Callie Twisselman talks about creative courage

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Callie Twisselman is a songwriter, performing artist, and runs her own clothing line, Sassy Girl. Here are her thoughts on the courage it takes to put your creative ideas and works out into the world. You can keep up with Callie via www.callietwisselman.com, on www.facebook.com/calliebobsinmusic, and on www.twitter.com/callietwiss.   Read More

My (not so) minor gripe with Taylor Swift’s Grammy speech

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When Taylor Swift picked up her Album of the Year Grammy on Monday, she came with a prepared point to make. She used her short time on stage to speak to young female artists, warning them that others would try to take credit for their success. She is correct. It happens far too often that Read More

Gee, thanks X-Files…

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If you ever wonder what a majority of people still think about country music, look no further than The X-Files episode “Babylon”. In the episode, Agent Mulder, while working on a case in Texas, pops some pills that send him on a trip. He heads out into the town and ends up in a country Read More

Dang it, Meghan Trainor…

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I really wish people would pay closer attention to the meaning of words. Last night, Meghan Trainor, during her Grammy speech after winning Best New Artist (yeah, I know…that’s another story), thanked the people who supported her in becoming a performing artist “instead of seeing me as just a songwriter.” Building a successful songwriting career Read More

“We would like to see more diversity in the industry”

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The American Association for Independent Music just celebrated its 10th anniversary, and they now have a new CEO. Richard James Burgess took over on January 5, and Billboard had a chat with him to hear his view on the indie industry and his plans for the organization. Billboard asked about an issue near and dear Read More

Thomas Rhett and Snap Fitness host fitness class to help you say “I feel good”

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Thomas Rhett is into fitness and he wants to share workout with his fans. Check out the press release below with all the info on how to get involved: Snap Fitness today announced Multi-PLATINUM selling artist Thomas Rhett will host five exclusive boot camps around the country and participate in social media challenges to further Read More

Keith Urban Shares RipCORD World Tour Promo Video

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Keith Urban is preparing his 2016 RipCORD Tour, on which he will be joined by Brett Eldredge and will introduce Maren Morris. Check out the promo video below with the first set up tour dates. For tour updates, please visit www.keithurban.net.   Read More

New Music Video: “Quicksand” – Rachele Lynae

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Catchy song, great story, strong performance. Rachele Lynae‘s new music video has everything it needs to continue to set her up for success. Check out more info and the new video below: Alaskan native Rachele Lynae made a name for herself in the Nashville music scene with her self titled debut album in 2014. Since Read More

Country Radio Hall of Fame Announces Class of 2016

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This year’s class of Country Radio Hall of Fame inductees have been announced and are Blair Garner, Mike & Dana Schuff, and Lisa Dent in the On-Air category, and Mick Anselmo, Kerby Confer, Jack Reno, Tim Roberts and Jim Slone in the Radio category. Reigning ACM and CMA “Entertainer of the Year,” Luke Bryan, will Read More

LOCASH on the success of “I Love this Life”

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The second interview I did after relocating to Nashville was with LOCASH. We became friends, and their story since then, well, we couldn’t have made this up if we’d wanted to. As many ups as downs, new starts full of hope, crushing disappointments, it was all part of the obstacle course that was their career. Read More