Artist Updates (7/10/12)

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• July 10, 2012

Tim McGraw’s first Big Machine Records single “Truck Yeah” charged onto the charts recently and scored the biggest debut of his career on the monitored charts, hitting No. 22 on Billboard and No. 25 on Mediabase. “Truck Yeah” was written by Chris Lucas, Preston Brust, Danny Myrick, and Chris Janson. The single made an early appearance at No. 60 on MusicRow’s most recent CountryBreakout Chart and looks poised to land well inside the top 30 this week.

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Carrie Underwood’s “Good Girl” music video has broken CMT’s record for Most Weeks At No. 1, after notching its 14th week at the top of CMT’s Top 20 Countdown. Her video for “Undo It” managed the feat for 12 weeks.

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Lee Brice has partnered with Carl Black Chevrolet, who endorsed the singer with a fully loaded 2012 Chevy Silverado truck. As part of the agreement, Brice’s music will be used in Carl Black’s advertising in Nashville, Atlanta, and Orlando. The artist will also perform at select Carl Black “Live on the Lot” concerts in coming months.

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Keith Urban is featured on the cover of American Airlines’ American Way Magazine during the month of July, giving travelers some insight on his home in Nashville. He discusses some of his favorite restaurants (Brown’s Diner, Rotier’s, Jacks) and his favorite live hotspots (12th & Porter, Exit/In) and more.

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Earl Dibbles Jr., the alter ego of Texas favorite Granger Smith, is asking fans to submit their own video interpretations of his single “The Country Boy Song.” The winning video, chosen by Dibbles, will premiere on a leading country music website. Details are here, and you can check out Dibbles’ original clip here.



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