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Luke Combs – Does to Me

There has never been a rise to success in country music quite like what Luke Combs has been riding since the release of his debut album This One's For You.  The album recently tied Shania Twain for the longest running number one album in country music and saw single after single reach number one on… Continue reading Luke Combs – Does to Me

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Ruston Kelly – Weeping Willow

If Ruston Kelly's life were made into a movie, it would be smack dab in the middle of the third act at this point.  Kelly, who grew up in South Carolina, got his start in Nashville as a songwriter.  His life was derailed by drugs culminating with an overdose in 2015.  Fortunately for Ruston he… Continue reading Ruston Kelly – Weeping Willow

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Dermot Kennedy – Rome

Irish singer-songwriter Dermot Kennedy has seen a rapid rise from Grafton Street busker to full blown superstar.  Over the last three years he has released multiple EPs, worked with hip-hop producers, and sold out a worldwide tour.  It has been a roller coaster ride for sure, and today he finally releases his eagerly awaited debut… Continue reading Dermot Kennedy – Rome

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Winnetka Bowling League – Kombucha

Los Angeles band Winnetka Bowling League arrive from the ashes of Matthew Koma's successful solo career.  Koma made a name for himself both with his own music, and as a contributor on a number of electronic artists' work.  Named after the local bowling league that Koma is a member of, Winnetka Bowling League has already… Continue reading Winnetka Bowling League – Kombucha

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Ian Noe – Barbara’s Song

When most people think of country music they tend to immediately think of either Tennessee or Texas.  And while the majority of country singers still call those places home, there has been a strong contingent coming out of the great state of Kentucky.  Whether it's Sturgill Simpson, Chris Stapleton, or Tyler Childers, there has been… Continue reading Ian Noe – Barbara’s Song