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Tiffany Woys – “Sparks”

Tiffany Woys grew up admiring powerhouse vocalists like Celine Dion, LeAnn Rimes, Faith Hills, Michael Jackson, and Carrie Underwood and by the time she was 20 she was already recording an independent album and hitting the road. She spent three years touring the West Coast honing her stage presence and performance before deciding to make the move to Nashville. Since then she has been named by Taste of Country as one of their Artists to Watch and released her self-titled 4 song EP this past February. She enlisted some of Nashville’s top songwriters for the EP including: Shane McAnally, Trevor Rosen, Sara Haze, MaL Bronleewe, Todd Clark, Jason Saenz, Justin Halpin, Bobby Campbell, and Matthew Joseph Rogers. The first release from the EP, “Priceless,” was selected for CMT’s Next Women of Country and New Music Nashville playlists on Spotify. Now, she has just released a fun summer music video for her latest single from the EP, “Sparks” which shares the excitement of new love.

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Pamela McNeill – “Dear Radio”

Growing up in Minnesota City, Minnesota, Pamela McNeill has been playing music ever since the age of three. The midwest artist has had a varied career beginning in her 20’s touring England with Rick Astley, and even appeared in his music video “Take Me To Your Heart.” She would then return to America, where she was introduced to legendary performer and composer Yanni. The two would begin collaborating with one another with Pamela writing lyrics to several songs on his albums Tribute and Ethnicity. She has now come full circle returning to her first love of country music and now splits her time between Nashville and Minnesota writing with Music City icons including Pam Tillis, Roxie Dean, and Buffy Lawson, and Wynonna Judd. Her 2011 album, Heartaches and Miracles caught the attention of Grammy Award winning songwriter Bobby E. Boyd and the two soon began a professional partnership with one another leading to Boyd helping produce her latest album which was released in March of this year. The first single from the album “Dear Radio” tells McNeill’s personal story of falling in love with the music she found as a child with her transistor radio, and how that relationship grew over the years.

Kalsey Kulyk – “Bad Liar”

You may remember Kalsey Kulyk from her previous video “More Time” which was released last March. The Canadian artist has been performing music her entire life and has worked with some of Country music’s best songwriters including Liz Rose (Taylor Swift’s “You Belong With Me,” Carrie Underwood’s “Cry Pretty”) and Phil Barton (Lee Brice’s “Woman Like You,” Eli Young Band’s “Skin and Bones.”) Her latest single, “Bad Liar,” was written with Lainey Wilson, one of CMT’s Next Women of Country. “We wrote it at her house just outside Nashville. She had a cool groove and threw out the idea of ’Good Liar,’” Kulyk said in an interview with CMT.com for the video’s premiere. “I didn’t really relate to being a good liar, so we changed good to bad. And then we let both of our sarcastic personalities lead the song.” The video is about “faking your way through a bad break up” and Kalsey is shown grieving over her fictitious ex-boyfriend as he is pictured with another woman. At the end of the video, the ex-boyfriend leaves the other girl to ask for Kalsey back – she swerves him and walks out.

 

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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.

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Bailey Hefley – “Dust On a Diamond”

Growing up in Little Rock, AR one of Bailey Hefley’s first memories was telling her mother that she wanted to be a country singer. Making this dream a reality would be a challenge as she suffered debilitating seizures as a small child. She didn’t let this get in her way and began performing at a very young age. A mentor/student partnership singer songwriter Bobby Pinson led to her focusing more on songwriting and she moved to Music City for good in 2012. She then began working with Jamie O’Neal who helped produce her new EP So.That.Girl.  Bailey describes the EP as a “roller coaster ride of love.” The six-song offering, all of which Bailey co-penned, is about finding love—and all the ups and downs that come with it.  The EP’s lead single “Dust on a Diamond” tackles a failed relationship that Bailey hopes can comfort other young women who have found themselves in similar circumstances.

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Stephanie Quayle – “If I Was A Cowboy”
 
Stephanie Quayle is back with her new video “If I Was a Cowboy.” Filmed on her ranch in Paradise Valley, MT the video depicts the lessons learned of cowboy strength as she embodies that spirit through facing the challenges of getting over a heartbreak. The beautifully shot video directed by Jeff Johnson focuses on Stephanie as she deals with a breakup alongside of flashbacks of her as a child learning to ride a horse. Instead of wallowing in sadness she gets back on her horse and rides off into the sunset confident and independent staying true to herself.  The single is the first release from her upcoming EP of the same title due to come out later this year. Stephanie is also a member of the CMT Next Women of Country program and her video debuted on the CMT Main Channel on July 1. She has also been featured as a Music Choice Primed Artist and has received editorial support and features from Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Pandora, VEVO and YouTube Music.

 

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