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Adrian Johnston – “Honky Tonk Wife”


Adrian Johnston is celebrating her recent marriage with a new single and video, “Honky Tonk Wife.” The Dallas, TX native first came on to the scene in 2014 with the release of her self-titled EP which would go on to became a Top 200 iTunes Country Album. She was nominated for “New Female Vocalist of the Year” for the Texas Music Awards in 2015 and has started the successful Girls Raised in Texas (GRITs) tour with other female artists at notable venues across the Lone Star state. “Honky Tonk Wife” is the latest in a string of Top 25 singles including “Adult Beverages” (#22), “Rather Have You” (#13),  You,” “Avalanche” (#21), and “Damn, I Want a Love Like That,” (#22.) The new song and video is dedicated to her husband Waine Close and their wedding was featured in in February issue of “Brides of North Texas” and the music video debuted at a live in-store appearance at Altered for the Alter in Dallas.

Sarah Patrick – “To Stay”

Growing up in Kentucky, Sarah Patrick discovered the music of artists like Loretta Lynn, Miranda Lambert, Reba McEntire, Trisha Yearwood, and Tammy Wynette as a young girl. These artists became the soundtrack of her life and she soon began writing music of her own. After she began performing publicly she was soon discovered by David Frizzell who would sign her to his label Nashville America Records to record her debut album. Her new single and video “To Stay” is a articulate ballad that touches on the sadness and heartbreak that comes when a relationship falls apart and the person you once loved is no longer someone you enjoy being with.

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Alexis Ebert – “Ride Or Die”

Alexis Ebert is a free-spirited wild child from Oregon who has been singing professionally since the age of six, sharing the stage with artists such as Tanya Tucker, Keith Urban, Miranda Lambert, Reba McEntire, Surgarland, and Trace Adkins before she was even a teenager. She officially “arrived” in Music City in 2003 and signed a record deal with Warner Bros in 2004. Her talents have caught the attention of several film producers, and her song “The Real Me” was featured in the Disney movie Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen starring Lindsay Lohan. She also landed a roll in Like A Country Song (starring Billy Ray Cyrus) and had two songs appear in the film as well. Now signed with Smashville Entertainment Records she is poised to release a series of new songs in 2019 beginning with her debut release “Ride Or Die” which premiered on CMT.com last friday. The new video showcases her big personality and mirrors her story of a young aspiring artist being signed to a record label. The video was shot at John Rich’s Redneck Riviera in Nashville, TN and actually includes a cameo of Rich as well!

Chelsea Bain – “Take It Like A Man”

Chelsea Bain is back with a new single and video “Take It Like A Man.” Growing up on an Arizona ranch, she was surrounded by her two loves: country music and horses. In addition to winning more than 10 world and national titles in the American Paint Horse Association, she also won recognition around Phoenix by singing at rodeos and actively performing at voice recitals and school theater productions. At 19, she moved to Nashville to pursue music full-time writing new music with songwriter Rachel Farley and performing at NASCAR races across the country. When it comes to her music, Chelsea has a clear goal: “I want my music to connect me with people and connect people with each other.” This theme is prevalent in her latest  release “Take It Like A Man” which explores the relationship dynamic between men and women. “The message of the song is that women and men both have the same emotions,” said Chelsea. “No one feels more or less than the other. We all search for a song that says something that’s never been said and I feel like this is one of those rare songs. This song has a lot of meaning for me and I think the meaning is universal.”

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Kree Harrison – “I Love the Lie”

Kree Harrison has been involved in the Nashville songwriting scene for many years, but first burst out into the national spotlight in 2013 when she finished as runner-up on the 12th season of American Idol. Her successful debut single and Idol finale song, “All Cried Out” reached #34 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart, and her 2016 album This Old Thing hit #28 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums Chart and #20 on the Heatseakers Album Chart. Kree has been praised by many of Nashville’s biggest names and has collaborated with the likes of Kacey Musgraves, Keith Urban, Wynonna Judd, and the Eli Young Band. Her new single,  “I Love the Lie” was named one of the “10 Best Country and Americana Songs to Hear Now” by Rolling Stone earlier this month. The new song, co-written by Chris Stapleton and his wife Morgane,  is the first release from her upcoming album with One Vision Music Group.  “It was written by Stapleton and his wife who I’ve been a fan of for a long time,” Kree said in an interview with Celeb Secrets Country. “Honestly it kind of came out of nowhere last minute. A good friend, Alison, pitched it to us and it was kind of a no brainier to me. I just love the song.“ The new video was shot at The Capitol Theatre in Lebanon, TN by co-directors Alex Berger and Slater Goodson. Kree will also be supporting the release of her new album with a nationwide tour this summer.

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Haley & Michaels – “Hail Mary”

Haley & Michaels are back again with a new inspirational and uplifting video for their latest release, “Hail Mary.” The duo continues to build on the success of past releases as they’ve been featured on numerous Spotify playlists, amassing over 30 million online streams, they’ve appeared twice on NBC’s Today and have also experienced great success on SiriusXM’s “The Highway,” which has helped them in selling more than 200,000 digital downloads. Their video, “Hail Mary” is featured in the new Netflix film Walk. Ride. Rodeo which tells the true story of Amberley Snyder, a rodeo champion whose dreams are seemingly dashed when an automobile accident confines her to a wheelchair. “From the day we wrote it, ‘Hail Mary’ has always been a very special song to us,” explains Haley & Michaels’ Shannon Haley, “so to watch it take on a whole new context in a movie such as Walk. Ride. Rodeo. is really a dream come true for us both.”

AJ McLean – “Boy And A Man”

AJ McLean is back with another new video “Boy and A Man.” After the success of his last video, “Night Visions” AJ has teamed up with director Rene Elizondo once again for his new release. “Rene came back with a made-up video from YouTube that he edited with ‘Boy and a Man’ over scenes from Up, which is one of my all-time favorite Pixar movies,” McLean said in an inverview with Entertainment Tonight. “So, we stayed with the concept of the young version of myself and Rochelle, teenage versions, then me as myself marrying my wife.” The touching new song co-written by Rob Crosby and former The Voice contestant Dave Fenley was sent to McLean after he announced he was going to release a country album. “The first song [Finley] sent was ‘Boy and a Man’ and I was like, ‘Oh my God, this is amazing,'” McLean recalled. “It’s just a beautiful love song and out of everything I had recorded, this grabbed me the most as a true country record. It turned out unbelievable.” The gorgeous new video was shot at Disney’s Golden Oak Ranch and even includes a cameo appearance of McLean’s real life wife Rochelle McLean.

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Kalsey Kulyk – “More Time”

Kalsey Kulyk has been playing music her entire life. Starting out as a child performing in talent shows and competitions, she began touring across her native Canada at 13. She would later become acquainted with producer Richard Dashut (Fleetwood Mac) who invited her to come to Las Vegas and record. “We’d write songs, talk about performances,” Kalsey remarked on the experience,  “We even pulled a band together and did some shows on the Vegas strip. He literally trained my ears.” After working with Dashut in both Vegas and Nashville, TN Kulyk was invited to participate in both the Canadian Country Music Association’s Discovery Artist program, as well as ole’s “On the Spot” competition where she would end up winning both. Winning the ole competition would land Kulyk both publishing and record deals and she was soon back in Nashville working with some of Country music’s best songwriters such as 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 new single and video “More Time” is an incredibly personal song for her and is about something we can all relate to – the wish of just being able to spend one more day with someone you’ve lost.