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VIDEO: Phoenix Stone Releases Video for “100 Proof Moonshine”

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In support of his forthcoming album, We Got A Lot To Drink About, country artist Phoenix Stone released his music video for “100 Proof Moonshine.” The song is the first single off his new album, which will be released next year.

Stone teamed up with Ole Smoky Moonshine to help promote the single. “…A few months ago, I was in the Smoky Mountains, and stumbled upon this store that sold moonshine. I love having moonshine parties, and having friends over at the house, just having fun. Then, the song came along, so now we are in a partnership with them. We’re going to take some moonshine out on the road with us on a radio tour.”

EXCLUSIVE: Interview With Howie D

Howie D.

Howie D might be better known as a member of the Backstreet Boys, the top selling boyband in music history. He’ll be releasing his debut solo album “Back To Me” on November 15th. Howie took time out of his busy schedule to answer a few questions for us and tell us why he loves Canada, country music, what songs he think could cross-over, and why he’d love to have a crossover song on the country charts one day. Check it out below and see if your questions made the cut!

We Have The Winners For The 2011 CCMA Awards

Canadian Country Music Awards

It was a hot night in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada last night as they were the ones to host the 2011 Canadian Country Music Association Awards. The award show aired live from Copps Coliseum on CBC Television. The event marked the end of Canadian Country Music Week in the city, which took place between September 9th and September 12th. The CCMA week included street performances, autograph signings and activities for Canadian country music fans.

Johnny Reid was the big winner of the night, taking home three awards including “Fan’s Choice Award,” “CMT Video Of The Year,” and “Male Artist Of The Year.” Dean Brody won the second most and took home two for “Single Of The Year” for “Trail In Life,” and “Album Of The Year.” Terri Clark took home “Female Artist Of The Year,” and the trio Hey Romeo took home “Group Or Duo Of The Year.” Chad Bromlee, last year’s “New Artist Showcase” winner, took home the “Rising Star” award last night. For a full list of winners click the “read more” button.

The night was highlighted with performances from Ronnie Dunn, Doc Walker, Luke Bryan, Michelle Wright, Deric Ruttan, Ron James, Chantal Kreviazuk, and Backstreet Boy Howie Dorough.

Next year’s CCMAs will be hosted in Saskatoon, Sasketchewan on September 9th live from the Credit Union Centre. The 2012 Canadian Country Music Week will take place from September 6th through to the 9th.