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The Voice Season 19 Finalist Ian Flanigan To Release Debut Album ‘Strong’ September 2

Country music singer/songwriter and The Voice Season 19 finalist Ian Flanigan will release his upcoming debut album ‘Strong’ on September 2. Flanigan delivers a combination of sweet and upbeat tunes along with powerful soulful tracks that will leave every listener begging for more. He has consistently released fan favorite singles such as “Grow Up” featuring Blake Shelton, “Under A Southern Sky,” and “Last Name On It,” showing not only his versatility as a singer but as a songwriter as well. Flanigan has been featured by Fox News Digital, Cowboys & Indians, Music Mayhem, American Songwriter, Sounds Like Nashville, and more!

Ian Flanigan

Southern Rounds Brings Popular Online Songwriter Series To Analog at The Hutton Hotel Starting September 1 at 7 PM

Hosted songwriter series Southern Rounds is bringing their popular online songwriter series to Analog at The Hutton Hotel starting September 1 at 7 PM. Hosted by Levi Lowrey (Zac Brown Band, Sonia Leigh), the first show will feature Lowrey and Wyatt Durrette (Zac Brown Band, Luke Combs), bringing to life the hits they’ve written such as “Chicken Fried,” “Colder Weather,” “Beautiful Crazy,” and sharing songs and stories along with their special guests James Otto and Kristian Bush (Sugarland).

Southern Rounds

T. GRAHAM BROWN KICKS OFF KENTUCKY STRONG NASHVILLE CAMPAIGN

In an all-out effort to support Tennessee’s neighbors to the north, the country music star has launched the #KentuckyStrong campaign in Nashville and is inviting his fellow artists, friends, fans, and anyone wanting to help to join him. To raise money, T. Graham has taken the lyrics to his song “Hell and High Water” and created a “Come Hell Or High Water” t-shirt for people to purchase at his website to bring much-needed financial support to the devastated communities in Kentucky. T-Shirts are $25 with proceeds being provided directly to Kentuckians in need.

#KentuckyStrong

The Oak Ridge Boys Announce Christmas In Tennessee Show at Gaylord Opryland Resort

GRAMMY® Award-winning and Country Music Hall of Fame members, The Oak Ridge Boys, will return to the Gaylord Opryland Resort to celebrate the holiday season at home this year with a 32-show residency as part of the resort’s 39th annual ‘A Country Christmas’ event. The Oaks’ ‘Christmas in Tennessee’ Dinner Show, November 23 – December 25, 2022, features a delicious holiday meal prepared by the resort’s culinary team followed by the Oaks and their band performing Christmas classics, new favorites, and many of the timeless hits that have shaped their legendary career. For more information on ‘Christmas in Tennessee’, visit OakRidgeBoys.com.

The Oak Ridge Boys: Christmas In Tennessee

Janie Fricke, Moe Bandy, And More Added to The Country Music Cruise

The 9th Annual Country Music Cruise is set to sail January 22-29, 2023, and is already 90% sold out. Organizers today announced the addition of Janie Fricke, Moe Bandy, and Sarah Gayle Meech to an already exciting lineup. The seven-day Country Music Party At Sea aboard Holland America’s stunning Nieuw Amsterdam ship will feature more than 100 live performances and make stops in scenic St. Maarten and San Juan.

The Country Music Cruise

PAIGE KING JOHNSON’S NEW MUSIC VIDEO “FAMOUS ENOUGH” PREMIERED BY HEARTLAND TV AND CMT.COM

Country music singer-songwriter Paige King Johnson is proud to announce the release of her new music video for her current single “Famous Enough” from her long-anticipated album, Honky Tonk Heart, available now from PCG Records. Directed by Grand Ole Opry member and country music legend, Pam Tillis, Johnson showcases her God-given vocals with every note, painting a portrait of contentment that most of us strive for and never achieve. “Famous Enough” was premiered by CMT.com and Heartland TV on Country Music Today on July 15 at 530 pm ET.

HELPING A HERO TELETHON WINS THREE NATIONAL TELLY AWARDS

When you gather some of music’s greatest hitmakers and put them on a stage to raise money for veterans, along with “Southern Cooking Queen” Paula Deen, you are bound to have something special. That is exactly what happened when Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Sam Moore was joined by T. Graham Brown, Lee Brice, Michael Ray, Janie Fricke, Darryl Worley, and Tim Rushlow to perform “Soul Man”. That performance along with those from Crystal Gayle (Don’t I Make My Brown Eyes Blue), Debby Boone (You Light Up My Life), John Conlee (They Also Serve), Darryl Worley (Have You Forgotten), The Oak Ridge Boys (Elvira), The Gatlin Brothers (All The Gold In California), Home Free (America, My Country Tis Of Thee), The Frontmen (medley of hits), and co-host Lee Greenwood (God Bless The USA) helped bring such awareness to the Helping A Hero organization that the special presentation was honored with three (3) national Telly Awards for “Best Use of Influencer” in a non-profit, “Charitable Branded Content”, and “Not-for-Profit Live Stream”.

Helping A Hero Telly Awards

ROCK & ROLL HALL OF FAME MEMBER ARTIMUS PYLE FEATURED ON NEW ALBUM ‘A TRIBUTE TO ERIC CLAPTON’

It’s not often that such a diverse array of artists, from blues to southern rock, punk to country, can be gathered together under a single musical project. But there’s one artist whose career has been so incredibly rich and whose influence has been so extensive as to make such a union possible. Of course, that artist is the brilliant guitarist/songwriter/legendary musical icon, Eric Clapton, who has inspired countless thousands of musicians of all stripes, artists of all colors, and fans of all kinds, including the incredible group of talented friends found on this brand-new set of studio recordings, A Tribute To Eric Clapton.

A Tribute To Eric Clapton

RANDY ROGERS, WADE BOWEN, TED NUGENT, JOSH WEATHERS, MIKE AND THE MOONPIES, GIOVANNIE & THE HIRED GUNS, MICKY AND THE MOTORCARS, KAITLIN BUTTS, JON STORK AND MORE AT BILLY BOB’S TEXAS IN JULY

Billy Bob’s Texas opened its doors on April 1, 1981, but the building has not always been known as the 'World’s Largest Honky Tonk'. The history of the building begins in 1910 when it served as an open-air stock pen to house cattle, then a roof was added in 1936 as part of the Texas Centennial project. During WWII it became a hub to build airplane parts to help with war efforts. In the 1950s and 1960s the building became Clark’s Department Store which quickly became famous because all the employees stocking product wore roller skates to make their way around the massive facility. Plenty of changes have happened and this historic building has certainly evolved over the years, but this renovation is one for the records.

Billy Bob's Texas

The Voice Season 19 Finalist Ian Flanigan To Release Debut Album ‘Strong’ September 2

Ian Flanigan

Country music singer/songwriter and The Voice Season 19 finalist Ian Flanigan will release his upcoming debut album ‘Strong’ on September 2. Flanigan delivers a combination of sweet and upbeat tunes along with powerful soulful tracks that will leave every listener begging for more. He has consistently released fan favorite singles such as “Grow Up” featuring Blake Shelton, “Under A Southern Sky,” and “Last Name On It,” showing not only his versatility as a singer but as a songwriter as well. Flanigan has been featured by Fox News Digital, Cowboys & Indians, Music Mayhem, American Songwriter, Sounds Like Nashville, and more!

Southern Rounds Brings Popular Online Songwriter Series To Analog at The Hutton Hotel Starting September 1 at 7 PM

Southern Rounds

Hosted songwriter series Southern Rounds is bringing their popular online songwriter series to Analog at The Hutton Hotel starting September 1 at 7 PM. Hosted by Levi Lowrey (Zac Brown Band, Sonia Leigh), the first show will feature Lowrey and Wyatt Durrette (Zac Brown Band, Luke Combs), bringing to life the hits they’ve written such as “Chicken Fried,” “Colder Weather,” “Beautiful Crazy,” and sharing songs and stories along with their special guests James Otto and Kristian Bush (Sugarland).

T. GRAHAM BROWN KICKS OFF KENTUCKY STRONG NASHVILLE CAMPAIGN

#KentuckyStrong

In an all-out effort to support Tennessee’s neighbors to the north, the country music star has launched the #KentuckyStrong campaign in Nashville and is inviting his fellow artists, friends, fans, and anyone wanting to help to join him. To raise money, T. Graham has taken the lyrics to his song “Hell and High Water” and created a “Come Hell Or High Water” t-shirt for people to purchase at his website to bring much-needed financial support to the devastated communities in Kentucky. T-Shirts are $25 with proceeds being provided directly to Kentuckians in need.

The Oak Ridge Boys Announce Christmas In Tennessee Show at Gaylord Opryland Resort

The Oak Ridge Boys: Christmas In Tennessee

GRAMMY® Award-winning and Country Music Hall of Fame members, The Oak Ridge Boys, will return to the Gaylord Opryland Resort to celebrate the holiday season at home this year with a 32-show residency as part of the resort’s 39th annual ‘A Country Christmas’ event. The Oaks’ ‘Christmas in Tennessee’ Dinner Show, November 23 – December 25, 2022, features a delicious holiday meal prepared by the resort’s culinary team followed by the Oaks and their band performing Christmas classics, new favorites, and many of the timeless hits that have shaped their legendary career. For more information on ‘Christmas in Tennessee’, visit OakRidgeBoys.com.

Janie Fricke, Moe Bandy, And More Added to The Country Music Cruise

The Country Music Cruise

The 9th Annual Country Music Cruise is set to sail January 22-29, 2023, and is already 90% sold out. Organizers today announced the addition of Janie Fricke, Moe Bandy, and Sarah Gayle Meech to an already exciting lineup. The seven-day Country Music Party At Sea aboard Holland America’s stunning Nieuw Amsterdam ship will feature more than 100 live performances and make stops in scenic St. Maarten and San Juan.

“THE DAY THE MUSIC DIED: THE STORY OF DON McLEAN’S ‘AMERICAN PIE'” AVAILABLE NOW ON PARAMOUNT+

DOWNLOAD QUOTES PAGE "'American Pie' says something profound about the country."- Glenn Kenny, The New York Times NEW YORK - THE DAY THE MUSIC DIED: THE STORY OF DON McLEAN’S “AMERICAN PIE” launched Tuesday, July 19 on Paramount+, both in the U.S. and internationally where the service is available. With a narrative running deeper than a catchy tune and cryptic verses, “American Pie” is a musical phenomenon woven deep into the history of American culture, entertaining audiences around the world for over 50 years. In THE DAY THE MUSIC DIED: THE STORY OF DON McLEAN’S “AMERICAN...

PAIGE KING JOHNSON’S NEW MUSIC VIDEO “FAMOUS ENOUGH” PREMIERED BY HEARTLAND TV AND CMT.COM

Country music singer-songwriter Paige King Johnson is proud to announce the release of her new music video for her current single “Famous Enough” from her long-anticipated album, Honky Tonk Heart, available now from PCG Records. Directed by Grand Ole Opry member and country music legend, Pam Tillis, Johnson showcases her God-given vocals with every note, painting a portrait of contentment that most of us strive for and never achieve. “Famous Enough” was premiered by CMT.com and Heartland TV on Country Music Today on July 15 at 530 pm ET.

HELPING A HERO TELETHON WINS THREE NATIONAL TELLY AWARDS

Helping A Hero Telly Awards

When you gather some of music’s greatest hitmakers and put them on a stage to raise money for veterans, along with “Southern Cooking Queen” Paula Deen, you are bound to have something special. That is exactly what happened when Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Sam Moore was joined by T. Graham Brown, Lee Brice, Michael Ray, Janie Fricke, Darryl Worley, and Tim Rushlow to perform “Soul Man”. That performance along with those from Crystal Gayle (Don’t I Make My Brown Eyes Blue), Debby Boone (You Light Up My Life), John Conlee (They Also Serve), Darryl Worley (Have You Forgotten), The Oak Ridge Boys (Elvira), The Gatlin Brothers (All The Gold In California), Home Free (America, My Country Tis Of Thee), The Frontmen (medley of hits), and co-host Lee Greenwood (God Bless The USA) helped bring such awareness to the Helping A Hero organization that the special presentation was honored with three (3) national Telly Awards for “Best Use of Influencer” in a non-profit, “Charitable Branded Content”, and “Not-for-Profit Live Stream”.

ROCK & ROLL HALL OF FAME MEMBER ARTIMUS PYLE FEATURED ON NEW ALBUM ‘A TRIBUTE TO ERIC CLAPTON’

A Tribute To Eric Clapton

It’s not often that such a diverse array of artists, from blues to southern rock, punk to country, can be gathered together under a single musical project. But there’s one artist whose career has been so incredibly rich and whose influence has been so extensive as to make such a union possible. Of course, that artist is the brilliant guitarist/songwriter/legendary musical icon, Eric Clapton, who has inspired countless thousands of musicians of all stripes, artists of all colors, and fans of all kinds, including the incredible group of talented friends found on this brand-new set of studio recordings, A Tribute To Eric Clapton.

RANDY ROGERS, WADE BOWEN, TED NUGENT, JOSH WEATHERS, MIKE AND THE MOONPIES, GIOVANNIE & THE HIRED GUNS, MICKY AND THE MOTORCARS, KAITLIN BUTTS, JON STORK AND MORE AT BILLY BOB’S TEXAS IN JULY

Billy Bob's Texas

Billy Bob’s Texas opened its doors on April 1, 1981, but the building has not always been known as the 'World’s Largest Honky Tonk'. The history of the building begins in 1910 when it served as an open-air stock pen to house cattle, then a roof was added in 1936 as part of the Texas Centennial project. During WWII it became a hub to build airplane parts to help with war efforts. In the 1950s and 1960s the building became Clark’s Department Store which quickly became famous because all the employees stocking product wore roller skates to make their way around the massive facility. Plenty of changes have happened and this historic building has certainly evolved over the years, but this renovation is one for the records.