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Rodney Crowell’s “Texas“ Is Star Packed

Rodney Crowell explores his Lone Star roots with an eclectic cast of all-star friends on Texas, his adventurous new album of collaborations due August 15th on his own imprint, RC1 Records distributed by Orchard Music. Featuring Willie Nelson, Lyle Lovett, Ronnie Dunn, Billy F Gibbons, Randy Rogers, Vince Gill, Lee …

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Brantley Gilbert To Release First Album In 3 Years

It’s been three years since Brantley Gilbert released an album, and in those three years, the life of the Georgia native has changed dramatically. Gilbert is approaching life and music a bit differently these days – feeling confident in his relationship with music and with his fans, the BG Nation. …

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Kevin Griffin To Release First Full-Length Solo Album

Better Than Ezra frontman, award-winning songwriter, and Pilgrimage Festival co-founder Kevin Griffin has finally decided to write and record his first full-length solo album Anywhere You Go. Buoyed by minimal production, sweeping vocal harmonies, and narrative lyricism, he’s penned some of his most intimate, inimitable, and irresistible tunes to date. …

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Dan Rogers Named Vice President And Executive Producer Of Grand Ole Opry

Opry Entertainment Group today announced it has promoted Dan Rogers to the newly created role of vice president and executive producer of the Grand Ole Opry from his current position as director of communications and show producer. In his new role, Rogers will oversee production of the world-famous show and …

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LISTEN: Tanya Tucker Covers “The House That Built Me”

“The House That Built Me,” the newest song from Tanya Tucker’s upcoming album While I’m Livin’, debuts today (listen above). Made famous by Miranda Lambert, the song is one of the well-chosen covers on the release. In Tucker’s version, the lyrics have been adapted to reflect the journey of a …

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Scooter Brown Band

The Scooter Brown Band Makes Their Opry Debut

The Scooter Brown Band, made their Grand Ole Opry debut on Tuesday night. After a rousing welcome and endorsement from Opry star Charlie Daniels, the band played their signature title-track from their album American Son along with “Georgia” and “Ain’t Country At All.” They joined a star-filled line-up including Little …

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WATCH: North Mississippi Allstars Premiere “Up and Rolling”

North Mississippi Allstars are set to return with Up and Rolling on October 4th via New West Records. The 12-song set was produced by Luther and Cody Dickinson and recorded at The Zebra Ranch, their family studio established by their father, the legendary Jim Dickinson in Independence, MS. The album …

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Johnny Cash’s Kitchen & Saloon Opens In Downtown Nashville

Both the Cash and Carter families, including John Carter Cash, Tommy Cash, Joanne Cash and Carlene Carter were present on Wednesday morning with Icon Entertainment Group Founder Bill Miller for the grand opening of Johnny Cash’s Kitchen & Saloon in downtown Nashville.  Located at 121 Third Avenue South, this 15,000 …

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