This husband and wife duo from Nashville has been applauded by the media for years. Iconic music critic and country music historian Robert Oermann at Music Row Magazine, and the late Chuck Dauphin at Billboard have both called them "the real deal" with Chuck going on to say "Herrick may very well contain the next great female voice of this generation in Donna Herrick." They have won several awards in the industry, have performed at the Opry, and have played with an impressive list of A-list artists over the years. Herrick's music has always been centered around heart wrenching melodies and harmonies. Their new single "Some Kind Of Lonesome" is inspired by the recent loss of Donna Herrick’s mother, and the loneliness through a calendar year that feels, to many, to be the very definition of the word. The profound imagery of the music video turns many tides of the soul, yet it is not without the life raft we all cling to, which is each other. This song is a brilliant prelude to their forth coming studio album "Sunderland Road."
For over a decade, singer-songwriter and musician Brandon Rhyder has been widely exalted for his exquisite ability to couple gorgeous melodies with superb storytelling and deeply admired for his signature songbird vocal style. 18 years of highly praised albums, a rigorous tour schedule of 175 plus dates a year and the privilege of working with top-notch songwriters like Liz Rhodes, Keith Gattis, Lori McKenna, Walt Wilkins and Radney Foster, Rhyder is on top of his game. His new single "I Felt Good Today" comes out September 13, 2019 in advance of his live acoustic album "Main Street Crossing" in November.
Curtis Grimes is responsible for eleven #1 hit singles in Texas, seven of those #1's in a row including his latest single “Still A Little Country Left” off his current album “Undeniably Country.” The music video premiered on CMT.com. He has seen over 30 million streams on Spotify, scored a #1 hit song on the Power Source Country Christian Chart, and most recently, scored a double win at the 2020 Texas Country Music Awards for "Single of the Year" and "Christian Country Artist of the Year," which he has now won twice. Last year he took home "Entertainer of the Year." His music is 100% homegrown country steeped in southern values and Christian charity. His new acoustic EP "Acoustic Collections" is out now.
From a small town Arkansas kid to a mainstream songwriting scholarship in Nashville to a return to his independent country music roots, David Adam Byrnes is making the scene in Texas with singles flying up the radio chart. Byrnes new album “Neon Town” mae its presence known months before release with three back-to-back #1 hit singles with “Beer Bucket List” and “I Can Give You One.” His new single “Old School” is well on course to the top of the chart, and the hilarious music video is turning heads as well. The music video was premiered on CMT.com. “Neon Town” is the come-full-circle thesis on his adventures from small town roots to mainstream cultured and back to his provenance. David Adam Byrnes has earned himself a music business education that just can’t be bought.
Brian Callihan most definitely knows his way around a song having had five publishing deals to date and his songs recorded by an impressive list of his country music peers. American Songwriter Magazine has twice featured Callihan calling him "A firm fit within today's contemporary country confines." Callihan has performed at the coveted Key West Songwriters Festival and at the CMA Music Festival. His self-titled debut album shows his talents in spectacular fashion. Every song was co-written with #1 hit songwriters including Cole Swindell, Adam Sanders, Jesse Rice, Wynn Varble, Monty Criswell, Josh Martin, Larry McCoy and Phil O’Donnell. The first single “Broke It Down” has seen 150,000 streams already and the music video boasts 10,000 views. The album ranked on the Top 15 on iTunes pre-order chart for country albums. On this impressive opener to what will no doubt be a very long season of notable future album releases, Brian Callihan proves he can do it all. With his pen, with his guitar, with his voice, and also behind the controls, his brand of country music is 100% him from start to finish.
When you hear Amelia Presley sing, it is impossible not to hear pangs of profound sorrow wrapped in a soulful voice fraught with struggle and deeply buried secrets. Through her newly acquired liberation from her own emotional self-imprisonment, she aims only to set the record straight with the release of her new single “Harm Nobody Else.” The release of “Harm Nobody Else” comes on the heels of a podcast called “The Insignificant Diary of a Burden Named Phoenix” in which Amelia tells for the first time the story of the 13 years of abuse she endured. With this declaration she hopes to help other survivors validate their own feelings by facing them head on rather than living under the burden of their abuser’s secret. Through her young adulthood Amelia moved on and away from the Mississippi mud she grew up in and went on to achieve several cherished titles: singer, songwriter, 5-year military veteran and mother. She is also one part of the Texas duo the Highway Sisters with KK Bodiford. Amelia is a brilliant music artist/songwriter who has toured for years and has performed at CMA Music Fest and the Grand Ole Opry.
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