We krijgen regelmatig tips van onze contactpersoon bij The AristoMedia Group in Nashville. Deze tips betreffen dan meestal beginnende country artiesten die nog niet zijn doorgebroken bij het grote publiek. We zullen proberen je zo veel mogelijk op de hoogte te houden van deze tips.

Met dank aan James Freeman.

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.”

Meer van Chelsea Bain.

I.v.m. de vakantie en personele mutaties is het een tijdje stil geweest rond onze vrienden van AristoMedia. Maar vanaf nu gaan we je weer regelmatig op de hoogte houden van nieuwe geluiden uit Nashville en we beginnen meteen goed met vier clips.

We krijgen regelmatig tips van onze contactpersoon bij The AristoMedia Group in Nashville. Deze tips betreffen dan meestal beginnende country artiesten die nog niet zijn doorgebroken bij het grote publiek. We zullen proberen je zo veel mogelijk op de hoogte te houden van deze tips.

Met dank aan Tom Campbell en James Freeman

Pete Scobell Band – Wild

We’ve got another new video for you this week: “Wild” by Pete Scobell. Scobell describes himself as a “jack of all trades,” and is a Navy SEAL combat veteran, competitive skier, mountain climber, athlete and musician. He made is first foray into the music business after meeting Wynona Judd and Cactus Moser through the film makers of “The Hornet’s Nest,” a 2014 Afghanistan war documentary. Wynonna and Cactus invited him to come record his song, “For the One’s I Stand Beside” for the movie, and Scobell would later collaborate with Wynonna on the duet “Hearts I Leave Behind” which went to No. 1 on the iTunes country music chart in February of this year. He is currently touring all over the country with performances booked up through November.

His music is is as tough as he is, but even members of the world’s most elite military teams have deep heartaches as demonstrated by “Wild” which manages to be both heartwarming and heart wrenching at the same time. The clip begins with Scobell throwing his guitar into a refurbished 65 Shelby Mustang GT350, and driving it down a back road reminiscing about good times spent with an old friend. We see shots of the two horsing around, but soon find out his friend has passed away and the Mustang belonged to him. At the end of the clip, Scobell drives out to his friend’s grave and leaves a shot on his tombstone while singing the final chorus.

The Cains – “Journey’s End”

The Cains are a country music trio comprised of Taylor, Madison, and Logan Cain two sisters and a brother from Hartselle, AL. Their self-titled EP was released last week (July 21) and features songs co-written by the three siblings, as well as Jaida Dreyer, Stephony Smith, Billy Lawson, Ed Hill, Becki Devries and Dave Thompson. The Cains also recently made their mark on the UK Country Music scene this past March at the Country to Country (C2C) festival in London. The group was so well received they were invited to return as the opening act for Sasha McVeigh’s “I Stand Alone” UK Tour this September  with several performances booked including: Glasgow, Oxford, Manchester, and London.

“Journey’s End” showcases the group’s vocal harmonies and impressive musicianship, and the camaraderie between the siblings will make anyone want to be a part of the Cain family. The video is filled with memories from the groups childhood including home vides, and seeing them grow up together is sure to put a smile on anyone’s face. The single has been receiving amazing support at radio and is currently running on Sirius XM’s The Highway’s “On the Horizon” as well.



Chelsea Bain – Power Of A Woman

We’ve got another new music video for you today for Chelsea Bain’s new single “Power of a Woman.” The touching clip showcases the many strengths women have and will appeal to men and women alike. The song was written by Lee Brice, John Ozier, and Kyle Jacobs and is the follow up to her last single, “James Dean.” The music video was directed by Layne Pavoggi and was shot in Culver City, CA and outside Los Angeles. It’s a bit more toned down compared to her video for “James Dean” which featured a car flipping and catching on fire.

Chelsea Bain has built quite the following (over 330,000 Facebook fans) from her music and constant touring across the country with performances at over 50 NASCAR races in the past two years. She has opened for superstars such as Tim McGraw, Jarred Niemann, Brett Eldredge, Justin Moore, Big & Rich and also performed at three official events leading up to Super Bowl XLIX including a performance outside of University of Phoenix Stadium prior to the big game.

We plaatsten al eerder clips van Chelsea Bain.

Boone – Summer Girls

“Summer Girls” is the new breakout single for rising star, Boone. Signed with Supergroup Records/Nine North Records the song is the first single from his upcoming album, American Young Hearts. The song’s catchy sound has a throwback feel to 90’s country, and Boone’s vocal style is reminiscent of Tim McGraw, Joe Diffie, and Daryle Singletary’s hit singles of the era. Shot on Percy Priest Lake near Nashville, TN the clip starts with Boone sneaking his father out of an old folks home for some good old fashioned fun out on the lake! Comedic hijinks ensue in this funny yet endearing party anthem. The video is already trending on Youtube, with over 7,000 plays since it’s debut just yesterday. You won’t want to miss out on this one!

Als bonus een “behind the scenes”:


Chelsea Bain is een 21-jarige nieuwkomer uit Arizona en zij is de dochter van  Clint Black die vroeger een geheime liefdesrelatie met jeugdvriendin Renee Bain had. In 2011 bracht ze een eerste EP met 5 nummers uit en dit is haar nieuwe single die meteen een grote radiohit is in de States. Deze ruige song heeft op één week tijd al meer dan 1 miljoen kijkers gehaald op Youtube.

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