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Olivia Lane – “Devil And You

Olivia Lane is back with a music video for, “Devil and You” the latest in a series of new single releases this year! Born and raised in Texas, Olivia Lane convinced her mother to move with her to Los Angeles where she studied voice, dancing, acting, and guitar. Soon after, she landed in Nashville where she released her debut EP in 2016. Olivia has been busy on the road opening for the likes of Gary Allan, Easton Corbin, Kip Moore, and Wynonna as well as headlining her own “She Fits” house show tour. She has been named 1 of “10 New Country Artists You Need to Know” by Rolling Stone and is one of 5 emerging country acts to be included in Macy’s iHeartRadio Rising Star national campaign. “Devil and You” debuted on CMT yesterday and is a departure from the upbeat high energy songs she has released in the past. “A lot of people know the happy and energetic parts of me but with ‘Devil and You’ I wanted to show my vulnerable side,” Lane said describing the new song. “I wanted a video that showed the struggle we all sometimes have between the angel and devil on our shoulders and my co-director James King helped me bring that to life.”

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Suzi Oravec – “Long Drive Home”

After losing her mother to cancer, Suzi Oravec made the decision to move to Nashville, TN to pursue her love of music full time. In her new video for “Long Drive Home,” Oravec takes us back to a bygone era with an emotional song about two lovers separated by vast distances. The single first debuted on Sirus XM’s Radio Disney Country Spotlight, and earlier this week the video premiered on CMT as part of their Artist Discovery program. Suzi Oravec has had several song placements on various hit TV shows including “American Idol” and “Dance Moms,” and she has also been endorsed by McPherson Guitars, Westone Music Products, Daniel Wellington, and Diff eyewear. She’s opened for some of country music’s biggest acts including Frankie Ballard and Chris Young and has garnered an impressive fanbase of over 70,000 supporters on social media. I really think you will enjoy this new video!

 

Olivia Lane – “Wrong Girl”

After convincing her mother to follow her to Los Angeles to study voice, dancing, acting, and guitar while still in high school, Olivia Lane soon realized that she needed to relocate Nashville to pursue music as a full time career. The highly motivated artist made great strides last year with the release of her self titled 2016 EP which included the single “Make My Own Sunshine.” She has also been performing out as much as possible opening for the likes of Gary Allan, Easton Corbin, Kip Moore, and Wynonna as well as headlining her own “She Fits” house tour.  Currently, she is touring across the US with upcoming dates in Las Vegas, NV, Knoxville, TN, and Louisville, KY. Her latest single, “Wrong Girl” co-written with Ilya Toshinskiy, JT Harding and Jordan Schmidt, is her first release in 2017, and instead of going the traditional EP release route this time around, Lane will be releasing a new individual tracks throughout the rest of the year. The high energy video was co-produced and directed by Lane along with James King (has also worked with  Jason Aldean, Florida Georgia Line, Kelsea Ballerini) and includes visual effects with chroma key and laser lighting technology to create a fun night club vibe. The video premiered on Billboard earlier this week and is now available to you!

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Jessica Mack – Drive

Jessica Mack is quickly making a name for herself in today’s Country music scene. After growing up in Little Rock, Arkansas she made the move to Nashville in 2013 to pursue her dream of becoming a professional singer. Although it hasn’t been the easiest ride, it’s been very exciting. Jessica has had the honor of opening for prestigious acts like Sheryl Crow and Kris Allen, and performed at CMA Fest as one of AT&T Uverse’s “Rising Stars” last year. She has also been featured as one of Country Deep’s, “Women in Country.” Her first single, “Drive” was released in 2016 along with her debut music video as well. When asked what she wants most of her career, Jessica replied, “I truly desire to stir up a joy and hope in people’s lives when they listen to my songs. I want them to hear something different in my music and see something different in me, and ultimately be inspired and feel love.”

Olivia Lane – Make My Own Sunshine

Big Spark Music Group’s Olivia Lane has recently released the music video for her latest single, “Make My Own Sunshine.” Produced by Tiny Terror Productions, the light-hearted video captures Olivia making the most out of “Murphy’s Law” type moments, whether it’s a fender bender, spilt coffee, or pouring rain. “If I had to sum up how I try to live my life every day, this video relays that energy,” she says, “‘Make My Own Sunshine’ is about deciding to turn your day around regardless of the circumstances!”

Olivia Lane has been selected as Entertainment Weekly’s “Breaking Big” artist, and she was also named one of “10 New Country Artists You Need To Know” by Rolling Stone Country.  She has been chosen for CMT’s, Listen Up Music Discovery Program, and has opened for superstars such as Wynonna Judd, Kip Moore, Randy Houser and others while touring all over the nation. 

Olivia Lane kwam al eerder langs op USCM.

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Olivia Lane – You Part 2

This is the new video from Olivia Lane called “You Part 2.” The video is fantastic and I think you’ll really enjoy it. The song is already getting exposure on Sirius XM’s The Highway country station and we’re expecting big things from the video as well. Olivia recently did an interview with CNN that will be premiering soon. The song itself has been climbing the radio charts quickly and is picking up new adds each week. The video is a fun, party themed concept about a girl that’s not giving her old flame a second chance. Olivia is an incredibly talented young girl and we’re excited to see what she does next.

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Mitchell Tenpenny feat. The SteelDrivers – Cane’s Creek

The second clip is the latest video from Mitchell Tenpenny called “Cane’s Creek.” Mitchell is an artist with a compelling story. Though he grew up with a grandmother that worked in the music industry (an executive at Sony/ATV), Mitchell’s first passion was sports. Discovering a love for music while playing football at MTSU, Mitchell has been pursuing a career in country music ever since. After the breakthrough success of his first single “Black Crow,” he’s returning with his second with a more traditional vibe. In “Cane’s Creek” Mitchell was fortunate enough to play with the Steel Drivers, who are coming off of a successful record release of their own. The song and video have a down home, classic country feel.

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Adam Doleac Band – I Put It On Ya

Adam Doleac is out with ‘I Put It On Ya’, the first single off his newest effort. Sirius XM The Highway debuted the music video and the single is currently being played on the On The Horizon playlist. ‘I Put It On Ya’ was written with his roommate Ben Bradford (“Tequila Makes The World Go Round)”.

A parallel can be drawn from the irresistible passion turned lifelong commitment described in the song to Adam’s return to playing music. He started out as a toddler banging on the drums and gradually became more serious as he watched his brother excel at piano, drums and guitar. Although he was talented, music always competed with Adams’s other love, sports. He played soccer, baseball, basketball, hockey; you name it and his drive and discipline led him to excel at all of them.

In high school, he turned his attention to baseball, honing his skills as a first basemen. Adam’s talent on the field landed him a baseball scholarship to play for Southern Miss. Several conference championship wins, four regional appearances, and an appearance in the College World Series are testaments to Adam’s passion and focus but after college his sights shifted back to music.

Adam put together a band and began playing around Hattiesburg, before eventually moving to Nashville where he began working with accomplished songwriters like Frank Myers, JT Harding, Anthony Smith, and Billy Montana. ‘I Put It On Ya’ is his first release out of Nashville and showcases his drive. “Music is something I am very passionate about,” Adam admits. “I don’t believe in living a life that is not full of excitement, and most importantly, a life without any real challenges or obstacles. I have always been a person who goes after what he wants, and music is what I want to do. I’m excited for the future and ready to do some amazing things!”

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Simon Andersson – Mia

Simon Andersson first began making waves in the US in 2012 when he became the first non-American to win “Best Country Song of the Year” at the HMM Awards in Hollywood. Born in Sweden, Simon grew up playing music at a young age. He switched from drums to piano before setting on guitar because he wanted to perform center stage. He brings a unique voice to American country music with his blend of country and rock. ‘Mia’ is his first American release and is accompanied by a music video. The song has Simon confessing his love for Mia and proclaiming that he doesn’t want to be alone. It was shot on a farm outside of Nashville and at The Stage on Broadway.

Olivia Lane – Steal Me Away
Born with a nomad spirit to a vivacious mom who sang country music and loved Linda Ronstadt, Olivia Lane came into this world eager and ready to leap onto the stage. The Houston native began singing and dancing at age 6, and from that point on, she was hooked. Singing in school choirs as she grew up, Olivia watched her mom, (a regional country artist,) perform, and knew that one day she wanted to follow that same path. She began taking guitar lessons at 14, and by her senior year she delved into songwriting with serious fervor, eager to emulate one of her main influences, The Eagles. “By my senior year I had really gotten into songwriting,” explains Olivia, “and part of that was being exposed to the music of the Eagles. And then in college, at USC, I decided to study songwriting and theater. I just needed to go and see a different side of life, and I wanted to surround myself with talent, so I enrolled in the music program there. And in California I met the man who I blame for all of my musical influences,” continues Olivia, laughing. “And I could not be in more debt to this man! Tony Ryan is his name, and he is a teacher of mine who had spent time in Nashville pursuing a country career when he was younger. Through him I discovered all sorts of great music – the Eagles, the Rolling Stones, Eddie Rabbitt, Johnny Cash – even a bunch of old blues stuff, which is where my heart is too. I love it all!”

During college Olivia also found plenty of fuel for her songs as well. The ups and downs, growing pains and challenges inspired her songwriting, and the relationships and heartbreak that accompany those transitional years provided her with plenty of good material for her tunes. By the time graduation rolled around, she knew what she had to do.“I had spent two summers interning in Nashville just to see what it was like,” says Olivia, “and I really learned a lot. So when I graduated this May, I packed up my car and drove straight cross-country to Nashville. I figured why not? I’m 21, young, and crazy, and it’s time to live life! So here I am!”

The vibrant, bubbly young blonde with the effervescent personality and free-spirit had little trouble making friends and jumping into the Nashville music scene, and soon she was writing songs with writers around town and honing her own unique sound. She signed with industry veteran Dennis Kurtz from Show-Gun Entertainment earlier this year, and is currently working on her debut EP, due out early next year. She’s even written a song or two for the project with her mom, who gives her some pointers from time to time from her own perspective. Inspired by artists like Patty Loveless and Sara Evans, to a vast landscape of other genres like the Eagles and the Katy Perry, Olivia’s songs, like her high energy tune “Steal Me Away,” are introspective little slices of her life and her big, open heart. They’re often fueled by her tremendous sense of fun and spontaneity, and are perfect examples of why she’s such a welcome fresh face and voice on country’s new landscape.

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