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Jesse Lee

“Like My Mother Does” Atlantic/WMN “Like My Mother Does” is the debut single for new artist Jesse Lee, and her upcoming album will be released by Atlantic Records. The song is a tribute to a mother-daughter relationship that represents Jesse’s own relationship with her mom. “My mom’s my best friend, so when I’m singing that […]

Blackberry Smoke

“Good One Comin’ On” BamaJam/Nine North With influences that run the gamut from country to bluegrass to metal to gospel and southern rock, Blackberry Smoke is more than the sum of its diverse parts. The band’s current single “Good One Comin’ On” is already making an impact at country radio. “None of us have ever […]

Josh Gracin

“Cover Girl” Average Joes Entertainment “I want to sing. I want to write. I want to produce. I want to put myself on the chopping block,” admits Josh Gracin, newly signed to hot independent label Average Joes Entertainment. Signing with an indie has allowed the singer to grow and challenge himself while still providing an […]

David Adam Byrnes

“Sweet Distraction” Better Angels Music “Sweet Distraction” is the country radio debut for David Adam Byrnes, and it goes for adds Monday, July 19. The song was written by Andi Zack and Better Angels writer Josh Thompson (Columbia Nashville) and produced by industry veteran Rob Rappaport and Tom Drenon for Better Angels Music. Born and […]

Stealing Angels

“He Better Be Dead” Skyville/Nine North Country trio Caroline Cutbirth, Jennifer Wayne, and Tayla Lynn—collectively known as Stealing Angels—is releasing its debut single “He Better Be Dead” to country radio. Impact date is Monday, July 12. The ladies have been recording songs for their debut album with renowned producer Paul Worley (Lady Antebellum, Dixie Chicks, […]

Veronica Ballestrini

Veronica Ballestrini is returning to country radio with her latest single “Don’t Say,” which the young artist co-penned with producer Cliff Downs. The net savvy singer recently parlayed her Myspace popularity into an appearance on the Simon Fuller-created internet program If I Can Dream after a video of her performing “Bless The Broken Road” became […]

Landon Michael

“You’re Invited” Big Dog Records/Lofton Creek When Landon Michael decided to pursue a career in music, he knew it wasn’t going to be easy. But, he knew the industry was changing and that he needed to approach it differently. “I came to Nashville with the intent to record songs as much and as often as […]

Chelsea Field

“Things I Should Have Said” Moxy/Edgehill “She definitely has the vocal firepower to pull off this searing, sizzling rocker. Go, baby. You are coming in loud and clear.” —Robert K. Oermann, MusicRow “Things I Should Have Said” is the debut single from Moxy Records artist Chelsea Field. At 19 the singer left her home in […]

Braden Gray

“I’m Not Hungover” ATP Records “I’m Not Hungover” is the rowdy new single from Mississippi native Braden Gray, taken from his self-titled debut album on ATP Records. It is the followup to his single “It Won’t Be Over You,” which garnered some attention earlier in 2010 with MusicRow’s CountryBreakout™ reporting panel. Gray didn’t originally choose […]

Anthony Smith

“Love Is Love Is Love” Krankit Records/Nine North On Sunshine, Anthony Smith’s forthcoming first album for his own Krankit Records, the singer-songwriter comes on fun, funky and strong. Co-produced by Smith and veteran hit maker James Stroud with Bobby Terry lending additional production assistance, Sunshine features his latest release to country radio “Love Is Love […]