Posts Tagged ‘radio’

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LED ZEPPELIN RELEASE TRAILER FOR SECOND SET OF REISSUES

Led Zeppelin have released a trailer for the second wave of their reissue campaign – featuring a previously unreleased version of classic track Black Dog . Following the huge success of the first series of reissues which included: Led Zeppelin , Led Zeppelin II and Led Zeppelin III , Led Zeppelin IV and Houses Of The Holy will be available on October 28th. Both albums have been remastered by guitarist and producer Jimmy Page, and come with a companion disc of unreleased related material. Each will be available in single CD, deluxe 2CD, single LP, deluxe 2LP and digital formats. Super deluxe box set editions contain CD, LP and digital formats, 80-page hardback book and a high-quality print of the original album cover – the first 30,000 of which will be individually numbered.

Keith Urban Takes Arena Break at The House of Blues

Earlier this week, Keith Urban and his fellow “American Idol” judges were in New Orleans scouting talent, when Keith Keith got a hankerin’ to play. Instead of the usual arenas and stadiums, a small intimate venue provided the backdrop for a night many fans won’t forget. With the help of a local radio station, the […]

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Great American Country’s Summer Vacation Highlights

Here at Great American Country, we’re feeling sad and nostalgic that the end of summer is near. Instead of mourning the loss of lazy days gone by, we’re celebrating our favorite moments. The staff spent their summer traveling across the U.S., from our home base in Knoxville to snowy Alaska. Let there be no question, the Great American Country team knows how to enjoy summer

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Worship & Justice by Bluetree – Songs for the Kingdom

Irish worship group Bluetree has been crafting songs for the Church since the early 2000s, and they seem to get more passionate about their calling as time goes on. After a number of studio albums and live projects, Bluetree is releasing Worship & Justice as their first musical partnership with Integrity Music. The songs on this album are firm statements of what they believe and their conviction that even if we don’t praise God, the rocks will cry out in praise. Either way, God will get the glory, and the band does a great job of emphasizing that truth.

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Attack by Disciple – Reforging Identity

Attack, the latest from hard rock outfit Disciple, is the first release since a lineup reinvention that leaves frontman Kevin Young the only remaining member since the release of 2012′s O God Save Us All. Band members aren’t the only thing new in Disciple’s world: they’re also finding their footing on the independent artist playing field, this new project being the result of an incredibly successful fan funding campaign. Given the nearly simultaneous additions of Josiah Prince (guitar), Andrew Stanton (guitar), Jason Wilkes (bass) and Joey West (drums), fans might expect to hear a sonic disconnect on Attack, or

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Florida Georgia Line’s “Dirt” Reminds Them of Home

Photo courtesy of twitter.com/FLAGALine. Florida Georgia Line’ s  latest single, “Dirt,” is a departure from their party anthem hits like “Cruise” and “This Is How We Roll.” The song’s different feel inspired the duo to record it, along with its firm reminder of their country roots. Country stars at home > > “We’ve done the party songs, we’ve done the upbeat fun stuff, and this is just a song that everybody can relate to,” Tyler Hubbard said. “People young or people older, everybody kinda has that place in their life that’s home and that they have a special spot in their heart for

Trace Adkins & LeAnn Rimes Help Bid Farewell to Chelsea Lately

This week, E!’s Chelsea Handler bid farewell to her long-time talk show Chelsea Lately. The final song was sung by a gaggle of celebs including Trace Adkins and LeAnn Rimes.

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Eric Church and Wife Katherine Launch Chief Cares Charity

Photo courtesy of ACM Awards. Eric Church and his wife, Katherine, are paying it forward. The couple have announced the launch of their charity, Chief Cares . Administered by the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, Chief Cares has already helped a Nepalese orphanage in getting beds and clothing and offering schooling for area children, delivered aid in Haiti and helped the Humane Society fund their no-kill animal shelters. Fans can help Chief Cares by donating or by purchasing Chief Cares Platinum Seats to one of Church’s upcoming shows

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Joel Crouse Even the River Runs Autographed Prize Pack Giveaway

One of country music’s freshest faces, Joel Crouse released his debut studio album, EVEN THE RIVER RUNS, last week (8/19). EVEN THE RIVER RUNS highlights Crouse’s undeniable talent and craft for storytelling and is available for purchase on iTunes, Google Play and Amazon. Produced by Jamie Houston, the Show Dog – Universal Music project includes lead […]

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Food Network’s Trisha Yearwood Nominated for 2014 CableFAX Award

Courtesy of FoodNetwork.com Trisha Yearwood   is cooking up more than just new music. Her Food Network show,  Trisha’s Southern Kitchen, has been a recipe for success. Last year, she won the “Best Host – Food”  CableFAX Program Award  and is a finalist once again for this year’s honor. Winners will be announced on October 14.

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The Swon Brothers Set to Release Debut Album in October!

The Swon Brothers – Zach and Colton – are now climbing the country airplay Top 15 with their hit single, “Later On,” and fans anxious for more music from the Oklahoma natives and favorites from Season 4 of NBC’s The Voice have good news with word that the brothers will release their major-label debut album […]

Tim McGraw Releases “Shotgun Rider”

Tim McGraw is preparing for the release of his upcoming album, SUNDOWN HEAVEN TOWN (Big Machine Records), with a brand new single, “Shotgun Rider.” The breezy track touts romantic notions with an infectious melody and is available to radio today via Play MPE. “This is one of those songs that really paints a picture and […]

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