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Discussion: CMA Awards Moments

October 5, 2008 Guest Contributor 0

The CMA Awards are the ultimate pageant in country music. Each fall, the Country Music Association nominates a slate of country music’s most popular performers and assembles this A-level talent to provide country music fans

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Craig Morgan, Greatest Hits

October 5, 2008 Kevin John Coyne 22

Craig Morgan Greatest Hits After several years with Broken Bow, Craig Morgan has moved on to the Sony BMG family.   As he preps his first release for his new label, his former home takes

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Discussion: Country Tales

October 4, 2008 Guest Contributor 5

After enjoying Patrick Nichols’ great article on the 9513 about Ray Benson and Asleep at the Wheel and Willie Nelson, I recalled a cute story I read years ago…. Back in 2000, when the Dixie

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Hayes Carll, “She Left Me For Jesus”

October 4, 2008 Dan Milliken 6

Here’s my disclaimer: if you found the song “She Left Me for Jesus” uncomfortably irreverent, the video is almost certainly not for you. Objectively speaking, this thing is downright blasphemous; where the humor of the

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Randy Houser, “Anything Goes”

October 4, 2008 Dan Milliken 4

Clearly, it wasn’t enough for Randy Houser to produce one of the year’s finest debut singles; he also had to make one of its finest music videos. Excepting the bikini model who’s supposed to be

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Discussion: Recommend a Track

October 3, 2008 Kevin John Coyne 41

Earlier this evening, I was driving to work with the iPod on shuffle.   On came Rodney Crowell’s “This Too Will Pass”, from his album Fate’s Right Hand.   It was like hearing the song for the

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Miranda Lambert, “More Like Her”

October 3, 2008 Dan Milliken 6

“More Like Her” is perhaps the most intimate, clearly personal single of Miranda Lambert’s career thus far, so it’s no surprise to see the music video for the song follow suit. Taking a cue from

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Jack Ingram, “That’s a Man”

October 3, 2008 Guest Contributor 6

As a preview of his new album, Jack Ingram jumps back on the country radio wagon with “That’s a Man.” It’s a song with examples core values and admirable character that serve as a constant reminder

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IBMA Awards Winners

October 3, 2008 Guest Contributor 0

New act Dailey & Vincent dominated the International Bluegrass Music Awards on Thursday night, including a win for Album of the Year. The duo features Jamie Dailey, who previously served as a vocalist for Doyle

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Discussion: Songs For Hard Times

October 2, 2008 Kevin John Coyne 16

Chet Flippo is wondering when the songs about the current economic crisis will arrive: Is anyone writing soundtrack songs for an America running helplessly headlong toward ruin? I’m not going to attempt to go into

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