In Pictures: Margie Singleton, Temecula Road, Dan Varner

Margie Singleton Visits MusicRow

Margie Singleton, Robert K. Oermann, Sherod Robertson

Singer-songwriter Margie Singleton recently visited the MusicRow office to perform songs both new and classic.

The 82-year-old’s biggest hit came in 1964 with “Keeping Up With The Joneses,” and found success as a writer and duet partner with artists including George Jones (pre-Tammy Wynette) and Faron Young. In 1958, she made her debut on the Louisiana Hayride.

Margie Singleton with MusicRow staffers.

 

Temecula Road Visits MusicRow

Temecula Road

California country trio Temecula Road, which includes sisters Emma and Maddie Salute as well as friend Dawson Anderson, recently performed a trio of tunes at the MusicRow office, including the holiday classic “Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!”. The trio’s first two singles, “What If I Kissed You” and “Hoping,” earned more than 1 million streams each on Spotify.

 

Dan Varner Visits MusicRow

Dan Varner and MusicRow owner/publisher Sherod Robertson. Photo: Haley Crow

Singer-songwriter Dan Varner performed several tracks for MusicRow staffers, including “Stained,” and two tracks written by Varner, including “She Makes Me” and “Yesterdays.”

Dan Varner with MusicRow staffers.

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Jessica Nicholson serves as the Managing Editor for MusicRow magazine. Her previous music journalism experience includes work with Country Weekly magazine and Contemporary Christian Music (CCM) magazine. She holds a BBA degree in Music Business and Marketing from Belmont University. She welcomes your feedback at [email protected]

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