Carl Anderson: "Silver Lining". Live Video.

Carl Anderson performs "Silver Lining," from his album Risk of Loss, during his Music Fog session at 3rd & Lindsley Backstage in Nashville. This performance features Johnny Duke on electric guitar, Aaron Haynes on drums, and Chase McGillis on bass. Filmed 1/27/16.

Bennett, Bowtell & Urquhart: "Goulburn Valley Woman" (2016). New Official Music Video.

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The Official Video to the second Single 'Goulburn Valley Woman' from the brilliant Debut Album by Bennett, Bowtell & Urquhart'. 



'Goulburn Valley Woman' is the story of a child taken from her family and relocated to a 'Jesus' mission for 'her own good' after the death of her Irish-born mother. Her father, being an Aboriginal man from the Yorta Yorta people, deemed unfit to care for his daughter. It takes her most of her life to finally be able to embrace her Aboriginality, to 'find her country and make her way back to the heart'.


This is a tale of resilience and triumph of the human spirit in the face of systemic cultural arrogance and ignorance.

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Jeff White: "The Cold Hard Facts" (2016). New Live Music Video.

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Jeff White performing "The Cold Hard Facts" at Music City Roots Live From The Factory on 7.27.2016

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Mike & The Moonpies: "Mockingbird" (2016). New Live Music Video.

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Mike Harmeier of Mike and the Moonpies waxes nostalgic about the influence of his Dad & Grandfather on the song "Mockingbird" - the title track to their latest album. 


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The Quebe Sisters: "Every Which Way" (2016). New Live Music Video.

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The Quebe Sisters perform "Every Which Way " live at the 2015 Pickathon Pumphouse Sessions in Portland, Oregon.


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Karin Page: "Keep On" (2016). New Official Music Video.

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The first single from Karin Page, Toyota Star Maker winner 2016. Music produced by Brisbane-based Andrew Cochrane. 

The video was directed and produced by Josh Favaloro from The Filmery.


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Nathan Carter: "Wanna Dance" (2016). New Official Music Video.

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Ruaile Buaile: "Falling" (2016). New Official Music Video.

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Paul McCahill: "Pick A Bale Of Cotton" (2016). New Official Music Video.

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Louise & Norman Morrissey: "Gulf Coast Highway" (2016). New Official Music Video.

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The Brothers Comatose: "Pickathon Pumphouse Sessions". New Live Music Videos.

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The Brothers Comatose perform "Angeline",  "Knoxville Foxhole", "City Painted Gold" and "Valerie"   live at the 2015 Pickathon Pumphouse Sessions in Portland, Oregon. 

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Ciaran Rosney: "Simple Things" (2016). New Official Music Video.

Simple Things is an original single release from Ciarán Rosney's second album, which is due for release in 2016. The song was written by Ciaráns brother Stephen Rosney who is a well respected singer/songwriter from County Offaly, Ireland.

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Matt Brown & Greg Reish: "Kansas City Railroad Blues" (2016). New Live Music Video.

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Matt Brown & Greg Reish performing "Kansas City Railroad Blues" at Music City Roots Live From The Factory on 7.20.2016


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Loretta Lynn: "You're Lookin' At Country" (2016). New Live Music Video.

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Loretta Lynn performs her classic song "You're Lookin' At Country" live at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, TN, on March 26, 2016.


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Kiefer Sutherland releases debut album 'Down In A Hole' August 19

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Kiefer Sutherland’s soulful baritone vocals and guitar licks will continue to captivate audiences with his second music video. The track is the latest release from Sutherland’s debut album Down In A Hole, which will be released August 19 by Warner Music Nashville/Ironworks Music. Down In A Hole will be available for pre-order August 5. Click here to download “Can’t Stay Away.”



Sutherland, who co-wrote every song on the upcoming 11-track album with producer Jude Cole, including “Can’t Stay Away,” just wrapped up a North American tour that included sold-out dates across the U.S. and Canada. Can’t Stay Away” captures the live, intimate, real and raw essence of what Kiefer has been doing on the road, playing small towns and small clubs.


Earlier this year Sutherland gave fans a taste of his songwriting notebook when he released the pedal-steeled “Not Enough Whiskey.”


“This record is the closest thing I’ve ever had to a journal or diary. All of these songs are pulled from my own personal experiences. There is something very satisfying about being able to look back on my own life, good times and bad, and express those sentiments in music. As much as I have enjoyed the writing and recording process, I am experiencing great joy now being able to play these songs to a live audience, which was something I hadn’t counted on,” Sutherland said of Down In A Hole.


Sutherland, an Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning actor, is known for his starring role on the Fox series "24," starring roles in movies like ‘Stand By Me,’ ‘The Lost Boys,’ ‘Young Guns,’ Flatliners,’ and many more. Sutherland’s upcoming ABC series “Designated Survivor” premieres this fall on ABC.


Keep up with Sutherland on the road by visiting or connect with Sutherland by following him on Twitter and Facebook.




Can’t Stay Away

Truth In Your Eyes

I’ll Do Anything

Not Enough Whiskey

Going Home

Calling Out Your Name

My Best Friend

Shirley Jean

All She Wrote

Down In A Hole

Gonna Die

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Bonnie Brown´s Portrait (July 31, 1938 – July 16, 2016)

Bonnie Brown Ring, one-third of one of Country Music’s most enduring family groups as a member of The Browns, passed away on July 16 at Baptist Hospital in Little Rock, Arkansas following complications from lung cancer. She was 77 years old.


Born July 31, 1938 in Sparkman, Arkansas, Brown became enamored with music at an early age – thanks to the exposure she had to it from watching her older siblings, Maxine and James Edward. The two performed together, earning a hit in 1954 with “Looking Back To See.” Upon her graduation from high school, Bonnie joined her siblings, expanding their duet into a trio.



They began performing together on The Louisiana Hayride on KWKH in Shreveport, which led to appearances on ABC-TV’s Ozark Jubilee. Chet Atkins and RCA came calling soon after, and the Browns found themselves on the chart with hits such as “I Take The Chance” and “I Heard The Bluebirds Sing.” James Edward (now known as Jim Ed) was drafted in 1957, but the trio still managed to find time to record when he was on leave.


By 1959, the group recorded what would turn out to be one of the biggest hits of the era in “The Three Bells.” The song topped theBillboard Country charts – their first, and also crossed over to the apex of the Hot 100. The exposure of that hit led to appearances on every major variety series of the day, such as The Ed Sullivan Show. With her southern charm and stunning looks, Brown attracted the attention of many of the hottest male artists of the day, including Elvis Presley. The hits continued, with “Scarlet Ribbons,” “The Old Lamplighter,” and “Then I’ll Stop Loving You” all being showcases for their rich harmonies, where Bonnie sang the high harmony parts. The Grand Ole Opry came calling in 1963, inviting The Browns to become members.


Still a touring and recording favorite, Bonnie and Maxine decided to leave the trio in 1967 – citing a desire to spend more time with their growing families. Jim Ed continued on as a performer, with hits to his credit such as “Pop A Top.” He also remained a member of the Opry, where his sisters would join him from time to time.


In March of 2015, it was announced that The Browns would be among the new inductees for the new class of the Country Music Hall of Fame. Jim Ed passed away following his own battle with cancer prior to the official Medallion Ceremony that fall, though he was presented with his medallion a few days prior to his passing. Not too long after the Hall of Fame announcement, Bonnie announced that she too had been diagnosed with cancer, but was in attendance at the Hall for the induction ceremony in October.


The music of the Browns was known and loved all over the world, prompting the Country Music Hall of Fame CEO Kyle Young to say “When Bonnie Brown joined her brother, Jim Ed, and her sister, Maxine, in song, the siblings created an incomparable harmony: the smoothest and most elegant blend in country music. Bonnie offered harmony offstage as well. She brought people together with regal grace and kindness. She lived a remarkable life, singing on grand stages, raising a beloved family, entering the Country Music Hall of Fame, and breaking up with young Elvis Presley because he was, she said, a lousy kisser. Today, she is reunited with Jim Ed, and with her husband of 56 years, Brownie Ring.”


Bonnie Brown is survived by two daughters, Kelly (Ed) Bulleit, and Robin (Rob) Shaver, Kelly’s children, Clark, Kendall, and Raleigh, as well as Robin’s offspring, Skylar and Stone, and of course, by her sister, Maxine.

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"The Gambler's Last Deal" Christmas & Hits

Since the release of Kenny Rogers’ first-ever Christmas album back in 1981 titled Christmas, Rogers has embarked on an annual Christmas & Hits Tour where he performs holiday favorites and a large selection of hits at concerts across North America.


Rogers announced late last year on NBC’s Today show that the world tour he is currently on would be his final time performing around the globe. So this year’s 35th edition of his annual Christmas & Hits tour, with special guest Linda Davis, will indeed be his last. After more than five decades of touring and entertaining the world, Rogers’ farewell tour, “The Gambler’s Last Deal,” is underway and expected to run into 2017 due to popular demand.



“Christmas has always been a special time of year to me,” Rogers said. “The feeling I get performing on the Christmas tour is one of the things I’ll really miss about not being on the road. We will be sure to take extra time to cherish some moments on this last go around, and I hope as many people as possible will be able to join us in creating a new set of holiday memories.”


For his upcoming Christmas & Hits tour dates, Rogers will perform holiday favorites, selections from his 2015 Christmas album Once Again It’s Christmas and of course his well-known hits at concerts across the U.S. The tour currently includes 16 dates. Making this final Christmas tour experience even more special, a very limited number of VIP ticket packages will be offered, allowing fans the opportunity to meet Rogers and receive one-of-a-kind memorabilia. Two types of VIP packages will be available for each show of the tour. For more information, visit:


“The Gambler’s Last Deal” concerts feature an all-new show, including a reflective look back through Rogers’ storied 50-plus-year career. Enhanced with personal stories, vintage photos and video clips—including never-before-seen footage—the music-filled retrospective will touch on every part of Rogers’ career. Along with his long list of hits, Rogers is singing songs in concert that he hasn’t performed in years. The show is produced by veteran producer Kelly Junkermann.


Rogers has sold more than 120 million albums worldwide. He has charted a record within each of the last seven decades. The first country artist to consistently sell out arenas, Rogers achieved pop superstardom as well — his 28 Billboard Adult Contemporary Top 10's rank him fourth-best of all time among men, trailing only Elton John, Neil Diamond, and Elvis Presley. Rogers has recorded 24 No. 1 hits, 12 No. 1 albums, 25 Top 10 country albums and is the RIAA’s eighth best-selling male solo artist of all time. The Country Music Hall of Fame member has received three GRAMMY® Awards, 11 People's Choice Awards, 19 American Music Awards, eight Academy of Country Music (ACM) Awards and six Country Music Association (CMA) Awards, among many other accolades.



Kenny Rogers - “The Gambler’s Last Deal” Christmas & Hits Tour


Nov. 25 - Independence, Mo. - Silverstein Eye Centers Arena

Nov. 26 - Branson, Mo. - The Mansion Theatre

Nov. 27 - Cincinnati, Ohio - Taft Theatre

Dec. 2 - La Crosse, Wisc. - La Crosse Center

Dec. 3 - Green Bay, Wisc. - Resch Center

Dec. 7 - Norfolk, Va. - Ted Constant Convocation Center

Dec. 8 - Detroit, Mich. - Fox Theatre

Dec. 9 - French Lick, Ind. - French Lick Resort Casino

Dec. 10 - Mount Pleasant, Mich. - Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort

Dec. 14 - Greensburg, Pa. - The Palace Theatre

Dec. 15 - Englewood, N.J. - Bergen Performing Arts Center

Dec. 16 - Uncasville, Conn. - Mohegan Sun Arena

Dec. 18 - Reading, Pa. - Reading Eagle Theatre at the Santander Arena

Dec. 20 - Verona, N.Y. - Turning Stone Resort Casino

Dec. 21 - Red Bank, N.J. - Count Basie Theatre

Dec. 23 - Westbury, N.Y. - NYCB Theatre at Westbury

Kenny Rogers - “The Gambler’s Last Deal” Final World Tour

(Non-Christmas & Hits Dates)

July 22 - Anderson, Ind. - Hoosier Park Racing & Casino

July 23 - Kettering, Ohio - Fraze Pavilion

July 24 - Highland Park, Ill. - Ravinia Festival

July 31 - Columbus, Ohio - Ohio State Fair

Aug. 6 - Singapore, Singapore - Star Theatre

Aug. 9 - Bangkok, Thailand - Royal Paragon Hall

Aug. 11 - Manila, Philippines - Araneta Coliseum

Aug. 14 - Taipei, Taiwan - Taipei Arena

Aug. 20 - Grand Prairie, Texas - Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie

Aug. 27 - Albuquerque, N.M. - Route 66 Casino

Sept. 3 - Charles Town, W.Va. - Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races

Sept. 4 - Nichols, N.Y. - Tioga Downs

Sept. 15 - Youngstown, Ohio - Stambaugh Auditorium

Sept. 16 - Morristown, N.J. - Mayo Performing Arts Center

Sept. 17 - Ridgefield, Conn. - The Ridgefield Playhouse

Sept. 23 - Charlottesville, Va. - The Paramount Theater

Sept. 25 - Staten Island, N.Y. - St. George Theatre

Oct. 6 - North Little Rock, Ark. - Verizon Arena

Oct. 7 - Memphis, Tenn. - Orpheum Theatre

Oct. 8 - New Orleans, La. - Saenger Theatre

Oct. 27 - Midland, Texas - Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center

Oct. 31 - Glasgow, Scotland - The SSE Hydro*

Nov. 3 - Amsterdam Zuid, The Netherlands - Heineken Music Hall*

Nov. 7 - Dublin, Ireland - 3Arena*

Nov. 8 - Belfast, UK - SSE Arena*

Nov. 10 - London, UK - Palladium*

Nov. 12 - London, UK - Eventim Apollo*

Jan. 22, 2017 - Clearwater, Fla. - Ruth Eckerd Hall

Jan. 24, 2017 - Fort Lauderdale, Fla. - Broward Center for the Performing Arts

Jan. 28, 2017 - Orange Park, Fla. - Thrasher-Horne Center for the Arts

April 8, 2017 - Danville, Ky. - Norton Center For The Arts


* with Charlie Worsham

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Dolly Parton's New Album Pure & Simple Available Worldwide August 19

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World-renowned singer, songwriter, entertainer Dolly Parton and Sony Music Nashville announced a joint venture and the launch of Dolly’s new studio album, Pure & Simple, for worldwide distribution on August 19.


“I may not be pure, but I’m as simple as they come! This new Pure & Simple project is really special to me because I’m taking my fans back to my roots. I feel like these songs have a pure, tender side and we didn’t go overboard with arrangements. I’m so glad we’ve teamed up with our friends at Sony to get this album out to the fans,” said Dolly Parton.


Remarked Doug Morris, CEO, Sony Music Entertainment, “Dolly Parton is a national treasure and an iconic singer/songwriter. We are thrilled to be expanding our successful relationship with her through this new global agreement. We are very proud to call her a member of the Sony Music family.” 

“This is a special reunion for Dolly, RCA Nashville and for me personally,” commented Randy Goodman, Chairman and CEO, Sony Music Nashville. “Our entire Sony Music Nashville team is elated.” Continues Goodman, “We have a firm foundation of Dolly’s incredible catalog of hits on RCA Nashville as well as Columbia Nashville.”


Dolly Parton, co-producer and songwriter on Pure & Simple, also revealed the album’s cover art and track listing today (see below).


Dolly Parton

Album title: Pure & Simple

Produced by Dolly Parton


Pure and Simple

Say Forever You'll Be Mine

Never Not Love You

Kiss It (And Make It All Better)

Can't Be That Wrong

Outside Your Door

Tomorrow Is Forever

I'm Sixteen

Head Over High Heels

Forever Love




An internationally renowned superstar, the iconic and irrepressible Dolly Parton has contributed countless treasures to the world of entertainment. All-inclusive sales of singles, albums, hits collections, paid digital downloads and compilation usage during her illustrious career have topped a staggering 100 million records worldwide.


Achieving 25 RIAA certified gold, platinum and multi-platinum awards, Dolly has had 25 songs reach No. 1 on the Billboard Country charts, a record for a female artist. Dolly has garnered 7 Grammy Awards, 10 Country Music Association Awards, 5 Academy of Country Music Awards, 3 American Music Awards and is one of only five female artists to win the Country Music Association’s Entertainer of the Year Award. Making her film debut in the 1980 hit comedy “9 to 5,” Dolly earned rave reviews for her performance and an Oscar nomination for writing the title tune, along with her second and third Grammy Awards. Roles in “Steel Magnolias,” “Best Little Whorehouse in Texas,” “Rhinestone,” and “Straight Talk” followed.


Dolly saw a cherished dream become a reality in 1986 with the opening of her own theme park, Dollywood, in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.


In 1988, Dolly began the Dollywood Foundation which funds Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library across America and in Canada by giving every preschool child a book each month from the time he or she is born until the child reaches kindergarten. Currently 60,000,000 books are mailed to children in the US, Canada and throughout the UK.


In 1999, Dolly was inducted as a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame. She has her own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and in 2004, the U.S. Library of Congress presented her with their Living Legend Award for her contribution to the cultural heritage of the United States.


In December 2015, more than 13 million tuned into “Dolly Parton’s Coat of Many Colors” and was the most-watched film on broadcast networks since May 2012. To learn more about this American icon, visit

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The Western Flyers Debut Their Hot Take On Texas Swing With "Wild Blue Yonder" July 29th

In 1940s Texas, if you wanted to court a girl after a long day on the Texas oil rigs, you sought out the nearest dancehall. Dusty, gin-soaked, and boisterous, the hall was driven by the Western Swing it bore; jazz, blues and swing standards melded with cowboy songs and electrifying old-time fiddle tunes.

Legendary fiddler and band leader Bob Wills was king in this world and the dancehalls and theaters of Texas were buzzing with great fiddlers and singers, creating a new sound that would define Southwestern roots music for decades to come.


 More than seventy-five years later, The Western Flyers’ debut album, Wild Blue Yonder, explodes with the influence of this storied genre, and if Bob Wills was listening off-stage he’d be smiling in approval. Internationally-renowned guitar master Joey McKenzie drives the train with his powerful rhythm, reigning National Swing Fiddle champion Katie Glassman’s improvisation astounds, and world-class upright bassist Gavin Kelso adds fuel to the fire. A blending of tradition and innovation, Wild Blue Yonder is a singular music experience; a fresh take on a venerable American art form performed by three virtuosos of the genre.

Recorded at Mighty Fine Productions in Denver, CO by Colin Bricker, the album captures the polished authenticity of Western Flyers, and their dedication to the quality of the music. “That was really important to us,” says Glassman. “We didn’t want to make a fantasy record with a bunch of bells and whistles.” And really, this trio doesn’t need any crutches. Not only does it have one of the best swing fiddlers in the world and one of the best upright bassists in the world, but McKenzie is a legendary presence in the world of Texas swing. In fact, Glassman was just a kid when she first met and played with Mckenzie, creator of The Quebe Sisters Band and mentor to young talent. “We began jamming together and I would always ask him to back me up at fiddle contests,” Glassman said, “I always admired Joey and his love and knowledge of Texas fiddling and Western swing.  He is a virtuoso rhythm guitarist and a true student of upholding the integrity, quality and tradition of Western swing and Texas old-time fiddle music.”


Western Flyers’ brand of Western Swing has the lyricism and charm of Count Basie’s swing, the nostalgia of Bob Wills, and the spurs of Haggard and Willie Nelson’s country roots. Recorded using vintage Neumann, Telefunken and RCA ribbon microphones, vintage tube preamps and other equipment from the era, Wild Blue Yonder recreates the rich sounds their favorite recordings from the 30's and 40's. Western Swing is the flask of fine, energizing whiskey in the saddlebag of American music, as timeless as it is vintage. 

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Travis Collins: "Call Me Crazy" (2016). New Official Music Video.

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Official music video for ‘Call Me Crazy’ by Travis Collins, the first single from his album ‘Hard Light’.


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