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Briana Renea – “Chasin’ Trouble”

Country Music up-and-comer Briana Renea has released a new music video for her debut single release “Chasin’ Trouble.” The 24 year old Oregon native embraces the charming richness of small town life in her home state in the video which was filmed throughout The Dalles, OR with a majority of the scenes shot within the National Neon Sign Museum. The song and video tells the story of a spunky girl who has a dangerous side. The video spotlights a tug of war between the red-headed troublemaker and her love interests not-all-impressed mother. Ultimately, he decides to break away from his mom to dance with the troublemaker. The video is filled with 50s wardrobe selections and accessories as well as a souped-up, candy red Camaro. The original tune was co-written with Steve Mitchell and Will Hopkins and was produced by Jason Wyatt of Watershed Studios, Nashville.

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Tracy Lawrence – “Frozen In Time”

If you’re looking for some Christmas music to use in your Holiday programming in the upcoming weeks, I hope you’ll consider the new video from Tracy Lawrence. “Frozen In Time” is the title track from Tracy’s new Christmas album which was released last month. The compilation is a mix of Christmas music standards, and original titles including “Frozen in Time.” The song is appropriately titled, with an old-time country swing vibe with vocal harmonies complimented by fiddle and pedal steel guitar.

Frozen In Time Track Listing:
1) Frozen In Time
2) Something In The Air
3) White Christmas
4) Winter Wonderland
5) The Christmas Song
6) Please Come Home For Christmas
7) Cold Beer
8) Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow
9) Here Comes Santa Claus
10) Frosty The Snowman
11) Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
12) All Wrapped Up in Christmas

Hope you enjoy and Merry Christmas!

Stephanie Quayle – “Ugly”

Stephanie Quayle has just released the music video for “Ugly,” an empowering new video takes the viewer on an emotional journey and shows a more vulnerable side to Quayle. The new release is also a part of her #FarFromUgly campaign which supports the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women which aims to end heart disease and stroke in women. The video premiere caps off what has been a very successful month for Quayle. Last Friday (11/12) she returned to the Grand Ole Opry stage to kick off the Opry’s annual winter season of shows at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville – her debut performance at the legendary venue.
She was also inducted into CMT’s “Next Women Of Country” Class of 2019 during the program’s annual event this month.

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AJ McLean – “Night Visions”

AJ McLean has just released the music video for his latest single, “Night Visions.” Originally rising to fame as a member of the Backstreet Boys, McLean embarked on a solo country music career earlier this year with the release of his debut single, “Back Porch Bottle Service.” The genre crossover is to be expected after the the success of the Backstreet Boys collaboration with Florida Georgia Line on their single, “God Your Mama, and Me” in 2016. The boy band also closed out the 2017 Academy of Country Music Awards and performed on an episode of CMT’s Crossroads. “Night Visions” is the latest single release from McLean’s upcoming full length solo country project. “Out of all genres, country is probably now one of my favorites,” he stated in an interview with ET at the ACM’s, “It’s all about telling a story [and] every song is so relatable to anyone, but my goal is a little different.”

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Keb Mo feat. Rosanne Cash – “Put A Woman In Charge”

Grammy winning artists Keb Mo and Rosanne Cash have teamed up on a new video titled “Put A Woman In Charge.” The timely release about female empowerment shares a much needed message of equality in today’s political climate and should resonate with women who feel as though their voices aren’t being heard. The theme of the song ties in closely with Roseanne Cash’s upcoming album “She Remembers Everything” which is a statement on today’s flawed and fragile world from a woman’s perspective. Cash recently won the Spirit of Americana Free Speech Award at the Americana Music Awards this year, and Keb mo is coming off a Grammy win for “Best Contemporary Blues Album” for his latest release Tajmo. “Put A Woman in Charge” is the new single from his upcoming 2019 full length release.

 

Rodney Atkins (feat. Fisk Jubliee Singers) – “Caught Up In The Country”

With six Number 1 Hits, 13 million units sold, and nine career Gold, Platinum, and Multi-Platinum RIAA certifications, Rodney Atkins hardly needs an introduction. Despite being on a hiatus from music for the past few years, he was the second-most played artist of the past decade (Country Aircheck.) He is now back and has just released the music video for his latest single, “Caught Up In the Country.” The timeless new song pushes musical boundaries with it’s thunderous beat and vocals from the iconic Fisk Jubilee Singers (who also recently performed the song live with Atkins at the Grand Ole Opry.) The single was released to radio earlier this year (Currently 44* on the Billboard Hot Country Songs / *39 on Country Aircheck) and has also accumulated over 35 million streams on Spotify. The video features sweeping shots of wide open landscapes from six different states across the US to show the nationwide reach of the “country.” In addition to releasing new music for the first time in years, Rodney Atkins is currently out on his These Are My People tour.

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The Black Lillies – “Midnight Stranger”

Knoxville based band The Black Lillies have just released the music video for “Midnight Stranger” the debut single for their upcoming album Stranger To Me. The melodic mid-tempo track is reminiscent of acts such as The Eagles with its vocal harmonies and southern rock guitar riffs. Although not originally intended to be on the upcoming album, Bowman Townsend states that, “Perhaps no song on the record exemplifies our new approach to songwriting better than ‘Midnight Stranger.’ It’s an acid-funk shakedown written by all four bandmembers, and manager/band co-founder Chyna Brackeen even gets a nod, with a crucial last minute lyric addition to the chorus.” The new track is released via Attack Monkey Productions/Thirty Tigers, and the video debuted last week on CMT.com. For more info about The Black Lillies be sure to check out their Bio which I’ve included in the Hightail link along with some Press Shots and the band’s one sheet.