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Sam Oulaw: "Angeleno" (2016). New Official Music Video.

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"The future’s bright for the young Angeleno

And an old song plays in his head

Far as he knows. . ."

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Five And Dime Cowboys: 2016 New Singles.

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January 25: Like A Moth To A Flame

January 28: The Old Man

February 1: Another Sawmill Town

February 1: Battle Song

February 8: Judgement Day

February 10: Sorrowful Ones

February 16: Faithful Bride

February 16: Someday, Somewhere (Tom´s Song)

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Casey Miller & The Barnyard Stompers: "Casey Miller & The Barnyard Stompers" (2016). New Album.

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This here's the wildest ride in the wilderness. Saddle up and ride with Casey Miller and the Barnyard Stompers on their adventures through Country and Western music as they explore the history of Americana culture!


This album explores all aspects of Hillbilly music from Tex Mex to Western Swing--Honky Tonk to Hillbilly--Rockabilly to Blues and Outlaw.



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Ben Bostick: "My Country" (2016). New EP [Explicit]. 

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By Joshua Tehee


"For a while, Ben Bostick’s affinity for country music was a sort-of secret.


It was the music he played growing up in South Carolina, but that was before he left and moved all over the country, living in cities like New York and Portland and Los Angeles, where he eventually ended up playing guitar in a hard-core funk band called Music Force X.


“If you say it fast ...” says Bostick, letting the play on words run in your head.


It was at a party after a Music Force X show that Bostick first played a few of his “country” tunes for his friends. It was at their insistence that Bostick began playing his songs at open mike nights and on the Santa Monica Pier, where he made some good money. Well, good for a busking musician, he says.

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Crooks: "Fork in the Road" (2016). New Official Music Video.

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There’s no shortage of country music in Crooks’ hometown of Austin, TX. But ask anyone who has crammed into a packed honky-tonk to catch one of their infamously rowdy late-night shows and they’ll tell you there’s something that sets them apart from the rest.

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