Kellie Pickler’s Video and Other New Music

kpKellie Pickler’s video for her newest single, “Didn’t You Know How Much I Loved You,” makes its world television premiere during CMT Top 20 Countdown tomorrow (9/11) 10:00–12:30 p.m. CT and online at CMT.com immediately following. Filmed in the Dominican Republic, the new video was directed by Roman White.

In addition, CMT Power Picks becomes CMT Power Pickler on Mon., Sept. 14 at 9:00 a.m. CT. The hour-long show will include Pickler’s entire video collection.

“Didn’t You Know How Much I Loved You” can be viewed on CMT, CMT.com and the 24-hour music channel, CMT Pure.
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Universal Records South’s Phil Vassar is releasing his next single “Everywhere I Go” from his fifth studio album entitled Traveling Circus, in stores later this fall. “Everywhere I Go,” written by Vassar and Jeffrey Steele, is an emotional song about healing and remembrance. Listen to it here.
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Vveronica_covereronica Ballestrini’s debut album, What I’m All About, has been released exclusively online and features her lead-off single, “Amazing” which landed on MusicRow’s CountryBreakout Chart and is quickly climbing.

Produced by Cliff Downs (Whiskey Falls, Ashley Gearing), the album contains six songs Ballestrini wrote, including the hit “Amazing” and title track “What I’m All About.” The Connecticut native offers pop-country crossover and her album will be released on TimBob Records.

Currently Veronica is on the road visiting radio and playing dates across the country with recent shows opening for Natasha Bedingfield and Eric Hutchinson.

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Bryan White’s new single, “The Little Things” has been shipped to radio with his eighth studio album, Dustbowl Dreams, set to be released digitally on Sept. 28. “The Little Things” co-written by White, James Dean Hicks and Erik Bledsoe, is available as a free download using a widget created by Maxx Company. The widget is complete with the story behind the song and a performance video of White. For a limited time, fans can view the widget and download the single on www.bryanwhite.com. He co-produced Dustbowl Dreams and co-wrote eight out of its ten songs.

White is a Grammy winner and has had six No. 1 singles, two platinum records, two gold records, and joined forces with Shania Twain for the monster hit, “From This Moment On.”

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