We krijgen regelmatig tips van onze contactpersoon bij The AristoMedia Group in Nashville. Deze tips betreffen dan meestal beginnende country artiesten die nog niet zijn doorgebroken bij het grote publiek. We zullen proberen je zo veel mogelijk op de hoogte te houden van deze tips. Met dank aan James Freeman.

 

Radio Romance – “Like the Moon”

Named after an Eddie Rabbit album of the same name, Radio Romance cut their teeth performing at Legend’s Corner on Lower Broadway in Nashville, TN. Their dynamic live show earned them a National Champion title for the 2018 NASH Next Challenge, after winning the Nashville local event in 2017. They have opened for some of the genre’s top acts such as Luke Bryan, Cole Swindell, Lee Brice, Billy Currington, and Luke Combs. Their last single “Weekend” charted #49 on the Billboard Country Airplay charts, and the group has accumulated over 700,000 Spotify streams. Their new single “Like the Moon” produced by Blake Bollinger details the end of a relationship and the struggle of moving on afterwards. The music video premiered on CMT.com earlier today, and the group has been selected for CMT’s Artist Discovery Program. Directed by Quinton Cook the video was shot at an old abandoned warehouse in Nashville’s Wedgewood neighborhood and at a farm north of the city. In the video, the band is shown performing in a studio setting and at a campfire scene with VHS video flash backs woven into the story. It’s a great piece that captures both the sadness of a breakup and the motivation to move on after.

Deze week besteed ik aandacht aan wat, voor USCM, nieuw talent. De eerste is Sarah Shook & The Disarmers en hun single New Fails To Fail. Sarah werd geboren in Rochester, New York en heeft al verschillende begeleidingsbands gehad. Tot nu toe kwamen er één EP Seven (2013) en twee albums Sidelong (2015) en Years (2018) uit.

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We krijgen regelmatig tips van onze contactpersoon bij The AristoMedia Group in Nashville. Deze tips betreffen dan meestal beginnende country artiesten die nog niet zijn doorgebroken bij het grote publiek. We zullen proberen je zo veel mogelijk op de hoogte te houden van deze tips.

Met dank aan James Freeman.

The Shootouts – “California To Ohio”

The Shootouts combine high-energy honky tonk and traditional country music with Americana and Western Swing. Reminiscent of artists such as Roy Orbison, Marty Stuart, and Dwight Yoakam they offer a throwback to the sounds from country music’s golden years. They have shared the stage with Jim Lauderdale, Elvis Costello, Zac Brown Band, and The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. Their new single and video “California To Ohio” is based on the real life love story between frontman Ryan Humbert’s grandparents: In February of 1953, Corporal Ronald Dean Humbert hitchhiked across the country from Camp Pendleton, California to his home in Hartville, Ohio to see his wife Norma and their newborn baby daughter Denise while on a ten-day leave from the U.S. Marine Corps. The ended up sharing nearly 65 years of love and happiness before Ronald passed away in 2016. The new video dedicated to his memory is filled with images of old family photos, and is heartfelt, touching, and patriotic and is a nice step back to country music’s roots.