Evans n’ Adkins Visit Airwave Gatekeepers

Sara Evans was in Florida recently for a trip that included a visit with K-Country/WOGK Ocala’s Mr. Bob and Big Red. Sara is on the radio now with her new RCA Nashville single, “A Little Bit Stronger,” written by Luke Laird, Hillary Lindsey and Hillary Scott. The song was produced by Tony Brown. “Everybody’s gone through some sort of heartbreak,” says Evans. “Whether it’s losing someone to death or just breaking up with somebody that you were in love with. The very first line says, ‘woke up late today, and I still feel the sting of the pain,’ and we’ve all been there, where we wake up and for just a second, we forgot, and then all of a sudden we remember, and it just comes flooding back.  So the song just talks about getting stronger, and that’s the attitude that you have to have.”

(L-R) Mr. Bob; Evans; Big Red; and RCA Nashville promo’s Liz Sledge.

Trace Adkins was in Boston recently visiting with WKLB, promoting his new CD Cowboy’s Back In Town and performing with Show Dog-Universal Music label head Toby Keith. Pictured here with WKLB/Boston Music Director Ginny Rogers (L) and Marketing & Promo Director Dawn Santolucito (R) just before taking the stage on Keith’s “American Ride Tour.

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