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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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Olivia Lane – “So Good It Hurts”

Olivia Lane is back again with a fun and flirty new video. The song is inspired by Olivia’s own relationship with her boyfriend. “I’ve known him since I was 15. We went to high school together. I was obsessed with him, but we never dated. We were just super close. Two years ago, he was like, ‘You’re my best friend, I love you, and I want to be with you.’ I’d been so entrenched in all of this vulnerability, I wanted to write a big and fun song describing him with his snapbacks and pearl snaps. It’s a strong woman saying she’s all about her man! It’s almost objectifying him in a playful sense,” she grins. The new single is from her new EP The One which is set to be released this August. In addition to the new EP, she is currently appearing on NBC’s new songwriting competition series Songland.

 

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Jontavious Willis – “The World Is In A Tangle”

Jontavious Willis grew up in Greensville, Georgia singing Gospel music at the Mount Pilgrim Baptist Church with his grandfather. He got his big break in 2015 when he was discovered by the legendary Taj Mahal who described him as “wonderboy” and “Wunderkind.” The GRAMMY award winning artist invited Willis to perform on stage with him which led to an opening slot at select shows for the TajMo tour headlined by Taj Mahal and Keb’ Mo. Many regard Jontavious as an “old soul” and his style of music touches on the very roots of country blues. His new single and music video “The World Is In a Tangle” shows us a day in the life of a man and his best friend experiencing moments together that connect them and cause them to dream of the future. The laid back video celebrates life’s simple pleasures despite “getting the blues when you turn on the TV.” and features Willis and his bandmates sitting around playing the blues together along with a surprise appearance from Keb Mo.

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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.