Country Music Legend Clint Black Releases First Single “This Old House” Off His 22nd Album, Still Killin Time, 30 Years After Multi-Platinum Debut Watch the new music video below! Nashville, TN – November 1, 2019 – One of Country music’s most celebrated and admired artists, Clint Black, released the first single and accompanying music video for “This Old House” today from his highly-anticipated album, Still Killin’ Time. “This Old House” honors country music’s home the Grand Ole Opry and features a team of powerhouse performers who are no strangers to the Opry stage including; Trace Adkins, Dierks Bentley, Cody Jinks, Sara Evans, Michael Ray, Darius Rucker, Travis Tritt, and Steve Wariner. “It’s such an honor to have these great artists agree to sing on this record and the willingness of the Opry to open its archives and its doors to me for the making of the video is more than I could’ve dreamed. This has been one of the most exciting experiences in my entire career,” says Black. A portion of the proceeds from “This Old House” will benefit the Opry Trust Fund, which for more than 50 years has supported members of the Country music community in need. LISTEN: This Old House Black produced the official music video for “This Old House,” which features archival footage from the Grand Ole Opry and marks the first time the stage and backstage dressing room area has been featured in a music video. WATCH: This Old House On Friday, November 8th, Black will release Still Killin’ Time featuring eight live recordings of Clint’s hits and two studio recordings of songs that nearly made it onto his debut album Killin’ Time, “This Old House” and “No One Here For Me.” “I’ve toyed with the idea of a live album for years. If ever there was a time for a “snapsot” of our live performances, it would be the 30th anniversary of my first album release. To bring more nostalgia to the project, I dug up two songs we never recorded that were “in the stack” of songs we wrote for Killin’ Time; “This Old House” and “No One Here for Me.” I thought they would fit in well with Still Killin’ Time.” The special live album holds true to the traditional sound that continues to resonate with classic country fans. Still Killin’ Time Track Listing: Track 1: This Old House Track 2: No One Here For Me Track 3: Killin’ Time (Live) Track 4: A Better Man (Live) Track 5: Walkin’ Away (Live) Track 6: Summer’s Comin’ (Live) Track 7: Tuckered Out (Live) Track 8: A Good Run of Bad Luck (Live) Track 9: Like the Rain (Live) Track 10: Nothin’ but the Taillights (Live)
MIRANDA LAMBERT’S WILDCARD ROARS TO LIFE ALBUM AVAILABLE EVERYWHERE NOW NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Arriving to raucous critical acclaim, superstar Miranda Lambert’s latest studio album Wildcard is released today (Nov. 1st) on Vanner Records/RCA Nashville. Listen here. Lambert performed the album’s Top 15 lead single “It All Comes Out in the Wash” Wednesday night on CBS’ “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” Watch here. Last night, she brought down the house at NBC’s “Late Night with Seth Meyers” performing “Mess With My Head” and “Bluebird.” This morning, Lambert welcomed the new album on NBC’s “TODAY” with “It All Comes Out in the Wash” and “Bluebird” on ABC’s “The View.” Sunday (11/3), she’ll discuss the album making process with NBC’s “Sunday TODAY” host Willie Geist on the Sunday Sitdown. Critics are raving about Wildcard: “Listening to Wildcard…you’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll wake up from a blackout-drunk evening next to your two best girlfriends and a freshly dug grave that none of you will speak of again. In short: It rocks.” – Entertainment Weekly “Rife with the honest, introspective and relatable lyrics for which Lambert is known” – Tennessean “She specializes in the kind of country music that doesn’t fade in the background, thanks to her meaty songwriting, her ear for the genre’s most interesting sounds — and of course, her clear, penetrating, impossible-to-replicate voice.” – Billboard
DOS BORRACHOS ARE ‘DRUNK AGAIN’ IN HILARIOUS NEW SONG AND VIDEO Austin, Texas — Dos Borrachos are living up to their name in another hilarious new sneak peek into their upcoming album. On “Drunk Again,” Roger Creager and Kevin Fowler “lament” their old habits in a raucously fun way, cutting loose in the saloon (and even performing their own stunts). From procrastinating on that to-do list to getting over an ex, Creager and Fowler do it all on “Drunk Again,” a feel good anthem that is sure to lead many live show singalongs. “This one you just have to sing along with by the chorus,” Kevin Fowler says. “Because who can’t relate to, ‘But then I got drunk again’?” “As soon as we heard ‘Drunk Again,’ we knew it was a Dos Borrachos song,” Roger Creager adds. The song counts Music Row heavyweights Bart Butler (Jon Pardi), Jessie Jo Dillon (Maren Morris, George Strait), and Michael Hardy (Blake Shelton, Florida Georgia Line) as songwriters. “Drunk Again” is another new track off Dos Borrachos upcoming eponymous debut, coming November 15. The Trent Willmon-produced album features a stable of talented writers, from Fowler, Creager, and Willmon themselves to fellow Texas artist Josh Grider to legends like Tom T. Hall, JT Harding, Steve Dorff and more. Inspired by one of their late night Mexico excursions, DOS BORRACHOS marks the first official album collaboration between the longtime friends. Dos Borrachos will play a limited run of exclusive shows right around the album release. They’ll also bring the party back to Mexico in summer 2020 for their BigCaboFest. The all-inclusive musical Mexico getaway takes place from June 7th through June 11th and is sure to inspire more of the fun times that ultimately inspired Dos Borrachos. Watch the video for “Drunk Again” here.
Releases New Track “Unanswered Questions” Listen/Share Fall Tour Begins October 31st + Solo Acoustic Dates Announced Critically-Acclaimed Renegade Out Now October 29, 2019 – ATO Records released “Unanswered Questions,” a new acoustic single from singer/songwriter Dylan LeBlanc. LeBlanc heads back out on tour on October 31 supporting his latest album Renegade, out now.
‘BEHIND MIRANDA LAMBERT’S WILDCARD’ SHORT FILM COMING EXCLUSIVELY TO APPLE MUSIC Watch A Teaser HERE ‘Behind Miranda Lambert’s Wildcard‘, an original short film chronicling the making of the country superstar’s forthcoming 7th album, comes exclusively to Apple Music on Monday, November 4th. Consider it an invitation into her brave new world: an adventurous, creative playground which finds her ruminating on her Texas roots while exploring new horizons. Lambert now splits her time between Nashville and New York, and says the latter’s confident, spontaneous energy has seeped into her art.
GRAMMY®-WINNING, PLATINUM-SELLING AMERICAN IDOL TAYLOR HICKS APPOINTED TO ALABAMA MUSIC HALL OF FAME BOARD NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Alabama Music Hall of Fame is proud to announce the appointment of GRAMMY®-winning, platinum-selling American Idol Taylor Hicks to its Board of Directors. Hicks, a Birmingham native, won “American Idol’s” blockbuster fifth season “with gray on his head, soul in his heart, Alabama in his palm (Los Angeles Times).” As a member of the Alabama Music Hall of Fame board, Hicks’ will support the Alabama Music Hall of Fame’s mission to honor, support and increase awareness of Alabama’s vast array of music achievers.
We’re in an extremely interesting time for music creation. Never before in history have genres blended so seamlessly and pop culture lines been so blurred. What was once the exception is the new normal this new genre-less landscape. Enter the pop/country boy band On The Outside and their new single “Like Yeah.” The group extracts the best elements of pop and combine them with the Nashville song craft of country music for a result that is undeniably fresh.
Singer-Songwriter JoAnna Janèt Releases Heartbreakingly Beautiful Single, “I Don’t Know Why” (Nashville, TN – October 25, 2019) JoAnna Janèt is no stranger to the stage. Her incredible musical journey has landed her on stages with powerhouse acts such as Reba McEntire, LeAnn Rimes, Sunny Sweeney, Mickey Guyton and many others. Now, JoAnna is taking center stage with the release of her latest single, “I Don’t Know Why,” available now on all digital streaming platforms. The hauntingly beautiful track was written by Janèt and Jeremy Spillman (Eric Church, Little Big Town, Trace Adkins, Lanco, Midland) and was also produced by Spillman. Listen to “I Don’t Know Why” “I am so thankful that I’ve been able to work in music for most of my life. It has given me a way to express things words alone can’t convey, and that’s definitely something that rings true about this song for me. “I don’t know why” is about loving someone so much that you can’t comprehend the thought of anyone ever hurting them. We all have people like that in our lives… and for me, it’s my 2 amazing kids. From the moment they came into this world, my job became totally about protecting their innocent little hearts and making sure they were never broken. As they grow I know that I won’t always be able to keep their hearts from breaking, and that’s what breaks mine. But regardless, they will always have me loving them (probably too much. Ha)”
Lillie Mae Announced as First 2019 LR Baggs AMERICANAFEST Session NASHVILLE, TN (October 25, 2019) … LR Baggs has released the first videos from their 2019 AMERICANAFEST Sessions, featuring Nashville-based multi-instrumentalist, Lillie Mae. Fresh off her 2019 release Other Girls are live versions of “Whole Blue Heart”, “Didn’t I”, and “A Golden Year”, along with a cover of “El Cumbanchero” where Mae’s fiddle work shines.