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Have you always thought there was something special about 80s and 90s country music that you've never been able to put your finger on? Why does this music stand out? Well, let's don our cowboy hats, adjust our oversized belt buckles, tease that hair, and see if we can get the bottom of it, by picking apart one song at a time.
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Visit stonecoldcountry.net. Curators of twang focusing on the Billboard Country Charts present and past and stellar indie gems. We also share interesting insights, country music news and positive stories. Also check out our Texas Six Pack episodes for great Texas country music.
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An independent production from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, Borderlines is a weekly exploration of real country music in a mix of folk, blues, singer-songwriter, roots jazz and lots more. The show is about music, with not much talk. Now 30 songs per episode, AND STILL NO COUNTRY-POP! With your host Rick August. Music licensed by SOCAN. Program © 2024 Acoustic Resources.
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Absolute Radio Country leads the way in championing country music, playing the latest releases and classic tracks from the most iconic artists of all time - and talking to them about their influences and the stories behind the songs. With any album, there's a usually a Deluxe edition with bonus material or exclusive content and that's what you can expect right here on Country Music Talks. Every episode will feature every special moment from our guest interviews. And don’t forget, you'll hear ...
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Jared “Pete” Gile & Carly Evans of The Troubadour Podcast host long form, deep-diving interviews with some of today’s most popular touring musicians in the Red Dirt and Texas Country Music movement. The Troubadour Podcast provides listeners with a behind the scenes look at their favorite artists in the genres. The Troubadour Podcast prides itself in also being another avenue for established artists, as well as up and comers, to get their music discovered by new fans through the unique and re ...
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Get to know your favorite country artists in a whole new way, diving deep into their past to learn about their greatest successes and their most bitter failures, all of which have guided them and made their journey unique. It’s stories from country music like you’ve never heard them before.
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Lee Arnold was the best known air personality at WHN, New York, the most listened to Country music radio station of all time. After working at WSCR in his hometown of Scranton, he continued his broadcasting career at WAVY radio/TV and WNTA AM/FM/TV, both in Norfolk, VA. Lee became Music Director and Air Personality at Country formatted WJRZ, Hackensack, NJ (1965-1971), which served the New York City metropolitan area. Lee also tried his hand at music, creating a few singles from 1968 through ...
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The Country Music Series Podcast talks about topics related to the art of country music. We discuss breaking into the music industry as an inspiring musician, band management, and finding an agency. We discuss what venues look at, in selecting an artist to play on their stage. We talk about how promoters tour and what attracts talent buyers. We hit on the different categories in country music from new to old, Texas country to Nashville country, as well as Singer/Songwriter and Women in Count ...
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You’re listening to the Kingwood Kowboy’s “History Of Country Music.” I’m Larry W Jones, from Kingwood Texas and I’ll be showcasing the roots of classic and vintage Country, Cowboy, Western and Bluegrass music, with interesting commentaries on how the songs came about. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/larry-w-jones/support
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The ultimate country music insider podcast. Each Monday, the Country Music Media Podcast features guests involved in timely issues who are willing to offer refreshing candor, unparalleled expertise and rare insight into the singers, songs and stories that define country music today. Journalists and hosts from radio, print, digital and country music trade publications will join the Country Music Media Podcast with information and anecdotes that slipped away, but shouldn’t have. On Thursday, h ...
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Fame can be a fickle friend. If you're lucky, it may give you 15 minutes in the spotlight before time moves on and you're forgotten by popular culture. The Country Music Unknown Legends Podcast highlights the lives and careers of artists and musicians from the late 40's and 50's who were on the cusp of breaking through to stardom. In fact, some had notable successes and achievements. Perhaps they just were born in the wrong decade or were just in the wrong place at the wrong time. Either way ...
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Welcome to the premiere episode of Country Music News Today, where we dive into the heart of country music to bring you the latest and greatest from the genre we all love. Here's what we've got lined up for you today: Dolly Parton Talks Retirement: The queen of country music shares what it would take for her to consider stepping away from the mic. …
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From Wade:“The determining factor was when I was 22 years-old. I’d been through four years of college and changed my major twice. I was only doing it because I thought that’s what I was supposed to do,” says Hayes. “I was watching the CMA Awards, and Ricky Skaggs came on and said that all the young artists out there struggling should stick with it,…
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In this episode, we look at how Collin Raye's signature song, "Love, Me" kept it gentle sentimental. Everything contributes, from the memorable acoustic guitar intro to Raye's smooth, sweet tenor vocals. But what do stoic farmers have to do with it? Also, who remembered that this recording had an electric piano?…
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Chris Gaffney – Artesia, Mi Vida Loca Whitney Rose - You Never Cross My Mind, Rule 62 The Dead South - People Are Strange, Easy Listening For Jerks - Part 2 Mary Gauthier - Sugar Cane, Filth & Fire Michael Brennan - I Wish I Was Home, Anywhere But Here Eric Brace & Last Train Home - In The Dark, Everything Will Be Jimmie Dale Gilmore - Deep Eddy Bl…
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In today's podcast episode we take a stroll down 1951 when Lefty Frizzell, and Hank Williams were the kings of honky tonk music. It was also the last of the crooners with Tony Bennet and Nat King Cole showing strong in pop music. The Philly Doo-wap sound was also a force to be reckoned with in 1951. It was post war America, and life was grand..…
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The #1 way you can support The Troubadour is by visiting our Patreon page Our featured guest this week is Uncle Lucius frontman, Kevin Galloway. Their latest record, Like It’s The Last One Left, is now available! YouTube Vid for Keep the Wolves Away · as heard on Yellowstone and now with 150 million views!!!! https://www.patreon.com/thetroubadourpo…
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Join me today with my guest, Morgan Spears! We recently sat down before a show in McMinnville, Tennessee on the Lorrie Morgan "Ruby" Tour 2024. Morgan is an up-and-coming rising star in Nashville and is currently on tour with Lorrie Morgan! https://www.facebook.com/MorganSpearsMusic https://www.instagram.com/morgan_spears_/ https://throwbackcountry…
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Singer-songwriter and artist Brady Seals has a pedigree for success. He is related to numerous music industry heavyweights including, Jimmy Seals (Seals & Crofts), Dan Seals (England Dan & John Ford Coley), and country songwriters Troy Seals (Songwriting Hall of Fame Member) and Chuck Seals. Throughout his career, Brady Seals has sold over 11 milli…
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Join me today with my buddy, Johnathan Bond. We discuss the upcoming Hall of Fame with Randy Travis, Barbara Fairchild, Mel Tillis, and John Berry being held in Pigeon Forge, TN at the Country Tonite Theatre this coming March 16, 2024! Also, listen in as he tells his personal testimony of how God changed his life! https://www.countrytonitepf.com/ h…
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Makenzie Phipps has become a fixture throughout the southeast from minor league baseball games, singing the National Anthem to fairs, festivals, and honky tonks, where she has delighted fans with her true country voice. It was Phipps' cover of “Amazing Grace” that heightened her popularity, with a video posted on Country Rebel quickly tallying near…
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Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit – Outfit, Live At Twist & Shout 11.16.07 Brian Sklar - Achin' Breakin' Heart, Buck You Eric Westbury - When The Day Is Done, Atomic Wilderness Tom Russell - Seven Curses, Indians Cowboys Horses Dogs D. Rangers – Dallas, Barbaric Cultural Practices Drew Kennedy - The Last Waltz, Sad Songs Happily Played Mick Davis - Get B…
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Over 50 years ago, The Marshall Tucker Band was founded in Spartanburg, SC. Thanks to hits like “Can’t You See,” “Heard It in a Love Song,” “Fire on the Mountain,” and “24 Hours At a Time,” the 5x Gold, 3x Platinum-selling southern rock group has sold millions of albums worldwide. MTB songs have been featured in major motion picture films and telev…
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Caroline Herring - The Way That You Are, Wellspring Billy Cowsill - The Race Is On, Live From The Crystal Ballroom Levon Helm - The Weight, Ramble At The Ryman Emily Herring - Don't Waste Time, Your Mistake Sean Burns - Before She Made Me Crawl, Lost Country Bill & Bonnie Hearne – Georgetown, Diamonds In The Rough Grievous Angels - Fort St. John, T…
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Baylen Leonard sits down with an artist who, since breaking through in 2020, has shared the stage with the likes of Willie Nelson, Reba McEntire, Carrie Underwood and Maren Morris. Brittney Spencer talks about her debut album 'My Stupid Life,' reflects on building her career after a viral moment and shares the experience of supporting The Chicks an…
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Bryan White is a CMA, ACM, and Grammy award-winning country music artist, producer, and songwriter. Throughout his prolific recording career, he's charted 21 singles, of which 6 were number 1. His hits include "So Much for Pretending," "Sittin' On Go," "I'm Not Supposed to Love You Anymore,” "Rebecca Lynn," "Someone Else's Star" and "From This Mome…
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Join me today as I take you to Dollywood's DreamMore Resort in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, to interview country music legend T.G. Sheppard! We will be talking about his upcoming new project with his wife, Kelly Lang, his favorite restaurants, and his friendship with Elvis and Priscilla Presley. This is such a great episode! Find out about more T.G. up…
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The #1 way you can support our podcast is by visiting our Patreon page! We’re also excited to say that we are now an affiliate for Sweetwater. So, the next time you need any new strings, picks, microphones, recording gear, etc. make sure to use this link! Our featured guest this week is Shaker Hymns frontman, Nyles Robakiewicz. Their latest record,…
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Kevin Welch - Early Summer Rain, The Best Of Mountain Stage Volume 5 Gordie Tentrees - Far Away Friends, Mean Old world Emily Triggs - Cowboy Rustler, When Guinevere Went Under John Arthur Martinez - Can't Outdrink The Truth, Purgatory Road Jane Eamon - Missing You, Real McKay & Leigh – Obsolete, McKay & Leigh Roy Forbes - Lydia Anne, Edge Of Blue …
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Join me and Charlsey Etheridge as we discuss music, life, and songwriting. Charlsey shares her experiences working with Steve Wariner in Nashville and talks about her latest music project, Scars of Mine (available on all music platforms). https://www.charlseyetheridge.comwww.throwbackcountrymusic.comPlease hit the subscribe button on our YouTube ch…
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On this show, we revisit a year in music’s past. Moving forward, every month, we’ll be visiting the following year in music and pop culture history. This time around, we’re going back to 1950., and next month we’ll visit 1951, and so on, and so forth. So, what was happening in 1950? Featured: Hank Williams Crosley Automotives Leadbelly Ruth Brown A…
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Today, we have the pleasure of hosting Terry McBride, the 90s Country Star known for his hit trio, McBride and The Ride, and his numerous songwriting credits that have made him a country music legend! If you want to stay updated on our podcast, please hit the follow button on your preferred platform. Additionally, if you would like to watch our sho…
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Melton finally gets to take on the King, by way of his 1997 hit "Carrying Your Love with Me". Everything works in this perfect little country song, but how does it all work together, and what is it about George Strait's simple delivery that connects so well not only with the song but also with us?
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Mary Battiata & Little Pink - Things You Say And Don’t Say, The Heart, Regardless The Cruzeros - Can't Find A Way, El Niño Buddy Miller - A Showman's Life, Midnight And Lonesome The Louvin Brothers - In The Pines, Tragic Songs Of Life Shanneyganock - If I Left You Alone With My Heart, Sonny Don't Go Away Lyle Lovett & His Large Band - South Texas G…
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Visit stonecoldcountry.net The first podcast to feature songs at the intersection of Hip Hop, R&B and Country. Six brand spanking new modern country tunes to add to your playlists, radio stations, downloads, and share across social media. Featured in this episode: Jimmy Butler The Grammys Drake & Morgan Wallen Atlus Hueston El Ray Spencer Kane Mike…
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Baylen catches up with one of country music's most exciting rising stars... Corey Kent stops by to talk about supporting Ashley McBryde on her UK tour. He also shares the inspiration for his song 'Something's Gonna Kill Me,' tells Baylen about his new acoustic project '23' and discusses his plans to hire a van and see the sights of the UK while he'…
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