MIRANDA LAMBERT CONTRIBUTES NEW TRACK “CHAMPION” TO SEASON FINALE OF CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED SCRIPTED PODCAST “MAKE IT UP AS WE GO” FROM AUDIO UP MEDIA; GET EPISODE HERE ORIGINAL PODCAST SOUNDTRACK OUT TODAY FEATURING NEW MUSIC FROM MIRANDA LAMBERT, LINDSAY ELL, SCARLETT BURKE AND TYLER RICH; LISTEN TO MUSIC HERE “MAKE IT UP AS WE GO” FROM AUDIO UP MEDIA SURPASSES HALF MILLION STREAMS DURING ITS EIGHT WEEK RUN
Following the success of her last single, The Perfect Place to Start, country’s fresh new face Erin Cosgrove is back with a new, upbeat and optimistic single, Time to Live. Not only does this song put you in a good mood, but it also touches on the power of being kind and letting go of all the hate, judgement and fear many people have these days. This song is currently available on all digital platforms including Spotify, Apple Music, and more. After all the events of 2020, Erin decided to switch gears and try something new. “I was in a serious state of depression and anxiety for 6 months, so I wrote something that would not only put me in a good mood, but let people hear some positive vibes in a world that seems so scary and negative,” says Erin. “I tried to focus on the things we as human beings still have control over, which is our choice to be happy and live every day like it’s our last.”
Tim McGraw has announced a new radio show, Beyond The Influence Radio, coming to Apple Music Country. Upcoming guests include Bruce Springsteen, Dolly Parton, Joe Walsh, Keith Urban, Lori McKenna, and more. Throughout his life and career, Tim McGraw has been influenced by those he’s known and others he’s only known from afar. On his new bi-weekly show, the country superstar aims to deepen the understanding of how people, music, or moments have influenced us on a human level. With each new episode, McGraw explores this idea through his own journey as well as with some of the most influential people in their craft. And while themes or guests will vary per episode, the celebration and gratitude shared in these personal moments is what connects them all together
Country music powerhouse and Curb Records recording artist, Lee Brice, is celebrating his win at this year’s CMA Awards for “Musical Event of the Year” for his single with Carly Pearce, “I Hope You’re Happy Now.” The song, produced by late songwriter and producer, Busbee, was a hit for the artists – quickly climbing to #1 at Country radio. “I can’t even begin to express the gratitude I have for this single moment. GOD IS SO GOOD!,” says Brice. “Quarantined, locked off from the world, my family, my babies, and yet I’ve been feeling more reflective and more grateful in the silence than I have in a really long time. Just when I truly believe I couldn’t ask for a single thing more, y’all hit me with this! Y’all, thank you! Thank you from the bottom of my heart. Carly – thank you for believing in me! Thank you, CMA! Thank you to my fans for being the best and I’m looking forward to this upcoming year with you all!” Pearce will be performing the single at this evening’s award show alongside Lady A’s Charles Kelley, who is stepping in for Brice while he quarantines at home following a positive COVID diagnosis. Check out to ABC online for all CMA Award winners and replay performances as we celebrate Country music’s biggest night. For additional information on Lee Brice, please visit: WebsiteInstagramFacebookTwitter
The Virtual Concert Event to Feature Special Performances from Tracy Lawrence, Tim McGraw, Chris Young, Cole Swindell, John Rich, Mitchell Tenpenny, David Tolliver and More Tracy Lawrence’s annual Mission:PossibleTurkeyFryand Benefit Concerthas become a mainstay of the holiday season. The Country music icon and philanthropist to-date has helped raise nearly $1 million dollars and prepared approximately 93,000 meals for families in need since the event’s inaugural kick-off in 2006.
Top Five Places To Live if You Want To Work In Music In this crazy world of self-quarantine and social distancing a lot of us have had the rare opportunity to sit back and really consider whether we are living our dreams or just working to live. If you are one of the many who took this time to really explore your musical talent and refine your instrumental skills, then you may have some big ideas about what you’re going to do when the restrictions life and you become free to move about the country.
Thank you for joining us again as we go over the logic and planning that has gone into our tiny cabin country music compound build! In our previous posts we’ve covered identifying our resources, and narrowing down our needs in order to make efficient and budget-conscious decisions about the way this project comes together, but before we get further down the construction path, we also need to take a realistic look at the dreams we have for this property’s future.