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100 Greatest Women, #83: Bonnie Guitar

April 11, 2008 Kevin John Coyne 2

100 Greatest Women #83 Bonnie Guitar Singer. Songwriter. Session Guitarist. Record Producer. Label Owner. The list of women who have many of these titles to their credit isn’t very long. That Bonnie Guitar was all

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Alan Jackson, “Good Time”

April 11, 2008 Leeann Ward 8

“Good Time” is the second single from Alan Jackson’s album of the same name. He significantly speeds things up with this rapid fire, up tempo song about having a good time after a long work

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James Otto, “Ain’t Gonna Stop”

April 6, 2008 Leeann Ward 6

Coming off the heels of James Otto’s excellent and groovy “Just Got Started Lovin’ You”, his latest single, “Ain’t Gonna Stop” is rather different. As soon as it begins, the Big & Rich influence is

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Neal McCoy, “Rednecktified”

April 6, 2008 Leeann Ward 2

The challenge of releasing a song that connects to one specific demographic is that it must possess something that is strong enough to redeem it so that people outside of the chosen demographic can embrace

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Rodney Atkins, “Invisibly Shaken”

April 6, 2008 Leeann Ward 13

With four songs from his If You’re Going Through Hell album already reaching the top spot on the country music charts, Rodney Atkins has been enjoying amazing success with his second album. So, his record

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100 Greatest Women, #85: Gretchen Wilson

April 6, 2008 Kevin John Coyne 24

100 Greatest Women #85 Gretchen Wilson Never underestimate the power of good timing. When Gretchen Wilson finally landed a recording contract after years of laboring in obscurity, country radio was more hostile to female artists

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