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Gary Allan will be freeing fans with his new record due out early next year! He’ll be releasing “Set You Free” in early 2013. The album will feature his current single “Every Storm (Runs Out Of Rain)”. The album is the follow-up to 2010′s “Get Off On The Pain.” “Every Storm (Runs Out Of Rain)” is a co-write by Gary with Matt Warren and Hillary Lindsey.
On why he waited so long between albums, Gary admitted he was waiting for a change at MCA Nashville. He got his wish earlier this year when Mike Dungan took over the label. MCA Nashville is under the Universal Music Group label.
This post is aimed at (primarily) my fellow Floridians as they anticipate and prepare for Tropical Storm/Hurricane Isaac. All of you who have been through one of these dreaded storms know that when the electricity goes out, it can be days (sometimes weeks) before it is restored. We at Keepin’ It Country thought it would be fun to give you some last minute storm savvy tunes to load on to your iPods. Hey, if you can’t avoid Isaac, welcome him with open arms … and great weather-related music!
Country newcomers Florida Georgia Line are proud to join forces with the Boot Campaign in support of the troops. The duo, Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard, have pledged their commitment to the cause by putting on their own combat boots to literally “take a walk in a soldier’s shoes.”
For the band, this is a cause that hits close to home. “Anything that we can do to help our soldiers past, present and future and their families, we are thankful to be a part of. This cause really hits close to home; my uncle and cousin both served overseas and my grandfather was awarded two purple hearts during his active duty. We are proud to be a part of The Boot Campaign and thrilled to have them on the road with us for the Country Throwdown Tour. We hope to see all the country fans at the show put their boots on and join us in supporting our veterans as they return home,” says Kelley.
Florida Georgia Line is in good company, as other celebrity supporters of the Boot Campaign include Dolly Parton, The Rock, FX’s Cast of Sons Of Anarchy, Troy Aikman, Brantley Gilbert, Eli Young Band, George Jones and Gary Allan. Supporters of the cause purchase boots, with all proceeds going to military charities, to put on in order to “symbolically walk in the shoes of our military men and women to remember their service and sacrifice.”
Florida Georgia Line is currently speeding up the charts with their debut single “Cruise,” from their new EP It’z Just What We Do. For more information on Florida Georgia Line and tour dates, visit www.FloridaGeorgiaLine.com.
They may be a new name in country music, but the guys of Florida Georgia Line (FGL) are quickly cruising up the country radio charts with their first single “Cruise.” The country rock duo’s summertime anthem has already hit the Top 50 on the Music Row Country Breakout Chart, selling over 20,000 copies in just seven weeks.
“Cruise” is featured on their new Big Loud Mountain EP “It’z Just What We Do” produced by Joey Moi (Jake Owen, Nickelback). The EP debuted at number 35 on Billboard’s Country Albums Chart and the EP is available at all digital retailers.
“Cruise” was written by FGL’s Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley along with Joey Moi, Chase Rice and Jesse Rice and is quickly becoming a fan favorite during live shows. It has received rave reviews from critics and country radio. SiriusXM recently named the track a Highway Find and Music Row Magazine awarded the track the Discovery Award. The mag describes the song, saying, “After an a cappella intro, this takes off like a speedboat on a glassy lake. The track is rushing and wooshing, and the voices are sprightly. What more do you want? Get on board.” American Songwriter notes, “…it’s likely already attached itself into the heads of everyone who’s listened to it…”
This up and coming duo will be cruising across the U.S. all summer long with the 2012 Country Throwdown Tour with Gary Allan, Rodney Atkins, and Justin Moore.
For more information on Florida Georgia Line and tour dates, visit www.FloridaGeorgiaLine.com.
Jason Charles Miller is definitely not your ordinary urban cowboy. Rather, he represents the dark, gritty side of country music – the type of country music that should receive more acknowledgement than it does.
Regardless, this Virginia native knows his way around the entertainment industry. Although he might be most known for heading the rock band Godhead, Jason has travelled many paths throughout his life. His impressive resume includes writing, producing, voiceover recording and acting. If that wasn’t enough, Jason is busy overseeing his own recording studio, Central Command Studios.
We caught up with Jason today to talk about the release of his new single “Up To Me,” his recent signing with Render Records, how he feels about the music industry and what he has to offer.
We can promise you that this man has a mind and heart evident in both his thoughts and music that any country music fan could appreciate and love. Take a look for yourself:
Platinum-selling country artist Gary Allan has had a career that spans nearly two decades. He’s had multiple top ten hits, and has sold nearly seven million albums. Universal Music is celebrating his career by releasing an ICON series album this week. “Gary Allan – ICON” is a 11-song collection that celebrates some of Gary’s biggest hits and signature songs. It was released yesterday, March 6th, and includes his number one hits “Nothing On But The Radio,” “Tough Little Boys,” “Watching Airplanes,” “The One,” and, “Best I Ever Had.”
The ICON album series pays tribute to some of the biggest artists of all music genres. Each album features the artist’s greatest hits and fan favorites from some of the most influential artists of our generation. Gary has carved a niche for himself in country music, and so ICON is paying tribute to the American songwriter for his contribution to country.
See the full track listing below:
4 FINI Inc. announced today the star-studded line-up for its highly popular Country Throwdown Tour. The third-annual, outdoor amphitheater trek will feature an impressive lineup that will deliver energy-packed, exhilarating performances to eager country fans in 20 cities.
Joining headliner Gary Allan, recording artists Josh Thompson, Eric Paslay, and Sunny Sweeney round out the high-profile lineup for the nationwide country music tour that will kick off in Gulfport, Mississippi on May 18 and run through July 8. Special guests on many tour stops, Rodney Atkins (June 1-30) and Justin Moore (May 18-27) will join the roster of superstars and newcomers for the ultimate country music experience.
Gary Allan, country’s modern day outlaw, has won over legions of fans with his signature blend of rugged vocals, rebellious lyrics and raucous live performances. With more than seven million chart-topping albums sold and nearly a dozen Top 10 hits to his credit, Allan sets the tone for what promises to be a dynamic concert event in each and every tour city.
Happy birthday to country music singer Gary Allan! He turns 44 today. He has two House Of Blues shows left this year, a back-to-back show Friday and Saturday night at the Las Vegas House Of Blues. Both shows are 18 and over only and general admission. There are still tickets left for both dates on the official House Of Blues ticketing website.
CBS Radio Country KILT/HOUSTON released the lineup for their 12th annual “Ten Man Jam”.
Performers include Darius Rucker, Alan Jackson, Clay Walker, Martina McBride, Sara Evans, Eric Church, Gary Allan, Thompson Square, Jack Ingram, The Jane Dear Girls, Kevin Fowler, Josh Abbot Band, and more.
The event will take place on Wednesday, December 7th at the Verizon Wireless Theatre in Houston. Tickets are not on sale and must be won through KILT.
Did you miss the first airing of GAC’s “Day Jobs” episode featuring Gary Allan, Eddie Montgomery and Josh Kelley? They’ll be repeating it tonight at 9 pm EST on GAC-tv.
Gary Allan returns to life as a general contractor on a job site, and left the day wanting to remodel a room in his house. He works with Chance as his boss from the Keystone Building Group.
Eddie Montgomery goes back in time to his work as a butcher. He used to work in his family butchery, and his work alongside the Taglios family brings back more memories than he thought it would.
Josh Kelley returns to his career as a golf instructor, even though it’s been 10 years since he worked at a golf course. He works at the Anaconda Hills and is put right to work washing golf carts, retrieving balls, and dealing with a pack of 10 year olds out to get him.
Catch other air times of the episode HERE.