mike Contoni
  6. JACKSON NICKELS: Love song for you
    Written and performed by Jackson Nickels
  7. ROSALIND: Civil war love story
    Drawing on history and her love for music, Americana songstress Rosalind’s newest single “Civil War Love Song” is sure to resonate with listeners. The single is being released by Lamon Records Nashville and will start hitting radio the first of August. Inspired by a letter by Captain Sullivan Ballou, a Civil War soldier, written to his wife a mere two weeks before dying, the song is emotionally charged and deeply touching. The letter itself shows the intense love Captain Ballou had for both his wife and his country, and even though he knew he was likely to die in the war, felt strongly that this fate was still his duty as a soldier. Those that choose to serve their country, and those that they leave behind, know all too well the immeasurable sacrifice they make in order to do so. As Captain Ballou writes, “Sarah my love for you is deathless, it seems to bind me with mighty cables that nothing but Omnipotence could break; and yet my love of Country comes over me like a strong wind and bears me irresistibly on with all these chains to the battlefield.” Rosalind modernly translates, “Dreams of us with our children give me such joy. Please forgive me for the pain. If I am lost in battle, remember- I’ll wait for you when we meet again.” “Rosalind brings a level of sincerity and truth to all she writes,” says Dave Moody, Lamon Records’ Grammy® nominated label president. “And she delivers her tunes with powerful vocal performances.” Having a talent for writing music since the 1990s, Rosalind uses her vocals to bring her music to life. “I hope my audience can connect with the sentiments of love, honor, and duty that this song has,” Rosalind shares. No doubt they will, as she emotionally weaves the tale of this fallen soldier, one that is still relevant and can connect, even today. “Civil War Love Song” is at radio now and will be available everywhere music is sold, including iTunes and Amazon
  8. JOHN McCABE: You can never steal a bible
    Affectionately know as the “Kiwi with the Golden Voice,” John McCabe was born and raised in New Zealand and has been performing to live audiences throughout this country since he was twelve years old. After giving serious thought to expanding his musical horizons, John departed from New Zealand in March of 81 to Canada where he would unknowingly begin one of the most incredible musical adventures that could happen to a young Kiwi finding his way in the world. John quickly gained recognition as a musician/songwriter and singer in Canada and toured extensively, performing on many radio and TV shows. Nashville, Tennessee attracted John’s attention for several years, and throughout his numerous recording sessions there, John established a great working relationship with many of the top recording engineers and publishing houses. John performed along side country greats such as Tom T Hall, Jerry Reed, and Mel Tillis, and has been successful in launching other artists throughout his stay in Canada and the USA, as well as many guest appearances at several large Rodeos. John continues to sharpen his skills at song writing. With the release of John’s self-penned song “You Can Never Steal A Bible.” John has set his sights on becoming a household name in the Country Music Industry
  9. MERCY SHINE: So do I
    With influences ranging from Johnny Cash to Motley Crue, new music from vocal duo Mercy Shine is sure to bring a new and fresh feel to the country-rock scene. Comprised of Jason Clark and Matt Barfield, Mercy Shine is unapologetically honest and true to themselves. “I want audiences to take the idea that having fun and just being yourself with absolutely no reservations or convictions is more than ok,” Matt writes. Jason adds, “I hope they will know that everyone goes through ups, downs, bad times, good times. And that it’s ok to be yourself.” These messages are what shape their rocking, feel-good, new country single debut “So Do I” produced by Grammy® nominated producer Dave Moody. “Jason and Matt have spent years in the rock arena, playing shows and opening for some of the biggest names in the business. We’re excited to bring their country-rock transformation to a whole new audience,” says Moody. Sharing their own stories and experiences gives audiences a chance to connect with Mercy Shine. “Telling a story is most important as it’s a window into the songwriters soul,” Matt shares. Whether it’s having a good time or sharing a sorrow, anyone can relate to their songs and feel like they know the artists a little bit better. “So Do I” releases to radio in August and is available everywhere great music is sold, including iTunes and Amazon

  
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BEN RANSOM (feat. SHARON O´NEILL)
Young years (S)
For rising star, Ben Ransom, the Dragon classic "Young Years" holds a special place in his heart. His Mum - who sadly passed away from brain cancer - was looked after by the same palliative care nurse who took care of Marc Hunter in his final days.

Ben's version made it's way to the song's co-writer - Sharon O'Neill. A superstar in her own right, Sharon loved the sentiment and emotion behind Ben's recording that she immediately jumped at the suggestion to record it as a duet - and as a way to honour his Mum and her friend, the late Marc Hunter.

"It was a surreal and amazing experience to have the actual songwriters perform this with me and to do so on the eve of the 30th anniversary of the Dragon recording", said Ben. "A truly special moment where the planets aligned and allowed me to share my take on this classic song with some of the legends in the business".

Ben Ransom is an exiting singer songwriter from Sydney who's acclaimed new album, "101", has been gathering momentum since it's release in January 2018.

Sharon O'Neill is an 80's music legend thanks to hits such as "Maxine" and "Physical Favours". She was inducted into the New Zealand Music Hall of Fame in 2017

      Country
Datum: 2018-08-28
Label: Red Rebel Music

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MARTIN NILSSON
Du och en countrysång (S)
Den 14 september släpper Martin Nilsson uppföljarsingeln till ”Lone Ranger” som kom i våras. Den nya singeln heter ”Du och en countrysång” och är en uptempodänga i en modern prodd som passar både dans- och countrypubliken.

För sexton år sedan vände livet för långtradarchaffisen Martin Nilsson. En andraplacering i Fame Factory gjorde att Bert Karlsson fick upp ögonen för denne begåvade sångartist med countrymusiken som klistrad vid hjärteroten. Den musikstilen har legat tryggt förvarad där ända sedan sexårsåldern, då han skrev beundrarbrev till Hasse Andersson och frankt förklarade att han skulle bli countryartist som sin idol när han blev stor. Drömmen infriades och Martin lirade under många år mellan 100- till 150 jobb om året. För ett par år sedan blev han kontaktad av Donnez som behövde ha en vikarie för Donald i bandet som hade halsproblem. Ett jobb som Martin hoppade och som sedan renderade i att han blev fast medlem i bandet. Efter ett tag i Donnez och det otroligt digra turnerandet bandet hade kände Martin att han ville göra sin grej igen och lämnade det hektiska dansbandslivet bakom sig och satsar helt på sin solokarriär som återigen tagit fart.

Sommaren har varit fullsmockad med gig på både festivaler, allsånger, egna konserter och gästframträdanden. Bland annat var han prisutdelare och sjöng Lobe Ranger på Guldklavengalan i Malung tidigare i somras. Nu är det då dag igen – den här gången med ”Du och en countrysång”

  
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MAX FLINN
If I could change time (S)
"You’d be hard pressed to find a better symbol for changing the past than Max Flinn. His own journey through adversity shines bright on this song and shows him yearning for the one thing he may have left behind. This song shows it is evident these days that Max is making his own rules and that his honesty, integrity, and love for life is paramount in his world." - Stormy Cooper of Stormy Cooper Media and The Roger Creager Band

    
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
CRS DOWNLOAD SUMMER 2018 (A)
  1. SHANE JOSEPHSON: Drought in the country
    As a resident of the Central West of New South Wales, SHANE JOSEPHSON is only too aware of the devastation being caused by the lack of rain throughout the state. The farmers face a disastrous situation for their livestock, crops and their families. As lead singer of Australia’s Bush Metal band BURNT EARTH, this is Shanes’ second solo single after his previous release, “A NATION IS BORN”. As Australia falls behind the ailing farmers in New South Wales, Shane has penned this song in support of those in desperate need of rain
  2. TRACY COSTER: Freedom on the road
    FREEDOM ON THE ROAD is the 2nd single to be released to radio from Tracy's 7th studio album, COSTER COUNTRY TAKE II, a tribute to my dad. A collection of STAN COSTER originals and is the sequel to the original, COSTER COUNTRY CD released back in 2005. It was a wonderful experience to rediscover her father’s songs and cover them in her own style, reinventing some of them to introduce to new audiences and connecting with her great mates to create this new CD. Tracy is joined on this track by long term good friend, BECCY COLE. FREEDOM ON THE ROAD is an anthem almost to travellers, wanderers and gypsies out there. It talks of the joy of getting up to go somewhere new every day and the special type of freedom that comes only with being on the road. Tracy & Beccy play around just a bit with their banter and you can feel genuine camaraderie between them on this feel-good, fun kind of song. This track is sure to become a requested favourite on air and with Tracy’s live audiences
  3. BILLY DETTMER: Jenny´s holiday
    “JENNY’S HOLIDAY was recorded at Beat Tank Studio and features just one voice, (mine) one guitar (one of my beautiful hand-made Cargill Guitars) and a stomp box. All my songs contain at least 2 stories; this one, at first a simple love song to a beautiful woman who needed a day off, but also the thread of a tale I read, about a little girl who came to Australia from war torn Kosovo named Janina (if I remember correctly) who had never seen the sea, a beach or so much greenery. Jenny’s Holiday started out as on open E tuning for playing The Blues and initially had a 12 Bar feel plus some slide playing. This is where it ended up.”
  4. MICHELLE WALKER: Backbone

    Introducing the new album and title track from Australian country singer songwriter MICHELLE WALKER – BACKBONE. This is the fourth album by Michelle at Kross Kut Records. LINDSAY (WADDO) WADDINGTON has masterfully produced all twelve tracks which showcase Michelle’s versatile song writing ability, plus collaborations with Lindsay himself, TYSON COLMAN, and this current title track co-written with RICK NASH. So, what is this song all about? It’s pure grit. Hard yakka. It’s the callouses on your hands and the dirt in your eyes and the unwavering love found between family and friends. It comes with a beautifully produced music video by Ross Wood of 171 Entertainment. Filmed in cane fields near Michelle’s home town of Tully, Michelle and husband Steve have used their own harvesting equipment for some of the shots. You’ll also see some of their good mates and the beautiful scenery found in Far North Queensland
  5. DESTINY: Put on a good show
    DESTINY (Band Oz) are a live band performing not only their original music, but country rock classics and fun tributes too. Since DESTINY’s first release in 2017 they have been blessed with great chart successes for all subsequent releases including many awards and nominations! Tasmanian audiences have been especially receptive to DESTINY's music with 5 x number 1 songs. The Australian Country Tracks Chart has seen all but one of DESTINY's songs having sustained (mostly Top 5 or Top 10) chart successes too. 'PUT ON A GOOD SHOW' (from album: ‘MAKIN’ MUSIC’) composed by THOMAS LIBRERI, sung by TESSA LIBRERI is a fun, upbeat testament that DESTINY always wants to ‘put on a good show' for their audiences!
  6. ALI S: GirlsBeers, Utes & Rodeo
    ALI S hails from Boulia, QLD, one of the most isolated and sparsely populated places in the world. The last 12 months have been incredibly busy for ALI, with his album, ‘COULDN’T DO THIS ON MY OWN’, debuting at Number 2 on iTunes Country Charts, his debut single, ‘I NEED A BEER’, hitting number 3 on iTunes Country Charts and his second single, ‘TALKING ‘BOUT BROOKS AND DUNN’, receiving recognition from KIX BROOKS. ‘GIRLS, BEER, UTES & RODEO’ is the latest single to be released by ALI S. It was co-written with MATT SCULLION and was produced and mixed by SIMON JOHNSON and mastered by JEFF McCORMACK. It is the first single off his second album which will be released in early 2019
  7. GAYLE O´NEIL: reathe in
    After delivering 3 hit singles from Gayle’s award nominated debut album ‘ROUGH ROAD… the last to be lifted ‘BREATHE IN’ is a very powerful, very personal message of hope. ‘BREATHE IN’ …speaks of the depths of depression yet reminds us to be strong, to hold on, to ‘Hold Your Breath, it’s Almost Over, So Breathe in… Breathe in’…. ‘BREATHE IN’ is an open letter to yourself, a letter of hope and positivity…...’Breathe In’
  8. NOEL BALFOUR: In my town
    IN MY TOWN was co-written by Noel with his wife LORNA BARRY on the same day that THE BARRY SISTERS were inducted into the HANDS OF FAME in 1988. “Lorna and I were so impressed with the beautiful vibes at the ceremony that we wrote the song on the plane on the way home.” “Lorna was unable to record the song because she was suffering with a severe ear complaint called Hyperacousis which is caused by loud bands, so I’ve taken the opportunity to record it myself and have it released. It has been a sentimental journey for me since Lorna very sadly passed away 4 years ago”
  9. MOLLY MILLINGTON: Daddy´s gotta gun
    MOLLY MILLINGTON is a prolific singer-songwriter from the NSW Central Coast. She fuses country, folk and a little pop with her quirky lyrics to create dark but playful tunes that connect with people of all ages. Molly loves to perform her original material while busking and on bigger stages when she gets the opportunity. Molly’s first EP, COOL LIKE YOU, was recorded in late 2016 by SHANE NICHOLSON and produced by TRENT CRAWFORD. Her recent EP, DADDY’S GOTTA GUN, was recorded in late 2017 by Grammy Award-winning producer, NICK DIDIA. DADDY’S GOTTA GUN, the provocatively named title track, showcases her dark but playful storytelling. It’s a tongue-in-cheek story of betrayal and a father’s over-protective instincts
  10. THE COAD SISTERS: Silver wings
    THE COAD SISTERS are part of the trio PETER COAD & THE COAD SISTERS, but both PETER COAD and THE COAD SISTERS still release independent albums and singles under their individual names, and this new single is from a forthcoming album from THE COAD SISTERS. Written by VIRGINIA HERMEL, (of THE COAD SISTERS), ‘SILVER WINGS’ is a tribute to the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia (celebrating its 90th year in 2018) As their Dad was once airlifted to Pt Augusta by the Royal Flying Doctor Service when he had a fall in the isolated northern area of South Australia, THE COAD SISTERS have first-hand knowledge of the valuable service the RFDS provides to the Australian outback
  11. GENE BRADLEY FISK: Hair trigger heart
    It should come as no surprise that GENE BRADLEY FISK has been a fan of Tom Russell and his music for some years now. Gene considers that Tom is “…probably the finest exponent of Americana music on the planet…” and from one outlaw to another, that’s a pretty cool recommendation. What is surprising is that Tom Russell is not well known to most country music fans in Australia so hopefully Gene’s version of ‘HAIR TRIGGER HEART’ may encourage more interest in his works. It’s a song that Gene has wanted to record from the moment he heard it and now with masterful production by HARRY JON NANOS at his Hideaway recording studio in Lancefield in rural Victoria, that wish has been fulfilled. Hopefully this will be the forerunner of more new material from Gene. By the way, Tom Russell penned this song as a tribute to famous Mexican revolutionary general ‘Pancho Villa’ – who lived by his own rules
  12. LANCE BIRRELL: The ballad of Kokoda
    LANCE BIRRELL is one of Australia’s most sought after solo entertainers. A multi-award-winning artist, including a grand finalist in the Golden Guitar Awards. A vocalist and multi-instrumentalist, having worked with the finest recording artists from Australia and overseas. Lance’s versatility allows him to cover a wide range of music styles from country through to rock classics. Very professional, talented and lots of fun! Based in Dubbo NSW, Lance continues to perform throughout the state during the year and he also makes trips interstate to perform at various music festivals. Lance Has just released a country solo album, ‘THANKS TO YOU’ which is available at his performances or online on his website.

  
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AMY JACK
Got a life to catch (S)
Amy Jack is a woman on the move in her driving new country radio single, "Got a Life to Catch." Produced by Merle Haggard, as one of the final projects of his storied career, "Got a Life to Catch" is a powerful ode to making the most of your time while you have it. Amy Jack delivers her trademark vocal style with a relentless, pulsing backing track that keeps the energy high throughout. "Got a Life to Catch" follows Amy Jack's Music Row-charting release, "Jack of All Trades," which received play on more than 80 country stations nationally.

An Oklahoma native, Amy Jack is a multi-talented singer, songwriter and producer. Raised by a family of music teachers, she sings with ease and conviction. Her uniquely inspiring music has become a mainstay of television sports programming, with her songs featured on ESPN, FOX Sports, Major League Baseball and U.S. Olympic Committee broadcasts. Most recently, Amy Jack's "Dallas Until I Die" was a featured song during the 2018 NFL Draft television broadcast

    
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T. GRAHAM BROWN
Love and broken hearts (S)
We hope you will enjoy T. Graham as much as we enjoyed recording & working with him. Thanks always.

Writers: T. Jae Christian / Roy August

  
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
TSP´s Country & Americana vol.179 (A)
  1. THE WILLIAMS BROTHER´S BAND: Queen of the honky tonk
  2. BRANDON MICHAEL: Waits for you
  3. STEVE ROBERSON: The Drinkers Hall of Fame
  4. ANNA-MARIA FALCONE: Hangin´ on
  5. THE DSP BAND: That´s how the money gets around
  6. MARK ROGERS: No bigger fool
  7. VANESSA DELAINE: The Storm
  8. CLARK FORD: I´ll be your rock
  9. BRANDON MICHAEL: Train wreck
  10. STEVE ROBERSON: It´s a good world
  11. PHILLIP SANDERS: With her I am
  12. MARK ROGERS: You can lead me on
  13. ANNA-MARIA FALCONE: Forgiven & free
  14. MISS JEANIE: All the lights are on in heaven
  15. SLIM ANDREWS: Detroit City
  16. FLINT WESTROCK: No partners in hell
  17. PETER LAWLOR: Flying south
  18. JIM FLYNN (featuring PHIL COLEY): Jimmy Strait
  19. HOWARD DELNICK: O California
  20. FLINT WESTROCK: O death

  
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JOE FIDDLE
For the longest walk (A)
I oktober 2014 släppte Joe Fiddle debut-ep:n »Where I’ll spend my years«. Redan då pratades det om det nära förestående debutalbumet. Men det blir inte alltid som man tänkt sig. Speciellt inte om man vill att plattan ska bli precis som man tänkt sig. Så nästan fyra år har gått och Joe Fiddle har finslipat, gjort om och spelat in nytt material. Nu är den pressad och klar och den 30 augusti släpps »For The Longest Walk« äntligen.

Joe Fiddle har använt åren som gått på ett klokt sätt och skapat ett starkt personligt album. Ett album som musikalisk inte liknar mycket annat, i Sverige i alla fall. Grovt sett kommer plattan säkert att sorteras in i americana-facket och visst finns här influenser som gör att det är berättigat. Joe Fiddle finger picking har sina rötter i bluegrass och visst svävar Mr Dylans ständigt närvarande ande över några av låtarna. Men här finns även klara influenser från nordisk och brittisk folkmusik. Man kan ana att Joe Fiddle lyssnat och inspirerats av storheter som Nick Drake och Pentangle. Kanske…

Joe Fiddle heter egentligen Joe Nyström och kommer ursprungligen från Älvsbyn i Norrbotten.

Efter att levt som gatumusiker i Dubrovniks gamla stad och vid piren i Santa Monica landade han i Umeå och började fokusera på det egna låtskrivandet. Hans EP från 2014 uppmärksammades framför allt internationellt och resulterade i spelningar och turnéer i Europa.

  
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ANTON GLACKIN
The day Hank Williams died (S)
Hi Folks, attached find the new single from Belfast singer songwriter Anton Glackin titled "The Day Hank Williams Died". This self penned homage to the Country legend follows Anton's very successful singles" Dust Clouds" and "Don't Rock Where The Alligators Roll". Both songs achieving Number 1 status on the Hotdisc International charts as voted by 750 DJs across the globe. All three tracks will feature on Anton's debut album and a video for the song will be released shortly.

Anton Glackin introduced himself as a talented singer songwriter to the Irish and International Country scene over the past 24 months rolling out two Hotdisc number 1 singles in quick succession,both reaching the top of many station listings. Based in Belfast, Anton has worked and shared the stage with some of the world’s biggest talents including MIDGE URE ,NANCI GRIFFITH ,SMOKIE and BAGATELLE.

Anton’s new single “The Day Hank Williams Died” is another reflective ballad in a traditional wrapping which does not deny his Irish roots but still stays within the Country/Americana envelope and is performed with Anton’s usual passionate inwardly thoughtful treatment of his chosen subject all produced by Plunkett McComb

  
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SHAVONNE
Imagine that (S)
Hello to all the wonderful DJs around the world. I hope you are all well. Here is a new song a cover of but my version of Patsy Cline's Imagine that. thank you for your incredible support in my music.

  
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TIA McGRAFF
One tin soldier (S)
Written by Dennis Lambert and Brian Potter.

Hailing from just south of Toronto, Ontario Canada, Tia McGraff is an internationally-renowned, award-winning Americana/singer-songwriter and author. Accompanying Tia on her musical journey is her life/musical partner, Tommy Parham. The two met and married while both were living in Nashville, TN and have enjoyed an extensive career performing, song writing and recording together for more than 12 years.

This cover of seminal folk-rock hit “One Tin Soldier” is in good hands with McGraff and retains much of its folk/rock sound in her recording. Her new album, "Stubborn in My Blood", is a deep feeling and thoughtful album full of the heart and tears defining our lives

    
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SLIM ANDREWS
Detroit City (S)
Attached is a new release from Slim Andrews for your airplay consideration. The song is the great old country classic, "Detroit City."

Slim's version is wonderful. So many artists who have covered this song have copied the Bobby Bare version, but not Slim. He did it his way, and it's very refreshing to hear. He put so much feeling into it that you can actually hear the emotion in his voice.

Slim turned 87 on June 14. He's still active with his involvement in Maine country music, and he just finished a book about himself, "I Lived Two Lives & Wore Two Hats," that he wrote for his family. As an independent country music artist, Slim, had to have a day job in addition to his seven decade career as a country music performer. In his book Slim gives an account of what it was like to try and balance his two lives.

Slim thanks you for your ongoing support of his music. He's very pleased and grateful to be a part of the worldwide independent country music family.

PS: Please remember Slim in your prayers as he has been battling some difficult health issues over the past few months

  
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DAVID T DUNN
Until the next time (S)
With over 100 hundred songs already released, David T. Dunn is obviously an amazing songwriter! This artist not only acts as a unique innovator; but he also effectively channels his deep, emotive, and resonating vision through an impressive command of the Country, Folk, Blues, Rock, and Americana genres. To be more precise, David’s overall sound is an amazingly varied fusion of these aforementioned genres.

Until The Next Time, Dunn artfully employs his skills as both an eloquent songwriter and more than able balladeer. The song has a broad appeal across Country, Americana and Adult Contemporary formats

    
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AARON LEE TASJAN
  1. Heart slows down
  2. The rest is yet to come
  3. If not now when

Most people know Aaron Lee Tasjan as one of the wittiest, most offbeat, brilliant, weed-smokin’ & LSD microdosin’ Americana troubadours writing and singing songs today. And the New York Times, NPR and Rolling Stone will all gladly corroborate. But steel yourselves, folk fans, because he’s about to follow his restless muse straight out from under the weight of everyone’s expectations into the kind of glammy, jingle-jangle power-pop- and- psych-tinged sounds he hasn’t dabbled in since his younger days playing lead guitar for a late-period incarnation of The New York Dolls.

Really, the roots of Tasjan’s new record, Karma for Cheap, stretch even deeper, drinking up the sounds of a Southern California childhood spent listening to The Beatles while riding around with his mom at the wheel of their navy blue Volvo station wagon—back to the very first pre-teen year he picked up a six-string and started figuring out all the pretty little chords in those Lennon-McCartney tunes. Back to the pure, blissful unfiltered innocence of falling in love with music for the first time. But more on that later. First, let’s ponder the brutish realities of the American Swamp.

Aaron Lee Tasjan says he aims to use his music for good, but he’s no protest singer. And Karma for Cheap isn’t some heavy-handed, didactic political record cramming a set of talking points down anyone’s throat. It’s a finely tuned rock & roll seismograph measuring the dark and uncertain vibrations of the time in which it was created. A cracked mirror reflecting back the American zeitgeist in this foul year of Our Lord, Two Thousand and Eighteen.

“When you’re a songwriter,” Tasjan says, you’re dealing in truths and untruths—that’s part of your commerce as a citizen of the world. And anything coming along that’s threatening to blur that line is a threat to your livelihood as a working American.”

Take it from Tasjan and Karma for Cheap, being a songwriter in the post-truth world of Trump’s America ain’t easy. Tasjan valiantly wrestles with this new normal in songs like “Set You Free” (“it’s a smokescreen scene and nobody knows what’s real”—fake news!) and “The Truth Is So Hard to Believe.” What will we do when we can no longer map the line between fact and fiction? When we exist in a world where the truth is unknowable and we’re at the mercy of liars and charlatans? “Hearts in chains and hands are off the wheel,” Tasjan sings in hypnotic staccato, tapping the collective cultural anxiety of all the rattled millions drifting off each night to a new American dream, one in which we’re all in a big red, white and blue camaro fishtailing down some winding tree-lined road in the bible-black dark, white-knuckle-clutching the oh-shit bar, accelerator glued to the floor and not a soul in the driver’s seat.

“The sound of this new record is a little more rough and ready, more raw than anything I’ve done before,” Tasjan says. “Seems like a good time for it. We’re living in a pretty raw feed right now, and a lot of these new songs reflect that. They deal with with being stuck in the deluge of horseshit every day. On social media, you see people suckered into getting all irate over some post that, in the end, turns out to be completely fake. We have to be aware of these mindsets, these traps and emotional pitfalls that send us spinning. Music for me is a comfort thing. And I’m trying to sing about all this to remind myself not to get caught up in the game. There are a lot of people out there carrying the burden of this weird, twisted world we’re living in at the moment on their shoulders. So I tried to write a record that offers some comfort, encouragement and hope to those people, as much as it’s possible to be hopeful right now.”

Karma for Cheap is Tasjan’s third LP and second for his label New West Records, based in his current hometown of Nashville. The record was co-produced by ALT and his friends Jeff Trott (Stevie Nicks, Liz Phair, Meiko, Joshua Radin) and Gregory Lattimer (Albert Hammond Jr.) and features Aaron Lee’s road band—guitarist Brian Wright, bassist Tommy Scifres and drummer Seth Earnest—with whom he’s been touring heavily for the last two years. While the stylistic shift from Tasjan’s palpably stoned ‘70s-country-channeling 2015 debut, In the Blazes, to his more sophisticated, introspective and lushly produced 2016 follow-up, Silver Tears, was relatively incremental, Karma’s rocked-up Brit-pop-influenced Beatles-Bowie-Badfinger vibes underscore a significant departure. The album boldly reminagines these vintage sounds, pushing the boundary of what can be considered Americana. With Karma, Tasjan establishes himself as an artist who not only evolves over time, but isn’t afraid to risk reinventing himself completely from one record to the next. “It’s always a goal for me to be able to not listen to the part of my brain that cares what other people think, and just do something really pure and from the heart,” he says. “I needed this album to have a sense of adventure and mystery, to feel a little shaky and dangerous at times—something that wasn’t the obvious choice in terms of what people already like about what I do. I’ve come to realize that I’m a searcher, which means I’m going to be searching forever.” Aaron Lee pauses and laughs at the notion, and what’s in store for the rest of his life—ticket bought, ride in progress. “Yep, this is never going to end,” he says. “No oasis, no safe harbor to stop and say, ‘Well, I’ve gotten here, and now I’m good.’ In some ways it’s a harsh realization—living in that type of headspace can cause a lot of turmoil. But if you can find beauty in the mundane… well, there you go. I’ve definitely been making more of an effort to enjoy the journey.” For all the album’s wrestling with social and political discord and the stresses of modern life due to the grand experiment of social media and the unforgiving tractor beam of the world-wired-web, Karma for Cheap finds its silver lining in the innocence of a wide-eyed kid’s maiden voyage into the electrifying thrall of rock & roll. The heaviness of the lyrical content is tempered by the joy and wonder of an artist reconnecting with what made him fall in love with playing music in the first place. The sound of it, the way it made him feel when he was 11 years old and it was all still as new as a fresh coat of spray paint from the can of some smug delinquent. That was 1997—the year Tasjan moved from Ohio to California, and scored his first guitar and a stack of iconic CDs by The Beatles, Oasis and Tom Petty. A huge sonic touchstone for ALT’s new record is The Beatles Anthology, one of his childhood favorites. In songs like “If Not Now When,” “Song Bird” and “The Rest Is Yet to Come,” you can hear echoes of George Harrison’s vibrant guitar riffs and Jeff Lynne’s lavish production on those lo-fi John Lennon demos the surviving Beatles dug up and polished off in the mid ‘90s. “‘Free As A Bird’ and ‘Real Love’—those were my jams when I first started playing guitar,” Tasjan says. “I was learning those and a lot of other Beatles songs. And then Oasis came out with ‘Wonderwall’ and I was like, oh that’s The Beatles for my generation, and I became obsessed with them, too.” Perhaps the most poignant moment on Karma for Cheap is the anthemic, hypnotic “Heart Slows Down,” a tune rife with musical and lyrical references to the Beatles and Tom Petty, anchored by an unforgettable chorus with a Traveling Wilburys vibe that finds the sweet spot between Tasjan’s two earliest musical heroes. “When I was a kid, my favorite CD to fall asleep to was Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers’ Greatest Hits, and the last song is a cover of that Thunderclap Newman song ‘Something in the Air.’ From the time I was a little kid to when I was teenager, I used to listen to that song on headphones almost every night—I heard it in that space between wake and sleep so many times. And Tom’s passing—he was a really big hero of mine, so it hit me pretty hard. We were in Seattle playing a show when I heard, and it was a heavy thing to process. But all of those elements are there in ‘Heart Slows Down.’ The chorus, ‘I will always be around,’ is a reminder that all the good you ever got out of listening to this music is still around you. You’ll always have that.”

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Datum: 2018-08-17
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RAUL MALO
Nashville Acoustic Session (A)
The velvet-voiced Raul Malo meets a small acoustic string combo on a collection of country and pop standards, and the result is The Nashville Acoustic Sessions, a masterpiece of heartbreak songs and heavenly performances. The Grammy winning vocalist of the Mavericks joins all-star musicians Pat Flynn (New Grass Revival, Bela Fleck) on Guitar, Rob Ickes (Blue Highway, Patty Loveless) on Dobro, and Dave Pomeroy (The Chieftans, Emmylou Harris) on Bass, performing classic songs by Hank Williams, Gram Parsons, Bob Dylan, The Louvin Brothers, Van Morrison, Roy Orbison and more. Full of elegant, bluegrass-tinged torch songs, The Nashville Acoustic Sessions explores the thrilling depths of despair and delightful heights reached by Malo’s incomparably lonely tenor.

Musicians: RAUL MALO --Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar PAT FLYNN - Guitar, Mandolin, Bouzouki, Backing Vocals ROB ICKES - Dobro, Slide Guitar, Backing Vocals DAVE POMEROY - Basses LENNY CASTRO - Percussion SIEDAH GARRETT - Backing Vocals

    
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
Nashville Radio Promotions - Summer 2018 (A)
Nashville Radio Promotions was started back in 2012 when a group of independent record label owners joined forces in promoting their artists to radio. It now represents 14 independent record labels and numerous unsigned artists.
  1. T.J. SPARKS: Hold on
  2. RON JOHNSON: Long black train
  3. J.K. COLTRAIN: Cowboy´s prayer
    Written by Award Winning Songwriter Dennis DiChiaro. Special thanks to Colene Walters
  4. TREVOR CARLESI: Ship without a sea
  5. MAXINE VADER: Little vhurch in Texas

  
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KENT MAXSON
Pictures on the fridge (S)
I had the idea for this song for many years. It started out when I was looking at pictures of my children on my mother’s and mother-in-law’s refrigerators. My mother-in-law had a picture of one of my daughters holding a small six inch fish she had caught that my daughter swore was, “a whopper.” My mother had pictures of my youngest daughter when she cut her hair and shaved her eyebrows as a little girl, and another one of me and my third daughter at her high school prom. I then noticed that everywhere I went people and friends where posting pictures of their families on their refrigerators. It was like the universal scrapbook of the family’s history. I shared this idea with several writers and no one seemed to get it….. except for Alyssa Trahan. When I mentioned the idea of ‘Pictures On The Fridge” to her she immediately came up with the line “Where I’m six years old, next to Dad with a fish that we caught in the river” not knowing that a picture or my daughter holding up a fish was what inspired me to write this song. That is the kind of chemistry that makes a great song. This song is one of my personal favorites because I relive a few special moments with my daughters every time I hear it

    
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
Diamondback Records - August 2018 (A)
  1.  B. JEFF STONE: Honey do
    It’s a long story, but well worth the time to learn how Honey Do proves he’s a man!
  2.  SARA LOU & THE COWBOY: Just stay
    This husband & wife team (Sara Lou & Darren Oliver) bring us a lively country tune; She rides out on her horse & she ain’t got room in the saddle for his battles…so just stay!
  3.  ALLEN KARL: Deal the cars
    Well he’s on his way to Vegas in a bright red Eldorado with a handful of hundred dollar bills
  4.  MITCH SNOW: Ages ago
    It’s only been a short while since we met & since you left; but it seems like ages ago
  5.  GEORGE LONGARD: Linda Lou
    A true county song in the style of Nova Scotia’s favorite artist.... the one & only Hank Snow
  6.  DENNIS BLAIR: Not a good idea
    Mr. Versatility... Comedian, actor, country singer/songwriter, Jazz singer (?) What’s that? A brand new Jazz album just released (for this agenda, maybe we can call it “country jazz”?)
  7.  BETTY OVERSTREET: Drinking from my saucer
    Life is good for this lady of faith, and she knows it; that’s why she’s drinking from her saucer
  8.  REX ALLEN, Jr: The Tennessee stud
    From the CD Garage Songs Xll; He never woulda’ made it through the Arkansas mud if he hadn’t been ridin’ on the Tennessee Stud!
  9.  THE LONG & SHORT OF IT: Just give it all you got
    Great advice from a couple of super stars who live it with every song they produce!!
  10.  KATHY KEOGH: The heart that Jack broke
    Southern California singer / songwriter extraordinaire! “Hello, Jack... how ya’ doin’ since you broke my heart?”... this gal writes great songs!
  11.  DENNIS MARSH: The green, green grass of home
    A classic country song by one of New Zealand’s premier artists, done to perfection!
  12.  DENNIS BLAIR: If I had my way
    Another “country jazz” song by this very talented artist, with what he’d do if he had his way
  13.  PHILLIP CLARKSON & SARAH PATRICK: Your love has a mind of it´s own
    They both feel the absence of their love, which leads them to a logical conclusion
  14.  GLENN ERICKSON: Planet Earth
    Space alien reviews planet earth & compares it sadly with his home planet
  15.  PETER TRENHOLM: My second time around
    Recorded with bluegrass legend, Ray Legere; from a true life experience with a friend who felt it his duty to convert everybody
  16.  GAIL RUSSELL & TREVOR STEVENS: Living in autumn
    He sees a tear in her eye and figures out why she’s crying; then the tables are turned
  17.  DOLLY DUNN: Stopping time with a picture
    prolific singer / songwriter with another real country song. Sometime when she feels lonely, she picks up a picture & it stops time for that moment
  18.  RYAN SOMERVILLE: My own funeral
    This guy is determined to be there for his own funeral & he has it all planned out!
  19.  RAY TOMBS: He stopped loving her today
    Old “possum George” would be proud of this rendition of “the best country song ever”!
  20.  GLENN ERICKSON: Old broken heart
    Look what you’ve done, you broke her heart; & what can you do with an old broken heart?

  
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ANITA WAGNER
A woman for you (A)
We present for your Listeners the Brand New Album of Anita Wagner "A Woman For You" famous female Singer of the Eurovision Song Contest. She participated in the contest 1984.

All Songs produced bei Peter Jordan

  
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
Hillcrest 87 (A)
  1.  ROBERT MIZZELL: She´s my baby
  2.  JOHNNY BUSH: You´re the break in my heart
  3.  LAURAL MENDES: I´m not invisible
  4.  BRANDON McPHEE: Achy breaky heart
  5.  LEXI SIMS: Gatlinburg
  6.  TONY CLARK: Love sick bones
  7.  ANDY MARTIN: Never again
  8.  DAVID McLACHLAN: Love´s flames
  9.  ANASTASIA: Big bad wolf
  10.  DON ALLEN: If she would only call
  11.  STEVE GARNER: I´ve got your back
  12.  AMANDA McCARTHY: Talkin´
  13.  OTIS C. TRUAX: Ask a woman
  14.  VANESSA BOURNE: I love you way too much to say goodbye

  
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THE COUNTRY BOYS
Luther played the boogie (S)
Howdy, I'm proud to announce the 2nd Single out Release "Luther played the Boogie" to the world's greatest DJ's. It is the 2nd single release from my EP-CD "SAM HALL" (High Cotton Records LC 14575 GERMANY) from THE COUNTY BOYS located in the South of Germany.

This Song is a heartintensive relict of Cash greatest Songs makin the stage bumpin and the crowd yellin´. The CD of the 3 County Boys from the beautiful Swabia, more specifically from the beautiful County Reutlingen near Stuttgart, describes their creative Honky Tonk Work from their authentic Performances with a Touch of an OUTLAW Feeling.

The Country Boys are Marc Holmes (UK) on bass, Frank Brodmann (D) at the drums and Andy Keinath (D) at the E, at the A-Git and the vocals.

    
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ROBBIE FULKS & LINDA GAIL LEWIS
Wild Wild Wild (EP)
Grammy-nominated Chicago singer/songwriter Robbie Fulks and Memphis rock royalty Linda Gail Lewis (Jerry Lee Lewis's little sister!) have joined forces for a new album 'Wild! Wild! Wild!,' coming out August 10th, 2018. This exclusive NoiseTrade release features two new songs from the album: the rollicking rock-n-roll throwback title track; and the perfect slice of honky tonk balladry "I Just Lived a Country Song." Also included are three outtakes from Robbie's 'Wild! Wild Wild!' pre-production sessions, including "demo" versions of two album tracks, plus the ragtimey slow-burner "I Went to Mississippi (and All I Got Was the Blues)."

    
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JORDAN MOGEY
Love Lovin´ You (A)
Released in 2 weeks time the collection was produced by Clive Culbertson and features some of Ireland's best country musicians working their magic on a 12 track compendium entirely written by Jordan and two of Nashville's best writers, Gerald Smith (What Part of No-Lorrie Morgan/ Every Second-Collin Raye) and Kent "Max" Maxson (From Where I'm Sitting-Gary Allan). Jordan's throw back style has garnered many fans around the world including music impresario Louis Walsh. " I love Jordan's voice and retro Country style he is the real deal".So wrap your ears around this sincere,pure, dyed in the wool Country album

  
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
CD Tex (A)
  1. JEFF CLAYBORN: Caddy in the Campground
    Uncommon as a seven-point buck in December, true country gentlemen are hard to find. Jeff Clayborn (JC) subscribes to a brand of organic country that can?t be replaced or altered. A Texas tumbleweed with down home roots, Clayborn sports Southern swagger from his signature low-brimmed hat to his cowboy boots. Brewed in a story and distilled in mystique, Jeff Clayborn?s ?Good Bar Attender? is 100-proof country. The debut, boot-stomping single is an anthem for the working man?s truth, and has made its mark on the Texas Regional Radio Report Top 40. The music video brings audiences to their feet, featuring comedy king Chad Prather (as ?Lucky?). High on overwhelming support from the home Texas market, JC is hitting new markets and soaring to new heights with his brand new single, ?Caddy in the Campground,? written by Clayborn and award-winning writers, Chuck Ebert and Betsy Walter.
  2. DUSTIN SONNER: Drinkin´ alone
    Dustin Sonnier is a country music artist born and raised in Vatican, Louisiana. The multi- instumentalist, singer/songwriter has performed across the USA and beyond. While leaning more towards a traditional style, Dustin has a unique blend of country, rock & blues. March of 2016 marked the release of his new album entitled, Country , which yielded the Top 20 hit, "Whiskey Makes Her Miss Me". Shortly after the success of Whiskey Makes Her Miss Me, Dustin released the Top 10 single "People Like Me" and August of 2017 saw the release of "Neither Do I". Dustin is back with a brand new single entitled "Drinkin' Alone" and it's COUNTRY!
  3. WESLEY MICHAEL HAYES: Baby hold on
    Written by Wesley Michael Hayes
  4. BRENT GIDDENS: Texas Wildfire
    Singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Brent Giddens treats each song he writes with a painstaking level of dedication, reverence, respect and as he?ll readily admit, even a bit of obsession. Giddens wrote tirelessly before his new album released on February 1st, 2018. The 10-track album features songs such as his current single, "Why I'm Single" and "Happy Place" along with two new tracks, including ?The Mechanic", and "I Wanna Ride." The Album, RED DIRT BLUES follows the Oklahoma-based performer?s successful debuts, 2017?s WORTH IT, and 2014's HOME TO OKLAHOMA. The goal going forward then, Giddens insists, is to never remain stagnant. He has a packed touring and playing schedule, and always tries to make time for writing new music.
  5. HIGH COUNTRY: Country bar
    Jason Ashley and Chris Kummer have come together to develop the new powerful sound of the new project High Country. The new single release is Country Bar set for release July 25.
  6. PRESLEY PHILLIPS: Last rodeo
    Hey y?all I?m Presley Phillips! Love and Bad Habits is my first-ever single, I?m so thankful to be able to finally get to share my stories with you guys through country music! I hope ya?ll enjoy listening to Love and Bad Habits, I can?t wait for y?all to hear what?s next!
  7. JAKE FLINT: Long road back home
    Tulsa-based singer-songwriter Jake Flint is deeply entrenched in the Red Dirt music scene. His sophomore single ?Long Road Back Home? is the highly anticipated follow-up to his successful debut release, ?Cowtown,? which was well-received by radio and fans alike. ?Long Road Back Home? is a lively up tempo song about the excitement of returning to beloved family and friends, and vividly captures the emotional anticipation of going back to your roots. Jake currently maintains a busy live performance and radio interview schedule across Oklahoma and Texas
  8. HILL COUNTRY REVIVAL: Drove me anywhere
    Hill Country Revival is a Texas Country / Red Dirt act with a good dose of Southern Rock in the entertaining mix. Even though some of the band members hail from Montana and Georgia, they sure made it fast to Texas to form Hill Country Revival with their Texas bandmates. Heading out of one of the gateways to the Texas Hill Country, Dripping Springs, the band decided to embrace their surroundings by incorporating the famous tourist destination into their band name. A first single ?That's What I Think Too? cracked the Texas Regional Radio Charts and is currently still hanging on - so please call your local Red Dirt station and request our/your song to be played on the air. After gaining foot in the Austin-San Antonio area, the quartet is now poised to expand its touring radius to the whole Lonestar state and share the music with their fans
  9. BETH NOBLE: All I need
    Beth Noble is taking over the airwaves with the rockin' tunes and catchy lyrics from her recently released EP, ?The Story of Her Life.? Full of energy and spunk, Beth is wooing the hearts of audience members everywhere she goes. Originally from East Texas, Beth started her music career at a young age singing old Hymns in her parent?s restaurant, Pine Mills Catfish. Now she continues to make music in Austin, TX, along with her dad, keeping the music in their family alive! She has played all over Texas, from Austin to Houston to Dallas, making life long fans along the way! This summer, Beth is excited to be releasing her new single, "All I Need", and can't wait for people to hear it!
  10. DRAKE HAYES BAND: Blood red moon
    Blood Red Moon? comes from an album that is full of honest real-life tunes. In fact, the soon to be released album is appropriately titled ?Life?. Written by Drake and his buddy Matt Morgan, ?Blood Red Moon? is about going all out and having a little fun every once in a while, and not sweating the small stuff. The Drake Hayes Band is looking to build on their recent success. Since the bands formation in 2014, they have been on a steady climb up which includes charting higher and higher each single and seeing the territory they cover while touring grow. ?Life? is the next step and ?Blood Red Moon? is kicking off the party.
  11. THE MARCUS LINDSEY BAND: Fridaynititus
    Marcus Lindsey is a Texas country singer/songwriter currently based out the DFW area. Marcus grew up around the east Texas town of Lone Oak and began singing at a very early age, picking up guitar shortly afterwards. Once finished with high school, he toured America as frontman of the band Deuces Wild. The group disbanded in 1999, and Marcus has continued to be at the forefront of Texas country singers, blending classic and modern country into his own unique sound that won him a Terry Award in 2007 for Vocalist Of The Year. Mr. Lindsey currently performs all over Texas as the leader of his own group and continues to set new standards and redefine the country genre
  12. NATALIE ROSE: My South
    Natalie's latest single "My South" is from her forthcoming album, produced by Kent Wells, lead guitarist and producer of Dolly Parton. It presents yet another step in the evolution of her artistry. A summertime anthem that is sure to have fans singing along with familiar themes of everyday life in the country, "My South" is an up tempo Country rocker that gives the Texas firebrand the room to stretch out vocally and showcase the full range of her singing abilities. Based on her upward momentum to date, growing fan base and increasingly busy tour schedule, one can be assured that Natalie Rose will ?do everything? possible to keep her fans engaged for many years to come
  13. JARROD STERRETT & THE HIRED GUNS: On Mo´s wall
    Jarrod Sterrett & The Hired Guns are one of the busiest honky tonk bands in East Texas. The band has had 4 singles on the Texas Radio Chart each one went to number 1 on cdtex downloads. They can be found every week on the road packing dancehalls and bars all across Texas, Arkansas, New Mexico, and Louisiana. Jarrod Sterrett started the band while attending Sam Houston State University in Huntsville Texas and honing his unique stage presence. His blend of traditional country roots, Red Dirt influences, and a honky tonk spirit combine to form one of the most entertaining shows in all of country music. The band is now releasing a new single called "On Mo's Wall". Visit www.jarrodsterrett.com for more info and tour dates, and of course keep up with the band at reverbnation.com/jarrodsterrettthehiredguns
  14. REVEREND´S DAUGHTER: Down here in Texas
    Reverend's Daughter isn't just a band it's a new step up for Texas music! An original blend of 5 ingredients that when put together create songs that will slap you across the face or make you want to grab a box of tissues. With Raymond Smith on drums, Ron on lead guitar, Albert on bass, Leonard on keys, and D-rock on vocals these guys live it! Not only do they put on a show of pure heart but they will have your head bobbing back in forth and your feet two stepping like there's no tomorrow ! These musicians are influenced by the most profound rock'n'roll, rap, punk, metal, folk, blue grass, blues, hip hop and Texas country sounds in existence. These guys portray it all!! The band came together in Portland, TX, about 10 miles north of Corpus Christi. This is where they spread their influence and where you have to check them out! The stories in these songs will touch you and make you a believer in the musical movement they are creating
  15. JESSE RAUB, Jr: Sittin´ here
    A native Texan hailing from Magnolia, Texas, Jesse uses his roots and captures his love for his family and friends in the songs that he writes and sings. As the frontman of his own band. Jesse has spent the last 10 years traveling throughout the great state of Texas, rocking every venue he?s entered. By bringing in the traditional Texas Country sounds and merging them with true Southern Rock, Jesse has created a show that will keep the crowd on their feet throughout the entire show. His unique voice and true country twang continue to captivate his audiences as he merges the classic sounds of Haggard and Jones with the rocking sounds of Hank and Dwight Yoakam to create a high energy and entertaining show every night
  16. MICHAEL GUTIERREZ: Keep on rollin´
    Traditional country resurgence group, Michael Gutierrez and Keeper Of The Plains captures the country sound and lyrics that fans been looking for. The Fort Worth, Texas based band has spent the last few years perfecting their signature blend of Texas Country with classic roots that offer music that must be heard. His brand-new single, Keep On Rollin, is the band?s first official release to country radio where it made its appearance on the Music Row Breakout Chart and still rising taking its place at #42 the week of June June 28. The single, Keep On Rollin?, releases officially to Texas Radio in July 2018 and will be followed up with performance dates and radio tours throughout the State. With the inspiring lyrics of a blue-collar worker and Gutierrez?s gritty vocals, this single is sure to leave its mark on every listener with its nostalgic sound while fitting the current country radio platform
  17. DONICE MORACE: WD-40 and the duct tape
    WD-40 & Duct Tape was such a blast to record! There isn't a guy that this song doesn't relate to...thinking WD-40 and duct tape can fix anything, even relationships. Very traditional and light-hearted just in time for the summer!

  
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
Airplay Express July 2018 (A)
  1. SCOTT SIMMONS: Never give in
    Written and Performed by Scott Simmons
  2. WILDHORSE: Ode to the Music City ghost
    Written by Keith Bradford / Frans Maritz
  3. LARRY M. CLARK: Trucker´s boogie
    Written and Performed by IDSS Hall Of Fame Member Larry M. Clark
  4. DAN SCHAFER: Willie Nelson Has Done It All
    Written by Barbara Blevins/Clyde R Birkla/Keith Bradford
  5. JOHNATHAN BOND & YOUNG HARMONY: I created youWritten by Johnathan Bond / Arthur Strout
  6. KELLY LYNN MADISON: 5th of July
    Written by Rohn Cirillo/Dan Reifsnyder/Sarah Spencer
  7. DAN SCHAFER: The good that we do
    Written by Barbara Blevins / Keith Bradford / Dan Schafer

  
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TONY WATSON
Lady is my own (S)
Tony Watson, a multi-talented singer/songwriter is an accomplished musician playing a variety of instruments, both string and percussion. This West Virginia native honed his country style while performing nationally and internationally with both symphonies and rock/country bands. This internationally ranked artist enjoys a global fan base and is the winner of the 2017 Best Male Vocalist Award from the Artist Music Guild.

Lady Is All My Own grabs you from the very beginning with it's blend of heartfelt country lyrics driven by driven by a rocking edge!

    
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
CRS vol.209 (A)
  1. DANNY PHEGAN (FEAT. MATT SCULLION): What a life
    DANNY PHEGAN is a Cattle, Sheep and Crop farmer from the Southern Riverina. WHAT A LIFE is the third single from Danny’s ARIA chart-topping album, FROM WHERE I STAND. WHAT A LIFE (co-written by and featuring MATT SCULLION) is a celebration of country life when the working week is done!
  2. SHELLY JONES BAND: Highways
    HIGHWAYS is the first single release and title track from the SHELLY JONES BAND’S highly anticipated new album. Co-written by Shelly and Lester, HIGHWAYS is an energetic country rock song that immerses you with all the freedoms experienced when travelling on the wide-open road. The husband and wife duo’s new album has all of the characteristics they have become well known for. Catchy tunes, beautiful harmonies, great musicianship and heartfelt lyrics. The album also showcases their sophisticated song-writing and blends in a few popular re-worked covers for familiarity. The album HIGHWAYS is available via the official Shelly Jones Band website www.shellyjonesband.com.au
  3. DON ALLEN: If she would only call
    IF SHE WOULD ONLY CALL is Don’s next release from his upcoming album, freshly recorded during his latest visit to Nashville USA. Don was honoured to be able to record this song written by one of his very good friends – ALAN PERCY. Alan is not only a profound pedal steel player and guitar picker, but he also writes a damn good song
  4. BRAD MARKS: What if you can
    This is BRAD MARKS’ fourth single, this time co-written with JAY COLLIE (JONAH’S ROAD). The song bears the message that in life different things may hold you back – yourself, your worries, your fears or what people may think of you and the way they react to certain of your decisions. At the end of the day it’s your life, your choice and you should strive to do that which makes you happy and gives strength as, quite often, those things we allow to hold us back were of no consequence. Strive to be the happiest and most confident person you can be. The song was arranged and produced by ROD MOTBEY at Tracking Dog Studios and captures Brad’s vocal talent with a powerful message
  5. TERRY BENNETTS AND ALISHA SMITH: Chicken pickin´
    “This is the first single from my new Instrumental Album, ‘GUITAR PICKER’ and it is a duet performed with our mate from Queensland, ALISHA SMITH. Alisha is well-known in the Bush Ballad music scene as the ‘Guitar Pickin’ Chicken’ so it seems appropriate for us to do it together as a duet. This album has been a labour of love for me as I have been playing the guitar since I was thirteen years old and I always include quite a few instrumentals in my shows. I have been asked many times if I had a CD with me just playing guitar so this album, ‘GUITAR PICKER’ was born.” – Terry Bennetts
  6. JAMES STEWART KEENE: Really need you tonight
    JAMES STEWART KEENE offers another outstanding track to radio from his ARIA Top 40 Australian Country Artist charting album, CHARM OFFENSIVE, with the emotionally driven REALLY NEED YOU TONIGHT. . Co-written by James and STEVE McNAUGHTON, the song was produced by ROD MOTBEY at Tracking Dog Studios and features Rod’s inspirational and intricate guitar playing. The song is truly heartfelt and goes out to anyone who has ever experienced the tyranny of distance from a loved one. REALLY NEED YOU TONIGHT is a definite for your playlist with James’ unmistakable country rock sound. Look out for the song’s music video, to be available to TV and YouTube in August. The CHARM OFFENSIVE album is available through all good music stores and digital music retailers through Fanfare Country/Sony Music Australia
  7. STEVE CHEERS: Waving at trains
    “The goal of ‘seizing the day’ is one I’ve always strived for, and whilst it’s easily applied to the big picture, it’s just as important in the small and everyday. So, whilst standing in 40+ degree heat at Movie World watching our youngest child do laps on a little train didn’t seem so exciting at the time it did at least prompt a re-epiphany. Her look of joy after each lap took me from “Thank goodness this is the last time I’ll have to do this” to “Oh, this is the last time I’ll get to do this!” The key of course is realising that we rarely recognise the ‘last time’ for things we take for granted. When we can, then we are engaged with life, rather than just watching it pass us by.” – Steve Cheers
  8. GREG WILLIAMS & RON BUCKPITT: Hold´er, Hold´er, Hold´er!
    “HOLD’ER, HOLD’ER, HOLD’ER!” is the new single for GREG WILLIAMS, featuring “spruiking” from RON BUCKPITT. Co-written by RON BUCKPITT and GREG WILLIAMS, this toe-tapper is a happy celebration of early to mid-20th Century Australian travelling country shows. The focus is strongly on the very popular Roy Bell’s Boxing Troupe’s tent show but embracing the whole cacophony and variety of these annual local events, mentioning other tent show entertainment. As well as singing & co-writing the song, GREG WILLIAMS also produced this recording at Tamworth Recording Suite. He captures the noisy, exciting show atmosphere right from the start, with bass drum and bells that typified the boxing troupe’s character, including crowd noise and musical background to bring the listener back to the wonderful chaotic country show’s atmosphere
  9. SANDRA PEARN AND WAYNE ELLIOTT: Hard year on the land
    SANDRA PEARN and WAYNE ELLIOTT are two Artists from a popular band in Tasmania called LIVE IT UP. Wayne is formerly from Butti (NSW). Sandra has lived in Tasmania all her life. Both have been successful in the Music Industry with many awards to their credit in Song writing Competitions throughout the country. To complete the song, Sandra and Wayne teamed up with JOHN and ANNE DOHERTY, renowned throughout Australia for their song writing skills and whose awards include Australia & New Zealand Song Writers Award (2003), Australia & New Zealand Broadcasters Award (2008), to name a few. HARD YEAR ON THE LAND is a song about the struggle that Australian Farmers are facing daily, dealing with the elements and the effects of Climate change. The song came about when Wayne’s partner Christine distressingly watched the rising flood waters of the Tasmanian 2016 floods on the riverbank in front of their home as the cattle were being washed out to sea. Sandra was encouraged throughout her life by her father, who himself was involved in old time Dance Music for many years and released a CD at the remarkable age of 79. Wayne is a Talented Guitarist and also plays Bass and Mandolin. He has backed some top artists and still performs at the Tamworth Festival each year. Wayne was a finalist in the Tiara awards in 2000. Wayne’s dedication and experience in music is shown in the finished product of this song. Sandra and Wayne have now combined their music and hope to produce their first duet CD soon
  10. ROSS WEBB: You & me
    “Hailing from the Southern Highlands in NSW, I only got into singing and performing around 5 years ago. What a ride it has been since then. Being an avid Country Music fan and influenced by Artists such as Zac Brown, Chris Stapleton, away we went with my wife and good mate. Performing around the highlands, and Southern NSW, along with juggling my day job as a banker. The song, YOU & ME was born basically from trips that my wife and I take to visit various music festivals in Australia. Wanting to see this great Country, our mode of travel has always been by road so you get to see and experience the people in all the great little towns that we have. Our kids have never really been interested in tagging along but as usual they would be there waiting for us when we got back, usually complaining that there is no food in the house. So it is all about our road trips and the fun we have had along the way. Hopefully this is just the start of a journey into the music landscape and look forward to where the ride takes us.”- Ross Webb
  11. BRENDAN DUGAN: Honky tonk heroes
    “Some voices have that intangible quality that makes them instantly recognisable. The velvety rich baritone of BRENDAN DUGAN is one such voice. Most singers can't even think to the low notes he can reach, although his familiar tone evolved a few years after his television debut. Fresh-faced BRENDAN DUGAN won ‘Studio One - New Faces’ as a 16-year-old in 1968 and became a star overnight in New Zealand.” (Audio Culture) However, it was other TV programmes Like TVNZ’s ‘Country Touch’, that was hosted by Tex Morton, and ‘That’s Country’, which debuted in 1980, that made BRENDAN DUGAN a household name in New Zealand. The early 1980s saw the first of many trips to the United States for the International Country & Western Music Association Awards in Fort Worth, Texas, with Kiwi Country Artists, including one that Australians will be familiar with, Patsy Riggir. Later trips brought appearances on TV shows such as ‘Nashville Now’ and ‘The Barbara Mandrell Show’, engagements at all manner of honky tonks, and a performance on the ‘Grand Ole Opry’ in Nashville. In 1992, Dugan released his first solo album since 1985. One of the songs was by Brendan’s old mate, the late RICHIE PICKETT. The song, ‘HONKY TONK HEROES’, tells of all the passed loved big country stars jamming in heaven and was re-mastered and recently released on the Kiwi Country TV - Compilation ‘Best Kept Kiwi Secrets’. With a career spanning 50 years. Brendan can still pack a club and theatre with full houses in New Zealand, but never has Brendan Dugan released a single into Australia until now. He hopes that Australian Country Music Fans will love what he has to offer

  
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THOMAS GABRIEL
Long Way Home (A)
Hi Everyone. Here is the full Thomas Gabriel album "Long Way Home" now available on iTunes Amazon Apple music Spotify etc. TG is the grandson of Johnny Cash.In my opinion he takes up where Johnny left of in the Rick Reuben's mode. A fine album which will be backed up by touring later this year.

    
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TONI WEST
You blew my mind (S)
Hi there Goran! Here is my latest recording "You Blew My Mind" - written by myself and Geoff Taggart - I do hope you have chance to listen if it is suitable for your show. Thanks for your time

  
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ALI S
Couldn´t do this on my own (A)
Ali S hails from Boulia in North West QLD, one of the most isolated and sparsely populated places in the world. 2017 saw Ali release, his 1st album “Couldn’t Do This On My Own”, which debuted at Number 2 on the Australian iTunes Country Charts, his debut single, ‘I Need A Beer’, hit number 3 on the Australian iTunes Country Charts and his second single, “Talking Bout Brooks and Dunn”, received recognition from Kix Brooks who publicly announced his love of Ali’s tribute song to the great duo.

Ali S is known to many Australia’s as the bloke who has an appreciation for the Channel Country not seen since the likes of Slim, with a voice that is likened to Buck Owens and Brooks and Dunn.

Ali’s debut album, ‘Couldn’t Do This On My Own’, is available on iTunes, Spotify and Google Play as well as from his website for download or hardcopy

      
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JORDAN FOSTER
Work on you (S)
From his hometown of Somerset, Kentucky, Jordan Foster embraces a unique and true sound of Country Music holding tight to his southern roots. Having been raised in the heart of Kentucky, Jordan has developed a sound you can both hear and feel. Jordan is a gifted singer/songwriter and has been performing and honing his skills since he was a young boy.

His new music video is being featured on several cable channels, as well as all social media outlets. Jordan performs his music as a true professional, with respect to all the great performers that came before him. He is destined to have a long and promising career.

His recently released new CD, "Jordan Foster - In Black and White", has twelve (12) original songs that Jordan has written from the heart and featuring his new single, "Work on You", making an impact with radio

    
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JIM SEIBERS
  1. Hell raisin´ whiskey chasin´
  2. When a heart´s left alone
  3. Love someone like me

Originally presented in 2007 in the album "Just beginnings"!

There has never been any question in Jim's mind as to what he wanted to do with his life. - Sing, Entertain and share music with the world. Born in Toledo, OH, this city boy with country roots, heart and sound took to the stage at the age of 14. Playing guitar and singing lead with his own band, he has worked all over the United States. Jim spent most of the 80's and 90's bringing great top 40 country music to Ohio, Michigan and Indiana playing 5 to 6 nights a week. Jim has opened for acts like Del Reeves, Waylan Jennings, Johnny Russell, T. G. Shepard, John Conley and Johnny Paycheck, just to name a few. Jim performed in Nashville at Fan Fair in 1992-1994. He was awarded API's Male Star Of Tomorrow at a ceromony in Nashville in 1992 and Male Vocalist in 1993. In 1992, Jim released his first CD "Just Beginnings" on an independent label. The first single from that CD, "Hell Raisin' Whiskey Chasin" topped the International Billboard charts at #19. In 1995, Jim released his second album "Ways of Life" also on an indepentent label. In the late 90's, Jim relocated his family to Florida. There he performed as a solo act performing at several of the tourist hot spots in Cocoa Beach and surrounding areas until 2008. Jim always wanted to move closer to Nashville and the "heart" of the country music industry. So in 2008, the family packed up and moved to Sparta TN, his parents home town and where many of his relatives still live today. Jim is currently, writing, recording and performing as a solo vocalist in and around Sparta, Smithville, Cookeville and surrounding Nashville area. When he is not performing or in the studio, Jim enjoys spending time on his 15 acre hobby farm where he raises fainting goats and a few cattle. He enjoys the"back to basics" of farm life and the satisfaction of raising his own food for his family. Jim also enjoys hunting and fishing in the beautiful mountains and lakes near his home

    
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T. JAE CHRISTIAN
  1. I´d be better off in a pine box
  2. All her L.O.V.E.´s gone

Writer of "All her L.O.V.E.´s gone" is Glen Sutten, the song was originally recorded in 1999!

    
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TANIA KERNAGHAN
Love´s gonna find you (S)
"Love's Gonna Find You" is the fifth single from Tania Kernaghan's acclaimed album, "All Australian Girl". It's an up-tempo feel good song that gives hope to all of those folks out there looking for love!

    
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
TSP´s Country & Americana vol.178 (A)
  1. TODD BARROW: Just like whiskey
  2. RONNIE DYE: Skin
  3. DENNIS LEDBETTER: JD´s my whiskey (not my name)
  4. TOM TAYLOR: Without you
  5. BAND OF BANDITS: Drinking time
  6. ROGER GARD: Fewer left to thank
  7. RAD HOWARD: Freedom
  8. CATHY HUTCH: Free wheelin´
  9. J.D. STRAIT: Laddy Lind
  10. ANDREAS CARLSSON & THE MOONSHINE BAND: Last man standing
  11. ROGER GARD: Life on the banks
  12. DOUG ADKINS: Not enough whiskey
  13. RANDY CHERKIS: We could be friends
  14. KIM KONDRASHOFF: Get you to talk to me
  15. THE GREATEST GIFT: Remember I love you
  16. COOL SUMMER BREEZE: Me and you
  17. THE CAPTAIN´S CREW (featuring CONNIE FRANCIS): When you call Jesus
  18. TJ MILLER: Whatever happened to country music
  19. JEFFREY LEONARD: Raised on Jesus & sweet tea
  20. TJ MILLER: Need the number to heaven

  
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HURRICANE HIGHWAY
I learned from you (S)
We are delighted to enclose the great new Summer release from Hurricane Highway, ‘I learned from you’ An original song recorded in Nashville, U.S.A and mixed at the Production Suite in Dublin.

    
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KORA NAUGHTON
Ride or Die (A)
At just 16 years of age, Kora Naughton, is proving herself as an artist with drive and determination. In 2015, doctors informed Kora that due to a serious spinal cord condition - she would have to give up her passion of cheerleading – a sport she had loved since she was 7 years old. The condition resulted in two surgeries in 12 months and it was during this time she turned to music. Kora taught herself to play guitar, write songs and sing. This gave her the freedom to channel her emotions through music. In January 2017, Kora attended her first Tamworth Country Music Festival where she busked for ten days. It was from this moment that she found a new passion in life and that country music was what she wanted to do with her future. Her first two singles hit various Top 10 charts around Australia and has performed live with artists including Tania Kernaghan, Amber Lawrence and Bill Chambers. In early 2018, she collected her songs and commenced work with producer/musician, Rod Motbey, on what would become her debut album, “Ride or Die”. The album is about taking chances, doing the things you’re afraid of and living life to the fullest. Kora Naughton will launch the album at Moonshiner’s Bar in Tamworth this Saturday (14th July) during Hats Off To Country and will be officially released on Friday 20th July through Country Rocks Records/MGM Distribution

    Country
Datum: 2018-07-13
Label: Country Rocks Records

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GLENN ERICKSON
My life in Music (A)
NASHVILLE GOLD RECORDS is pleased to release a new album by Glenn Erickson… MY LIFE IN MUSIC: Featured are 25 songs, sung by Glenn and other artists, telling the story of Glenn’s early life in music to the present day… and what was going on in his world as his life in music unfolded; just follow the story line on the printout below song #25

  
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MICHAEL LEE
No flaes (slow version) (S)
Hi, this is Talisha your friend at Lo Records Radio Promotions. Thank you for playing in heavy rotation No Flaws by Michael Lee. Michael from Cleveland, Tennessee is a songwriter, recording artist, producer, studio musician and concert artist.This song is written by David Livingston

  
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JOEY WELZ
Passion Lady (S)
New Country song by Joey Welz is "Passion Lady". Joey Welz is a legendary musician pianist and singer from the group Bill Haley and the Comets. I hope you like this song on your station to play. I am co-writer for Passion Lady and registered to SOCAN and ASCAP to promote our song. // From Mario Vallone

  
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JAY POWELL
  1. We can start over again
  2. Don´t you want to go

Jay Powell is an American country and gospel singer/songwriter. He was born on March 24, 1980 in the backwoods of Louisiana. His father was a gospel music singer, which inspired him to start singing at a very early age. He and his six brothers, along with his parents, traveled all over the United States preaching and singing. He fell in love with country music after hearing George Strait. He and his brothers formed a band in 1998 called JJSTAR and performed at many nighclubs and various outings in Louisiana. He performed at the Talladega Racetrack for three consecutive years. He recorded and released a tribute song to Dale Earnhardt, Sr., titled “Last Lap”. In 2001, he made the move to Nashville, Tennessee to pursue a country music career. In 2003, he recorded an eight-song country music cd with Tim McGraw’s band, The Dancehall Doctors. His latest recording is a five-song country gospel/contemporary Christian album recorded in June of 2018 at Hilltop Studios in Gallatin, Tennessee. He is currently pursuing a career in contemporary Christian music

  
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CODY JINKS
Must e the whiskey (S)
Hailed as “a real deal country singer” and songwriter who pens “old-school country [songs] about love, loss, vices, God, friendships and navigating it all the best that you can” (Omaha World-Herald), Cody Jinks will issue what Rolling Stone touts as “his much-anticipated album,” Lifers, on July 27. It’s the first release under his recently-inked deal with Rounder Records by a genuine independent music phenomenon who boasts a quarter-million records sold, millions of streams and strings of sold-out shows packed with avid fans.

He precedes the 11-track album with its first single “Must Be the Whiskey,” a spirited number in the grand drinking song tradition that just released last week on June 15. It’s a boozy yet wise rumination on how “these thoughts in my head are a whirlwind of a world of regrets/All the things I should’ve done or things I should’ve said/All the pain that comes with making a mess of yourself.”

Lifers opens with a punchy shot of spiritual thirst, “Holy Water,” that’s laced with ringing steel guitar and female backing vocals. The set wraps up with two honest self-examining confessionals on “Stranger” and “Head Case.” In between he tips his hat to the dedication and struggles of hard-working folks on “Lifers,” travels through a haunting western landscape on “Western Wind,” a place and love he left behind on “Colorado,” and examines his musical journey and drive to pursue it on the zesty two-stepper “Can’t Quit Enough.” “Somewhere Between I Love You and I’m Leavin'” skillfully balances on the edge between heartbreak and desire, while “Big Last Name” and “7th Floor” tell the tales of two markedly different romantic quests.

The music throughout is a muscular brand of deeply-rooted American music with a modern edge interspersed with moments of emotive delicacy and widescreen majesty. It’s rich with Jinks’ gift for “blending an innate knack for hooks with the DGAF attitude suited for a rebel,” as Rolling Stone describes his creative approach.

Over the course of his previous seven albums, Jinks has generated national grassroots excitement that propelled his last release, I’m Not The Devil, to debut at #4 on the Billboard country chart as well as hit #3 on the independent music chart and Top 30 on the pop chart, and be named one of Rolling Stone Country’s best albums of the year for 2016. He’s become a populist 21st Century music star thanks to the potency of what The Tennessean calls his “rumbling baritone and steel-edged songs” and a relentless tour schedule of high-octane live performances.

The album release will be followed by Jinks’ inaugural Loud and Heavy Fest, a multi-stage day of music, arts and food on August 18 at the scenic Panther Island Pavilion along the banks of the Trinity River in Fort Worth, TX, the city where he was raised. The line-up capped by Jinks and his hard-driving band includes his friends and favorites Whiskey Myers, Corrosion of Conformity, Whitey Morgan, Colter Wall, Nikki Lane, The Sword, Paul Cauthen, Sunny Sweeney and Ward Davis.

Alongside his new record deal with Rounder, Jinks has also struck an agreement with Thirty Tigers Records to reissue his back catalog. Now Lifers celebrates the resilience of the human spirit and pays tribute on its title track to the often-overlooked “lifers, the struggling strivers, working long after the day is done… the last of the great generation.”

Jinks is proud of how as a musical “lifer” he has forged his way to stardom on his own terms. “What is success if you can’t wake up everyday being who you really are?” he concludes. “It makes complete sense that I’m at this place in my life. Country music found me when I was young and chased me down as I grew older”

  
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RAY STEVENS
A funny thing happened in Church today! (A)
Multi-platinum recording artist, songwriter and two-time Grammy winner Ray Stevens is celebrating 50 years in the music business this year. With over 25 million albums and over 4 million videos sold throughout his illustrious career, the 11 time Grammy nominee is releasing a new album, “One For The Road,” this Memorial Day Weekend. The album will be exclusive to Pilot Travel Centers throughout the summer then available worldwide this fall.

From his comedy hit, “The Streak” to the socially aware “Mr. Businessman" to his Grammy award winning pop standard “Everything is Beautiful,” Stevens continues to showcase his observant and witty songwriting.

Ray Stevens was born Harold Ray Ragsdale in Clarkdale, Georgia, a small cotton mill town twenty miles north of Atlanta, on January 24, 1939. At six years old while taking piano lessons, Ray had the realization that music would be his life.

At age seventeen while still in high school, Ray made his first trip to Nashville to record his first track,” Silver Bracelet,” at the now historic RCA Studio "B" for Prep Records. It was during this trip that he met Chet Atkins, who was the head of A&R for RCA and a life-long friendship was formed.

Ray returned to Atlanta, finished high school and started college at Georgia Stage University where he studied classical piano and music theory and composition until his junior year when he left to move to Nashville and pursue his music career. In 1962, Ray recorded “Ahab the Arab” which was his first Top 5 pop chart hit. During this time Ray occasionally sang with the Jordanaires and played on sessions for Elvis Presley and other Country and Pop Icons of the era. Several years later Ray would publish, “Way Down,” Elvis' last hit.

After recording hits including “Harry The Hairy Ape” and “Santa Claus Is Watching You,” Ray also focused on producing other artists. Working at Monument Records during that period, Ray produced a newcomer, Dolly Parton.

In 1970, Ray joined Barnaby Records, a label owned by Andy Williams. After performing on Williams' television variety show, he became Barnaby's first contemporary artist. That summer, Ray had the opportunity to host as the summer replacement for the Andy Williams Show on NBC. He needed a hit song for the show and the end result of three days spent in his basement song writing was “Everything Is Beautiful,” which became Ray's first #1 hit on the pop charts and won him his first Grammy for Male Vocalist of the Year.

In 1974 while flying to Los Angeles, Ray read an article about a new fad among college students called 'streaking'. Inspired, he jotted down a few notes when he got home and wrote “The Streak.” It was released five days after Robert Opel snuck onto the 1974 Academy Awards broadcast and streaked across the stage. The incident made front page news and the release of “The Streak” was perfect timing. This was Ray’s second #1 hit on the pop charts.

In 1975 Ray received his second Grammy Award. It was in the Best Arrangement category for the remake of the Erroll Gardner/Johnny Burke classic, “Misty.” One day in the studio while rehearsing his band for an upcoming television appearance they started clowning around with “Misty” using a banjo, fiddle and steel guitar. It sounded good. So good that Ray called his engineer to come in to the studio and two takes later, viola!

From 1979 to 1984 Ray's major hits included “Shriner’s Convention”, inspired from a real experience in a hotel booked full of Shriners, “The Mississippi Squirrel Revival” and “It’s Me Again Margaret.” 1991 brought the opening of his two thousand seat Ray Stevens Theatre in Branson, Missouri. From 1991 to 1993 during the tourist season Ray performed twice a day, six days a week for over 1.6 million fans. Several years later in 2004 and 2005 Ray reopened the show for two more seasons and in 2006 the show closed permanently when Ray sold the theatre.

During his time in Branson, Ray made music videos of several of his greatest hits to liven up the stage show. A true pioneer, Ray released those videos through his own Clyde Records, Inc. in 1992 and made them available for purchase through a mail order/television ad campaign. The release of “Comedy Video Classics” proved very successful selling over two million copies. The release debuted at #1 on the Billboard Music Video Chart and stayed on the chart for 115 weeks. It was named Billboard's Video of the Year. He then released “Ray Stevens Live!” in 1995, a video from the Branson show which sold over a million copies. In 1995 Ray made “Get Serious” a full length movie. It earned platinum status from TV advertising and was released to retail outlets by MCA Records in late 1996. In 2007 Ray decided to record exclusively for his own label, Clyde Records, Inc. Changing it from direct market only to a full service label that would make releases available to retail and for download. Ray felt that the time was right, being that independents are enjoying the same success as large corporate labels. It also allows him control of the timeline in which new recordings are released.

Ray’s genre of music is truly eclectic. It spans pop, country, rock and comedy and it truly is all his own. It's hard to imagine that he has been making us laugh and think for 50 years but time flies when you are having fun

  
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FRANKIE McCLAY
I Aint Got Nothing But The Sun On My Head (S)
Hi Folks, I have to confess I absolutely love this song. A topical, toe tapping,infectious Country rocker from Northern Ireland songster,producer and epic guitar maestro Frankie McClay. I personally cannot stop playing it and looking at the clever video also. So I hope you enjoy it too. Regards, Howard Dee Crean

    Country
Datum: 2018-07-10
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LARISSA TORMEY
The wind on the hill (S)
For the past four years Russian born Larissa Tormey has sung her way into the hearts of Irish, U.K. and worldwide Country fans with her well-chosen, often self-penned songs, endearing smile, positive attitude and that classically trained golden voice. Enjoying her life in rural Ireland having moved there for love in 2001 from the busy city of Moscow to her Irish husband’s farm near Kilbeggan County Westmeath this idyllic lifestyle now gives Larissa a new muse for her writing which is influenced by classical, contemporary, jazz, pop and folk music.

Indeed it was these eclectic influences which were witnessed on her debut album “Perfect as I Am” released in November 2014 quickly followed by a very successful charity Christmas single “Special Christmas” named among the Top 6 Christmas Singles by "The Irish Independent".

In 2015 Larissa was persuaded by her friend, Belfast songwriter BG Pollock, to record her first country single “Only a Woman”. The video premiered on The Hot Country Channel on Sky TV and the Pollock-scribed single found its way onto many station airplay lists on its release.

The collaboration with BG Pollock lead Larissa to her second album her first Country collection "God Loves A Trier" which was released fortuitously on St Patrick’s Day 2017 demonstrating the singer’s musical versatility incorporating some Irish folk music alongside a well-received Country compendium. Contributors to the project included UK steel guitar virtuoso Sarah Jory, a host of Nashville-based musicians gathered by guitarist Daniel Parks, under two producers David McCune, who oversaw her debut album and enlisting the talents of producer Pete Ware whose notable works include the albums of international country singer Charlie Landsborough, Dominic Kirwan and Mary Duff.

The album’s quality announced Larissa’s arrival on the Country music scene resulting in wide media attention and she was the focus of an RTE feature on the popular T.V. show “Nationwide”. At the start of 2018 Larissa received the “Cultural Crossover Country Artist of the Year" accolade at the Sunday World Entertainment Awards. Releasing her new country album in March 2018 "Cowgirls Don't Cry" which kicked off with an immediate hit “Danny boy with Russian Flavour" where she managed to weave into the song her native Russian and English languages! In May 2018 Larissa Tormey was one of the IMRO nominees for the Best Irish Country act at the Irish Post Music Awards joining by fellow country acts Nathan Carter, Cliona Hagan and Derek Ryan

        Country
Datum: 2018-07-09
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BRIAN IANNUCCI
Set fire to this town (S)
From St. Augustine, Florida, Brian Iannucci is a singer/ songwriter with an eclectic musical background. Brian combines aspects of country, pop, and blues to produce a unique sound. As a piano player, Brian brings a different feel to the genre of country music. Brian's lyrics and vocals provide a deep, thoughtful, and entertaining musical experience! Brian has performed with former members of Lynyrd Skynyrd. Brian was produced by Stephen Wrench of Musik and Film

    
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SARA LOU & THE COWBOY
Just stay (S)
Sara Lou and Darren Oliver have a new Single “Just Stay” out on their new CD. It is their first Western CD, but not their first recording. They record and perform Western, Western Swing, and Country as Sara Lou & The Cowboy.

Sara Lou is a “by ear” and classically trained pianist and has a vocal range of close to four octaves. Sara Lou majored in Music with a Piano Performance emphasis in college where she was chosen to be the Baccalaureate pianist at her college graduation. In addition to her music career, Sara Lou is an Appellate Judge in Colorado, but has always found the time to entertain.

Darren Oliver began playing the guitar at age 10 and performing with his father at age 14. His father’s bands opened for many great performers from the past. After finishing school, Darren spent several years playing music on the road and has recorded with several groups. Though his professional life is in sales leadership and business development, he loves entertaining and brining joy to the audiences. His love of music was reinvigorated when he married his first and true love (Sara Lou).

Together they perform as often as possible as Sara Lou & The Cowboy, and both are lifetime members of the International Western Music Association, as well as lifetime members of their local IWMA Colorado Chapter

    
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EMILY SHIELDS
You´re just a country boy (S)
Hi Folks, Some of you may know I have been mentoring the career of young Emily Shields. The now 21 year old multi faceted Northern Ireland singer,musician,fashion model. In doing so I found this recording of her then 17 year old voice. I thought it too good to stay in the drawer so I am sending it out to you as a preparation for the mighty things to come. Regards, Howard Dee Crean

  
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ROGUE
I´m coming back as a dog (S)
Hi Folks, Here is a rare one for you courtesy of Kent "Max " Maxson. This is a band called Rogue and their single "I'm Coming Back as a Dog" . Max was part of the band and due to popular demand has been re distributed so let me lend my weight to it's dispersal. I love it.// Enjoy!! Howard Dee Crean

    
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MR TOM & THE NASHVILLIANS
Anita dreams (S)
Writers: Lonnie C. Ratliff & Thomas Ahlberg

      Country
Datum: 2018-07-01
Label: Westwood International Records

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COLIN PAUL
Blue over you (S)
I so love this country song written by Geoff Taggart and Toni West, Hope you like it. Regards Colin.

  
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
CD Tex (A)
  1. ROBERT RAY: Two steppin´ at a time
    Robert Ray is an aspiring Texas Country Artist from Alice, Tx. At 23 years of age, Robert has released two albums, along with three singles. Of his three singles, his most recent ?Drunk Enough? recently hit #1 on the TRRR. Robert just released ?Two Steppin? At A Time? as his fourth single to radio and second single off of his new album ?Run Away With You?. ?Two Steppin? At A Time? is a mid-tempo love song that tells the love story of two lovers falling more in love with each other every time they dance. ?Two Steppin? At A Time? was written and composed by Robert Ray and produced by Mason Shirley.
  2. ISAAC JACOBS BAND feat. MIKE HARMEIER: The price we gotta pay
    "The Price We Gotta Pay" is a great upbeat tune, with music reminiscent of an old saloon sing along. This is one that will have you tapping your toes as you listen to the lyrics of a singer/songwriters tale of what all it takes "to hear boys you got it made". With each song Isaac pens, his lyrics get deeper and stronger, and this one is a great example of how much he has grown as an artist in just a short time from his first single release until now. The rhythmic beat keeps you enthralled in the story line while the lyrics are perfect at painting the picture of the struggles that an artist goes through to get their music heard. Folks this is country music right here from start to finish!
  3. JON YOUNG: Oh the things I have seen
    Oh The Things I Have Seen? is a song about life and each verse describes real events in Jon?s life or events that he witnessed personally. Jon says he wanted to write a story about the craziness of existence while comforting the listener that no matter how wild it may get, ?This isn?t the End?. In a lucky turn of events, Jon was recording at Melody Mountain Studios during the Rhymes and Vines Festival north of Stephenville and was able to recruit some very talented artists to add harmony vocals. Mike McClure, Randall King, Kaitlin Butts, Kensie Coppin, and Brandon Adams are voices you?ll recognizes on ?Oh The Things I Have Seen?.
  4. CODY JOE HODGES: God, Family & Country
    At a time where the world has become so divisive, this song speaks to the times where we united and became stronger. Cody Joe Hodges, an Army veteran, and one of the writers of this song wanted to write something that would bring people together, and show the strength in unity. With an honest, disarming vocal style, Hodges highlights his ability to kick out smooth vocals with raspy tones adding depth and complexity to his performance
  5. JASON ALLEN: Smooth talkin´ Lady
    Born in Pasadena, TX, as the last of 5 children, Jason Allen and his older siblings were raised on his parents' generation music. Having two #1 hit singles on Texas Radio, with over five singles in the Top Ten and five albums under his belt, Jason is releasing his sixth album, "Here's To You", recorded in Tyler, TX at the famed Rosewood Studios. As a writer on every track of the project, Jason opens his heart to you as the listener and finally feels he has captured his true style as a recording artist. Not only is Jason a touring artist, he is also an accomplished songwriter. He has penned songs for some of the top and newest artists on the scene including Kevin Fowler, Kyle Park, Jon Wolfe, Mario Flores, Gabe Garcia and Jason Cassidy just to name a few
  6. JESSE STRATTON BAND: Finally
    The first single off this album, "Finally", is an ode to the good times in life that often follow the bad. In the vein of Turnpike Troubadours and Robert Earl Keen, "Finally" is a feel-good song that will have listeners tapping their feet until its triumphant ending - "Maybe it took longer than I thought it would, but, finally, I think I'm feeling good"
  7. JORDAN ROBERT KIRK: Pine box
    It?s somewhere between my eulogy and my ?last will and testament?. After a half dozen family members and close friends died in a years? span I realized that dying ain?t cheap. Keeping costs down on funeral expenses is what I joke when I play the song live, and it turned into almost an anthem for life in general as well. Live like you?re gonna die tomorrow, and other cliches that basically mean don?t waste your life. I don?t intend to waste mine, so this song really is my anthem.? Pine Box draws you in with the lyrics and keeps you there with music that mixes country, bluegrass and a touch of Americana all throughout
  8. CALAMITY JANES: Light it up
    This trio of sisters is exactly what comes to mind when you think Texas singer/songwriters- sassy and bold, gritty and clever. With signature three part blood harmonies rooted in church music from their childhood influenced by bluegrass, soul, classic rock and old school country with a big dose of their own ideas about Red Dirt/Texas music and solid song writing, The Calamity Janes have established a style that is truly all their own. After receiving top notch reviews of their debut EP "Roots and Wings" from the Dallas Observer, OneStopCountry out of Nashville and several other notable sources, the Janes burned up the Texas Regional Radio Charts with their first single "One of Those Nights" peaking at #35. Now releasing their sixth radio single, "Light It Up" The Janes are taking the country by storm, blazing a trail all their own and not looking back
  9. PAT WATERS: You ain´t never been to Texas
    From the Album: YOU AIN'T NEVER BEEN TO TEXAS. Written by Roger Springer, Tony Ramey
  10. KENNA DANIELLE: I-35 reason
    Co-Written by Bri Bagwell and Kenna Danielle, I-35 Reasons tells the story of a man who travels southbound to see his mistress; and a lover who has recently realized the truth behind his whereabouts. In the song, Kenna?s pleading vocals and a wailing steel guitar serve to demonstrate the internal struggle within the narrator of the story, who questions whether her lover would?ve pursued the affair had the circumstances prevented him from seeing his mistress. When it?s all said and done, the narrator chooses to leave the infidelity behind, citing her I-35 reas

  
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
Airplay Express June 2018 (A)
  1. KIRK T: I'd Do That If I Were You, Dad
    Written by Marian Lee
  2. RITA FAYE: This flag
    Written by Rita Faye Tanner/Connie Cassell Tuck/Josh Walker
  3. LARRY M. CLARK: From Nashville to El Paso
    Written and Performed by Larry M. Clark
  4. BILLY MAC: Lakeside hideaway
    Written by Bob Dellaposta / Stephonie Seekell
  5. "BIG" AL TRAYNOR: Dad
    Written by Allan Traynor

  
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JACK TAYLOR
Three more days (S)
Jack Taylor was born and raised in West Texas before eventually moving to the DFW, Texas area where he and his brothers played the nightclub circuit in a lot of bands from the past, which included a southern concert tour with ZZ Top, a concert appearance with Leonard Skynard, J. Geils Band, Robin Trower, Eric Bourdon, Brownsville Station, as well as many other headlining acts of that period

    
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ROB KNOWLTON (RAILROAD ROB)
Leaving on that train southbound (S)
Meet RailRoad Rob…( the same Rob Knowlton) with a new image and music that Comes from the heart and the soul… Growing up in Richmond IL, living close to the trains..Hearing that whistle blow ….Rob loved being around and hanging out with some of the Hobo’s as they camped and fished… This album captures some of those special moments with train songs, bluegrass and traditional country music.. including his self penned title cut “Leaving On That Train Southbound” Kick back and get ready to enjoy this great album !

  
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WILLIE CARVER
Life without you (S)
Meet Willie Carver... March 18, a few years ago, Willie first saw day-light, the son of a Pearson, Georgia farmer. He and his wife Connie live in Tifton, Georgia. Willie grew up loving country music and was inspired early on to sing and form his own band ... In past years most every Saturday night in Nashville -- Nashville, Georgia that is ... you could find Willie at the VFW club singing to a packed house ...his many fans listening to Willie sing with that smooth, deep, soul-touching delivery that would keep them wanting more.. Willie has entertained audiences all over Georgia and the Southeast United States, for many years now and still going strong...also, has opened shows for many major stars such as Moe Bandy, Conway Twitty, and many more.

I first had the pleasure of meeting Willie back in the early 70's when we were both booked on the same package show along with recording artist Tanya Tucker, Joe Stampley and Jack Barlow, doing several shows in south Georgia with this package. Willie and I have remained friends from that time on and have worked many shows together throughout the years…

A few years back, I had the pleasure of producing an album on Willie here in Nashville...since then we have released several songs to Radio stations here in the US & overseas which have all made it on the national charts including "In The Back Of My Mind" "I'm Goin' Two Steppin' Tonight" "Friday Night" "Timeless" and Goin' Home's Been A Long Time Comin""

Willie is still active in the business and loves to sing and be around his fans... Also, we are currently working together on a new album and will be looking forward to having some more songs out to Radio very soon…

  
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BOBBY G. RICE
A place in your heart (S)
Bobby G. Rice is proof that music is a universal language. The legendary singer-songwriter struck success with a string of pop hit remakes in the early 70s that drew in country crowds, leading to 30 Billboard Chart hits, numerous awards and over four decades of entertaining.

2017 marks the 45th anniversary of the Bobby G. Rice smash number one hit, “You Lay So Easy On My Mind.” As the performer and songwriter, Rice earned CMA nominations for single and album of the year, as well as male vocalist of the year in 1973. And once again, stretching musical genres, Rice was further honored when such notable names as Loretta Lynn, Conway Twitty Roy Orbison, David Houston, Kitty Wells, Jerry Springer, Bill Anderson’s Po’ Boys Band, Pat Boone and Andy Williams all recorded his signature song, “You Lay So Easy on My Mind.”

The mild-mannered artist developed his passion for music as a child on his family’s own radio show. His popularity quickly spread beyond his native state of Wisconsin with the 1970 revivals of the Jimmy Gilmore pop classic, “Sugar Shack” and Bruce Channel’s, “Hey Baby” followed by his versions of standards “Mountain Of Love” and “Suspicion.”

Bobby G. Rice’s smooth vocal styling placed more songs on the Billboard Top 10 Chart, including “You Give Me You,” “Write Me A Letter” and “Freda Comes, Freda Goes.” “Pick Me Up On Your Way Down” and “My Special Angel” also hit the charts for Rice.

Bobby G. Rice’s achievements led to some historical stages. Rice performed on the Grand Ole Opry, the WWVA Wheeling Jamboree, the Ralph Emery Show, Nashville Now, the Ernest Tubb Midnite Jamboree, Midwest Country, The Bill Anderson TV Show, The Wilburn Brothers TV Show, The Ronnie Prophet TV Show (Toronto Canada BBC) and the Dean Martin replacement show Music Country USA on NBC.

As an entertainer, Bobby G. Rice continues to explore the latest outlets with the release of his music video, “Is This The Way You Say Goodbye.” Rice also continues to record, write songs and tour with the same motto he started with, “It’s all about the fans and giving them good music.”

  
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DAVID LIVINGSTON
He is worthy (S)
Hi, this is Talisha from Savannah, Georgia in the USA. Your friend at Lo Records Radio Promotions. Thank you for playing in heavy rotation He Is Worthy by David Livingston. We at Lo Records are so grateful.

  
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JASE LANSKY
Drunk every Sunday (S)
'Drunk Every Sunday' is the 5th release from Australian country artist Jase Lansky. This self-penned song, lifted from his award winning album 'Rip it up!', is a heartfelt country-rock ballad that reflects on life and the struggles that come up in every day relationships. ‘Drunk Every Sunday’ highlights the need to appreciate the ones you love, what you have, and where you are.

Jase says: "I wrote this song as a reminder to myself to never get 'lost' again. And with the track title being more of a metaphor rather than a statement, I am hoping it may resonate for its various meanings."

Jase Lansky is an Australian independent country rock artist, singer, and songwriter, raised in the southern parts of Tasmania. He has developed his own style of country music over a number of years of performing and writing songs and has played everywhere between Hobart and Hamilton Island and internationally from Bali to Nashville. As a rock artist his passion for country was born when touring the southern states of America. From finally discovering the emotional depths of this genre, an amazing personal inner experience hit and changed his whole musical dynamic in one single Memphis moment.

Having fronted rock and contemporary bands, as well as duos throughout his musical existence, his path has taken him onto a solo journey into the world of country music. This journey recently led him to experience the musical depths of Nashville Tennessee where he recorded his debut album ‘Rip it up!’.

Four singles from this album have been released in Australia to date, with all four enjoying chart success both here and overseas. ‘Rip It Up’ the single, was released in May 2017 and topped the Australian Country Music Charts at Number 22, the International Mainstream Country Music Charts at Number 5, and local charts at Number 7. ‘Ain’t Thinking About Monday’ was released in late July 2017 and reached an amazing Number 4 in the Australian Country Music Charts. ‘Back To Blue’ was released in November 2017 and come in at a staggering Number 5, while ‘Baby You’re The Right One’ debuted March 2018 and complimented this awesome run, topping the charts at Number 7.

'Rip it up!' the album has had a great run of successful single releases and we are positive 'Drunk Every Sunday' and its stunning video is sure to follow suit

      Country
Datum: 2018-06-23
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MARTY DENTON
I wanna love you (S)
I am happy to release this new song. Guess I've written in most every genre, a little modern country. Hope you enjoy the new one. Hope you can consider for airplay. Thanks so much. Marty

  
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JORDAN MOGEY
Hold On To That Thought (S)
I have great pleasure attaching the new single from 23 year old singer songwriter Jordan Mogey titled HOLD ON TO THAT THOUGHT. The track is from Jordan's forthcoming album LOVE LOVIN' YOU to be released later in the Summer. I hope you will give the song, co written by Jordan , Gerald Smith and Kent Maxson the airplay this pure Country song deserves

  
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JEFF CLAYBORN
Caddy in campground (S)
The Man, the Mystery, the Hat -- Jeff Clayborn subscribes to a brand of organic country that can't be replicated or altered. A Texas tumbleweed with down-home roots, Jeff Clayborn sports southern swagger from his signature low-brimmed cap to his cowboy boots. "Caddy in the Campground" will follow the successful debut of his boot-stomping anthem, "Good Bar Attender," which broke into the Texas Regional Radio Chart Top 40 and is still climbing. Now, audiences across the country can experience the warm-hearted charisma of Clayborn when "Caddy in the Campground" makes its impact July 9th!

    
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SARA LOU & REX ALLEN, Jr
You Are The One Of My Dreams (S)
Rex Allen Jr. has a new CD due out in July. It is his first duet album, “SARA LOU AND REX ALLEN JR.” with a new singer to the World of Western Music, Sara Lou. The first single, “You Are The One Of My Dreams” penned by Rex, is a new Western love song for all Western Music listeners worldwide.

Sara Lou is a “by ear” and classically trained pianist and has a vocal range of close to four octaves. Sara Lou is an Appellate Judge in Colorado, but has always found the time to entertain. As a lifetime member of the IWMA, she brings voice to Western Music listeners around the world. As for Rex Allen Jr., he is still…. just Rex!

  
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KENT MAXSON
Six Strings Away From My Dreams (S)
The Story Behind, “Six Strings Away From My Dreams” - Randy Finchum played me a song he had written one night and asked me what I thought of it. I told him that it was a good song but he had missed the hook. Buried in his song was the line, “I’m six strings away from my dreams.” I asked him if he would want to write a new song and make that line the pay off (or hook) line. Thankfully Randy agreed. We spent a couple of writing sessions getting it right. I LOVE THIS SONG. For me, this captures the good side of the music business. Songwriters and musicians are dreamers. We dream of our music being heard and making a difference in someone’s life. When I play this for an audience of songwriters in Nashville they always tell me that Randy and I captured what it is like playing at a Writer’s Round or small club and trying to make a living in music. I felt this was the perfect song to close out my album, “Will Write Songs For Food.”

      Country
Datum: 2018-06-19
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
Winter Records Mixtape, vol. 2 (A)
Winter Records is proud to announce our new radio distribution system 'Winter Records Mixtape'. 'Winter Records Mixtape' is a monthly distribution system for country music that sends artist's tracks to Music Row, Grass Roots, community and all reporting stations in the USA and Australia. This new system will allow instant access to new music fresh out of Music City. At the same time, it will give new up and coming artists a chance to be heard at the fraction of the price of traditional and outdated delivery methods. It gives me great pleasure to present to you Volume #2
  1. JAMES AND EMMA: Rainstorm
  2. C4: Jimmy´s Party
  3. ZACH ZURCHER: My buddy Jack

  
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MICHAEL LUSK
  1. Calling it a day
  2. Upon that beautiful wall

In February 1969 I lost one of my childhood friends in Vietnam. He was Marine Lance Corporal E.G. "Chuck" Mays, Jr. Chuck is on the Vietnam Memorial Wall. Every year since 1969 I have gone out and put flags and cleaned around his resting place. I say this not to boast but I promised that he would never be forgotten. My son, daughter, and grandkids will take over one day because I told them his story and they have been with me several times. This is my latest release "Upon that Beautiful Wall." - Michael Lusk - Marty Denton writer BMI. We hope you will listen and consider for airplay. May God bless you and your families. Thanks very much. Marty

  
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
CRS vol.208 (A)
  1. KYLIE ADAMS-COLLIER: Montevideo Maru 1942
    Kylie penned her tribute after visiting the Australian War Memorial in 2015 with her son. They found a Montevideo Maru exhibit mentioning Kylie’s grandfather, Harry Adams as one of the civilians who drowned on the POW ship. After recording with LINDSAY WADDINGTON early 2017, Kylie attended a Papua New Guinea Association of Australia AGM. As fate would have it, she was invited to perform her song, ‘MONTEVIDEO MARU 1942’, at the 75th Anniversary services in Rabaul, 22 June 2017 and at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra on 1 July 2017. The unmarked Japanese prison ship, Montevideo Maru, was sunk by an American submarine off the Philippines on July 1, 1942 and more than 1000 Australian soldiers and civilians perished. It remains Australia's worst - and least known - maritime disaster
  2. BEC HANCE: Everyday TV reality shows
    It’s been almost 4 years since a release of a BEC HANCE solo album, with the much anticipated “PHILOSOPHIES” due for release in early July 2018. The quirky Aussie singer songwriter returns with the first single of her forthcoming album, “EVERYDAY TV REALITY SHOWS”, which questions today’s Australian TV viewing vs. yesteryear. Bec classes herself as a modern Australiana style country music artist and has been nominated consecutively in Bush Ballad for Golden Guitar in 2013 + 2014 with many other accolades and nominations since her Star Maker grand final appearance in 2009
  3. TOM CURTAIN (feat. SARA STORER): Speak up
    Amy “Dolly” Everett was the victim of bullying and ended her young life at just 14 years of age. ‘SPEAK UP’ was inspired by the words Dolly penned before she took her own life; “Speak even if your voice shakes”. Tom, also from Katherine NT, wanted to raise awareness about bullying and the devasting impacts it leaves behind. He wrote the song with GARTH PORTER, who donated his studio and time and recorded the track in Sydney with renowned country music artist SARA STORER. TED HOWARD, the sound engineer also donated his time and expertise to the cause. Tom organised two schools in Western Australia (where he was touring at the time), Pinjarra Primary School and Pinjarra Senior High School to be involved in the film clip and audio recording of the song. Pinjarra Primary School students can be heard on the recording of the SPEAK UP track and we think you would agree, they did an amazing job! Dolly’s Dream has been established by her family and friends in her memory and will work to create positive change and help prevent the lives of other children being lost, and act as a voice for those who cannot speak for themselves. All proceeds from the sale of ‘Speak Up’ will go directly to Dolly’s Dream. Speak Up can be purchased online or at…
  4. SUSAN LILY: Tough as Geranium
    Participating in the 2015 Semaphore Songs Project extended SUSAN LILY as a songwriter. Mentored by John Baker of the Baker Suite, TOUGH AS GERANIUM was born. Every place has its difficult times and Port Adelaide is no exception. It’s tenacious and tough, though, like the Geraniums that grow wild in the streets of the area. A child of the outback, SUSAN LILY has always loved this colourful flower and was delighted to discover them in the Port. Produced by ANTHONY STEWART from Red Brick Music (THE SHERRAHS) this song features a soft and enticing rhythm, a taste of the sea, and years gone by. Nostalgia and contemporary life all mixed into a song you can dance to or simply kick back and enjoy
  5. CHRIS CALLAGHAN: The oldest new tallent
    CHRIS CALLAGHAN is a singer, songwriter and entertainer, with an extensive and successful history in the Australian country music scene. He has performed to a wide range of audiences, both nationally and internationally, delivering musical versatility with an easy listening voice and a down to earth sense of humour. “THE OLDEST NEW TALENT is a song I wrote in response to the realisation that should I be fortunate enough to win the Golden Guitar in the Best New Talent category at Tamworth, I would be the Oldest New Talent. Then the rules for entry changed so that only two attempts were allowed, and I became ineligible as I had already entered that category many times. It dawned on me that maybe this song could fit in the comedy category. My dream is to receive a nomination for 2019 in the comedy section, and if successful in winning that elusive Golden Guitar, to perform the song live on the night of the awards presentation ceremony..”I’d like to thank my mum…”
  6. DALE DUNCAN: Diamantina coming down
    DIAMANTINA COMING DOWN, written by MANFRED VIJARS AND NORMA O’HARA MURPHY, is the third single released to radio from Dale’s sensational multi-award-winning album, ‘WHAT COUNTRY’S ALL ABOUT’. The Diamantina River catchment is located in South West Queensland and covers an area of approximately 119,000 square kilometres. After years of drought the heavens opened and the Diamantina River started to flood. This is a very descriptive song, with evocative lyrics and melody clearly illustrating the beauty of the Diamantina River flooding, with the story being told by Dale, set to a ‘foot-tapping’ tempo which puts the listener right there in the picture. Just imagine the joy on the kids’ faces when the huge rains created new playgrounds for them. Little children so excited they are screaming, so delighted they always will be grateful with the Diamantina coming down
  7. VANESSA BOURNE: I love you way too much to say goodbye
    VANESSA BOURNE has yet again written another song from the heart and this time has co-written it with CURT RYLE while making sure it’s got that pure ‘Country’ sound. Like many of Vanessa’s songs this one tugs at the heart in a very beautiful way by keeping the emotion of ‘love’ real. Vanessa would like to thank all the radio stations that add her songs to their playlist. She humbly thanks the ‘Tasmanian Independent Country Music Awards’ for inviting her to sing in October this year
  8. SHOW PONY EXPRESS: Make a wish come true
    Tamworth Duo, SHOW PONY EXPRESS (SAMANTHA BELLAMY and RAY PRATLEY), have teamed up with LINDSAY WADDINGTON, of Kross Kut Records, to produce "MAKE A WISH COME TRUE" to raise funds and awareness for Make-A-Wish Australia and what they do for sick kids and their families. Proceeds from the purchase of this recording are being donated to Make-A-Wish Australia. Chasing Summer Photography have also produced a video for the song available to view on YouTube. The song is available via downloads at online stores or CDs purchased directly from www.showponyexpress.com.au, www.krosskutrecords.com.au or at shows. SHOW PONY EXPRESS will be touring Australia with their "Country For Kids Tour" commencing August 2018 and concluding January 2019. Samantha and Ray will endeavour to call into as many radio stations as possible during their tour of NSW, QLD, VIC and TAS
  9. MICHELLE RUSSELL: If we could return
    MICHELLE RUSSELL was born and raised in Canley Vale NSW and currently resides in country South Coast, Bega. The mother of 4 has won numerous vocal quests on the talent quest circuit and now steps into the professional arena. After launching her Debut Album, ‘RESTLESS HEART’ in January this year, Michelle now announces the release of her third single, ‘IF WE COULD RETURN’. This song was co-written with SHAZA LEIGH and is one that Michelle holds close to her heart. ‘IF WE COULD RETURN’ is about not being able to go back to her childhood home. Michelle’s family home was torn down and, in its place, now stands a double brick home. She dreams about returning one last time and feeling the love that she had back then. A true emotional journey that many can relate to.
  10. AMBER JOY POULTON: In your wildest dreams
    By far AMBER JOY POULTON's most personal song yet. IN YOUR WILDEST DREAMS is the "empty nesters" "so long but don't forget me" prayer written as positive guidance for Amber's sons. A parent's hope is that their children never hold back & strive to be the best they can be & this inspiring & heartfelt song is a message for parents & teenagers everywhere. It was written by Amber in a reflective moment & never to see the light of day but when Producer SAM HAWKSLEY came across the thoughtful lyrics he insisted on hearing the song & it was straight into the final 11 songs for her latest Nashville recorded album, HOW IT USED TO BE
  11. MARK FITZSUMMONS: Sealed with a tear
    After connecting with Little Red Wagon studios to create his debut album, BITTER SWEET, MARK FITZSUMMONS has continued to receive airplay around the world through digital and independent country radio. Mark has enjoyed chart success with a number of songs reaching the Top 40, including having a No:1 Holiday hit in 2017. Mark has also been recognized as a songwriter, including being voted in the Top 10 of Australian songwriters in the 2016 ASA awards. The concept for the album, BITTER SWEET, was to create a real life. One not content to survive in a safe haven of grey but filled with darkness and light, happiness and tears. SEALED WITH A TEAR is the perfect swan song for the album as Mark moves towards the development of new music, a new sound, and a fresh start
  12. KORA NAUGHTON: Ride or die
    ‘RIDE OR DIE’ is the brand new single from rising Australian star, KORA NAUGHTON. “I wrote this song about taking chances, doing things you’re afraid of and living life to the fullest” And this 16 year old knows a thing or two of doing just that! Turning to music just two years ago, after being diagnosed with a spinal cord condition, Kora is giving music her all, having taught herself to play guitar and then shifting to the art of writing original songs. Named the 2017 Southern Stars Rising Female Artist, Kora recently hit the top of the charts with her hit single, ‘I DON’T WANNA GROW UP’. ‘RIDE OR DIE’ is also the title track off her upcoming debut album, which is in its final stages with producer ROD MOTBEY of Tracking Dog Studios. This album is a collection of all original songs from the pen of this exciting young artist and is due for release in July..
  13. DAN HIGGINS: The Hand
    DAN HIGGINS, the singer/songwriter from Nowendoc NSW, presents his latest single release, THE HAND. Recorded at ENREC studios, THE HAND features PIXIE JENKINS on violin and KATE HOLLINGSWORTH on backing vocals. “This is an uplifting song about the hard times people often face throughout their lives. It shares that there are always better days ahead and a friendly hand to support us along the way” says Dan. Music has always been in Dan’s family and his passion for country and folk music gave him the urge to start writing and performing original music. In 2016 he turned his dream into reality and released his debut single, HOME FOR ME, co-written with LAWRIE MINSON. Dan hopes that THE HAND will touch listeners’ hearts and encourage them to realise that they are never alone
  14. KAREN CRAIGIE: Lonely town
    LONELY TOWN is the lead out single from MOUNTAINS OF GOLD, the third album release for multi award-winning songwriter, KAREN CRAIGIE. Originating from Sydney, Australia , Karen has been song-writing, recording and singing since she was a child. She has released singles and albums under numerous monikers, writing and co-writing songs for dozens of artists and for her own catalogue. Karen’s music has been featured in film and on TV, and has enjoyed International radio play, widespread in-store rotation across Europe and America, and solid award recognition. Written and recorded at Love Hz Studios, MOUNTAINS OF GOLD is a powerful combination of stunning lyrics and heartfelt vocals, delivered with the signature slick production of Golden Guitar-winning producer, MATT FELL
  15. STEPHEN BRADY: Let love take you back again
    STEPHEN, from BRADY, STEWART, GREEN & YOUNG, recorded a solo album, ADRIFT, on which he was joined by several friends and proud to include contributions from the likes of BILL CHAMBERS, STUIE FRENCH, DAVE ELLIS, DOUG GALLACHER, KEVIN BENNETT, GARY STEELE, CHRIS HAIGH, MICK ALBECK, JIM CONWAY, JIM HOKE, WANDA VICK, HARRY STINSON, ANDY LEFTWICH, JENNY MARIE LANG, VICTORIA BAILLIE, BARBARA BAILLIE, KAREN O’SHEA, BEC WILLIS and CHRISTINE WHEELER. On LET LOVE TAKE YOU BACK AGAIN, written by TIM O’BRIEN, Stephen is joined, on harmony, by SANDRA YOUNG and together they present the plaintive lyrics which portray the difficulties and emotional roadblocks encountered by couples attempting to navigate the uncertain terrain of love, intimacy and relationships. ANDY LEFTWICH (Mandola), STUIE FRENCH (Guitar), BILL CHAMBERS (Lap Steel) and GARRY STEELE (Piano) interweave delicately throughout the song and provide a superb musical backdrop for the insightful lyrics..

  
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DON WALKER
Barnyard swing (S)
ASCAP Recording Artist Don Walker has opened shows for John Michael Montgomery, Ricky Scaggs and was a touring band member for Country Music Hall of Fame Star Hank Thompson . Don shows his passion for writing and performing fun and upbeat music with his newest single "Barnyard Swing" from his album "Long Gone". "Barnyard Swing" features Paul Anastasio on fiddle who was a touring member with Asleep at the Wheel, Merle Haggard, Larry Gatlin, and Loretta Lynn and a former student of Joe Venuti.

    
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LINDA LEE
  1. Runaway train
  2. Mirror, Mirror on the Wall

"Runaway train" is written by Lonnie C. Ratliff and Thomas Hans Altberg. "Mirror Mirror on the Wall" has songwriters Lonnie C. Ratliff & Arlene Faith Baird-Kortbright

    
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BÅRD CHRISTIANSEN
You can always count on me (S)
Bård Christiansen er klar for å utgi singel nummer to fra det kommende albumet ”Hard Working Man” som er slippes i august. I mai slapp Bård låten ”Jenny O” og har allerede blitt fanget opp av blant annet NRK P1 og Radio Rock. Christiansen har fått med seg blant annet fast Stjernekamp-gitarist Terje Kjørlaug, som også har vært med å arrangere låta. Den faste gitaristen til Ingebjørg Bratland og Odd Norstoga, Øyvind Blomstrøm, er med på pedal steel og setter med det et moderne preg på det hele. ”You Can Always Count On Me” er også produsert av Christer Knutsen som har jobbet tett med blant annet Sivert Høyem opp igjennom de siste årene.

”You can always count on me ble skrevet til min eldste sønn. Den handler om å måtte være fra hverandre, savne hverandre, men allikevel vite at man alltid har hverandre. Låta er også en hyllest til min egen far, som alltid var der for meg og viste meg veien til hvordan man skal være en bra pappa.” – Bård Christiansen

Bård har tidligere blant annet toppet NRK Urørt med singelen ”You Will Fit” og varmet opp for Blackberry Smoke på Rockefeller. Navnet Bård Christiansen er heller ikke et ukjent navnt på bortebane. Han har nemlig spilt tre ganger på festivalen “Stadtfest Oldenburg”, og blitt A-listet på tysk radio med to av sine singler; ”You and I” og ”I Wanna Know Ya”.

Bård Christiansen - vokal, Terje Kjørlaug - akustisk gitar, Øyvind Blomstrøm: - pedal steel

    
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TODD SOUHRADA
  1. Get a little love
  2. I want to go home

" Souhrada Country" Voted "Honky Tonk CD of the Year " by the Rural Roots Music Commission of Fremont Nebraska May of 2018. Award to be given at the 43rd Annual National Old Time Music Festival October 6th 2018

  
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KENNY MUNSHAW
Chuck (S)
Kenny Munshaw is an artist from the country Canada. He is a regular at the Savannah Theater in Savannah, Georgia. Kenny is such an accomplished artist that the theater fly’s him back and forth to Canada each week to perform at the theater. Kenny really does a great job on this song CHUCK

    
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
TSP´s Country & Americana vol.177 (A)
  1. DAVID McLACHLAN: Find you there
  2. DIFF & DUDLEY: Could we fall in love again
  3. JIM BOHN: Treacherous heart
  4. K.A. PATTERSON & THE PARADISE BAD (featuring IKE & AMBER): Things we lose
  5. JOHN McLEOD: Love echoes
  6. KEVIN BEADLES: I can´t hang with you anymore
  7. REAFAN HUDSON: Honky tonk side
  8. CAMERON MALLOY: Blue heart at midnight
  9. GLENN SHAYNE (featuring SONGCAT): All tied up
  10. JEFF WARREN JOHNSTON: El Toro
  11. JOHN McLEOD: Razor wire
  12. PHIL COLEY: Someone
  13. JEFF WARREN JHNSTON: That woman
  14. VANESSA LaVOIE: Drop that G
  15. ALLAN MARKIN: Golden years
  16. MIKE WELLS: The All Blues
  17. JD JOHNSTON: Don´t walk away
  18. JACK TAYLOR: Words in red
  19. DAVID WALL (GEORGE WELLS): An old rock ´n´ roller
  20. SLIM ANDREWS: Autumn of our lives

  
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KEELAN
When Big Tom McBride sang gentle mother (S)
Attached Please find great new single from Ireland’s new country star Keelan “When Big Tom…Sang Gentle Mother” We would appreciate your help in promoting his new single Enjoy!

    
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TRENT AGECOUTAY
Now and...Then
My name is Trent Agecoutay and I am a singer/songwriter based in Edmonton, AB Canada. I'd like to introduce myself and my brand new album Now and...Then. I started playing music with my Dad's band Duster, and we recorded 2 albums together which received nominations at the 2012 Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards, and 2012 Native American Music Awards for Best Country Recording and Best Duo or Group. My first solo album, ‘I Don’t Regret a Thing (2014),’ received the Best Country Recording Awardat the 2015 Indian Summer Music Awards. In February of this year I released my brand new album Now and...Then.

I released the first single "Kokum's Stories" back in March and the song has been well recieved by radio. Kokum's Stories is a very special song, I was able to use old video footage to extract my Kokum Agnes's voice, and include in the intro and outro of the song. Kokum? Kokum is the word for Grandmother in my grandmother's language, from the Saulteaux people. My Kokum Agnes was the eldest child of Paul and Madeline Acoose and was born in 1911 on Sakimay First Nation in southern SK. She was the strongest human being I've ever known and I miss her everyday. I hope you have a listen and consider adding Kokum's Stories to your playlist. My next single is called Dad's Guitar. I plan to release that song in two weeks time

      
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SLIM ANDREWS
Autumn of our lives (S)
Attached is a release from Slim Andrews for your airplay consideration. "Autumn Of Our Lives" was written by Slim several years ago as a token of his love for his wife, Carole Ann. They were married in 2002, and this year marks the 16th anniversary of their wedding. Slim had lost his wife, Gini, in 2001, and Carole Ann had been without her husband for several years. Because of their ages, neither one of them ever thought they would marry again, but it happened that they came together at a show in which Slim was performing and the two became introduced and found each other. Every word in the song is true. "Autumn Of Our Lives" went on to win a "First Place" award in songwriting from the Pine Tree State Country Music Association of Maine.

Love is "a many splendored thing," and what a blessing it was for Slim and Carole Ann to find each other at an advanced age 16 years ago. Both are in their 80's today, and best wishes go out to them as they continue to sail the seas of old age together. Slim turns 87 on June 14. Slim was in the hospital recently for minor cancer treatment, and Carole Ann spent a few days in the same hospital, "St. Mary's in Lewiston, ME, for pneumonia. Both are now back home and feeling fine, and I'm very happy to share that good news with you

    Country
Datum: 2018-06-06
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
Liva Music Compilation,May-June 2018 (A)
  1. NEEDLE & SALT: Waiting
    I already sent you the first single from my newest project that call "Needle & Salt". Our newest single calls "Waiting". I hope you'll like it
  2. FRASER NEWCOMBE: Small business man
  3. TONY TRUE: How great thou art
  4. FRASER NEWCOMBE: Halifax Harbour clean up
  5. TONY TRUE: Just a closer walk with Thee
  6. MIKE FAHEY: The truck came with a boy
  7. MIKE FAHEY: Tribute to wheeling jamboree

  
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JONESY
I guess I´ll miss the horses (S)
We are so excited to announce new music from Australia's Glenn Jones better known as "Jonesy". "I Guess I'll Miss the Horses" is the first single off his new album "Jonesy - Every Day's Australia Day" due for release Mid June 2018. As one of our loyal friends and supporters, we are pleased to be able to offer you access to the new song "I Guess I'll Miss the Horses" for radio airplay in advance!

    
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
Country Americana - Star1 Records (A)
  1. MARIE CHABOT: No trespassing
  2. JOE RICE: Rough around the edges
  3. RICHARD LYNCH: Worth saving
  4. ROSS KENNEDY: Greatest
  5. GINA ROODE: I wanna find you
  6. TONY WATSON: Someone to hold

  
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ELDON HUNT
Walking In A Lonesome Morning Rain (S)
Writers: Lonnie C. Ratliff & Thomas Hans Ahlberg

      Country
Datum: 2018-06-03
Label: Lonnie Ratliff Promo

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KATE RUSSELL
  1. You oughta know by now
  2. Dynamite

Hi Goran, Here is the new KATE RUSSELL presentation . Please give this your careful attention as we believe Kate is an artist who deserves to be heard. She has been receiving great reviews in the USA and UK recently! The current focus tracks are Dynamite and You Ought To Know By Now

    
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
Nashville Radio Promotions - Spring 2018 (A)
  1. DAVE YOUNGER: Liquid assets
  2. RICH SITHER: One song at a time
  3. MICHAEL LUSK: Ms. Colby
  4. DAVE YOUNGER: Empty bottles
  5. T.J. SPARKS: Georgia twist
  6. RED IDLE REJECTS: Song for Florence
  7. T.J. SPARKS: Back to you

  
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ERIN HAY
I´m a cracker barrel connoisseur (S)
Writers: Lonnie C. Ratliff & Ronnie Scheuerman

    Country
Datum: 2018-05-31
Label: Westwood International Records

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BLANDADE ARTISTER
CD Tex (A)
  1. VINCE HATFIELD: I honestly love you
    Written by Peter Allen and Jeff Barry
  2. TODD STERLING: Sunshine good time summer time
    Sunshine Good Time Summer Time? is the second single from Country-Rock singer-songwriter Todd Sterling's sophomore album, Pawnshop Guitar: A Poet's Prayer. The followup to the critically acclaimed single ?69 Chevy,? a song that garnered airplay in Canada, the USA, Europe and Australia, ?Sunshine Good Time Summer Time? finds Sterling heading to the lake to celebrate the sunny season with girl. The elastic track will stir memories in the hearts of music lovers of hot days and spirited summer nights
  3. MATT & THE HERDSMEN: Hello heartache
    This classic Honky-Tonk two-stepper is driven by pedal steel, guitar and fiddle and tells the story of running into an ex at a local dance hall. We all know that coming off a fresh break-up isn't easy, especially if you were the one on the receiving end. Just when you think you have your life back together, "Hello Heartache" sums up what its like when that ex walks right in with their friends and no amount of liquid courage can prepare you for fighting the urge to not wake up in their bed
  4. DERRYL PERRY: Lone star summer
    The heart of a troubador and the soul of a songwriter are both easy to please and hard to keep satisfied. Derryl Perry is one Texan that has to both stay on the road in a high energy stage enviroment and also grind to keep rendering those precious private and introspective glimpses of the artist's take on life. Derryl and his band, The Lonesome Devils, are both telling and living the story and has shared the stage with acts like Aaron Watson, the Randy Rogers Band, Casey Donahue and the Josh Abbott Band. Derryl's latest single release to radio, the self-penned ?Lone Star Summer,? is all about the rewards of a spicy hot summer that only true Texans can identify with as a first hand experience. As a Texan, he is deeply rooted in the dancehall approach to music, and it shines in his productions as well.
  5. THE GREAT DIVIDE: Bound to be there soon
    The Great Divide have long been considered pioneers of the Red Dirt music movement and 2018 brings a brand-new chapter to their book. Celebrating 25 years, The Great Divide are set to release new music which will accompany a greatest hits album. ?Bound To Be There Soon?, a brand-new song, will lead the way by impacting radio May 2018. Many reunion shows are already planned or in the works across Oklahoma, Texas, and the Midwest. So be sure to join The Great Divide this summer in celebration of their 25th anniversary
  6. RANDY OVERTON: The Fallen
    The Fallen is a tribute to those who serve and sacrifice for our liberties. This is to let them know someone is always watching over them as well
  7. MARK POWELL: Keep it country
    With the recent release of his 5th studio album, ?Breaking Things?, Mark Powell is quickly leaving a footprint bigger than Texas, encapsulating a modern spice to traditional country music. The unique blend of authentic lyrics, vocal hints of Geroge Strait, versatility as an accomplished musician, and unsurpassed showmanship as an entertainer, Mark Powell is gaining international success as an independent singer and songwriter. As a 2nd generation professional musician, his father, Bishop, taught him the value of hard work in the music business. This hard work has lead to performing on some of the world?s largest stages and most elite songwriting rooms. Mark has written with the likes of hit songwriters: Dean Dillon, Bubba Strait, Jeff Hyde, Walt Aldridge, and many more. 16 other music artists have cut Mark?s songs, with 4 landing on the charts.
  8. DANNY RAY HARRIS: Hello beer
    Written by Cory Lee Barker
  9. AMY HOLDEN: Best
    Amy Holden is a Singer-Songwriter from the Piney Woods of East Texas. She began singing in church choir and school talent shows as a young child. Since beginning her career as a singer/songwriter Amy has performed in countless venues including the Dallas State Fair, The House of Blues, and the Blue Bird Cafe. This spring Amy became the number 1 artist on ReverbNation locally, nationally, and globally with her Debut EP Where I Begin. After moving to Nashville as a teenager, Amy developed a passion for playing the guitar and songwriting. For many years she has been mentored by songwriting proficient, John Defoore. Since the start of her career, Amy has been able to share her original music with thousands around the world. She has written hundreds of songs since discovering her love of songwriting, and continues to write daily, considering it to be an ever-evolving craft. Her musical style has been compared to leading country acts such as Carrie Underwood, Sara Evans, and Martina McBride
  10. BRIANA ADAMS: Gone
    Plenty of praise was handed out to Briana Adams during her debut radio tour in 2017. Texas/Red Dirt radio quickly learned that she was a down to earth, hardworking, fun loving girl from Winchester, Texas who had a big voice. And man, could she sing. Briana?s newly released single is about the frustrations of being in a relationship that?s not going anywhere. ?Gone? is an upbeat tune about the decision to move on from a person in her life and highlights just how powerful her voice really is.
  11. JADE MARIE PATEK: Dead flowers
    This song is the empowering message that no one can take your happiness away from you. Only YOU control your life and feelings. Keep moving forward no matter what tries to set you back
  12. JEFF JACOBS BAND: Having to much fun
    Jeff Jacobs Band third single is one of the most popular live songs. How better to release but in a live version! This song is a staple in their live show and and gets everyone charged and having too much fun
  13. DARREN MORRIS BAND: Preacher man
    Darrin Morris; "This is a song that I wrote about my Dads life and the legacy he left behind for his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. It is true RED DIRT TEXAS, Thank you Dad for showing us how to live and teaching us the truth. I will see you again!"
  14. ANNIE ROST: Texas hospitality
    Meet Annie Rost. With her incredibly welcoming voice and friendly demeanor, she is the perfect embodiment of SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY! Annie picked up a guitar at the age of 12, and taught herself how to play so that she could share her love of music with others. Her journey, this far, has helped her develop & shape a musical, and artistic, flair all her own. Annie says her latest album ?Wild Heart? brings out the, wild heart in her, and a surge of electricity into the instruments. ?I?ve been blessed by family, friends, community, musicians, songwriters, producers, who tell me to just be Annie?! Annie explains that her music is her way of communicating, transitioning from one stage of her life to another, and remembering the past. It?s her way of communicating her soul and spirit, and a way to cleanse her own heart. Her ultimate desire is for her music to touch the lives of others and bring out these emotions in them too.
  15. BRYAN ADAM JOYNER: Ain´t no Pat Green
    Bryan Adam Joyner once again takes us on a musical journey through his mind with "Ain't No Pat Green". In the lyrics "I can't seem to make this damn guitar sing...I'll never be as cool as Jack Ingram and I ain't no Pat Green" Bryan gives you insight into the frustrations singer/songwriters face at times, all with a humorous twist. Great upbeat tune that also highlights Bryan's talents on guitar as the picking grabs you as much as the lyrics. Roll down the window, turn it up and sing along!

  
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HANNA GUSTAVSSON
Hela natten lyser sommaren (S)
”Hela natten lyser sommaren” är tagen från kommande studioalbumet ”Hemåt” med albumrelease våren 2019, text och musik signerat begåvade Hanna Gustavsson och är mixad av Tobias Fröberg (Ane Brun, Frida Hyvönen, Jill Johnsson m.fl.)

Hanna debuterade stort 2014 med EP:n ”Vilda Blommor” och jämförelser med storheter som Agnetha Fältskog och Sheryl Crow gjordes, det fortsatte med flertalet konserter runt om i landet och förbandsspelningar till Miss Li och Lisa Miskovsky och på festivaler som ”Piteå Dansar och Ler” och ”Where´s the music?” m.fl. och Hanna Gustavsson uppmärksammades i media runt om i Sverige! Nu släpps äntligen ett första smakprov från kommande album ”Hemåt” och uppföljaren ”Hela natten lyser sommaren”!

På nya singeln och kommande album medverkar Hanna Gustavsson – Sång/gitarr, Gabriel Vailiola – Trummor, Andreas EA Olsson – Gitarr, Erik Andersson – Elbas, Anders Ludwigsson – Keyboard

      
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FREUNDE
California (S)
Song is written by Heiko Freund and Daniel Schwarz. A Circle of friends. Musicians sharing a passion. Creating songs they love. In Switzerland. FREUNDE is a musical project created by producers and guitarists Heiko Freund (Zurich, Switzerland) and Daniel Schwarz (Los Angeles, California), who collaborate with various eclectic Swiss musicians who share their love for the American songwriting culture. FREUNDE, which is German for “friends,” is made up of a circle of longstanding and new pals, including songwriters, singers, engineers, musicians and… drummers, who create a sound that is sure to give a unique listener experience with the image of the wide open spaces of the West. The musicians participating in the project all share a passion for music, sense of community and bond with Americana, Nashville Pop and Country Rock. Their line-up changes for every single song to maintain a fresh, fun and open-minded perspective on the music. FREUNDE appear in public as a cartoon: the characters Bear, Annie, Billie-Joe and Fletcher pursuit their fortune as a band in an ongoing story.

  
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SHAVONNE
  1. Tonight the heartaches on me
  2. Skoal ring
  3. Hello mr heartache
  4. Two more bottles of wine
  5. A picture of me (without you)
  6. California girls
  7. One bud wiser
  8. He ain´t even cold yet
  9. You ain´t woman enough
  10. What part of no
  11. You´re looking at country

Hope you enjoy this new songs from my new album "Pure Country"

  
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BOBBY G. RICE
Million dollar man (S)
Bobby G. Rice is proof that music is a universal language. The legendary singer-songwriter struck success with a string of pop hit remakes in the early 70s that drew in country crowds, leading to 30 Billboard Chart hits, numerous awards and over four decades of entertaining.

2017 marks the 45th anniversary of the Bobby G. Rice smash number one hit, “You Lay So Easy On My Mind.” As the performer and songwriter, Rice earned CMA nominations for single and album of the year, as well as male vocalist of the year in 1973. And once again, stretching musical genres, Rice was further honored when such notable names as Loretta Lynn, Conway Twitty Roy Orbison, David Houston, Kitty Wells, Jerry Springer, Bill Anderson’s Po’ Boys Band, Pat Boone and Andy Williams all recorded his signature song, “You Lay So Easy on My Mind.”

The mild-mannered artist developed his passion for music as a child on his family’s own radio show. His popularity quickly spread beyond his native state of Wisconsin with the 1970 revivals of the Jimmy Gilmore pop classic, “Sugar Shack” and Bruce Channel’s, “Hey Baby” followed by his versions of standards “Mountain Of Love” and “Suspicion.”

Bobby G. Rice’s smooth vocal styling placed more songs on the Billboard Top 10 Chart, including “You Give Me You,” “Write Me A Letter” and “Freda Comes, Freda Goes.” “Pick Me Up On Your Way Down” and “My Special Angel” also hit the charts for Rice.

Bobby G. Rice’s achievements led to some historical stages. Rice performed on the Grand Ole Opry, the WWVA Wheeling Jamboree, the Ralph Emery Show, Nashville Now, the Ernest Tubb Midnite Jamboree, Midwest Country, The Bill Anderson TV Show, The Wilburn Brothers TV Show, The Ronnie Prophet TV Show (Toronto Canada BBC) and the Dean Martin replacement show Music Country USA on NBC.

As an entertainer, Bobby G. Rice continues to explore the latest outlets with the release of his music video, “Is This The Way You Say Goodbye.” Rice also continues to record, write songs and tour with the same motto he started with, “It’s all about the fans and giving them good music.”

  
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
Airplay Express May 2018 (A)
  1. JACK BLANCHARD & MISTY MORGAN: Big black bird
    Written by Jack Blanchard
  2. PAT GARRETT: Fire one up for Willie
    Written by Pat Garrett & Suzy Dalton
  3. LARRY M. CLARK: You can´t fool me
    Written and performed by Larry M. Clark
  4. TEACHERS CLASS BAND: Site 101
    Written by Pappy Jack Stracker / Tim Fogarty
  5. RITA FAYE: The country in me
    Written by Connie Cassell Tuck
  6. DENNIS DiCHIARO AND THE WEST NASHVILLE ORCHESTRA: Saturday night
    Written by Dennis DiChiaro
  7. J J HAMM: Every day is my Mother´s Day
    Written by Marian Lee
  8. ALLAN TRAYNOR: Remember Mother´s Day
    Written by AllanTraynor / Randy Morrison
  9. LARRY M. CLARK: Glory ship
    Written and Performed By Larry M. Clark
  10. JOHNATHAN BOND: My redeemer my friend
    Written by: Johnathan Bond & Arthur Strout

  
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DICK SCHWENK
Along the road (A)
Along the Road had its origins in 2012 as I sat and cried watching the documentary “Marley.” I was overwhelmed that a songwriting talent like Bob could be lost to the world so young, with so many songs not yet put down. And there were so many others, too ... Cat Stevens had walked away; Stevie Ray gone by accident; Otis Reading to a gunshot; and too many to overdose. It made me broke my heart that the world would never hear the songs that they should have finished. And it made me sad that I too had failed to get my songs out for anyone to hear

    
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THE KREW
To Hell with you (S)
Hailed as "The Best Southern Rockers from the North" The southern/country rock band, The Krew has its roots in country, rock, blues, classic rock and roll, all with a modern flavor mixed in one. The Krew, led by the award winning singer/songwriter Jhonny K, dares their audience to not sing, dance, clap, and stomp along to their high energy music and performance. They have done two studio albums including the Award Winning album "Long Way Home" where two of the songs, "Set Me Free" and "What Are You Waiting For" that have been featured in Fox Sports broadcasts. In 2018 they released the hit song, "To Hell With You" from the Smoke Rising album which is their 4th album released

    
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JACK TAYLOR
Heart Road (A)
Songwriter Jack Taylor leaves no heart string unstrummed as he digs down deep for this spellbinding debut of his new album! A Deep Country journey through the heart featuring some of Nashville's most highly sought after & recognizable singers & musicians!

    
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BILL HEARNE
Where lights are low (A)
Bill Hearne calls it ?The Road:? that metaphorical ribbon of honky-tonks, roadhouses, empty whiskey glasses, prison cells and unrequited love lined with signposts and mile markers tattooed with names like Haggard, as in Merle, Williams, as in Hank, Owens, as in Buck and Lovett, as in Lyle. Being legally blind, Bill has never actually driven The Road himself, but he sings with such authority of the tales he?s heard while riding shotgun that you?d never know it. Bill has a whole list of CDs available from the early releases with his wife, Bonnie such as ?Most Requested: Best of Bill & Bonnie?, ?Diamonds in the Rough?, & ?Live at the La Fonda?. After Bonnie quit touring in 2003 due to health issues, Bill formed a trio & quartet and recorded ?From Santa Fe to Las Cruces?, ?A Good Ride?, ?Bill Hearne Trio? & his most recent release, ?All That?s Real?.

  
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JOHN ARTHUR MARTINEZ
San Antonio Woman (A)
Stay tuned for john Arthur martinez's brand new record, San Antonio Woman, an intelligent, lyrical and melodic singer-songwriter recording with elements of modern and traditional country, contemporary folk, honky tonk, western swing and blues. "San Antonio Woman, the album, encompasses a lifetime of living, loving, losing, and learning—including collaborations with my mentor Kent Finlay and my longtime friends Mike Blakely and Ande Rasmussen," Martinez says. "However, the recording also includes many works I've written in solitude, which often offer the most solace to listener and insight into my soul."

  
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KATHY CRINION
I still love you (radio edit) (S)
I am absolutely delighted to send you these download links to acquire the new self penned single from Kathy Crinion titled I Still Love You.I know some of you cannot get MP3s due to mailbox capacity. It comes from her forthcoming album My Country Eyes. Kathy has been busy in the studio with producer Peter Ware and this song sees the addition of Sarah Jory on pedal Steel and David Arkins(son of Charlie) on guitars.

I would be most grateful if you would consider it for airplay and could you also let me know if you intend doing so. Kathy will be available for interview also just request it. // Warmest Regards, Howard Dee Crean

  
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JIM LAUDERDALE
A History (A)
Jim Lauderdale blessed us with not one, but two record announcements this month, so we thought it appropriate to celebrate with a quick foray into Lauderdale’s musical history. As a two-time Grammy winner and multi-genre dabbler, Lauderdale is able to carve out space for himself in music worlds both familiar and foreign, and, with a creative legacy spanning nearly three decades, it’s no surprise that his ability to rejuvenate his sound is indomitable.

Jim Lauderdale and Roland White is Lauderdale’s first ever full-length album, originally recorded in 1979. Time Flies, Lauderdale’s newest record, is a return to what he does best: classic Americana infused with striking notes of country and soul. Download “Jim Lauderdale: A History” to check out brand new Lauderdale tracks, plus, a few classics from the past

  
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KENT MAXSON
Easy (S)
Alyssa Trahan and I have a set time to write every week. Our sessions usually start with a recap of what has happened in our lives over the previous week. We then move on to business stuff like who did we pitch our songs to last week, and who is looking for songs this week. Alyssa has been the opening act for multiple big label music artists. One week she was telling me about how she had opened for an act that I felt I might be able to get a song to because of a specific connection I had made in the music business. Very rarely do I write a song with the idea in mind to pitch it to a specific artist. I believe that a great song should stand alone regardless of the production or the artist, and can be performed in multiple styles and genres. But Alyssa and I decided this time we would write a song specifically for the artist she had just opened for. This particular artist is known for up-tempo, happy, positive songs. So, Alyssa had the idea of writing a song about how easy it is to be with the right person. We wrote the song and then never found a way to get it to the artist that we had written it for. Maybe someday… Max

      Country
Datum: 2018-05-16
Label: Wiggle In The Road Records

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NEIL ANDREWS
The Gypsy (S)
Written by Neil Andrews with co-songwriter Johnny Chester (AUS). Neil Andrews is an artist who sang with one of Melbourne, Australia's first Rock N Roll bands, "The Planets" in the early 60's performing alongside many of Australia's most famous Rock N Rollers. During the 90's he turned his attention to Australian Country music making numerous appearances on TV in "Conway Country", "Country Gold", "The Phyllis Diller Celebrity Hour" and "The Danny La Rue" Australian Specials. Neil's great love is writing and he has drawn on personal experience and a keen sense of observation to reflect the stories told in his six albums to date. DJ's and fans delight in his lyrics and musical delivery, and you'll be sure to love this new song!

  
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PAUL & BETTY COLE
Tennessee Moon (S)
MidLand recording artist Paul & Betty Cole have just released a new song from their “Timeless” Album called “Where Do We Go From Here” This is another great country song and Paul delivers a classic performance as he helps to keep the good country music going.

Both Paul & Betty would like to thank you for all the airplay you have given them in the past and hope that you will like this new release…

  
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BRENDAN JERMYN
It´s not over (S)
Brendan Jermyn here..please find attached my latest radio release....Its not over...its a nice slow waltz originally performed by Mark chestnut..please feel free to spin it on your stations..any airplay is greatly appreciated....Keep er Country

  
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MARTY DENTON
Keeping country pure (S)
Hope this finds you well and enjoying life to its fullest. I am releasing a new single today. It was recorded in Arkansas City, Arkansas live right by the Mississippi River. "Keeping Country Pure" is what describes the heart of country music. In its purest days, country was about lyrics and then wrapping music around it. I love modern country and write a lot of and have a lot recorded by artists. This was a special night of writers and a few of us stayed and laid down some tracks, just like we did years ago. At 68 I still have the passion of country, Americana, folk, heck I love it all. I hope you will listen and if you are old enough or just a down right country fan, maybe consider playing or sharing it. Thanks and have a wonderful week. // Marty

  
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SLIM ANDREWS
Day after tomorrow (S)
Dear DJ Friends, attached is a copy of "Day After Forever" by Slim Andrews for your airplay consideration. Written by Max D. Barnes and recorded by George Jones back in 1999, Slim does a great job with it. Slim is feeling quite well these days after a couple of short stays in the hospital for minor cancer surgery. He is very grateful to you for supporting his music, and he thanks you from the bottom of his heart. Because of you, he is Maine's most played country music artist on your network of independent country music stations. No small accomplishment for a man 86 years old. :) As always, thank you all for your ongoing support of the world's best independent country music artists. Millions of people are now hearing great music by these artists thanks to your generous airplay. Best wishes to all of you for peace, joy, happiness, and good health.

Your "Maine" friend, Jim Flynn

  
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BOBBY MACKEY
  1. Lucille
  2. I´ll go down swinging
  3. This day was made for us
  4. What they call country
  5. The arnyard song

Bobby Mackey has always stayed true to his musical roots with influences such as, Hank Williams, Merle Haggard, George Jones, Buck Owens, Conway Twitty and Johnny Paycheck. Mackey's music is a tribute to these artists using his own unique vocal style. Mackey feels right at home performing live and has done so at Bobby Mackey's Music World in Wilder, Kentucky where he has appeared as the headliner along with his band for the last 40 years. Some say the nightclub is haunted.. the full story can be read here. Lucille is a new single from Bobby Mackey that was originally recorded by Kenny Rogers and written by Roger Bowling & Hal Bynum

    
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DAVID T DUNN
Catch that train (S)
How do you describe David T Dunn's music? Well, it really depends on who is listening. His new EP release "Catch That Train" due out on Star 1 Records May 1st, can best be described as Americana which includes a strong blues influence. Dunn has written over 100 songs and has won accolades for his ability. Each song tells a story that is colored with a catchy, infectious melody. The lead single "Catch That Train", is scheduled for radio release to stations throughout the US and Canada on April 2nd. You will be hearing and seeing more from this talented artist in the near future as he plans a tour.

    
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DAVID WALL
An old rock and roller (S)
Writing lyrics for about 56 years, it came to me I have never written anything rock and roll. I wondered if we could take a humorous story about an old rock & roller, add a hard driving sound track and end up with a song of interest. I dusted off the lyrics for An Old Rock & Roller, that I had written in 2001. Passed them on to my favorite vocalist, David Wall, to give some thought to the melody. The idea seemed to work as people found it to be very humorous. Even the first line brought laughter and several other lines brought laughter. So, David Wall and I, went into The Mill Kids Studio with Billy Techimiller and keyboard man Dean Lusk, and came up with the foundation for a really rocking, really rolling music track. The best guitarist we could find, Chad Reeves, worked his magic and some serious guitar sounds came alive. And the final vocals just may prove that David Wall had the voice to carry this song. To further improve our sound, our song has been mastered by L. Nix Mastering. While we wrote it as funny song, my 87 years tells me there are many musicians struggling with the age problem.

So, please take a few minutes and give a listen. If you feel our song is airworthy we would be most thankful. And your thoughts are important so if you have time please share them with us. // George Wells, Huntville, AL (USA)

  
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POWDER KEG PROPHETS
Residue
A Collaboration between Stephen Ochsner (Smoke Wagon) and Taylor Long (The Lawless).

  
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LACEY SNIDER
Mississippi tears (S)
Lacey Snider is from Alabama but has roots in Music City USA, Nashville, Tennessee. Lacey is very talented in her music. She has created herself a nice fan base As for the genre of music Lacey performs it is a very wide variety ! she does Country, Bluegrass, Gospel, Southern Rock,and 50s & 60s Rock & Roll. She also plays the guitar, and she is a songwriter Lacey has performed, recorded or opened for many wonderful people such as : Jim Ed Brown, Jeanne Pruett, Bobby G Rice George Hamilton the 5th, Charlie Louvin's Band, Razzy Baily, Clifford Curry, & many, many more.

She is also on the Johnny Daniel's bluegrass Tv show, on Channel 19 in Nashville every day for 10 years now

    
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BÅRD CHRISTIANSEN
Jenny O (S)
Jenny O is the first single from the debut album "Hard Working Man" coming in August. Bård Christiansen is absolutely no newcomer to the music industry, and for a while back, the former front man of The Carburetors chose to go solo, as well as focus on songwriting. One of the results of this work is to let "Jenny O", an intense story about an assassin who is on the run. Eivind Staxrud (Raga Rockers, Los Plantronics) brides on the guitar and feels you're on a road trip on the Texas-Mexico border. Despite the fact that Bård Christiansen is Norwegian, the songs he writes have a distinguished American sound. This is rock mixed with the recommended dose of Country music and Americana, and among the inspiration sources we find heroes like Tom Petty, Steve Earle, Bruce Springsteen, Gram Parsons and Townes Van Zandt

  
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RAY LANI
He can´t hold back the tears (S)
The "true story) behind it: I entertain at nursing homes daily. At this one facility I entertain at for the dementia patients every 2 weeks and have for many years. A man comes in every time I am there and sees his wife of 60 years. She can hardly hear and she barley remembers him still. Every time I sing he cries and sings in her ear what I am singing Now just a few weeks ago I found out a few things I didn't know before: 1 - He was in a car crash while he was driving and now he can no longer drive to see her anymore 2 - he used to come there every single day for almost 10 years she has been a patient there 3 - he would drive 2 hours each way every day for a total of 4 hours a day to spend however long he could spend time with her so when I heard about the car crash and that I wouldn't be seeing him anymore I wrote this song

  
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MAUREEN HAWORTH
It´s Time (A)
I am so excited to share another song with you from my Country/Southern Gospel album, It's Time. "God's Goodness" is currently in the Top 5 on the Radio Music weekly music chart

  
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
CRS vol.207 (A)
  1. MELISSA ROBERTSON: Red head at heart
    RED HEAD AT HEART is the striking new release from MELISSA ROBERTSON. Bursting with energy this tongue-in-cheek country rock song has it all and then some! Writing from her own viewpoint as a ‘Red Head at Heart’ you will love Melissa’s happy go lucky attitude that packs a punch right from the start. Award winning producer SIMON JOHNSON takes his production to a whole new level: outstanding vocals by MELISSA, stunning fiddle playing by MICK ALBECK, dobro to die for by JAMES CHURCH, guitars that will rock your socks off by GLEN HANNAH and SIMON on bass and backing vocals. RED HEAD AT HEART is the second single from Melissa’s upcoming album following her Brumby Award winning song and top 10 single, HE’S A WRITER OF SONGS.
  2. STEVE CHEERS (feat. STEPHANIE JANSEN): Now´s the time to let it go
    NOW’S THE TIME TO LET IT GO is the third single lifted from Steve’s acclaimed new album, THE MEASURE OF A MAN. “I’ve never been a huge celebrator of New Years, but I do understand the appeal of the New Year’s Resolution. A New Year can be a bit of a catalyst for change. I’m more of the mind that when you’re ready to make change in your life, you’ll know it. I’ve certainly had my share of catalystic moments. Although you do have to make a decision to change and be resolved to stick with it, you also have to be in the right personal space to actually get started. And you’ll know when that time is, not just because it’s January. Perhaps you also have a cloud that needs lifting? And just maybe this song, enhanced by the beautiful vocals of Stephanie, will help make it happen”. Steve. Steve looks forward to chatting with you on your programme should it suit your format, and / or providing a programme or station ID for you
  3. NEIL ANTHONY: Small town ways
    Those of us who grew up in a small country town will know the feeling encapsulated in this brand new release from NEIL ANTHONY. “Small town ways are with you all of your days” says Neil who was raised near the foothills of the Blue Mountains in Orange. Neil has several albums and many CRS singles under his belt and now begins a new journey with this single being the first from his next album. Neil maintains the highest production values and is joined by some of Australia’s top session musicians on this track engineered by the legendary DAVE MARETT. “It saddens me a lot that my co-writer on this track, Tony Cornwell, passed away recently and I dedicate this track to his memory as a song writer and poet.”
  4. BECCI NETHERY: Beautiful life
    Multi award winning Australian Singer Songwriter, BECCI NETHERY, presents her newest work, BEAUTIFUL LIFE. Written by Nicky Chinn, Frank Myers and Gary Baker and produced by GREG WILLIAMS this brand new single, title track from her debut album, is a song about appreciating the beautiful things in life and letting go of the negatives. Becci connected with the positive message in this song and chose it to be the title track for this reason. This is an upbeat fun song to perform to a live audience and leaves listeners feeling more optimistic about love and life. This is the 5th single from her album BEAUTIFUL LIFE which boasts number #1 successes and has recently been awarded 'National Country Album of the Year' at the Tasmanian Independent Country Music Awards 2017
  5. EMMA JENE: A girl needs her Daddy´s love
    Award winning EMMA JENE is hitting Country Music charts all over Australia and America. She has brought out 2 amazing albums called DARE TO DREAM and CROSS YOUR HEART, receiving awards from all over the world such as Best Female Vocalist of Australia in the Brumby Awards, Best Break Out Artist Of The Year (Akademia Award), Best Song of the month (Nashville,LA,London & New York.) and many Golden Media Medallion Awards. EMMA JENE is now working on her 3rd album to be released in 2019.
  6. THE LONG AND SHORT OF IT: Old school
    THE LONG AND SHORT OF IT are an ARIA charting, multi-award-winning duo from Melbourne, whose superb harmonies have been described as “Honey coated chocolate”. OLD SCHOOL is the latest single release from their ARIA charting album, THE NIGHT OF OUR LIFE. It is the first duet released by Patsy & Dave and is a light-hearted song about how old-fashioned manners can win over a love interest. The singles released from their latest album have had major charting success with the last three releases, KANGAROO RODEO, GYPSY WHITEMOON and DON’T BAIT MY HOOK hitting #1 smash hit position in the Country Tracks Charts. Awards include: Gold Media Medallion Award for New Talent of the Year (2015); SCALA/FOOM winners open/audio division (2015) for their song YOU MADE ME STRONGER” described as “a brilliant master piece”; MusicOz finalist for best singer/songwriter (2016); TICMA (Tas) Most Popular Duo 2016; Southern Star Awards (2016) Best Duo; ICMA (Tamworth-2017) Most Popular Duo. ICMA Most Popular Duo finalist 2018; People’s Choice Awards Finalists for best duo, and video 2018, Gold Media Medallion Awards finalists for Best Duo/Group 2018
  7. CARTER & CARTER: Better day
    BETTER DAY is the title track and the new single from CARTER & CARTER’S award-winning album and follows the charting and award success of the first two singles, WORLD FULL OF ANGELS and STAND TALL. BETTER DAY is a song that captures perfectly the CARTER & CARTER flavour of strong song writing, unique harmonies, captivating vocals and a positive message of empowerment. Every day we are surrounded by news of things going wrong in the world and often times it feels like we can’t make a difference. But everywhere around the world people are working together, bringing real change that improves not only their own lives but the lives of the community around them, encouraging us all that together we can change tomorrow into a Better Day for all.
  8. DELLA HARRIS: My turn now
    MY TURN NOW is DELLA HARRIS’ second single from her first original, self -titled EP. Prompted by sitting in a doctor’s waiting room supporting her elderly mother – it’s a poignant song dealing with how, as our parents age, it is our turn to look out for them. ‘It’s a song about giving back, honouring the people who raised and cared for us - as they become older and in need of more support. It’s something that is very important to me and I know by the response I get when I sing this song live, it’s something that is also important to many people. What better way to share that sentiment than to put it in a song.’ Della
  9. SCOTT DOUGLAS: Flesh ´n´ blood
    SCOTT DOUGLAS has had an incredible 12 months, with the success of his self-titled debut EP the Gold Coast singer-songwriter releases the fourth track off his recent album called FLESH ‘N’ BLOOD. You’ve heard his distinctive deep country voice, now hear SCOTT DOUGLAS’ true-life story telling at its simplistic best with FLESH ‘N’ BLOOD. FLESH ‘N’ BLOOD is a song that is very close to his heart, giving listeners a glimpse of SCOTT DOUGLAS’ religious roots and how the fountain of family love carries us through life’s ups and downs. FLESH ‘N’ BLOOD tells of the early years of Scott’s life in a small American country town and the trials of leaving home to only find heartache in a bottle. Written by SCOTT DOUGLAS and BILL CHAMBERS, FLESH ‘N’ BLOOD is a tender yet powerfully honest country song reminiscent of a rising Randy Travis or Johnny Cash and a personal insight into this talented artist’s musical style
  10. KYLIE RYAN: Everytime
    EVERYTIME is the third single from the debut EP, DREAM CHASER, from emerging country rock songstress, KYLIE RYAN. Kylie describes EVERYTIME as being inspired by her favourite TV show, Nashville, and the way two of the characters were writing together, bouncing off each other and the magic that just seemed to flow between them. “It's exciting when you've written something you're really proud of and it's a buzz I just wanted to capture and make a party track out of”. Described as one part cleverly crafted song lyrics, a generous helping of infectious melodies blended with lavish amounts of rock, pop and rockabilly influences, Kylie is bringing her own down to earth, high energy style to the country music scene. In her debut year Kylie achieved Top 10 finalist placing in the Country Category of the 2017 Australian Songwriting Contest and was nominated for the prestigious Rudy Brandsma Award for Songwriting Excellence
  11. RATTLINCANE: Who I am
    The six members of RATTLINCANE are working class family men and long-time mates who share a bond that runs through their friendship and into their music. With three guitars, pedal steel, a driving rhythm section and lush harmonies RATTLINCANE have a sound that is rich and full. The song, WHO I AM, written by lead singer GREG PROW came about after taking young daughter Stevie for a walk around his childhood neighbourhood one afternoon. Whilst sharing tales and thoughts Greg’s daughter prodded her Dad to write down some of those memories and eventually they became WHO I AM. An earthy yet musically powerful tune, that gets a great reaction when played live, WHO I AM through its simple honesty, resonates with anybody dealing with the changes of modern life
  12. TONY LEE: So far from the truth
    Alt Country Rock artist TONY LEE offers up his first single from the album of the same name, SO FAR FROM THE TRUTH. Rock pop meets bluegrass smash to bring this upbeat honest first single forth from what promises to be a great new album. Tony has refined his sound adding more country arrangement and foot stomping rock to his repertoire. Tony says… “When I released my last album, ROAD LESS TRAVELLED, I didn't include my sister Sam in the acknowledgements. This inevitably led to some hurt feelings. There followed a few weeks of angst that eventually got sorted out”. So this song is the result of the two siblings who love each other very much but were both annoyed at each other and reflects the helplessness you can feel when you don't know how to fix things.

  
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
Winter Records Mixtape, vol. 1 (A)
Winter Records is proud to announce our new radio distribution system 'Winter Records Mixtape' 'Winter Records Mixtape' is a monthly distribution system for country music that sends artist's tracks to Music Row, Grass Roots, community and all reporting stations in the USA and Australia. This new system will allow instant access to new music fresh out of Music City. At the same time, it will give new up and coming artists a chance to be heard at the fraction of the price of traditional and outdated delivery methods. It gives me great pleasure to present to you Volume #1
  1. BENJAMIN RAYE: You are my love song
  2. KIMRA: Stand up
  3. ZAC EDINGTON: Top shelf girl
  4. TRUCKSTOP HONEY: Garden of Eden
  5. MICHAEL WILKS: Dance with me
  6. JAY SEENEY: Ride it out

  
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JOLINA CARL
Forward Back Home (A)S
The album title "Forward Back Home" might be a bit confusing in the first place - forward and backwards at the same time? Well, that's exactly the case. I take the next step 'forward' with these 12 new songs, as a singer, as a songwriter, as a designer of my music. With my own pieces and the selection of songs by other composers as well as the cover versions or my two duets with Grammy winner Billy Yates and country shooting star Ray Scott, I offer a wide range of styles. It ranks from Bluegrass and funky rhythms to even jazzy parts and surely also to a kind of Country Pop. On the other hand I’m turning 'back home' and reflect my own world, and I transform these manifold thoughts and the array of feelings into my songs and sounds.

"Forward Back Home" is with no doubt the most personal album of the four ones I had done so far. I tell stories about my late father, I describe my "encounter" with Johnny Cash - I have had a guest appearance on exactly that farm, to which the legend always used to go back for to write songs -, I sing about the experiences on the road, or even remind the listener to recreate the values, which somehow getting lost slowly but surely in the digital age The three cover songs perfectly fit into this lyrical spectrum: "Get Rhythm" by Johnny Cash in a more rocking version, Amy Winehouse' "Valerie" in a Bluegrass mood, and "Hallelujah" by Leonard Cohen, which I always feared to record, but now my courage finally doing so is paying back.

The whole album was recorded in Nashville, Tennessee, and has been produced by Thomm Jutz in TJ Tunes studio. The participating musicians all belong to the first class of Nashville session cracks, as for example Mark Fain, Scotty Sanders or Pat Bergeson, who among others played with Johnny Cash, Dolly Parton, Taylor Swift, Tommy Emmanuel or Marty Stuart.

Please check out my new studio album "Forward Back Home" incl. the focus track "Valerie". I hope you like it and give me some air time on your radio show. Thanks for your support

    
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ALY COOK
Sassenay (S)
On August 15 1943, RNZAF Flight Lieutenant Royston Taylor, from Hastings New Zealand and RAAF Airman Warrant Officer John Henry DUGAN from Hamilton NSW Australia, took off in a Lancaster bomber on a mission to Milan. The flight crew of eight including airmen from England, Canada, Australia & New Zealand crashed in a field near Sassenay, France, after being attacked by a night fighter. The people of the small village were certain the crew sacrificed themselves, turning the plane up on its wing, costing their own lives to avoid crashing in the village. Also one of the villagers, 19 year old Gabriel Badet died when he was electrocuted by fallen wires, whilst running to rescue the men from the burning plane. So every year, on August 15th, the villagers hold a memorial service for Airman. The French villagers showed their own bravery in 1943. When the German Soldiers took the dog tags off the airmen and handed the bodies of over to the priest to bury them. They were instructed to have no funeral. In a brave act of passive resistance, word was sent out and 2000 French Villagers, walked from over 20kms away, across the fields in the darkness. By the morning in the village of 300 stood morning stood 2000 at the little church in Sassenay, Saone et Loire and gave the men a funeral, against the wishes of the occupying German Soldiers. The Mayor who organised the funeral was jailed with 20 other locals by the Gestapo. While the brave French villagers held this funeral for complete strangers, the families of the airmen would not have known their boys were gone. Recording artist Aly Cook was the first New Zealander to visit the grave of the men whilst on tour to Europe in 2011, Aly became aware of almost forgotten story , attending a media press conference related to the nearby festival she was performing at. In 1985 a monument was erected at the site of the crash and all the airforce representatives came to acknowledge the people of Sassenay and honor the men. New Zealand had declined to attend, as this was the same time the French Naval Agents had bombed the Greenpeace vessel The Rainbow Warrior in Auckland harbour. French/New Zealand relations were strained at this time. The people of Sassenay asked Aly if she could change that after 26 years and have the RNZAF and New Zealand Government recognise the monument.

Aly lobbied the government and the RNZAF sent Wing Commander Patch Nelson to acknowlege officially the Sassenay crash…

Aly says: “The story and being there, made me so aware of being so far away, that these boys bodies never came home, from a war that was happening across the world. Later the family of Ft Lt Royston Taylor found me, members of the family have now been to the grave as well and Royston’s niece in her 80’s told me of the jacket button, Royston handed her before he left. Like a little treasure she held on to it . I also thought of the children in the village who attended a funeral of the men, with soldiers guns pointed. The Villagers who knew those men were helping to liberate their country. I thought of the flowers they planted around the graves of the airmen and how music and singing makes us feel better. Of an old French Nursery Rhyme adapted to plant flowers. I imagined the children singing & planting flowers, as tanks rolled by in occupied France and another little girl, far across the world on a beach on looking out across the sea knowing her favorite uncle was out there somewhere and so the song “Sassenay” was born of two children’s perspective of war on opposite sides of the world. “Lest we forget”

This song Sassenay is in the memory of the crew and families of the 55,000 + Allied Airmen who lost their lives serving bomber command in WW2 also the innocent children of War. Civilians killed in bombing raids during WW2 also totaled 500,000 + Especially dedicated the crew of J850 , Pilot Officer Alfred Alexander BALCOMBE aged 21. Royal Canadian Air Force, R.A.F.Warrant Officer John Henry DUGAN, Royal Australian Air Force., aged 25 Hamilton, New South Wales, Australia Flying Officer Kenneth Adrian GOUGH, RAF, aged 28. of Nottingham, Fl. Lt. Sidney George MATKIN, RAF. Aged 24. Middlesex, UK .Flying Officer James Warren O'HARA, Royal Canadian Air Force, Aged 21. Toronto, Ontario, Canada Pilot Officer James Burgess PATERSON, Royal Air Force Fl. Lt. Royston Charles Clifford TAYLOR, Royal New Zealand Air Force. Aged 28. Auckland, New Zealand,Sgt. Alexander WHATMORE, Royal Air Force Voluntary Reserve and Gabriel Badet aged 19 the young civilian who died at the site of the crash

    
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MICHAEL LUSK
Circles (S)
I am proud to release our new single "Circles." As life goes on sometimes relationships are tested and sometimes they fail. We captured this song in its simplicity and let Michael present it with a beautiful vocal. We recorded it in Nashville as usual and hope you will listen and consider it for airplay. Thank you so much // Marty Denton

  
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EMMA DYKES
Pay it forward (S)
IN THE wake of Pay It Forward Day, Laurieton singer-songwriter Emma Dykes is encouraging others to give without wanting anything in return. Her new single, Pay It Forward, was inspired by people she has met from Cape York to the NSW North Coast who band together and give to those in need. “When I was living in Cape York I saw some pretty amazing things,” Emma said. “One of those was a lady in her late 30s who was diagnosed with a terminal illness on Thursday and by Saturday the town of 4000 people had raised ,000. I thought that was pretty incredible.” Another inspiring event was a fire at a cattle station next to the one Emma was working on. “The guys on the station left their lunches on the table and people in town left their jobs and all to put out this fire because it was burning close to the homestead,” she said. “The lyrics talk about all these small towns where people are doing things because they see they are needed, not because they will get something from it.”

Emma co-wrote Pay It Forward with award-winning singer-songwriter Drew McAlister after asking producer Simon Johnson how she would go about co-writing with someone. “I went down to the Blue Mountains and sat with Drew in his loungeroom and we wrote it down there,” she said. “I wasn’t too bad until I looked over and saw all his Golden Guitars.” As a nurse in her day job, Emma has seen the best and worst of life, but said the world would be a better place if people took some advice from Pay It Forward. “If everyone took a little bit of advice from that, the whole place would be a bit nicer,” she said. “I hope the song inspires people to be the best version of themselves. This is why I chose it as the title track for the album because it’s a pretty important message to get through.” The region around Laurieton was the setting for the video, starring members of Emma’s family and other loved ones as well as locals who happened to be in the right place at the right time. The little red Suzuki that features at the beginning was even Emma’s grandfather’s car that she learned to drive in, with the video brimming with love. Pay It Forward is released today, May 2, and fans can catch Emma playing the new single live at venues including the Port Macquarie Original Sound Lounge locations on May 9, 10 and 13 and at Inverell Bowling Club on May 25. Emma will also feature at the Black and White charity ball in Inverell this Saturday night, May 5

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Datum: 2018-05-02
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
CD Tex (A)
  1. STETSON WALKER: Say hello to goodbye
    Song is written by Marv Green, Terry A. McBride. From the Album: "Let me introduce you"
  2. BRANDON ALAN: Another day
    "Another Day" is the latest release from Brandon Alan's self titled album. In the last few years, Brandon's live performance and songwriting has earned him notable credos including a Top 5 New Artists ranking (2014) from Music Connection Magazine, a headlining slot on the Grand Plaza stage of NAMM in Aneheim, CA,(2015) and a front page feature on Country Weekly's online publication. His opening show credits include Vince Gill, John Mayer, Bruce Robison, Bob Schneider, Redd Voelkart, Ed Roland (of Collective Soul) and many more. An avid guitarist, Brandon's chief influences include guitar greats Chet Atkins, Vince Gill, Brad Paisley, Stephen Stills, Mark Knopfler and Eric Johnson to name a few. While doing almost 200 shows last year, he will continue to focus on Texas and the extended region in 208
  3. PRESLEY PHILLIPS: Love and bad habits
    Hey y?all I?m Presley Phillips! Love and Bad Habits is my first-ever single, I?m so thankful to be able to finally get to share my stories with you guys through country music! I hope ya?ll enjoy listening to Love and Bad Habits, I can?t wait for y?all to hear what?s next!
  4. SHAUN MICHAEL: Me and the dog
    The long awaited return of Shaun Michael to radio....follow up to "The Storm"....we now bring you "Me and The Dog"! A fun tongue in cheek song that points out how much easier relationships would be if our other halves loved us like our dogs do! This song holds a special meaning to Shaun as his best friend and beloved companion Naku, who the song was originally written in honor of, passed away earlier this year. Toe tapping fun in this song though, and I can tell you it will bring a smile to your face and ears along with a bit of a chuckle. We sure hope you all love this one as much as your dog loves you!
  5. JOHNNY BUSH & DALE WATSON: I gotta get drunk
    These two Texas Music Icons absolutely hit a "grand slam" on Willie Nelson's classic hit song, "I Gotta Get Drunk", featured on Johnny's newest album, THE ABSOLUTE JOHNNY BUSH!
  6. PRESTON SCOTT: Give it a try
    Preston Scott found his passion for performing music near the end of his high school years. He began singing for his friends and with their encouragement he started his band. In 2014 the band entered a Battle of the Bands contest sponsored by Ranch Radio and WON. As a part of their prize package, they opened Ranch Bash at Panther Island Pavilion, Fort Worth in front of a crowd of a few thousand listeners. Preston finds himself writing more and more original music. In March of 2015, at age 23, he released his first album, ?A New Remedy?, which he self produced from his home with his band. Along with being a singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist, Preston is also highly involved in producing, recording, and engineering music from his own studio. The dynamic, high-energy live performances are sure to entertain fans of all genres of music!
  7. JOHN THIBODEAUX: Buzzed on loving you
    From the Beaumont area of Southeast Texas, John Thibodeaux describes himself as a ?Texan seasoned with some Cajun spice!? At a young age, John started playing with various local and regional bands, then in 2007, formed the John Thibodeaux Band where he began writing original music to suit his style. His first album EP, ?Simple Life? produced a top 40 Texas country chart single. But his music career was suddenly paused due to his deployment to the war in Afghanistan in 2015. After return home, the John Thibodeaux Band was revived and is now stronger than ever.

    John returned to the studio with Grammy winning producer Robb Tripp, where they produced his first LP length album,Moments Like This. Moments Like This is a culmination of emotions brought on by true life events, of which John wrote 7 songs. This project brings us John?s new single, Buzzed On Loving You. A refreshing song with the country sounds of Electric and Steel Guitars complimenting the smooth, Texas draw of John's voice

  8. JEFF DUGAN: Bad time to be a good ol´ boy
    From the Album: HOLD ON
  9. FRANK RAY: The drive
    Rolling Stone magazine has named him as one of 10 artists you need to know. This former police officer of 10 years left his full time job to pursue his passion as a country music singer. Leaving behind a stable career, he shares his talent with the world with what he calls the beginning of a Latino Country movement. His solo debut EP, ?Different Kind of Country? was released in July of 2017 and his first single, ?Every Time You Run? broke top 10 of the Texas Country Radio charts and is currently sitting at #9
  10. CODY BRYAN BAND: Texas Highway
    Cody Bryan Band first started cutting their teeth in the country scene with a residency at the famous Austin listening room, The Saxon Pub. Fans took notice, and it wasn?t long before the guys were playing shows with Granger Smith, Eli Young Band, Roger Creager, Casey Donahew, Randy Rogers Band and Nashville mainstay Chris Young, to name a few. The band has been hitting the road to get their music out across Texas and beyond, which is what brought on the inspiration for their new single. "Texas Highway". Getting to experience each town they play shows in, along with catching a glimpse of the cities they pass through on the way to their concerts is what "Texas Highway" is all about. With their third album, titled ?Here? releasing in 2018, they don?t plan to slow down anytime soon. CBB consists of Cody Bryan on lead vocals and rhythm guitar, Zach Lynch on lead guitar and fiddle, Miles Barker on bass and Pedro Corsetti on drums
  11. VINCE HATFIELD: Rattlesnakes & Tornadoes
    Song is written and sung by Vince Hatfield
  12. RUMOR TOWN: When the smoke clears
    This is Rumor Town's 9th release to radio. Recorded at MASB Studios in New Braunfels, it's a great uptempo two step neo traditional country song...yep all in one breath. This song again teams up Jay Eric and Bill Whitbeck (Robert Earl Keen). Keeping country music alive!
  13. XAVIER JOSEPH: Long overdue
    My name is XAVIER JOSEPH, and I am an up and coming country music artist from the great state of Texas. From a young age I grew up being very well rounded in the arts. I studied dancing, singing, acting, and martial arts to name a few. As a teenager, I traveled all over the country competing in various entertainment competitions, coming in as national champion 4x for my dance routines.

    At 15, I joined a country western swing dance group known as the "Elite Wranglers". Being on this team introduced me to the amazing world of country music. Soon after I began recording and performing all over Texas, with two of my original songs, "Feelin' Good" and "Gulf Coast Breeze", making their way into the top 100 list on the Texas Country Music Charts.

    Thank you for your support during my journey. I hope to see you at and upcoming show!?

  14. JASON CASSIDY featuring HEATHER LITTLE: Falling too fast
    Falling too fast popped into my head years ago when my old guitar player fell for this photographer in one evening. They met before the show; by the end of the night he had her in his arms in the front lounge of the bus looking like a scene out of Cinderella. She laid across his arms in a white dress that looked a lot like a wedding dress.

    Teaming up with my buddy Roger Hodges from Amarillo, we tossed around song ideas. He was going through a similar situation. I channeled my 2009 'new in love self' to when I had just met Brandi, now my wife of 7 years. We came up with a great love song; Moving too quickly in a relationship & falling in love too fast when everyone around you is telling you to pump the brakes.

    I reached out to Heather Little (co-writer of Miranda Lambert?s hits ?Gunpowder & Lead? & ?Me & Charlie Talking?) for the perfect voice to accompany mine. Although not written as a duet, I?m glad we took a chance on it. It was already great, but Heather took it to a new level

  15. MORGAN ASHLEY: Your girl
    Morgan Ashley is Texas thru and thru. Hailing from College Station, she has been playing live music venues around the state for over 5 years opening for artists such as Crystal Gayle, Jon Wolfe, Randall King, John Bauman, Erick Willis, The Tejas Brothers, Lisa Morales and many more amazing artists. She is a member of the Texas Country Music Association and was nominated for the 2017 Female Vocalist of the Year. Her debut full length album 'Karma' was released in February 2018 and she is excited to release her very first single and video to Texas Radio

  
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ALLAN MARKIN
Golden years (S)
"Golden Years' is very meaningful to me as I try to get a handle on my own ‘golden years’. It’s better to write a song about them than to launch a futile search for the person who coined the expression in order to administer some punishment for coming up with this misnomer." // Allan Markin

    
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BUMPER JACKSONS
White horse (S)
I'm here to share our latest single from the great mind of my partner Jess Eliot Myhre, White Horse.

"Just a little over a year ago, women all across the globe took to the streets to assert their collective strength and political power. The Women's March was the largest single-day protest in U.S. history, and its enormity lead to a deepened national conversation about the role of women in society and the oppressions they face within it. That weekend, as the first protesters in Tokyo hit the streets, Jess Eliot Myhre was in labor with her first child, who arrived after 75 hours of natural labor as the final protesters in Hawaii made their way home. ---- The symbolism was not lost on her either. ---- 2017, for anyone who was paying attention, was a tumultuous year. In the midst of the #metoo movement, Jess reflected on her own past experiences, as well as her blossoming new motherhood, and sat down and penned White Horse. It is an anthem to the feminine experience and the powers within, to be sure. But it is also a rallying cry to the power of collective action, eschewing the idea that any savior character is ever needed to drive a movement"

    
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DAVID LIVINGSTON
What´s wrong with this picture (S)
Hi, this is Talisha from Savannah, Georgia in the USA. Your friend at Lo Records. Thank you for playing in heavy rotation What's Wrong With This Picture by David Livingston. We at Lo Records are so grateful.

  
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JIM CHESNUT
I sure do miss my hair (A)
I found a malignant tumor at the base of my tongue in June of 2017. I stopped performing for several months during treatment and watched several hundred hours of NCIS reruns. I love that show.

During that time I wondered if I would ever be able to produce another album; but, as I slowly began to regain my strength, I began to tire of the sofa and started writing songs again; and here are a few of them.

I would like to thank and recognize three talented musicians for their invaluable contributions to this collection. First, my feisty friend, Jerry Blanton, played pedal steel and lead nylon guitar. Second, A-list studio player, Alan Kolby, played lead electric guitar, and third, Don McRee (who never quits ?till he gets it right) played harmonica.

I would be remiss if I did not recognize my muse and wife, Christine, for her unwavering love and support through this ordeal. I have included a newly recorded version of I?ll Love You Forever (our wedding song) on this album to express my undying gratitude to her for her presence in my life. She inspired two other songs, Just in the Nick of Time and Before I Met You, which are also included in the album. It ain?t easy being married to mercurial m

This CD would not be possible if not for the San Antonio medical professionals who treated and cared for me during this uncertain time. Dr. Richard Newman (an ENT specialist) referred me to Dr. Lon Smith (an oncologist) at the START Center, which is staffed by an incredible group of people?so caring and proficient. Dr. Mark Weinstein (a dermatologist) took care of some chemo-caused lesions on my scalp and neck.

Finally, I wish to thank my friends Daniel Laser, Jim Hartwell and Rick Dryden who drove and/or accompanied me to a variety of appointments during the treatment months. I could not have done this without your help. ?Jim C.

    
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DAVE WOOLEY
Inspiration on the road (S)
Be sure to enjoy Dave's love of traditional country music on his 2 CD projects, with titles such as these: Memories of You, Dancin' Fool, Climbing the Walls, Came For the Ladies and Stayed for the Beer, I Cry Them all for you, My Search Goes on, When I Fall, Honey Don't, Love Blind, Bad Case Of Missing You, Those Hard Times, Good Days Bad Days, You're There I'm Here, My Old Friend the Blues, Inspiration on the Road, In My Life, The Reason I Carry On, I Can't Live With Losin' You, and Hard To Say Goodbye

  
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
CRS DOWNLOAD WINTER/SPRING 2018 (A)
  1. TRACY COSTER: How could you cause me such pain
    Just like a piece of buried treasure, the lyrics for HOW COULD YOU CAUSE ME SUCH PAIN came as a gift to TRACY COSTER. Two weeks before Tracy entered ENREC recording studio to put down her new album, she made the unexpected discovery. The Golden Guitar winner found some of her dad, STAN COSTER’s earliest lyrics in an old suitcase, with this treasure among them. It is included on Tracy’s latest album, COSTER COUNTRY TAKE II, a follow-up to the highly successful STAN COSTER tribute album, COSTER COUNTRY. This track has a definite ’50s vibe with a little bit of Patsy Cline thrown in for good measure and is sure to become a requested favourite on air and with Tracy’s live audiences
  2. CHANTELL ALEXI: She lives through me
    “In January of 2017 I lost my Mother…My mum was like my best friend, I spent a lot of my free time with her and losing her felt like losing a huge part of myself. After writing a few sad and angry songs about her loss I decided I wanted to write something that honoured her life and the gifts she gave to me, rather than something that just mourned her loss. So, I wrote SHE LIVES THROUGH ME with a close friend of mine and we aimed to celebrate all the things about myself that are so much like my Mum, as the two of us shared a lot more than just blood. In a very big way she lives through me…”
  3. COMPILATION OF ARTISTS (Feat. NATALIE ATKINS): What does he see (when he close his eyes)
    Some time ago, NATALIE ATKINS wrote and produced a song called “WHAT DOES HE SEE”, for her father, in his life after operational service in Vietnam. However, she soon realised that there were many other young returned Aussie ‘diggers’, suffering similar forms of war related stress, i.e. anxiety and chronic PTSD. Natalie has now re-dedicated “WHAT DOES HE SEE,” to all of Australia’s returned young service men and women, who have returned from all the bloody conflicts that Australia has sent its young people to fight in. “WHAT DOES HE SEE”, tells the story of young men who were sent to fight, particularly in Vietnam, and who, despite their heroic actions during their war service, were treated so badly by their fellow countrymen, both during the war, and following their return home. After enduring the fierce, bloody fighting, the loss of friends and mates, followed by the jeering and the spittle of his fellow Australians, he wonders just how much more pain he will have to endure in his life-time. The letters from home, all those hopes and dreams, yet he asks for nothing in return; but “WHAT DOES HE SEE” (WHEN HE CLOSES HIS EYES)?
  4. COMPILATION OF ARTISTS (Feat. NATALIE ATKINS): Black beret and a silver badge
    “I, like many other young Australian soldiers served in Vietnam. I was a Corporal, commanding a Centurion tank, in a Troop of four tanks. The Squadron had 18 Tanks, and special equipment, such as Bridge Layers and Tank Dozers. Our unit was ‘C’ Squadron, of the First Armoured Regiment, and our Regiment belonged to the Royal Australian Armoured Corps (RAAC), the senior Regiment in the Corps, and the senior fighting Corps in the Australian Army. The head-dress of the RAAC, was a Black Beret, with a highly polished silver badge on the Beret, above the left eye. The Black Beret was worn with enormous pride by all ranks of our Squadron, and the Corps. In 1966 SSgt BARRY SADLER wrote and sang “The Ballad of the Green Berets”. Barry Sadler was a medic with the US Special Forces in Vietnam. He released the song in January 1966, and it became a Billboard Hit Parade Number 1 hit for 5 weeks. The song was inspirational to US and Australian troops serving in Vietnam, because it was the one the few things that cast the military effort in Vietnam in a positive light, amongst so much anti-war vitriol and protester negativity at home. During the latter stages of 1968, another Tank Commander, Corporal JOHN ATKINS, and myself, adapted the lyrics of ‘The Ballad of the Green Berets’ to suit our own unit’s raison d’etre. The role of our Tanks was to provide close protection and fire support for the Infantry, and to close with, and destroy the enemy. We called our version of the song ‘BLACK BERET AND A SILVER BADGE. It became popular within our unit. Recently we re-discovered our original lyrics to the song, after nearly fifty years. The lyrics are completely different to those of the ‘Green Berets, but the beat and the tempo remain similar. One of the song’s co-writers, JOHN ATKINS, was a singer and a well-known country-show music and, singing compere and judge in Queensland. John has a very talented daughter, NATALIE ATKINS, who is also a singer, songwriter, music producer and arranger. It was she who first arranged and produced an earlier 2018 version of ‘BLACK BERET AND A SILVER BADGE’. In this latest version NATALIE ATKINS provides the vocals and Harmonies”. – W.T. (BILL) BURTON The Aim of ‘Black Beret and a Silver Badge’ and ‘What Does He See (When He Closes His Eyes) Our Aim is to raise sufficient funds, to be able to sponsor a 'Guide Dog' or an 'Assistance Dog', or both, for at least two wounded ‘Diggers', either servicemen or women. Maybe one person suffering blindness or sight impairment, and maybe another, suffering some form of debilitating war neurosis. The nature of the illness is of no consequence in the overall scheme of things. The gift could well be two 'Guide Dogs' or two 'Assistance Dogs, it will depend entirely on where the need is most required. The CD I have referred to in my letter, is nearly complete and we expect it to be completed and ready for delivery for ANZAC Day this year, and it is expected that the CD will retail for about .00 or so. You can place your order for this CD by email: giving your return name and address and the CD will sent to you prior to ANZAC Day this year
  5. COL GENTLES: The last of the knucklemen
    COL GENTLES, prolific Singer /Songwriter from the Blue Mountains , enjoyed charting success this year with his debut single, ‘I SAID NOTHIN’, rising to a respectful #19 on the Australian Top 40 Country Tracks Airplay Chart in September, whilst his 2nd release, ‘I’VE BEEN THERE WITH SLIM’, claimed #10. COL GENTLES’ latest single, ‘THE LAST OF THE KNUCKLEMEN,’ tells the story of the last days of Jimmy Sharman’s boxing tent and it’s fighters. It was written by Col after listening to a story on late night AM radio coming home from a gig. It brought back memories of going to Sharman’s tents with his Dad and brother and watching the spruiker out the front banging the drum and yelling out "a round or two for a pound or two". The song has been recorded by The Bushwackers, The Willies and Tall Timbre and is a favourite at live gigs
  6. CONNIE KIS ANDERSEN: Handle love with care
    HANDLE LOVE WITH CARE is the lead single from her album; A CLOSER WALK slated for release on April 22. Written by Connie Kis, it speaks to the difficult times most of us go through at one stage or another in life. The key to surviving these times is 'love'. CONNIE KIS ANDERSEN is a recipient of multiple awards in Australia for song writing and as an artist. Highlights include being WA’s ‘Best Independent Female Country Artist’ three times, winning the Best Independent Country Music Album for Western Australia twice, receiving a national TIARA award for Female Vocalist in 2012 and being a 4-time recipient of the Gold Medallion Media Award for the South Central West Region of Australia
  7. HEYWOOD & MOORE: Goodbye yesterday
    Anglo-Australian country artists DAWN MOORE and BRIAN HEYWOOD are delighted to announce that their new single is the title track of their CD, Goodbye Yesterday will be released worldwide on the 4th May, 2018 by Thoroughbredmusic via distributer Proper Music. The track, which was co-penned by Dawn and Brian, is a ‘feel good’, catchy, up-beat song in the same vein as Luke Bryan, Kacey Musgraves and the Zac Brown Band. It’s all about looking on the bright side with an optimistic outlook on life when things get tough. The track was recorded by HUGH MacDONALD (Redgum) in his Melbourne studio and features him playing on acoustic guitar. This track is probably the last one he performed on before his untimely death in 2016
  8. CHRIS CALLAGHAN: A very lucky man
    CHRIS CALLAGHAN is a singer, songwriter and entertainer, with an extensive and successful history in the Australian Country Music scene. He has performed to a wide range of audiences, both nationally and internationally, delivering musical versatility with an easy listening voice and a down to earth sense of humour. Callaghan’s distinctly Australian writing and performance style has enabled him to build a strong and loyal following among locals and tourists, and his natural ability to connect with people ensures his performances are always highly entertaining and popular. This has been pivotal in establishing Chris’s place as a well-known and well-regarded entertainer. A VERY LUCKY MAN was a poem written by KAREN ‘DUCKIE’ WHITE. It is a reflection from some memoirs contemplated on one of her fishing trips to The Gulf. Adapted to a song by CHRIS CALLAGHAN the lyrics convey a sentiment of gratefulness felt by many Australians to all the defenders of our freedom and way of life
  9. RICK HART (with VANESSA HART): Little pieces
    Melbourne’s soulful, alt country troubadour RICK HART is thrilled to announce the release of his latest single "Little Pieces", a duet with his wife, the amazingly talented VANESSA HART. The single is from Rick's latest album "Let Me In". "Little Pieces" was the last song written and recorded for his "Let Me In" album and perfectly captures Hart's love for heart-wrenching, traditional country tinged melancholy. A stripped back tale of all the little reminders of lost love, in keeping with those heartfelt duets brought to us by the likes of George Jones and Tammy Wynette. Following on from the album's previously well received singles ("To The Grave", "Sweet Emmylou"), the song further cements Hart's reputation for delivering songs that remain true to country traditions and storytelling, and his own throwback influences. Of "Little Pieces" Hart says, "I had actually finished recording all the songs for the album, but always felt there was something missing. I wanted to include a song which showcased the amazing voice of the lady that has stood by me since the start, and every step of the way. I felt the world needed to hear her amazing voice, not just as my backing singer, but out front and up in lights." The songwriter went home and wrote "Little Pieces", knowing then that the album was complete. The stark, minimalist nature of the song's production was exactly what Hart was searching for and worked closely with good friend and long-time producer Michael Zammit to make sure this was captured. Vocals, acoustic guitars, piano and pedal steel (played by Brendan Mitchell) are all that make up this heart-wrenching tale of lost love. The video for the song was shot during his 2018 trip to the Tamworth Country Music Festival, on location in Australia's country music capital. Directed by Hart's good friend Michael Carpenter (who also directed the video for Hart's previous "To The Grave" single). Carpenter perfectly captures the reflective nature of the song and its story
  10. DESTINY: Sorry
    We all behave badly at times and say things that we don't really mean... You can never take back what has been said or done but a sincere apology can go a long way... DESTINY'S new single, ‘SORRY’, was composed by THOMAS LIBRERI as an emotion-filled apology when mere words just weren't enough. Sung by TESSA LIBRERI with Thomas on lead and bass guitar, RON ARMSTRONG on keyboards, DARRYN FARRUGIA on drums and recorded by CHRIS GALE (Rezonate Music). ‘FROM THE HEART’ EP also features ‘STREETS OF OLD KILSYTH’ (CRS 203) and 3 bonus hit tracks with another new song written and sung in Maltese by Thomas about his mother migrating to Australia as a young bride; called 'KURAGG KBIR’ (Great Courage) which is being released in Malta
  11. ALAN & TRACE: Help me make it through the night
    ALAN and TRACE are an exciting new Country Music Duo/Band from the Gold Coast, Australia. ALAN PERCY and TRACEY DAVIS formed the duo following performances at the Toyota Country Music Festival in Tamworth 2017. ALAN and TRACE have since toured together in New Zealand with DON ALLEN and in Qld, NSW, Vic and SA on the GRAHAM RODGER ‘Tag A Long Tour‘ in 2017. ALAN and TRACE have now released their beautiful new single, HELP ME MAKE IT THROUGH THE NIGHT from their EP, ‘THAT’S THE WAY LOVE GOES’. The song was originally written by KRIS KRISTOFFERSON and has been produced by CHRIS HARTLEY with CHRIS HAIGH on bass and guitar
  12. PETER COAD: Tommy Mac
    PETER COAD (O.A.M.) is a well-established singer/songwriter who has received many accolades over the years for his song writing. This track is the first single from a forthcoming album scheduled for release in late 2018 and is a story of a real life character that lived in Yorketown on the Yorke Peninsula of South Australia. The idea of the song came to Peter after a conversation with Lorraine Pfitzner (O.A.M.) who knew 'TOMMY MAC' when she was a child in the area. Ably backed with music and harmonies by his two sisters Virginia and Lynette, Peter tells the story of TOMMY MAC, ‘a veteran of the Great War' (WW1). Digital sales via the petercoadandthecoadsisters.com website product page. Interviews/and/or media queries very welcome
  13. RUNAWAY DIXIE: Fishin´ in the dark
    South Australian based three-piece band, RUNAWAY DIXIE, has had great success with their own original material, which has seen them become Golden Guitar finalists in 2016 and 2017 and their original, ‘SOUTHBOUND TRAIN’, has secured a finalist in the 2018 Golden Guitar Awards. They have also had great success with their revival treatment of established songs, such as the Oak Ridge Boys classic, ‘YOU’RE THE ONE (IN A MILLION)’, and others. ‘FISHIN’ IN THE DARK’ was a No. 1 hit in 1987 for THE NITTY GRITYY DIRT BAND, and RUNAWAY DIXIE have reinvented it with a fresh approach in their own style. This track is the first single from the forthcoming 5th album release from RUNAWAY DIXIE
  14. STEVE CHEERS: Sounds of then (This is Australia)
    Cutting my musical teeth in the ‘80s meant that I spent my weekends out seeing the great Australian bands of the era, and spending all my available cash on their albums. I remember buying GANGgajang’s first album with great excitement, as they were a supergroup formed from other bands like The Riptides and The Angels. I was fascinated by what their name meant, and also by the fact that what I considered the best song on the album, THE SOUNDS OF THEN, didn’t get a run as a single until number five. They didn’t even bother doing a video for it until years later, well after it had become an anthem for the Aussie culture. A few years back I was working at my children’s school fete, and I was challenged to sing a song at the karaoke stall. Knowing that Mark ‘Cal’ Callaghan from GANGgajang was around somewhere (his kids went to the same school) was too much for me to resist, and so I chose SOUNDS OF THEN. Almost as soon as I started singing Cal came running out of the canteen behind me (as I remember it carrying a scone, but Mark disputes this). The whole fete literally stopped and held their breath waiting for a reaction - who was this upstart who dared to sing a karaoke version of a classic song in front of the bloke that actually wrote and sang it? What blasphemy! In a moment of awkwardness during the lead break, I may have even declared to the world over the microphone that I preferred my rendition! As it turned out Cal was just fascinated there was a karaoke version of his song - he laughed, threw nopunches, and we have been mates since. I brought the song to a few Cowpoke rehearsals over the years, but we never could quite make it work for us. So when I started working on songs for my own album one of the first things I did was to get out the 8 track and throw down a new version of the song. Same melody, but with different chords and feel. I had joked for years to Cal that one day I was going to cover his song, but I’m sure he never really believed me. So I think he was surprised with my demo - mainly surprised that he actually liked it! When I started throwing songs at my producer Herm to consider for the album, he loved it too! Herm’s theory is that if you start with a classic song you can’t go wrong. So with the benefit of a great band, we tracked it with the new feel and sent it to Cal who gave us the ‘thumbs up’. I couldn’t be happier with the end result. And being a great Australian Heritage song, it just seemed an easy choice as the first single off the album
  15. KYLIE ADAMS-COLLIER: Younger in Urunga
    YOUNGER IN URUNGA is Kylie’s first single release from her fifth album, LITTLE STONE (album debut with Kross Kut Records). Beautifully produced by award winning LINDSAY WADDINGTON, this delightfully warm and bubbly track features country music legend MICHEL ROSE on mandolin and pedal steel. Camping in Urunga with family over Christmas 2016 brought back memories of growing up in the Bellinger Valley for Kylie. The Bellinger and Kalang rivers meet at Urunga in northern NSW. The soldier crabs come out at low tide and the local hotel serenades the caravan park across the road. Kylie has recorded all original tracks on her new album, LITTLE STONE. 50 cents from every hard copy CD sold will be donated to the Papua New Guinea Association of Australia

  
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
Airplay Express April 2018 (A)
  1. McMAINS: Would if I could
    Written by Joey Alkes / Mick McMains
  2. DAN SCHAFER: Beginning of the end
    Written by Barbara Blevins / Keith Bradford / Dan Schafer
  3. WAYNE JACOBS: Father Daughter dance
    Written and Performed by Wayne Jacobs
  4. STEVE ZUWALA: Closer
  5. DENNIS DiCHIARO and THE WEST NASHVILLE ORCHESTRA: Girl song
    Written By American songwriter Dennis DiChiaro
  6. LELAND HARDING III: I´m a believer
    Written and Performed by Leland Harding III

  
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
TSP´s Country & Americana vol.176 (A)
  1. LYNN EASTERLY: She won the loser
  2. BART ALAN WOYTEK: Honky tonk habit
  3. RAMONA DIANE: Antique heart
  4. CLARK FORD: I don´t want to work today
  5. MIKE CIARLANTE: Tired of being nice
  6. HOLD YOUR HORSES: Willie on the jukebox
  7. MADY AMELIA: Love was strong
  8. DENNIS LEDBETTER: Motel blues
  9. DAVE DONATELLI: If I only knew your name
  10. DARRELL & NEMRA RHODEN: He´s the answer to it all
  11. MIKE CIARLANTE: Hero
  12. DAVE DONATELLI: Homeward bound
  13. SCOTT BRANDT: Working man
  14. GARY GARD: Daddy´s little girl
  15. DAVE DONATELLI: Don´t give up
  16. MADY AMELIA: Last time
  17. NEMRA RHODEN: Daddy say Amen again
  18. DAVE DONATELLI: I will catch you
  19. GARY GARD: Waiting for my luggage blues
  20. DAVE DONATELLI: Those country girls

  
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SHAKE RUSSELL
Chasing the Song (A)
Chasing the Song is the new Howlin? Dog Records release from the much beloved Texas troubadour Shake Russell. Shake, widely known for writing deep, beautiful, and poetic ballads and waltzes, gives us a rich and varied landscape on Chasing the Song, once again showing the breadth and depth of both his influences and his expressio

The journey of Chasing the Song begins with a bit of a JJ Cale vibe in Travelin? Dog, but with Shake?s wry sense of humor thrown in. Never Miss a Chance is an observation of our shared humanity and the preciousness of each moment and the connections we make. Dream Big is a good-time rollicking romp of positivity. Shake?s beautiful ballads are well represented, with Sit With Me and The Answer Is Love. There?s the Celtic shadings of the philosophical Wishing Chair and a little bluegrass in Sweet Water. Shake?s gift for evoking place, time, culture and history are well displayed in Me and Mark Twain and Grand Daddy?s Silver Dollar.

album_credits = Shake Russell - Acoustic Guitar, Vocal Don Richmond - Harmony Vocals, acoustic and electric bass, Mandolin, Banjo, Fiddle, Dobro, Weissenborn slide guitar, electric slide guitar, electric guitars, pedal steel guitar, Keyboards, accordion, organ, percussion, trumpet James Doyle - Drums Michael Hearne - Lead acoustic guitar on "Traveling Dog", "The Answer Is Love", "Sit With Me", "Grand Daddy's Silver Dollar", "You Wouldn't Know Me", "Dream Big", "Never Miss A Chance"

  
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KENT MAXSON
Drunk a little more (S)
It has become an annual tradition to hold Adam James Deiboldt’s birthday party at my house. At one of these parties a friend of ours had a little too much to drink and ended up with a person they were not really compatible with. While Adam and I were discussing this Adam made the statement, “they would have been better off if they had just passed out from drinking rather than end up together.” I off-handedly said, “They should have drunk a little more.” That was the seed for our song, “I Should Have Drunk A Little More.”

    
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
Hillcrest 86 (A)
  1.  LUCAS CILIBERTI: Springfields
  2.  OTIS C. TRUAX: Even a leaf
  3.  JEFF CHANCE: Baby there´s a chance
  4.  LAURAL MENDES: Who´s between you and me
  5.  DAVID McLACHLAN: Just the ay it is
  6.  DON ALLEN/DEIDRE BENTLEY: Feelings
  7.  ANASTASIA: Horses and hearts
  8.  STEVE GARNER: The Crossroads
  9.  TAYLOR RENEE: Tone of voice
  10.  ELEXIS REIGNS: Thank you for loving me

  
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NEEDLE AND SALT
Get me out of here (S)
I'm happy to introduce Needle & Salt to you. I have known Fredy Salzmann for a long time and a couple of months ago he told me that he would be interested in starting a country project. We met a couple of times and soon thought that we fit perfectly together, so that was the start of Needle & Salt. Our first song is called "Get Me Out Of Here", a song that I wrote together with my main co-writer Michael 'Max' McGee. I wrote a lot of songs with Max and together we won two major songwriting competitions: - The Lennon Award in the John Lennon Songwriting Competition 2006 in the category 'Country' - The Australian Songwriting Contest 2014 in the category 'International'

  
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THE TAYLOR BROTHERS
I´ll come back to you (S)
Hello Folks, I have great pleasure in attaching the new single from UK family group The Taylor Brothers called "I'll Come Back to You" a plaintive tale of love with a sea-going theme with reference to an Irish island called Aran Mor. You will at once be drawn to the tight sibling harmonies reminiscent of the young Bee Gees. The Taylor brothers first started performing in the 80s with Wes, Guy, Robin and Jeff(now living in Perth Australia) forming a popular harmony group in the London area. On Jeff's departure they were joined by younger sibling Conor and John Kerr. I hope you will give it your favourable attention

  
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HALM
Reason to try (S)
Svenska Americana bandet HALM släpper nytt track på Spotify i morgon fredag 13 april. "Reason to try" är skriven av gruppen själv. Halm medverkar i Bingolotto söndag den 15/4 kl.18.00. Missa inte det!

    
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TOM RUSSELL
Cowboy real (A)
Fans of folksinger Tom Russell won't be surprised to learn that his father was an Iowa horse trader or that his brother is a rancher and cattle supplier; all of his albums leave little doubt that he has the cowboy spirit in his blood. This particular album leaves less doubt than most, though, since Russell focuses exclusively here on his favorite cowboy songs. His warm, evocative voice is in fine form throughout the all-acoustic collection of originals, covers, and adaptations, and the 11 tracks are just about all winners. Highlights include "Zane Grey," a song about a horse that Russell first recorded in the mid-'70s with then-partner Patricia Hardin; "Gallo del Cielo" and "Navajo Rug," both duets with Canadian folkie Ian Tyson; and "Claude Dallas," a tale of a real-life modern-day outlaw who shot two game wardens in Nevada in 1981.

  
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SARAH SHOOK & THE DISARMERS
A Few Years (EP)
Sarah Shook & the Disarmers' blunt, unflinching sophomore album 'Years' is out now, and Noisetrade is offering a taste with this sampler. Included are the mod '60's country kiss-off "Good As Gold"; the smile-through-the-pain barroom singalong “New Ways to Fail"; and the sweeping shuffle of "Over You." Also featured are two tracks from Sarah Shook & co.'s 2017 debut album 'Sidelong,' including the ultimate tears-in-your-beer drinking ballad "Dwight Yoakam."

      
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TELL HER I LOVE HER
  1. Dream away the lonely
  2. The Joneses

We’re very pleased to share with you a very special song called "Dream Away the Lonely". “Dream Away the Lonely” was a difficult song to write, and it's been even harder to perform. Not in terms of the skill necessary to play the various parts, but emotionally. The story of the song recounts a broken love, perhaps the death of a loved one, and we left that question ambiguous and unanswered in the lyric intentionally so that it might resonate with people in similar situations.

One of our band members went through an emotionally upsetting series of events with a long-term romantic relationship. That relationship ended, and the memories were difficult to process. The bridge of the song that starts with: "I dream we're dancing close in the kitchen, in our house..." is where the song comes together for us. It's this moment that most often causes our lead singer to get all choked up on stage when performing it.

Everyone in a long-term relationship, we've learned, has a memory of slow dancing in their kitchen. It's a ritual of sorts and in a way, it's the moment when the house becomes the home. It goes on, "I dream we're watching Casablanca, spoonin' on the couch..." If you haven't watched Casablanca, find it and watch it, immediately. It's a timeless classic. And the “spoonin' on the couch” line had many competitors. We considered, "curled up on the couch," "lying on the couch," and so on, but in the end, as awkward as it is to sing, "spooning" just made the most sense. It's what you do if you're lying on the couch watching a movie with someone you love. Most traditionally, the man behind the woman, his arms around her. And we loved that image there. "You fall asleep with your head on my shoulder... and you whisper you love me... you love me..." We love that moment in the song, and we hope you do too. We hope you can listen through that section without growing as teary eyed as our lead singer does when he performs it... though with each performance he's gaining more control of his emotional response

    
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SHAVONNE
  1. My heart brings me bak to you
  2. It´s amazing what love can do

Hi everyone. Hope you are all well and had a wonderful Easter break. Here are 2 more new songs from the pen of Ginny Peters. Hope you enjoy them. Thank you for your ongoing support. Kind regards // Shavonne

  
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COLIN PAUL
  1. Moon over Memphis
  2. It´s not goodbye

Hi, Thanks for the plays, Heres a couple more you may like. Its not goodbye written by Toni West and Geoff Taggart. Moon over Memphis Written by Jim Newcombe and Geoff Taggart, Regards Colin Paul

    
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
CD Tex (A)
  1. JOSH VINCENT: So much junk
    Josh was a police officer in the great state of Texas for 18 years. He says: "I still support all of my police brothers and sisters across the country and some of my experiences come out in a few of my songs. I have personally felt the pain of loss and destruction and I have been exposed to some of the worst situations imaginable, however I have been fortunate to always see a "silver lining." My songs are testaments of hope, love, compassion and seeing the "bigger picture" of life. I have come to appreciate that we are all different and different isn't weird, it's what makes you who you are. Despite how we are different from each other we all have one thing in common, we are all here trying to get by one day at a time and deal with the ever changing lives we live. "So Much Junk" was inspired by an ex-coworker of mine. He bought some cheap beer that was on sale and drank it all, then bought an expensive laptop. The next day he came to work and worries all day about how to tell his wife he spent money they didn't have. I myself being a Keystone light drinker and Amazon shopper had to write a song about it."
  2. BELLAMY BROTHERS: Hippie cowboys
    Howard and David continue to prove that the trail they?ve ridden to fame has been as unique as their music itself?music that is now celebrating over 40 years of success.
  3. JOHN HORD: Cheatin´ Death
    The follow up to ?Cowboy Angel?, John?s 3rd straight top 40 tune, ?Cheatin? Death? is a passionate, upbeat tune that details a devious plan to exact revenge on a cheating girlfriend and her secret lover! This great song is fun, relatable and ultimately, an overall fun tune!

    NO EXES WERE HARMED IN THE MAKING OF THIS SONG

  4. AMY JACK: Jack of all trades
    Amy Jack delivers a compelling and positive message of ?Single-Girl-Can-Do? in this upbeat and driving track. JACK OF ALL TRADES colors traditional imagery of tractors, cutoff jeans and tank tops, overlaying current trending messages of the strong independent contemporary single woman, touting the mantra ?...if she can?t do it, she don?t need it? and presenting side by side pictures of femininity and the hard working single woman with earthy lyrics "...chugging from a garden hose when she needs a drink? pushing the recurring theme, ?a single girl these days is a JACK OF ALL TRADES.? Singer, songwriter and producer Amy Jack is an Oklahoma native. Career highlights include the 2018 Winter Olympic's 'Team USA WinterFest' performances presented by HERSHEY'S, in Dallas and Nashville, National Anthem for MLB and penned song BORN TO LEAD the featured soundtrack to NCAA?s "Rotary Lombardi Awards." Jack is anticipating the release of her forthcoming Merle Haggard-Ace Otten produced LP
  5. BUBBA T: Texting Texas
    Honky Tonk revivalist Bubba T.?s latest single, ?Texting Texas,? opens with the twangin? Texas guitar sound and sing-along chorus that have become his trademarks. Soulful piano and fine fiddle work add to a haunting Hank, Jr. feel, and the mid-tempo song?s lyric addresses one of modern man?s most timely and important topics: texting. ?Let?s face it,? Bubba says. ?Our smartphones rule our lives these days. I mean, I?ve seen folks hangin? onto those things like they?re oxygen tanks or something. It?s crazy. When I heard this song, I knew I had to cut it. Romantically, it could be the story of my life ? and my many girlfriends and wives
  6. LYMAN ELLERMAN: The Addict
    The Addict? gives us a glimpse of the world from the mind of the addict. The isolation, the fear, the loneliness, and the desperate cry to be loved and understood in spite of the affliction that haunts them. Written by the father of an addict, and originally intended to raise awareness while his son was in recovery, The Addict instead is now a posthumous tribute to the son he so tragically lost to an overdose shortly after the song was recorded late in 2017. In 2016, 64,000 people, more than all the men and women who fought and died in Vietnam, died from drug overdoses in the Unites States. ?My son is gone and I can?t bring him back. My hope now is that this song may lead to understanding, that can lead to healing, not only for the addict, but for their families and friends who love them?. ? Lyman Ellerman As part of my goal to support ShatterProof.org, I am launching a fundraiser to raise ,000 to help them keep doing the very important work they do. From now until July 1, 2018
  7. GLEN TEMPLETON: Hip to be country
    "I'm not sure I chose country music, in a way it kind of chose me," explains Glen Templeton. GT, as his friends refer to him, had 10 or 11 jobs before country music became his full time career. He has played honky-tonks all over and found himself on a major production stage as he portrayed Conway Twitty in a tribute show. In 2008 GT with more than 20,000 hopefuls auditioning for the part, the Twitty family hand selected Glen to portray Conway in a touring musical. Fast forward to 2018, Templeton finds himself touring extensively in Texas and the southeast region. Fans young and old enjoy listening to him sing country classics as well as his original material. Glen had great success with his hits "Ball Cap" and "Let Her Go." His latest single, "Hip to Be Country," is sure to be a crowd pleaser
  8. GENEVIEVE ALLEN: Damn this rodeo
    Born and raised southwest of Houston, Texas, Genevieve grew up with two passions in life - music and horses. That has never stopped. She breeds, raises and trains horses and last year her single "Rob That Train" broke top 40 on the Texas Charts and made it to 34 on the CDX Charts. She has since become an independent artist and is releasing her sophomore single "Damn This Rodeo". Raised on the music of Chris LeDoux, she writes and sings about the world she knows
  9. BRAD GOOD: Magic woman
    Brad Good Is a singer-songwriter from Apache, OK. Previous releases include Take Me Home, ?Round Here, Highway Headed Home, Don?t Say That to Me, 3 Shots of Whiskey, Poor Man?s Son, & Isabella.

  
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
Airplay Express March 2018 (A)
  1. PAUL ARMAN: Always be mine
    Written by Paul A. Arman III
  2. CELINE JAQULYNN: Time for anew
    Written By American songwriter Dennis DiChiaro
  3. DONNY RICHMOND: Ridin´ out the storm
    Written by Marty Mouton / Donny Richmond
  4. KIRK T: What if
    Written by Marian Lee
  5. LARRY M. CLARK: Is this the best
    Written and Performed By Larry M. Clark
  6. RANDY ALBRIGHT: Which way to go
    Written by Pappy Jack Stracker / Tim Fogarty
  7. LUANNE HUNT & STEVEN BANKEY: Lightning in a bottle
    Written by Luanne Hunt / Steve Hunt / Steven Bankey
  8. IRLENE MANDRELL: Thanks to you
    Thanks To You, on Reviver Records. This Patriotic project delivers Irlene's heartfelt message to our nation's military, veterans, law enforcement and first responders & praises them in their vigilant fight as they continue to risk their lives on behalf of our freedom. "This album is dedicated to our military, our law enforcement, our first responders, and everyone who works tirelessly to keep us safe & free," says Mandrell. "You are our heroes, and we thank you for everything you do!"
  9. HELEN & PAUL MATEKI: Forbidden memories
    Written by Shayne Vaughan
  10. THE THREE BEES: Eighteen wheeler
    Written by Barbara Blevins / Clyde R Birkla / Keith Bradford
  11. LARRY M. CLARK: When I was 20
    Written and performed by Larry M. Clark
  12. JACKSON NICKELS: The loner
    Written and performed by Jackson Nickels

  
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
Diamondback Records #25 (A)
  1.  ALLEN KARL: I´m taking her memory out tonight
    It’s a lovers’ rendezvous & he’s doin’ it right; a table for two; just him & her memory
  2.  B. JEFF STONE: The other side of town
    Whenever the lonelies come around, Heaven’s waiting on the other side of town
  3.  DONNA CUNNINGHAM: Better days to cry
    Classy artist sings a classy song; “I’m not gonna’ break down if you walk out that door… I got better days to cry!”
  4.  DENNIS BLAIR: No one even knows his name
    John Durkin; Vegas comedian/artist opened for George Carlin 18 years; A street corner singer wows everyone passing by, who can’t believe he’s not rich & famous
  5.  WENDY FORD: Crack of dawn
    sequel to “Not OK Corral” (AKA High Noon); the morning of the duel. From the forthcoming Hippy Cowgirl album; another great 4 minute musical movie
  6.  RAY WILLIAM ROLDAN: Big skies
    They put the stars from the sky in the L.A. sidewalk, to dance on ‘em like the angels do
  7.  ROBIN GABLE: Jami
    Performs live in So. California clubs & donates time at senior centers. A very beautiful song from a loving mother to daughter; warning: teardrops may fall!
  8.  ALLEN KARL & DONNA CUNNINGHAM: In the middle of a heartache
    Cover of Wanda Jackson hit! Two of Country music’s favorite stars team up for a duet revealing feelings about conflict in love relationships
  9.  WILLIAM RAY: Seven years
    7 years and pretty women in every state are not enough for him to forget that special one
  10.  MAX T. BARNES: Steamboat
    Father & son, with multiple top 10 & #1 songs under their belts, collaborate to write this story about a worker on a Mississippi Steamboat… “six more days & I’ll be home”
  11.  KEITH GODKIN: She got the diamondStanding at the alter all alone; what else to do but drown your misery with your friends?
  12.  TIM BUPPERT: Any fool could see it
    So. California singer / songwriter brings us another hit country song. Hey, I”m the biggest fool of all; if everyone else could see it, why didn’t I?
  13.  REX ALLEN, Jr & LISA STEWART: Cup of tea
    Another Rex Allen, Jr. classic with Lisa Stewart, his singing partner on the TNN TV show, “Yesteryear”
  14.  ALLAN TRAYNOR: The Old D18
    A narrative about an old guitar player & an old Martin guitar, who find each other at an auction and, surprisingly, make beautiful music together
  15.  MITCH SNOW: It happened in Bandera
    Blue eyed boy meets brown eyed girl, and love happens… with a few issues to overcome
  16.  DENNIS BLAIR: You were my last good time
    Dennis Blair & John Durkin collaborate to bring us another great song, recalling happier times when she was here with him
  17.  TERRY GORKA: Beautiful dreamer
    It’s a beautiful world out here in the country; don’t wake me up if it’s just a dream

  
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THE COUNTY BOYS
Sam Hall (S)
Howdy, I'm proud to announce that now we can release "SAM HALL" to the world's greatest DJ's. It is the 1th single release from my EP-CD "SAM HALL" (High Cotton Records LC 14575 GERMANY) from THE COUNTY BOYS located in the South of Germany. This Song is one of Cash Greatest but not so popular Track, makin´ the Crowd yellin´ on every Stage the County Boys nowadays are on. The CD of the 3 County Boys from the beautiful Swabia, more specifically from the beautiful County Reutlingen near Stuttgart, describes their creative Honky Tonk Work from their authentic Performances with a Touch of an OUTLAW Feeling.

Marc Holmes (UK) on bass, Frank Brodmann (D) at the drums and Andy Keinath (D) at the E, at the A-Git and the vocals.

Official Release Date for the "Hardware"- Sale is 1st May 2018....but yet available on evry inet store like Amazon, Spotify, iTunes etc...…

      
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BUCK T. EDWARDS
Release Your Inner Redneck (A)
Buck's 2011 release contains ten "live" tracks that are staples of his concerts. Great performances and jams!

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BLANDADE ARTISTER
CRS vol.206 (A)
  1. TONY COOK: Country recognised
    TONY COOK is known for his passion, and music for the outback, but his latest single, ‘COUNTRY RECOGNISED,’ takes us down another path and gives us an insight into his past. Having served in the Australian Defence Force, this latest single touches on his time spent in the ADF and about those who served overseas and never made it home. He also lets us in on the struggles faced by Vets dealing with PTSD. Tony is being helped by Mates 4 Mates with this single, in an attempt to raise awareness and funds to help support veterans, and in return Tony is donating a portion of the profits ofthe sale of this song to help support Mates with their incredible work. In the lead up to Anzac Day this song is a “must listen” and it’s a very fitting tribute to those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice
  2. BRAD MARKS: Yesterday
    ‘YESTERDAY’ is the song of a man giving his perception on how strong his love is for his wife. He reflects on their journey through life, explaining how at 18, and a bit on the wild side, she came into his life and turned him around for the better. He goes on to reflect on the big steps in their lives together and explain that if he could do it all again, he wouldn’t change a thing because of how strong their love is and what they have achieved together. “It’s a song that i hope many people can relate to and connect with and maybe even remind people of their own connections with their partners and remember the memories and achievements they have made together and will continue to make”
  3. AMBER JOY POULTON: Not foolin´ around
    Multi-awarded South Australian singer songwriter AMBER JOY POULTON found inspiration in the ‘western’ themes of old time Country music when writing for her fifth album, ‘HOW IT USED TO BE’. The first release off the album, ‘BEST LIAR IN TOWN’ was embraced by both radio & her fans as a return to her classic traditional best with a tale of a broken heart. This new release, ‘NOT FOOLIN’ AROUND’ is an amusing, thought provoking murder-ballad and was written especially for AMBER JOY by her co-writer & producer, SAM HAWKSLEY & is bound to get the toes tapping & rule out any thoughts of "Fooling' Around". Amber is possessed by traditional classics, how country music ‘used to be’ & is currently channelling Loretta in her successful touring production, ‘Coal Miner’s Daughter’
  4. ERNIE CONSTANCE: If it ain´t broke
    Ernie’s new album, ‘LEAD A HORSE TO WATER’ is his third to be produced by STUIE FRENCH at Swingin Door Studio. It features 13 “non-fiction” songs, there are no fictitious characters, places or situations. As with all his 8 albums he has penned all of the songs. He has now recorded 100 of his own songs including the 16 songs he had recorded by Slim Dusty. ‘IF IT AIN’T BROKE’ is a tongue-in-cheek look at Ernie’s own ability when it comes to using farm machinery. There is a very well-known saying “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”. Well, according to Ernie when his sons worked on the property with him their saying was “if it ain’t broke, then it ain’t been touched by Dad”. He is much better at breaking machinery than he is at fixing it
  5. KOREY LIVY: Anzac Hero
    KOREY LIVY is not afraid to say it how it is and that’s exactly what he’s done in his new single, ‘ANZAC HERO’, a song that should never have needed to be written. For the men who fought in Vietnam, some who went willingly, and others that the government made the decision for them. Our involvement in the Vietnam action ended in 1972, but our troops weren’t given a welcome home parade until 1987. ‘ANZAC HERO’ was written to give those men, who fought and died, the recognition they deserve. Not easy to listen to, but their story needs to be told
  6. BECKY DENTON: I call it love
    It’s difficult to believe that a voice so huge can come from such a petite frame. It’s the sound of a true seasoned performer, one whose goal is to connect with each and every listener. Born and raised in Paris, Missouri, a young Becky actually sang before she spoke her first words. Her childhood was filled with singing, and she had a natural feel for showmanship right from the start. In the last two years, Becky has made her presence known in Nashville, writing and producing new music with a bevy of talented musicians and songwriters. Recently, she had the honour of hearing one of her songs played worldwide on Country Music’s most beloved radio station, 650 AM WSM. Newly married Becky is excited to be releasing her second Australian single! Becky’s previous single, ‘I LOVE DOLLY’, was recorded and released under the name of Becky Blackaby. Becky is now performing under her married name of BECKY DENTON
  7. LLOYD BACK: One phone call every year
    From rural Queensland, singer/songwriter LLOYD BACK has featured at a number of country music festivals in Queensland and NSW. Lloyd is a regular solo acoustic performer, carving out his own unique style and doing shows for travellers from all around the country at campgrounds and caravan parks. His easy listening songs draw on both his own and other people's life experiences, and move people - to tap their toes, to enter into the story, to laugh and sometimes to cry. His latest album, ‘TRAVELLING WITH YOU’, has been very well received by fans old and new, with his stories and songs resonating personally with many listeners. ‘ONE PHONE CALL EVERY YEAR’ is the story of staying in touch, over many years, with significant people who come into, and enrich, our lives
  8. NOEL BALFOUR & THE CHRIS SAXTON BAND: I´d walk a hundred miles
    “The melody came to me in my sleep about 4 months ago”. “I had no idea about a title or lyrics and then, about 4 weeks ago, I was thinking about Lorna, as I always do, about when I was courting her. She lived at one end of Sydney and I was at the other end. It was too far to ride my horse, so I used to walk to public transport and travel at least 5 times a week to see her for 12 months until she agreed to marry me, so the lyrics came to me straight from the heart, “I’d walk a hundred miles to be with you.” “With the help of CHRIS SAXTON & ANDY BUSUTTIL, of Blue Mountain Sound, I recorded it. I hope you like it”. - Noel Balfour
  9. BRADY, STEWART, GREEN & YOUNG: You wuldn´t know love
    ‘YOU WOULDN’T KNOW LOVE’ is the third single from BRADY, STEWART, GREEN & YOUNG’s forthcoming album, ‘BLINDED TO THE BLUE’, the completion of which has been delayed by family illnesses. STEPHEN BRADY takes the lead vocal on a song which features musical contributions from ANDY LEFTWICH, WANDA VICK, MARK BURCHFIELD, MARK CASSTEVENS, MICK ALBECK and DAMIAN deBOOS-SMITH

  
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GERI KANE
If she don´t want you (S)
Hi Folks! Here is the wonderful new single from Geri Kane. Written by Jordan Mogey, "If She Don't Want You" is produced by Stephen Smyth. I hope you will give it your favourable attention

  
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JEFF COLTREC
Guitar man (A)
Please be sure and take a listen to the brand new single "Cold Beer Store". A very fun song that everyone over age 30 can relate to.

Jeff remembers picking the strings on his Silvertone acoustic guitar and listening to folks like Waylon Jennings & Johnny Cash. Jeff grew up in Espyville, PA working on his families farm and at 21 he started driving big trucks. Jeff is a member of ASCAP and the writer & publisher of all of his songs on this CD. He gives a lot of credit to his producer Dick McVey for his success. Jeff now lives in Nashville, TN and enjoys playing guitar, bass & banjo and you can hear those on all of his recordings along with some of Nashville's finest session players. In 2015 Jeff started performing & recording under the stage name of Jeff Coltrec. He stated the reason for the change was there were a few too many Jeff Olson's in the world and he wanted a name that would be easily recognizable

    
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MARTY RIVERS
  1. God sent angel
  2. Lora Mae

With Easter only one week away, I thought of sharing with you a self-penned song of Hope and Faith. The song is called "God Sent Angel", which I wrote for my Midnight Sky album; it was recorded at GC Studios, Nashville; Producer Gary Carter.

My self-penned song, 'Lora Mae'; originally recorded for my Midnight Sky album but never released before as a radio single; it's less traditional than all my previous radio singles so I hope you can include it on your show if it fits your radio format; Recorded at GC Studios, Nashville. Producer Gary Carter

      Country
Datum: 2018-03-24
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PETER TRENHOLM
  1. On Calvary´s Mountain
  2. In the shadows of my mind
  3. The purple robe
  4. Take me in your lifeboat

Hello to all my D.J. friends. Hope you are all well. Here are a couple songs that I hope you will consider for radio airplay.

1. "On Calvary’s Mountain", A Bluegrass Gospel song ,one of my own compositions that can be played during Easter. This is from my CD Bluegrass Gospel Treasures issued by Rosedale records in 2017.

2. "In The Shadows Of My Mind", a Classic Country song, a brand new release from my CD Adios Amigo & George Longard is playing guitar on this cut.

3. "The Purple Robe"...is from my CD Old Brush Arbors issued through Rosedale Records in Ontario, Canada. I learned this song from a Cowboy Copas recording.

4. "Take Me In Your Lifeboat".... is from my CD “The Little Country Church”. This one I learned from a recording by Red Smiley & The Bluegrass Cutups. Both songs were recorded with Bluegrass legend Ray Legere from Sackville, N.B., Canada

Hope you like them & may consider them for your programs. Wishing you folks all the best from old Pugwash Nova Scotia Canada where we receive 14” of snow last night!!!

  
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Photo: Raymond Mosken
COUNTRY HEROES
Hangover from your kisses (S)
Country Heroes is releasing their second single ‘Hangover from your kisses’ on march 23 for their forthcoming album ‘Honky Tonk Tears’.

A lot of us may have been involved with a person who turned out to not be as much in love as first presumed. This is the song to all of you who now stand alone heartbroken with empty pockets full of fake promises. But remember, Country Heroes understands you and put a gentle arm around your shoulder.

Musically we are still in the 50/60s honky tonk and Bakersfield sound. It's like Buck Owens meet up with Lefty Frizzel and Hank Thompson that turn into catchy pop song that could easily be transferred to a modern day jukebox.

The lyrics is written by Jørund Vålandsmyr and the American singer and songwriter Brennen Leigh, who's also been editor on all the lyrics on the full album. The music is written by Jørund Vålandsmyr.

  • Jørund Vålandsmyr: vocals/guitar
  • Daniel Vidarson Gullien: guitar
  • Bjørn Haglund: drums
  • Tore Blestrud: pedal Steel
  • Ivar Brynildsen: bass

  
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LARISSA TORMEY
Cowgirls don´t cry (A)
Second country album of Irish/Russian singer-songwriter Larissa Tormey. World never heard Irish Country with Russian flavor yet! Album released 17th of March 2018, at St.Partrick's Day, which become a traditional for Larissa, since success of her last year release "God Loves A Trier" in March 2017 Larissa continues her music journey throughout Ireland. Album consist of 13 popular country/folk songs including Danny Boy- With Russian Flavor in two languages, which become very popular in Ireland when Larissa released it as a Christmas Single last year. Album produced by Peter Ware who’s recent productions include Dominic Kirwan, Mary Duff and Charlie Landsborough Larissa and Peter rewrote the lyrics of the first track on the album: "Thanks God I'm a Country Girl", and put her story there with a great sense of humour!

Larissa moved to the Midland’s in Ireland some years ago from Moscow and has been recording and singing since, but this year her profile was lifted when she appeared on prime television shows “Today with Maura & Daithi” and “Nationwide” with her amazing story of Russian Opera singer who ended up living on the farm and singing Irish country!

      Country
Datum: 2018-03-20
Label:

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BLANDADE ARTISTER
TSP´s Country & Americana vol.175 (A)
  1. MICHAEL J.S.: Read the signs
  2. MARIA CARMI: Ain´t life grand (Nothing goes the way Ya plan)
  3. COL MILLINGTON & GENE BRADLEY FISK: I ain´t dead (just retired)
  4. BILLY ERRY: Party going on
  5. DOUG ADKINS: Second hand heart
  6. ERICKA CANNADY: Oblivious
  7. RANDY CHERKIS: I could have loved you
  8. NASHVILLE SESSION PLAYERS: Trumpty Dumpty
  9. RICHARD REED: A sailor´s life
  10. MARSHA SUE MITCHELL: When I learn to love
  11. STEVIE & DEB CEE: Let´s go
  12. J.D. JOHANSSON: Do you remember
  13. J.D. STRAIT: Dancin´ shadows on the wall
  14. HEART TO HEART: I wanna see you there
  15. LEO HAYES: Dreaming of Texas & you
  16. BILLY BERRY: Traveling
  17. SLIM ANDREWS: The mark of a heel
  18. ART CARTER: My friend
  19. TONY CLARK: It´s only a heartbreak
  20. TRENT AGECOUTAY: Kokum´s stories (IRSC: USCGH1890575)

  
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DAVID WALL
Arlington oh Arlington (S)
While almost all of those buried in Arlington are United States military, there is a few from the UK, Netherlands, Canada, France and Australia. We hope you find the message strong enough to be of interest in your country. It might be that all freedom loving people, those who love and appreciate good music , will be interested in the message. And its safe to say that every country is seeking patriotism. Let me know your thoughts.

As I watch the love for America decay every day, I feel so sorry that people who get so much out of America cares so little. Most people live their entire lives and give nothing to their country. Yet, they expect so much from it. This sad condition has given me reason to record my song, Arlington, Oh, Arlington. Even the title should inspire most Americans. The thought of the Arlington National Cemetery, with its many heroes, should give us all cause to pause and say thanks to those who paid the supreme cost. We must never forget those men and women, who faced death, yet had the courage to pay the price of freedom for us all. We must ask ourselves if we would have the strength to be so brave. What courage it takes!

With such inspiration, David Wall, Huntsville's most impressive new voice, went into the studio in hopes of getting a sound track that matched the message of Arlington Oh Arlington. Attached is the final product topped off by David's voice. Some people who read just the first four lines of Arlington Oh Arlington said it gave them a chill bumps. I have attached the lyric poster so if you chose to read the lyrics you may get the same feeling.

So please give a listen to Arlington Oh Arlington and if you agree we have a wonderful message that should be heard we would appreciate any attention you can give our song. // George Wells (USAF 1951-1955)

  
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SHAVONNE
  1. Make me one promise
  2. Straight talk

Hi everyone hope you are all well. after being sick for quite a while, I'm finally well and so hereare 2 new songs written by Ginny Peters of New Zealand Hope you enjoy them Thank you for your continued support

  
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JOHN LEAVY
I watch the sunrise (S)
My close friend John Leavy passed away last Friday after along hard fought battle with a tumour on his brain. A great vocal talent was lost to the world. I attach an example of John's work. I hope you will see fit to include it in his memory. Regards, Howard Dee Crean

  
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VICKIE CROSS
Michty is he (S)
Here is a new release from Vickie Cross. This is Vickie's first radio release in a while. She stays busy singing in and around her hometown in Texas. This is a song her grandmother wanted her to release. I hope you and your listeners will enjoy it. Written by Vickie Darnell Borgfeld

  
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MANDY ROWDEN
When that day comes (A)
In 2017 Mandy was signed to Colorado's Howlin' Dog Records and recorded her HDR debut When That Day Comes, due in March, 2018. When That Day Comes is a collaboration between Mandy and HDR producer Don Richmond and includes a wide array of songs from dark, twisty, rock exploring the sudden loss of a loved one (Benton's Song) to a 'will we or won't we' cajun waltz fiddled by Rowden herself (Bad Things Happen), and a touching tribute by way of Angel Dream #2 to the late, great Tom Petty.

2018 puts Mandy back on the road in a big way when her new record comes out, as well as recording a new album with her side project Conditional Lovers under producer Hunt Sales (Iggy Pop, David Bowie's Tin Machine).

  
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CLARK FORD
I don´t want to work today (S)
Clark Ford is a singer-songwriter from California, living in Iowa. He has just released his terrific new single - "I Don't Want To Work Today" - a sentiment most of us can relate too!

Clark Ford is a songwriter from California, living in Iowa. He writes songs in several genres, including pop, country, rock, sacred, and Americana.? He has recently released an album of pop and country songs, ?In My Heart,? that includes the country songs? ?You?re the Best.? You?re Missing Me,? ?Inner Beauty,? and ?Unconditionally.? His pop song "Throwin' it All Away" was was awarded "runner up" in the 2016 Song of the Year songwriting contest." Many of his songs are featured in a series of full-length musicals he has written, set in each of the last 6 decades. Clark's songs have been professionally arranged and recorded at a studio in Nashville (Underground Treehouse Studio).

    
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JASE LANSKY
Baby you´re the right one (S)
Hi Göran Ohlzon Just a quick email to say thank you so very much to yourself and HAWKRIDGE STUDIO for supporting my previous single ‘Back to Blue’. The song peaked at an amazing Number 5 on the Top 40 Australian Country Tracks Charts and is still receiving airplay around the country.

Today, with the help of Key2Artist Promotions I am releasing my next single ‘Baby You’re The Right One’. This is the fourth release from my debut album ‘Rip it up!’ and I really hope you enjoy it as much as I did writing and recording it.

So thank you once again for all your support

    
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KELLY LYNN MADISON
Let it go (S)
Kelly Lynn Madison's new single “Let It Go” was released February 14th, 2018 and is available wherever music is sold or streamed. Madison wrote and recorded the song at Dark Horse Studios in Franklin, TN. "Let it Go" turned out so beautifully as a rough cut that she decided to release an unplugged version in advance. Madison is currently completing her forthcoming album, tentatively titled "Open Road."

    
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SLIM ANDREWS
  1. The mark of a heel
  2. Black Velvet Band
  3. When Irish Eyes Are Smiling - Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ra

This is a traditional song initially recorded by Hank Thompson in 1971. Slim loved it and wanted to do it, and he put it on his album, "Thru the Years With Slim Andrews & The Cumberland Valley Revue," that was released in 2008. Slim is one of the last of his kind. Born in 1931, he started singing in 1941 and he hasn't stopped since. He has dedicated 77 years of his life to country music at the grass roots level. He has been one of those who has kept country music alive at the local level throughout his career. He has played on stage with some pretty big names, and he has booked some pretty big names into shows in the Northern New England and upstate New York area during his long career in the business. In the '70's, Slim owned and managed his own country music establishment with his then wife, Gini. He has lost two wives and three children along the way, yet he still was able to write a song called, "Born To Win." He's an unbelievable man of courage, and an amazing example of what one person can do in his own backyard who is dedicated to country music. He provided the leadership for the creation of the Maine Country Music Association, The Maine Country Music Hall of Fame, and the Maine Country Music Hall of Fame Museum. I can tell you very honestly that Slim is "one with you" in the great independent country music movement that you all have been a part of for so many years

In the spirit of St. Patrick's Day coming right up, I'm attaching a copy of "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling" blended with "Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral," and "Black Velvet Band" by Slim Andrews for your airplay consideration. It's just Slim and his guitar on these two cuts, and they are very well done. A kind of "pure" presentation that you might hear if Slim where playing for you in your living room. Slim sends you his regards, and thanks you all for keeping him on Joyce's Top 200 Chart. As you know, he and I are friends and only live a few miles from each other. I spoke with him on the phone today and he told me he's going in for some cancer surgery in the next few days. Nothing extremely serious, but his prostate cancer has spread into a different area of his body and the doctors want to get this under control as soon as possible. We'll pray for the expected successful outcome of this procedure. Thank you for your continued support of the world's best indie artists. It's very meaningful to Slim at this time in his life to know that after seven decades as a grassroots artist in country music, people around the world are still hearing his music. It's great medicine, believe me. :) Till next time, Jim Flynn

  
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STEVIE AND DEB CEE
Let´s Go (S)
Stevie and Deb did a tour of Australia several years ago and loved every minute of it. They were a very popular act not only in their home state of Maine, but in other parts of the USA too.

Stevie passed away on November 11, 2016, after many years in the business. He and Deb were always great together in duets. Stevie, with Deb's help, wrote most of his recorded songs. It's always a difficult pitch to another artist who writes songs, but I was fortunate enough to get this cut because the both liked it. :)

  
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TONI WEST
Our favourite country oldies (S)
Hi there Goran. Here is my latest recording "Our Favourite Country Oldies" - I do hope you have chance to listen if it is suitable for your show. Thanks for your time // Toni xx

  
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DARREN MULLINS
The Black Velvet Band (S)
Here is are some songs for St. Patrick's Day, recorded in various styles

  
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AMANDA SHIRES
  1. Upon hearing violins
  2. Angels and acrobats
  3. Whispering

  • -Member of the Texas Playboys with Tommy Allsup (Buddy Holly &The Crickets)
  • -Member of the Thrift Store Cowboys 2009 - present
  • -Sidewalk Song" featured on NPR's All Things Considered
  • -Best Seller Award Miles of Music
  • -Western swing and country fiddle training by Frankie -McWhorter (Texas Playboy) Lanny Fiel & Bob Boatright
  • -Gibson Guitar Company breakout act 2009

  
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ANGUS GILL
Hands are clean (S)
To brighten up your day, Angus Gill has released his latest single, Hands Are Clean, with a video that shows a different side of the 20-year-old Wauchope singer-songwriter. The single is the second from his debut album, Nomad, and the follow-up to the humorous track, Roadworks. Angus performed on radio shows including the Ray Hadley Morning Show and Grant Goldemna's breakfast show as well as television program Studio 10.

Hands Are Clean has a serious message behind it - don't judge people merely on what you see. It is a message that has resonated with Angus' audiences and has become a fan favourite on his live shows

      Country
Datum: 2018-03-01
Label:

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C.C. GRACE
So Far Away: Songs of the 1970s (A)
C.C. Grace's third musical adventure! Hand-picked tunes from a decade rich with melody and heart. This stellar collection will take you back to a gentler time and a kinder world. Sit back and let C.C's sultry voice return you to the music that mattered.

C.C. Grace is a reincarnation of the spirit of 1970s Southern California cosmic country folk-rock, currently living in Pasadena, CA. Little is known of her early life. She appears to have emerged on the California music scene full-grown. Some say she is the alter-ego of Callie Cardamon, a jazz singer also living in Pasadena, CA. But Callie Cardamon is a brunette and barely five feet tall, whereas C.C. Grace is a blonde and easily 5’2” (in her kick-ass cowboy boots), so that couldn’t be true. Plus, C.C. Grace denies that she is anyone’s alter-ego and finds it insulting to be considered a mere creation of someone else’s imagination. Regardless of who she is and where she came from, this girl can sing a song and bring tears to your eyes. Her sultry voice and finger-style guitar-playing, reminiscent of James Taylor, Jim Croce, and Joni Mitchell, will soothe the ears and the soul.

In 2013 C.C. released her first album, “Fortunate Woman,” a collection of original songs, plus two classic country covers. Next up was a year-long meditation on Neil Young’s tunes for her 2015 tribute album “Cowgirl in the Sand.” Both albums are Editors’ Picks at CD Baby and have gained her loyal followers around the world. 2018’s “So Far Away” is a collection of songs which informed her awakening as a singer and songwriter

      
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ALAN LAWLOR
Homeland (S)
Following on from the huge success of his last single ‘The Flood’, multi-instrumentalist, Alan Lawlor from Co Westmeath now releases his new single ‘Motherland’. Alan is a classically trained Military Musician, currently employed by the Irish Defence Forces as a clarinet player, and is a much sought after singer and performer. He has a broad repertoire in relation to music and instruments and, in addition to the above, is proficient in playing the guitar, bodhran, saxophone and tin whistle.

In 2011/ 2012, Alan appeared on the very first series of 'The Voice of Ireland’, where he was mentored closely by Sharon Corr (Singer/ Songwriter - The Corrs)) and Don Mescall, (Internationally acclaimed Songwriter and Producer). During his time on the show, Alan received numerous testimonials and compliments on his singing abilities from Westlife’s Kian Egan, The Blizzard’s Niall Breslin (‘Bressie’), Brian Kennedy and Sharon Corr - but Don Mescall saying "I’ve been around singers for a long time and I think you are world class" was probably the most notable. During a RTE 2FM interview with Sharon Corr, Ryan Tubridy mentioned that he thought Alan was a "fantastic singer, who should have went much further on the show".

Over the past twelve months, Alan has released three music videos – all of which have racked up tens of thousands of views online: ‘The Bravest’ – is a tribute to the Fire fighter’s of 9/11 which has been viewed in excess of 100,000 times and has been shared across the world. 'Sam Hall’ and ‘John O Dreams’ – both of which have been viewed over 50k times and have repeatedly been aired on SKY 389 ‘Hot Country’ television show.

Alan has also appeared on TG4’s ‘Opry an Luir’ where he accompanied legendary Irish Singer TR Dallas as a guitar player and backing vocalist

  
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JORDAN MOGEY
Who needs you anyway (S)
H Folks Well here is the one Country fans have been waiting for.The new single from Jordan Mogey titled "Who Needs You Anyway". The song is the result of a dynamic collaboration between Jordan and two of Nashville's finest writers Gerald Smith(What Part of No,Every Second) and Kent "Max" Maxson(From Where I'm Sitting,Mr Noble). Their regular writing sessions will make up the entire content of Jordan's forthcoming album. Produced by Clive Culbertson at No Sweat Studios Coleraine this track only confirms what many already believe, that this 23 year old singer songwriter is firmly set on the road to greatness. Enjoy!!

  
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
CRS DOWNLOAD SPRING 2018 (A)
  1. AMBIENCE OF CAROLINA: Missing you
    Hailing from Melbourne Australia, ‘AMBIENCE OF CAROLINA’ blends a broad spectrum of musical genres to move listeners with her unique style. Her debut self-titled EP delivers a journey in emotions, showcasing the darkness, beauty, and complications that we all experience in life, but always with an overarching theme of hope and positivity. The six-track EP finds it’s grounding in AMBIENCE OF CAROLINA’s personal life experience and view of the world as she delivers emotionally powerful music with modern pop sensibilities. Her new single, MISSING YOU, was written in honour of her mother whose birthday is 28th Feb, a little over a year after she passed away. This beautiful single expresses the heart aching emotion of losing the ones you love & how love truly never "dies"
  2. LUCY PACE: Back to the country
    LUCY PACE is a country singer/songwriter from Melbourne, Australia who has a passion for all types of music. Lucy has always been in a musical environment having her father as a role model in playing live music, this has helped her with industry contacts and experience. ‘BACK TO THE COUNTRY’ is taken from LUCY PACE’s album, ‘COUNTRY FEVER’ showcasing a diverse range of country music with different instrumentals encompassed in a 10-track album. Like most musicians, Lucy knows the music industry is no easy feat and whilst never thinking she would be able to cover expensive costs whilst working a daytime job, she is now fulfilling her destiny recording and playing music around Australia!
  3. VANESSA BOURNE: Old familiar ways
    VANESSA BOURNE couldn’t be more thrilled with her success of ‘HURTIN’ OVER YOU’. Though it only got up to 20 on the Australian Country Charts and number 5 on the Official Tasmania Country Charts (and still climbing) it was number 1 on Top 40 International Mainstream Country Charts which features with over 3000 other Artists. ‘OLD FAMILIAR WAYS’ is Vanessa’s new single and she is so happy that she got to work with CURT RYLE from Nashville. CURT RYLE yet again has produced this song for her as he did with ‘HURTIN’ OVER YOU’ and he intends to produce all her songs. This song is being released in Australia and World-wide. Vanessa would like to thank all the radio presenters for showing her their support and says’ without their support her songs from the heart would not get heard’ and for that she is thankful

  
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
CD Tex (A)
  1. RANDY OVERTON: Home sweet honky tonk
    Growing up on a small cattle operation in Texas develops an understanding of how one benefits from a strong work ethic and an appreciation for all that life has to offer. A large part of that appreciation struck Randy at an early age in the form of rock-n-roll and country music. Writing songs and performing provides the expression that he deeply enjoys. Having opened shows for such country acts as George Strait, Randy Travis and the Dixie Chicks to name a few, Randy has made a name for himself as a singer/songwriter with a vision and a voice to be heard. With the support of his family, Randy has been able to accomplish many of his musical aspirations while fulfilling another dream of which he is most proud, that being the life of a full-time firefighter. "It's such an honor to be given the chance to have a positive impact on the lives of others. I have been blessed," he gratefully states. He continues to make that impact through both avenues
  2. DAMON CURTIS: Here´s to goodbye
    Damon Curtis began singing at an early age and grew into writing music as a teen. After picking up a guitar at the age of 20, Damon showcased his talents at venues around his hometown of Moulton, Tx. Damon credits his parents with instilling a love for Country music by always listening to legends like Haggard, Whitley and Strait. With the enthusiastic receptions Damon received from his local fans, he, along with some other local musicians decided to pool their talents into a band. Several years later, Damon and his band are still driven by the thrill of performing for their adoring fans and their insatiable desire to make a mark on country music. In the summer of 2017, Damon Curtis released his EP, Changing Lanes. Found on iTunes, Spotify, Pandora and other streaming music services, Changing Lanes made 2017 a banner year for Damon. However, with a new single headed to radio, several new tour dates, and a new album in the works Damon is destined to have another spectacular year
  3. GLEN TEMPLETON: Hip to be country
    "I'm not sure I chose country music, in a way it kind of chose me," explains Glen Templeton. GT, as his friends refer to him, had 10 or 11 jobs before country music became his full time career. He has played honky-tonks all over and found himself on a major production stage as he portrayed Conway Twitty in a tribute show. In 2008 GT with more than 20,000 hopefuls auditioning for the part, the Twitty family hand selected Glen to portray Conway in a touring musical. Fast forward to 2018, Templeton finds himself touring extensively in Texas and the southeast region. Fans young and old enjoy listening to him sing country classics as well as his original material. Glen had great success with his hits "Ball Cap" and "Let Her Go." His latest single, "Hip to Be Country," is sure to be a crowd pleaser
  4. THOMAS MICHAEL RILEY: Get back up & ride
    11th Annual "Thomas Michael Riley" Music Festival, Luckenbach, TX June 8-9, 2018
  5. BETH NOBLE: Story of her life
    Based in Austin, Texas, Beth Noble is taking over the airwaves with the rockin' tunes and catchy lyrics from her recently released EP, ?The Story of Her Life.? Full of energy and spunk, Beth is wooing the hearts of audience members everywhere she goes. Originally from East Texas, Beth started her music career at a young age singing old Hymns in her parent?s restaurant, Pine Mills Catfish. Beth took her love for music with her to Austin, Texas while she attended college at the University of Texas. Since her graduation, she formed Beth Noble and the Spring Creek Band, featuring her dad, keeping the family tradition alive! The band plays around Austin, from Downtown 6th street to the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. Having released her debut EP, ?The Story of Her Life? in July of 2017, Beth is continuing to build off her success as a new artist
  6. BRENT GIDDENS BAND: Why I´m single
    Brent Giddens Band is a five-piece band with a fiddle, a steel guitar, and amazing harmonies. Their single, ?Why I?m single? off their 2018 album ?Red Dirt Blues,? has caught some additional attention with a new music video. The Brent Giddens Band are known for their high energy and unforgettable live shows and they set out to capture that energy in their second music video. The video was filmed at the Historic Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Muskogee. We had the privilege of having Tyler Roberds of Roberds Productions shoot the video, and our drummer, Jason Salsman, did the editing
  7. NICK STERLING: Blood in the water
    Honesty, dedication and integrity are vital components of being a musician, and a soldier. Nick Sterling, a former infantryman in the U.S. Army and Purple Heart recipient, brings each of these to the Texas Music scene by presenting songs of loss, struggle and love with a delivery that is as heartbreaking as it is inspiring. Like many Combat Veterans, transitioning to civilian life was difficult as Sterling searched for that same sense of purpose he had while serving his country. Realizing music was the mission he had been longing for, he uses his talents to continue serving and is donating all proceeds from the ?Stand Your Ground? EP to the Lone Survivor Foundation
  8. ADRIAN JOHNSTON feat. JORDAN ISAAC: Damn I want to love like that
    A call and response style song, this is the next Texas duet everyone will be singing for years to come! ?I want to make this whole room jealous? wraps up this song in the first line; from the eyes of a couple in love, ?Damn, I want a love like that? will make everyone want a love that drives you wild, forever and ever and out of your mind. Jordan Issac, a new male vocalist on the Texas scene, brings his full vocals to the forefront on this song which is straight magic when aligned with Johnston?s vocals. Up- tempo and constant lyrics throughout the whole song, electric guitar matches the vocals beat by beat with no breaths left in between
  9. STEVE HELMS: Can I buy you a country song
    Here is a little information about Steve Helms new album, ?Can I Buy You a Country Song.? Featuring Benny McArthur, guitarist for George Strait, whom also produced this album. This is Steve?s fourth album and eighteenth single Steve?s schedule is filling up quickly, along with radio stations adding the new single and retailers wanting more Cd?s! Steve Helms new single ?Can I Buy You a Country Song? is attached if you haven?t had a chance to download it. Check it out! It?s time to jump on board ?Can I Buy You a Country Song?!
  10. COWBOY TROY: As long as it´s in Texas
    Hick-Hop Innovator Cowboy Troy is back with a brand new single "As Long As It's In Texas." Contrary to his trademarked hick-hop party anthems, "As Long As It's In Texas" is reminiscent of simplistic classic country. Prior to it's February 23 release date, Cowboy Troy will be performing the new track live on Dallas' Fox Channel 4 on Friday, Feb 16. "As Long As It's In Texas" will be featured on Cowboy Troy's upcoming album, Laugh With Me
  11. MILES WILLIAMS: Kiss you all over
    From the Album: HOMETOWN STRANGER
  12. JOHNNY CHESTER: Too close to the edge
    Johnny Chester is one of Australia's most enduring recording artists. Beginning his career in 1961 with the independent W&G label in Melbourne he has recorded though not released in every year since. Johnny has shared the stage with some of entertainments biggest names from Roy Orbison and The Everly Brothers in in 1961 The Beatles in 1964, during his early rock and roll career, through to the 80's and 90's when he toured with some of country music?s biggest names Kenny Rogers, Johnny Cash, Roger Miller, Freddy Fender and Tammy Wynette to mention a few. He has hosted his own national television shows and spent several years as a disc jockey on 3UZ, Melbourne?s Number One station at the time. His most recent album "What you hear is what you get" contains his latest single "Too close to the edge" which is available through all major download and streaming services.
  13. WESLEY MICHAEL HAYES: Sing pain
    From the Album: AMERICAN BIGTIME

  
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
Airplay Express February 2018 (A)
  1. PAT GARRETT: The gates of heaven
    Written and Performed By Pat Garrett
  2. WENDY: False memories
    Written by Marian G. Lee
  3. OUTLAWS & MOONSHINE: The devil in the moonshine
    Written by Beau Van Volkenburgh
  4. PROJECT PRAISE: My soul cries out
    Written and Performed By Project Praise
  5. BILL DWYER: Boomerang
    Written and Performed by Bill Dwyer
  6. LARRY M. CLARK: Quicksand
    Written and Narrated by Larry M. Clark

  
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DONNA RAY
Any flights headed to heaven (S)
In memory of the late Billy Graham, I'm attaching a song I wrote for Donna Ray several years ago in which I mention Billy Graham in the lyric. I had the utmost respect for Billy Graham and I wanted to bring him into a song in some way, but I wasn't sure how to do it until I wrote "Any Flights Headed For Heaven."

Now that Billy Graham is gone, I'm so glad I found a way to remember him in a song. I saw him in person once, many years ago in Portland, ME. It was a state of Maine crusade and I went with my wife, Joan. I even went down front with lots of other people at the time, not because I wasn't sure of my faith in God, but because I wanted to see Billy up close. :) His message was always uplifting, and to this day I still receive his publication "Decision" magazine.

Your "Maine" friend, Jim Flynn

  
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ELEVEN HUNDRED SPRINGS
The Finer Things In Life (EP)
Eleven Hundred Springs is no stranger to Texas Radio. Their music has been charting since the early 2000's.Their authentic blend of the many different styles Texas Music has to offer has been a staple in the dance halls of Texas for two decades now. Their Current single "Nobody Falls In Love In A Place Like This" certainly follows their tradition of two-stepping Texas Country. It's a tale of finding love in the unlikely surroundings of a beer joint. That's something more than a fair share of folks can relate to. album_credits Produced by Matt Hillyer, Chad Rueffer, and Tom Bridwell Recorded & Engineered by Tom Bridwell at Tomcast Studio in Dallas Mastered by David Castell Mixed by Greg White at SG Studios in Ft. Worth Matt Hillyer - Vocals & Guitar, Chad Rueffer - Guitar & Vocals, Ray Austin - Steel Guitar, Jordan Hendrix - Fiddle, Steven Berg- Bass & Vocals, Christian Dorn - Drums & Percussion

    
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BRENDAN KELLY
Ramblin´ Man (S)
Brendan Kelly's 3rd self penned song

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Datum: 2018-02-26
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MICK BARTON
Still makin´ love (to your memory) (S)
Introducing Mick Barton, popular So. California entertainer, with his hit country song, STILL MAKIN’ LOVE to your memory. Mick has a big following, with his smooth country voice and easy listening delivery.

Song is written by Glenn Erickson

  
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BUCK T. EDWARDS
Loaded Gun (EP)
Buck T. Edwards 2010 release featured some of his biggest hits. From "Call a Cowboy" to "Hotdog it's Saturday Night,""The Redneck Stomp," "Loaded Gun," and "Redneck Baby Blues." This one set the standard for country that you'll want to listen to over and over again!

      
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ALLEN KARL
I´m taking her memory out tonight (S)
This is the newest release from Allen Karl. “I’m Taking Her Memory Out Tonight” contains all the elements included in genuine traditional country songs. Allen gives his signature country heartfelt performance which we know you will appreciate. Hoping you will give this Century II release airplay. Thanks for all you do in concert with all of us…traditional country artists, DJ’s and fans, in our shared goal of always “Keepin’ It Country”

Thanks so much, Donna Cunningham, Executive Director of Artist Development, Century II Records

    
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BLANDADE ARTISTER
CRS vol.205 (A)
  1. MICHELLE RUSSELL: I´ll give to you my heart
    From the Far South Coast of Bega NSW, MICHELLE RUSSELL has just released her debut album, YOUR RESTLESS HEART, which she had so much fun recording at LBS Music and writing songs with SHAZA LEIGH. I’LL GIVE TO YOU MY HEART was written by the wonderful songwriter, SHAZA LEIGH, and Michelle has chosen this beautiful song as her second single release from her album. Michelle had great success with her last single release, YOUR RESTLESS HEART, on the international charts and hopes to spend some time travelling and sharing her passion for singing. She has won many awards on the talent quest scene including Female Country Entertainer for the Monaro District in 2015 and is looking forward to returning to the Tamworth Country Music Festival for the launch of her album.
  2. DALE DUNCAN: Station Minderoo
    STATION MINDEROO is a beautifully crafted song, written by TERRY BENNETTS & KEITH LETHBRIDGE, and is the second single released to radio from Dale’s sensational new album, ‘WHAT COUNTRY’S ALL ABOUT’. This song is a true story of a young man working as a 'Jackaroo' on MINDEROO STATION in the early 1970s. This young ‘Jackaroo' fell in love with a young Aboriginal girl (the daughter of the local tribal Elder), their young love blossomed and the young girl fell pregnant. Cracks started to appear from the pressures of the situation and their young lives suffered twists and turns, their love faded and they went their separate ways. In 1989, the now much older gentleman went back to visit MINDEROO STATION to meet his son for the first time. They both shared a loving day together with his Son looking a little like his Mother but a lot more like his Father. After spending the day with his Son, he got into his car and drove back to his other life in the City, where his other family was waiting.
  3. ALY COOK: Love is a fool time job
    The final single from ALY COOK’S critically acclaimed album, ‘HORSESHOE RODEO HOTEL’. ‘LOVE IS A FOOL TIME JOB’ is a dedication to the hard work involved in relationships, wrapped in a Country Rock anthem written by GARY RIMMER, ALY COOK & ALAN JANSSON, with some stunning guitar work from Aly Cook’s Sou’wester bandmate DEAN HETHERINGTON. This is a cool summer country rock track and a great follow up to the 4 number #1 Country Tracks singles and final swansong from her Horseshoe Rodeo Hotel album. ALY COOK is an award-winning artist who can boast New Zealand Female Country Artist of the Year, TCIMA International Artist of the Year 2017 and twice nominated as New Zealand Woman of the Year for her contribution to the arts
  4. JAMES STEWART KEENE: I hear everything
    JAMES STEWART KEENE’s latest single is a stirring cover version of I HEAR EVERYTHING, first written and recorded by KELLY CORK. James first heard the song at Kelly's songwriter session in Tamworth. It caught his attention so much that he immediately resolved to cover the song and as a cut on the CHARM OFFENSIVE album. I HEAR EVERYTHING was inspired by the story of a person suffering from a mental illness. Kelly’s cryptic lyrical style cleverly expresses the dark, mysterious world of a confused person suffering in silence. Despite the challenging nature of the topic, the song is uplifting and allows the listener to imagine the feelings of someone living a very different reality. Produced by ROD MOTBEY, James' version of the song sees the tune get a major work over with an Eagles-like country rock feel. There's no doubt this catchy and inspirational track will truly hook you in.
  5. CHANTELL ALEXI:
    “The lyrics of ‘LUCKY GIRL’ were written in honour of my partner who has a bit of a fickle personality when it comes to Cars and Bikes. In the 4 years we have been together he has bought and sold around 13 vehicles that I can remember off-hand. We both share a passion and love for Vintage Cars and Bikes so it works out well…and the fact that he hasn’t traded me in yet makes me feel pretty lucky and proud to be his Lady. ALLAN CASWELL helped me to turn these lyrics into a fun song that reflects my personality and pays homage to my relationship perfectly.” – Chantell Alexi
  6. DANNY PHEGAN: I´ll be over you
    DANNY PHEGAN is a Cattle; Sheep and Crop farmer from the Southern Riverina. I’D BE OVER YOU’ is the second single from Danny's ARIA chart topping debut album, FROM WHERE I STAND'. A horseman (and fellow 'Long Rider' of the Long Riders Guild France - having ridden 5,500 kms across Australia); a publican; a published author; a popular singer/songwriter and recording artist, Danny is a larger than life character who typifies the image of a hard-working all-rounder Aussie bloke.
  7. TOM CURTAIN: Livin´ in the bush
    Co-written by TOM CURTAIN and GARTH PORTER, ‘LIVIN’ IN THE BUSH’ is a homage to life in the country where the comforts of urban living are few and far between. Yet the extreme isolation doesn’t get in the way of a bit of creativity and having a good time – where there is a will there is a way, and in the bush, they make do with what they have on hand. ‘LIVIN' IN THE BUSH’ is an upbeat song for the fun loving, hardworking Australians out there.
  8. STEVE CHEERS: Best part of the world
    BEST PART OF THE WORLD is the second single lifted from Steve’s acclaimed new album. “We live in the most wonderful and beautiful natural environments. We are admired by so many as a fortunate, peace loving nation. And as a people at our best, there are few more generous, accepting and good humoured. So, if that’s what you take from this song, then that’s great. But really what I had in mind is a little deeper than that. I try hard to be positive in life and to share that with those around me. Bad stuff happens, of course it does, but how we react to it is more within our control than we realise. Everything we need to be happy and fulfilled, especially in this lucky country, is found within. Sometimes we just need to remind ourselves and each other to look for it.” Steve looks forward to chatting with you on your programme should it suit your format, and / or providing a programme or station ID for you.
  9. SUSAN LILY: Musical journey
    ‘MUSICAL JOURNEY’ began life as a part of Susan’s Adelaide Fringe debut in 2017. The cabaret show, “Butterfly: When Country Meets City”, was a depiction of her life from the outback to the city. With the assistance of Arts SA and the talents of Adelaide producer/musician ANTHONY STEWART (The Sherrahs), ‘MUSICAL JOURNEY’ is an introduction to Susan’s new album. ‘FREE SPIRITED’ is set to be released in March 2018 at her Adelaide Fringe Show Launches. So, let SUSAN LILY take you on a “Musical Journey” with a sad teenager who has just been told the family tv is demised and there is no money for a new one. Follow this teenager as she succumbs to her new sad reality, and then finds the silver lining that eventually becomes her long dreamt career.
  10. COUNTRY PUMPKIN: Spikeling recycling
    SPIKELING RECYCLING is the first single off the new COUNTRY PUMPKINS album, PAT THE POSSUM. It is an educational CD for kids with 9 songs written by band member, MICHELLE SCOBIE. It is part of the Pat the Possum Show which has been performed for 8 years as far afield as the Gympie Muster, Tamworth Festival and right along the south coast of NSW. The title song was on the previous album, GRANITE TOWN, and was a finalist in the 2010 TSA Awards. The band is MICHELLE on vocals and bass, husband, GRAHAM, on vocals, guitar, mandolin and harmonica, DANIEL OSTROSKO on drums, MARY COUPER on vocals, guitar and keyboards plus SCOTT JAMES on vocals, guitars and mandolins.
  11. KRIS CUMMINS: Coming down with something
    With a ‘tough boy’ trucker image and a smooth as chocolate voice, KRIS CUMMINS will make you melt with his breathtaking new song, ‘COMING DOWN WITH SOMETHING’. Produced by John Ertler and Tom Harding at Tombstone Recording Studios in Nashville, written by the very talented TJ KIRBY and BRENDON MADDOX, this single was originally delivered by Kris in the 2015 movie ‘Providence’. Featured on his upcoming album, this track, with hit written all over it, is accompanied by an impressive music clip. Directed by the talented Paul Denham, EMMA JENE appears as the ‘girl next door’. Kris’ former EP, LITTLE LOVE, which produced the stunning singles, ‘SAY WHEN’ and ‘A LITTLE LOVE’, has only just hinted at the talent waiting for us to discover with his stunning new album
  12. STEPHEN BRADY: Too late for praying
    STEPHEN, from BRADY, STEWART, GREEN & YOUNG, recorded a solo album, ADRIFT, on which he was joined by several friends and proud to include contributions from the likes of BILL CHAMBERS, STUIE FRENCH, DAVE ELLIS, DOUG GALLACHER, KEVIN BENNETT, GARY STEELE, CHRIS HAIGH, MICK ALBECK, JIM CONWAY, JIM HOKE, WANDA VICK, HARRY STINSON, ANDY LEFTWICH, JENNY MARIE LANG, VICTORIA BAILLIE, BARBARA BAILLIE, KAREN O’SHEA, BEC WILLIS and CHRISTINE WHEELER. On TOO LATE FOR PRAYING, written by GORDON LIGHTFOOT, Stephen is joined, on harmony, by LIZ GREEN and SANDRA YOUNG and together they present the plaintive lyrics which portray the resigned acceptance of our current, crumbling social and environmental legacy and yet the flickering hope that dares to believe that perhaps there still is sufficient time for the hearing of our collective prayers and the possibility of a brighter tomorrow. Indeed, is it too late for praying?

  
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