Nice Horse releases ‘A Little Unstable’

Nice Horse 1 CREDIT Matt BarnesCMJ’s Patrice Whiffen chats with country music artist, Kaley Debra, of Nice Horse!

Kaley talks about how this kickass country band first got together, and how they got their unique name! She also talks about their sassy sound, and affection for horse puns. Nice Horse recently released their debut EP, A Little Unstable, and we highly recommend you check it out!

For more information on Nice Horse, check out their website here: http://www.nicehorsemusic.com/

To listen to the exclusive interview with Kaley from Nice Horse, click here!

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Rosemary & the Sweet Sound Revival

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Rosemary talks about her extensive performance experience, including playing at the Sistine Chapel in Vatican City, and Carnegie Hall in New York. She also talks about her unique transition from fiddle player to country music artist. Rosemary talks about her new album Plum Coulee My Home, along with the stories that fans can expect to hear.

For more information on Rosemary & the Sweet Sound Revival, check out her website here: https://rosemarysiemens.me/

To listen to the exclusive interview with Rosemary, click here!

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Madeline Merlo makes film debut in ‘Country Crush’

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CMJ’s Patrice Whiffen chats with country music singer-songwriter and actress, Madeline Merlo!

Madeline talks about her film debut in the upcoming, Country Crush, to be released on March 14, 2017. She talks about film’s characters and what it was like acting alongside fellow country musician, Jana Kramer. Madeline’s two singles, Alive and Crush, will be featured on the film’s soundtrack out on March 10, 2017.  Continue reading

Straight Outta Houston – Charlie and The Regrets

charlie-the-regretsCMJ’s Patrice Whiffen chats with country music band from Houston, Texas – Charlie and The Regrets!

Charlie explains how the band got its name, and how they decided to make music a career. He talks about their first full length album, Rivers in the Streets, and the stories fans can explain to hear. Charlie talks about the story behind their current single, Time Moves Slow, and how fans can connect with the band.

To find out more about the Charlie and The Regrets, visit:

https://www.charlieandtheregrets.com/

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Hunter Brothers to Release New Album, Getaway

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CMJ’s Patrice Whiffen chats with country music band from Shaunavon, SK – Hunter Brothers!

Ty Hunter, one of five Hunters in the band, talks about how the brothers decided to make country music a career. He shares the inside scoop behind the band’s debut single, El Dorado, and teases some of the stories fans can expect off the new record, “Getaway;” out March 3, 2017. Ty talks about working closely with Brad Rempel of High Valley, and how fans can connect with the brothers on social media.

To find out more about the Hunter Brothers, visit:

http://hunterbrothers.com/

To check out the video for Getaway, click here!

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Richard Lynch’s ‘Love Tattoo’

richard-lynchCMJ’s Patrice Whiffen chats with country music singer-songwriter, Richard Lynch!

Richard talks about his new single, Love Tattoo, a duet with Ronnie McDowell. This song is a tribute to the military, with funds raised going to support the Love Tattoo Foundation. Richard talks about how the song came together, along with how important this cause is to Richard and his family. Richard also talks about his busy tour schedule, and how fans can connect with him online.

To find out more about Richard Lynch, visit:

https://www.richardlynchband.com/

To check out the video for Love Tattoo, click here!

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The Orchard’s ‘The Great Unknown’

the-orchardCMJ’s Patrice Whiffen chats with Canadian country music duo, The Orchard!

Mitch Smith, one half of the Royalty Records singer/songwriter duo, The Orchard, chats with us about the duo’s new album, ‘The Great Unknown.’ He talks about the stories fans can expect on the album, along with how the duo’s sound has evolved since the first record. He also talks about the story behind the first single from the album, Sometimes I Wonder. Mitch also provides the backstory to how he and bandmate, Kasha Anne, first came together.

Click here to check out The Orchard, and be sure to check out their new album, ‘The Great Unknown,’ out on March 10, 2017.

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Amanda Sadler’s ‘Drop The Needle Down’

drop-the-needle-down-single-artworkCMJ’s Patrice Whiffen chats with Canadian country music singer-songwriter, Amanda Sadler!

Kingston native, Amanda, talks about her start in music, and her unique contemporary-country sound. She talks about the release of her single, Drop The Needle Down, which she wrote in Nashville with Dwave Thomson and Patricia Conroy. Amanda also talks about the video for the song, and how to connect with her on social media.

 

To find out more about Amanda Sadler, visit:

http://www.amandasadler.com/

To check out the video for Drop The Needle Down, click here!

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Alessia Cohle’s ‘Talk To Me’

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CMJ’s Patrice Whiffen chats with Canadian country music singer-songwriter, Alessia Cohle!

Alessia talks about her start in music, and the important role her family played in her journey. She also talks about what fans can expect from her new album, Talk To Me. Alessia shares her excitement about opening for Brett Kissel later this month, and what it was like to be part of the 2016 CCMA house band.

To find out more about Alessia Cohle, visit:

http://www.alessiacohle.com/

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The Dead South’s ‘Illusion & Doubt’

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CMJ’s Patrice Whiffen chats with folk-bluegrass band, The Dead South!

Nate from The Dead South talks about how the band first got together, and what fans can expect from their new album, Illusion & Doubt. He talks about the band’s unique sound, and how fans can get in touch with them online.  To find out more about The Dead South visit:

https://thedeadsouth.com/

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