Steve Nedved

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May 31

Speechless” no more: Dan + Shay reemerge to speak out about George Floyd’s death

ABC/Image Group LAJustin Bieber‘s been posting multiple messages denouncing racism since the death of George Floyd, whose death following his arrest by the Minneapolis police has sparked protests worldwide.  Now, his “10,000 Hours” duet partners, Dan + Shay, have added their voices to the chorus. In a lengthy Instagram post, the duo explains that they’ve …

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May 29

Drive-in movies, cooking & card games: Brothers Osborne share how they’re spending quarantine

ABC/Image Group LA Brothers Osborne take fans behind the scenes of how they’re spending self-isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic in a new installment of CMT’s On the Road Series — which has been renamed “Off the Road” in light of the quarantine. People premiered the vlog-style clip. Bandmates and brothers TJ and John Osborne have been isolating together in Nashville, along with their mom, …

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May 29

“Can’t Stay Here”: Tucker Beathard drops his newest heartache ballad in response to fan demand

Warner Music NashvilleTucker Beathard reflects on the tough decision to end a painful relationship in “Can’t Stay Here,” his new breakup ballad. Written early in 2020, the song was among the first Tucker penned after his younger brother’s untimely death.  During that period of grief, the singer admits he wasn’t sure he’d be able to write …

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May 29

Zac Brown re-releases solo album ‘The Controversy’, including new remixes and collaborations

Andy Sapp Zac Brown Band frontman Zac Brown re-released his debut solo album, The Controversy, on Friday. The project originally came out as a surprise release last September. The new version of the project boasts two remixes not featured in the first iteration of the project, including a Petey Radio remix of “Someone I Used to Know,” the lead …

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May 29

‘Guitars, Couches, ETC., ETC.’: Midland combats the quarantine blues with acoustic EP

Big Machine Records Midland put an acoustic spin on five of their best-loved hits in Guitars, Couches, ETC., ETC., a new EP recorded from quarantine during the COVID-19 pandemic.  The project’s name is a good-natured tip of the hat to Dwight Yoakam’s 1986 Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc., Etc., an album that the trio counts as an important influence on their music.  “The …

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May 29

Tanya Tucker postpones CMT Next Women of Country: Bring My Flowers Now tour stops through August

Derrek Kupish / dkupish productions In light of the continuing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, Tanya Tucker announced this week that her headlining CMT Next Women of Country: Bring My Flowers Now tour will postpone all its scheduled shows through August.  “My heart is absolutely broken knowing that we will have to wait to be together again,” the star …

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May 29

Old Dominion revisits their musical past, shares three old songs for the first time

Sony Music Old Dominion has combed through the archives of their career, and now they’re sharing three previously unreleased songs from three different points in their musical past.  “We’re releasing NEW, old music,” explains frontman Matthew Ramsey.  “Three songs, previously unreleased but that were recorded for our previous albums Meat and Candy, Happy Endings, as well as an EP …

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May 29

“Fire and Flame”: Kip Moore unfurls ‘Wild World’ with blazing, anthemic new track

Universal Music GroupKip Moore’s new album, Wild World, came out on Friday, and the project is teeming with introspective anthems filled with passion and self-discovery. Just before the project came out, Kip premiered its third track, the high-octane “Fire and Flame,” on The Country Show with Bob Harris on BBC Radio 2. The song spotlights the quest for …

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May 29

“Redwood Tree”: Cam’s new single is inspired by family, home and her favorite childhood climbing tree

Sharon Ochs/RCA Records Cam reflects on the bittersweet passage of time in her meditative new single, “Redwood Tree,” a song inspired in large part by a climbing tree that grew in her backyard when she was a child. Since then, her musical dreams and ambitions have taken her far away from her hometown and that old …

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May 29

Watch now: King Calaway circles the globe to duet with Laine Hardy on Beatles’ classic

CeCe DawsonEven though King Calaway‘s still relatively new, they already have the distinction of being country’s most internationally-diverse band.  In fact, two of its members have weathered the COVID-19 pandemic in their homelands: Jordan Harvey in Scotland, and Simon Dumas in Gibraltar. Like many other country acts, King Calaway was overseas for the Country to Country Festival when coronavirus began to …

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