New Music From Dolly and More

dollyDolly Parton’s latest single, “Change It,” is from the Broadway Musical, 9 to 5. It is being delivered exclusively through AirPlay Direct.

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Radney Foster has added a slew of tour dates in support of his album Revival, to be released Sept. 1 on his own Devil’s River label. The project features Dierks Bentley and Darius Rucker. The title track and first single for Texas radio is “A Little Revival.” In Nashville, Foster is set for an In-Store at Grimey’s New & Preloved Music on Sept. 16, and a Sept. 18 show at the Americana Festival at the Mercy Lounge.
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Nashville-based ALL Entertainment has announced “Somebody Who Would Die for You” as its first single from flagship artist Buddy Jewell. It will ship to radio Aug. 31 with New Revolution Entertainment handling promotion. “Somebody Who Would Die for You” was written by Mark Narmore and Adam Wheeler.

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Brady Seals' southeast radio promo tour kicked off in Huntsville at WDRM where he debuted his new single "Ho Down" on the Dan & Dingo morning show.  WDRM air staff shown here from left to right: A.J. McCloud, Dingo, Dan McClain, Brady Seals, Jim Tice, Stuart Langston.

Brady Seals' southeast radio promo tour kicked off in Huntsville at WDRM where he debuted his new single "Ho Down" on the Dan & Dingo morning show. WDRM air staff shown here from left to right: A.J. McCloud, Dingo, Dan McClain, Brady Seals, Jim Tice, Stuart Langston.

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Guy Clark will release Somedays The Song Writes You, his second CD with Dualtone Music Group, on Sept. 22. Clark co-wrote all the album’s songs, some with old friends including Rodney Crowell and Shawn Camp, as well as some with newer artists Patrick Davis, Jedd Hughes and Ashley Monroe. Catch Clark Wed., Sept. 23  at The Belcourt Theater.
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Becky’s Schlegel’s new single, “So Embarrassing,” arrived at Country radio last week via CDX Volume 481, and it can also be downloaded here. It is the debut single from her upcoming CD, Dandelion, on Lilly Ray/IGO Records (distributed by Select-O-Hits). It features renowned singer/instrumentalist Randy Kohrs on background vocals.
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Emerald River recording artist Julia Burton shipped her latest single “Party Down” to radio on Aug. 17. The track is available to radio programmers on CDX Volume 481 and will be distributed via Play MPE. “Party Down” is featured on Burton’s debut album Woman From the Country, scheduled for release later this year.
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Nashville based, Grammy-nominated, singer-songwriter and producer Tom Wurth releases the re-mixed and mastered project, If The Road Runs Out, on Sept. 8. The album comes from Echelon Records, a newly established independent label headed by Mike Dinwiddie, who is also the Mayor of Spring Hill, Tennessee.

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