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Cherie Oakley – “Work It”

Cherie Oakley began singing and performing as a child when she joined her family on an Evangelical Christian music tour. She would eventually find her way to Nashville, TN where she soon became one of the most highly sought after backup vocalists in the industry performing on the road and at multiple awards shows with artists such as Carrie Underwood, Kelly Clarkson, Gretchen Wilson, Martina McBride, and Amy Grant. In addition to her work as a background vocalist she is also a highly talented songwriter with Reba McEntire’s #1 Hit “Turn on the Radio” to her credit. She appeared on the debut season of The Voice and was selected to Christina Aguilera’s team. She continued touring and recording as a backup singer until 2017 when she signed a deal with Number One Group, Now working with Paul Worley and renowned producer Dan Huff, she has just released her debut single as an artist, “Work It.” The new upbeat and energetic song is about women taking charge and facing any challenge life may send their way. “I wanted to write a female empowerment song that was fun, up-tempo and celebratory of women,” Oakley said in an interview with CMT.com. “This is a release from an upcoming collection that’s part of a streaming dialogue.” The video directed by Patrick Tohill debuted on CMT last Friday.

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Tim Montana – “American Thread”


Tim Montana pays tribute to the American working class in his new video “American Thread.” Filmed in his hometown of Butte, Montana the clip features first responders, construction workers, cooks, welders and other blue collar folks that make up the “American Thread.” Extreme sports star and fellow Butte resident, Travis Pastrana also makes an appearance, and in an interview with Rolling Stone Country, Tim recollects, “Getting to shoot ‘American Thread’ in my hometown was an incredible experience. Showcasing the labor force in Butte, I feel captures the essence of America. From retired Navy SEALs, miners, mechanics and Travis Pastrana we had the best group of people in the world to work with.”  Tim Montana has toured with ZZ Top and Kid Rock, and is an avid supporter of the US Military. In 2016, partnered with Gibson guitars in 2016 to raise $117,000 for the Guardian of Heroes Foundation by auctioning off a custom-made Chris Kyle “American Sniper” themed guitar.

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Hasting & Co. – “American Love”


Country duo Hasting & Co have released the music video for their latest single, “American Love.” The video is a tribute to lead vocalist Kate Hasting’s parents who were in a tragic car accident last summer taking the life of her father Dan and leaving her mother Libbee in critical condition. In an interview with Sounds Like Nashville for the video’s premiere Hasting said, “This song was something we felt like we had to release. My father didn’t survive the accident and it’s arguably the hardest thing we’ve all ever lived through.” The nostalgic video features shots of her father farming and photos of Dan and Libbee throughout their life together. The duo’s last video “Behind The Bleachers” earned the director Nishan Gilmet (who also directed “American Love”) an Emmy nomination after the video was picked up by Great American Country (GAC) and the band stays busy on the road performing over 150 shows per year. Hasting & Co will also partner for the second year with the Firefighter Behavioral Health Alliance for a benefit performance with Pam Tillis October 18th. Last year’s performance featured Collin Raye and aligned with the release of Hasting & Co.’s EP Can’t Get Enough.

Hier vind je een track van Kate Hasting.

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Smith & Wesley – “A Little On The Redneck Side”

Smith & Wesley have released a new music video for “A Little On The Redneck Side,” the follow up to their Top 20 single, “Hook, Line, & Sinker.” The new song written by Johnathan East was included on their album For Better Or For Worse which was released by Dream Walkin’ Records. Shot at the Bourbon Street Blues & Boogie Bar in Nashville, TN the music video follows a young yuppie lawyer as he turns over to the “redneck side” after spending some time with good friends, a great band, and a beautiful woman. The video also contains some cameo appearances from John Schneider, Del Gray and Duane Propes (Little Texas), Danny Shirley (Confederate Railroad), Big Smo, Jeff Bates, Irlene Mandrell, Bernie Nelson, and Keith Harling.

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Kyle Park – “Rio”

Kyle Park has just released the music video for his latest single, “Rio” a song that captures the sense of adventure and freedom synonymous with the American cowboy. Co-written with CMT’s Next Women of Country member Erin Enderlin, “Rio” is Park’s fourth #1 single on the Texas Regional Radio Report from his latest album Don’t Forget Where You Come From. The video captures the bond between a horse and it’s new owner as they travel across the open country. Directed by Paul De La Cerda, the piece was shot on a private ranch in Corona, NM and features professional rodeo cowboy and four-time World National Finals Rodeo champion Tuf Cooper throughout the video. 
When speaking with CMT.com Kyle Park says about the production, “The ranch owners, the Muncie family, I met them through a friend of Tuf Cooper’s,” They come from a long line of professional cowboys, as well. The old man in the video is the old man who owned the ranch … It was a classic cowboy lifestyle — ‘We take care of our kind around here.’”

Hier vind je meer van Kyle Park.