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Kaleb McIntire – Redneck In All of Us

Kaleb McIntire’s “Redneck in All Of Us” is the debut single release off his newly-finished album Scars. He’s a confessed adrenaline junkie and reformed bad boy with a guitar and outlaw attitude. “Redneck in All of Us”, written by Brian Maher, Rich McCready and Davy Ulbrich humorously emphasizes how we can all switch to our […]

Bobby Dean – White Lightning or Pink Champagne

Bobby Dean is the perfect example of why you should never give up on a dream. In January 2011, after 30 years of juggling his trucking business and singing in local bars at night, Dean released his first CD On The Radio after signing with Lamon Records Nashville. The album has already produced two singles, […]

Oak Ridge Boys – What’cha Gonna Do

Bass man Richard Sterban’s stuttering delivery of the title lines of this bopper is priceless. The rest of the boys are still harmonizing flawlessly. The song is as catchy as all get out. —Robert K. Oermann, MusicRow This summer Cracker Barrel Old Country Store asked The Oak Ridge Boys to record an album incorporating both […]

Shane Yellowbird – Bare Feet On The Blacktop

A Cree Indian from Hobbema, Alberta, Shane Yellowbird is one of Canada’s hottest country stars. He initially learned to sing as a technique to overcome a severe stuttering problem, and has gone from quietly pursuing a fine arts degree at college to a thriving music career. In a short span, he has already pumped out […]

Corey Wagar – I Hate My Boyfriend

Corey Wagar’s second single “I Hate My Boyfriend,” from her debut album On The Edge (GTR Records Nashville), has an infectious and fun lyric that grabs listeners and says, “This young artist is about to make her name.” “I Hate My Boyfriend” goes for adds Sept 26th, with promotion efforts being spearheaded by Lisa Smoot, […]

The Lost Trailers – Underdog

The Lost Trailers are back! The country music duo founded by songwriter/producer Stokes Nielson, launch “Underdog”  to country radio this week for a September 19th impact date. Nielson’s first record using the Lost Trailers name was The Story of the New Age Cowboy, which Willie Nelson discovered in 2000 and offered the chance to perform at his 4th of July picnic. Following that […]

Montgomery Gentry – Where I Come From

Average Joe’s Entertainment is pleased to announce “Where I Come From,” the new country radio single from multi-platinum hitmaking duo Montgomery Gentry. The pair signed with Average Joe’s in March 2011 and are at work on their first album project with the label. “We couldn’t be happier to be signing with the guys at Average […]

Darren Warren – Cowboy Up and Party Down

NuCorp Entertainment recently shipped the debut single from flagship artist Darren Warren to country radio. The rollicking, uptempo “Cowboy Up and Party Down” was written by Eddie Kilgallon and produced by Doug Grau. Darren’s self-titled EP is due in stores soon. “It’s a dream come true for any artist to release a single but for […]

Bobby Dean – Rebound

Modern traditionalist Bobby Dean’s new country single is “Rebound,” which was produced by Grammy-nominated producer Dave Moody for Lamon Records Nashville. Dean, who owns Edgmon Trucking in Kent, Washington has juggled running a trucking business with singing in local bars for many years. He never really pursued his longtime dream to become a country singing […]

Keith Bryant – Can't Tell Somebody (Who To Love)

This guy is a stand-up country singer, and I’ve always liked him. This time around, he has a dandy tale of a strict daddy who tries to stand in the way of True Love. So the kids sneak around behind papa’s back to that stretch of road, “Where the moon is willing, and the river […]