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Aaron Watson, a country singer who has experienced success to the tune of 200,000 album sales, half a million downloads, four charted albums, and several nationally charted Billboard singles, recently released a new album, Real Good Time. Real Good Time reached Number Nine on Billboard’s country chart and has since sustained its placement on said chart.
Aaron has released three singles thus far off his latest album, but his fourth and final single, “July In Cheyenne,” is the most poignant and personally meaningful. A nod to Lane Frost, one of the most prolific professional bull riders to ever compete, the song references Lane’s career and his tragic death at Cheyenne Frontier Days. Through the track, Aaron tells the remainder of Lane’s story that was not portrayed in the Hollywood blockbuster 8 Seconds. The song was so moving that it struck a friendship between Aaron and Lane’s mom, Elsie Frost, to whom Aaron wrote and dedicated the song.
In honor of rodeo season commencing, as well as the twenty-fifth anniversary of Lane Frost’s untimely death, we ask that you watch the video below for “July in Cheyenne” and check out Aaron Watson’s website for updates on his music and tour dates.
The first single off of Kelly Clarkson‘s Christmas album, Wrapped In Red, has proven to be quite a success in terms of holiday music. Kelly has now released a music video to accompany “Underneath the Tree,” which continues to bring the holiday cheer this season.
Wrapped in gold (and red, of course), Kelly performs the upbeat song about wanting just one thing under her tree this year — that someone special. Kelly’s band trades in their typically comfortable stage attire for a more formal and dapper look, complete with red instruments to capture the spirit of the song. The video also gives a backstage glimpse into Kelly’s preparations for the several performances and specials in which she has participated in celebration of this year’s holidays.
Check out Kelly’s latest music video below and get yourself ready for the upcoming holiday! And if you haven’t already picked up a copy of Wrapped In Red, you might want to ask for that to be underneath your tree!
It’s wedded bliss throughout the Kelly Clarkson fandom!
As we posted yesterday, the multi-genre superstar tied it up with Starstruck talent manager, Brandon Blackstock, this weekend. Yesterday, the new Mrs. Blackstock shared a few amazingly gorgeous pictures from the day leaving all of us on cloud nine with her. And today, she erupted twitter when she shared a beautiful wedding video. It’s the sweetest thing ever.
We’re all kind of obsessed with all things Clarkson-Blackstock right now, and we don’t mind one bit!
We couldn’t be happier for Kelly. Congratulations again, Mr. & Mrs. Blackstock! Thank-you for sharing with us!
Here is the video by her videographer, Weiss Eubanks. It is set to “Heavenly Day” by Patty Griffin. Perfect!
And in case you missed the pictures by Archetype Studio, Inc., check them out:
At the end of last year, we introduced you to Kennedy Noel, a teenage prodigy with her hands in several projects in order to help her musical career thrive. Well, over the last ten plus months, Kennedy has continued to put her incredible talent to work, keeping her eyes on the prize and ensuring she came out a winner.
We recently caught back up with Kennedy, who you may all remember as a teenager far wiser than her years, and with her feet in the country music capital and her heart in rock ‘n’ roll. We are so excited to announce that our young and ever-so-driven Keepin’ It Country friend, Kennedy, will be releasing a video for her original rock song, Never Stop, tomorrow, October 15th. Not only did this uber talented musician write the song (which is an anthem for not allowing others’ negative words to keep you from accomplishing your goals), but she also wrote the treatment and had all the creative ideas for the video. Kennedy’s talents are truly limitless, and we cannot wait to watch Never Stop when it becomes live!
Check out Kennedy’s original video tomorrow by clicking here … And don’t try to cheat! The video will not become public before then!
Congratulations to Kennedy! We are so proud of you!
When we interviewed Angel Mary & the Tennessee Werewolves earlier this year, they were emphatic about their love for all things Johnny Cash. The band, who was recently featured on Billboard.com, released their video for a rockin’ cover of Cash’s “Folsom Prison Blues,” which was directed by the Man-In-Black’s son, John Carter Cash. The song was also recorded at Cash Cabin and features a guitar solo from Rob Caggiano, formerly of the band Anthrax.
Watch the video here:
As you all know from a story we posted last week, Cassadee Pope is leaking tracks from her debut album, “Frame By Frame,” every two weeks. Now, Cassadee has released the titles of the eleven songs on her album, due out in stores on October 8th. The track list is as follows:
1. Good Times; 2. Champagne; 3. Wasting All These Tears; 4. I Wish I Could Break Your Heart; 5. Everybody Sings; 6. You Hear A Song; 7. This Car; 8. One Song Away; 9. Easier To Lie; 10. 11; 11. Proved You Wrong
With her first solo single, “That Girl,” hitting iTunes today, Jennifer Nettles paid a visit to ABC’s Good Morning America to perform the track. The song tells the story of Dolly Parton’s famous character, Jolene, from Jolene’s perspective. It’s the first single off her forthcoming solo album, to be released later this year.
Watch her performance here:
Earlier this year, we had the opportunity to interview country newcomer, Tiffany Houghton, and we’ve been anxiously awaiting new music ever since. On Tuesday, she released both her debut single, “High” to iTunes and her first official music video to VEVO.
The track was written and performed by Houghton, along with Nashville songwriters Lance Kotara and Matt Dragstem. It was produced by Ethan Mentzer of Atlantic Records’ pop group The Click Five. The video was shot on location in Miami and was directed and produced by Oscar and Martin Ubilluz of MU2 Productions . (Jake Miller, e one)
“This song was born from of a couple snaps of my fingers and an honest hook. I have never had so much fun writing, recording and performing a song before,” says Houghton. “I went into this video wanting to put a smile on people’s faces. I hope my fans have as much fun watching it as I had shooting it!”
“High” is available on iTunes: http://bit.ly/HighOniTunesTH .
Watch the video here: