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Luke Bryan

Superstar and Entertainer of the Year Luke Bryan is at the top of his game and yet, his new album, Crash My Party, proves he has no limits. Crash My Party is the follow-up to Luke’s most successful album to date,

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Eric Church

“I really see this album as a game-changer for us,” Eric Church says of The Outsiders, his fourth album and the follow-up to his platinum breakthrough Chief. “I want people to understand that we’re here and that we will be reckoned with.”

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Hank Williams, Jr.

So you think you know ol’ Bocephus? Well, get ready for the most outspoken, controversial, flat-out rowdy Hank Williams, Jr. album in years with Old School, New Rules. A clearly energized Hank tackles 11 new songs—10 of them self-penned— with

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Train

TRAIN is I, Pat Monahan (vocals), Jimmy Stafford (guitar) and Scott Underwood (drums). There are a bunch of others, past and present that have helped us do what we do on and off the road, but the three of us

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Dierks Bentley

In the Fall of 2010, Dierks Bentley played four shows in four nights in New York City that illustrate just how unique he is among contemporary country music artists. First, Dierks the multi-platinum arena headliner played his hits at the

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Brantley Gilbert

ACM New Male Artist, Brantley Gilbert has already earned a striking set of “notches” on his industry belt, including four #1 singles, impressive album sales of over 1 million and multiple award show nominations from the CMA, ACM, ACA &

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Sheryl Crow

“Feels Like Home may be the most focused album I’ve ever made,” Sheryl Crow says of her debut album for Warner Bros. Records, the label based in Music City where Crow choose to settle and raise her children years ago.

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Billy Currington

The title of Billy Currington’s new album, Enjoy Yourself, says it all. “That’s what I want people to think about doing when they hear my music,” the happy-go-lucky Georgia native says. “I want them to have a good time.” And a good

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Slightly Stoopid

With more than a decade of making music together, the members of Slightly Stoopid have perfected one of the rarest and most valuable skills a band can develop: the art of the stealth groove, that knack for quietly, almost innocently, sliding into

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Ziggy Marley

Ziggy Marley’s life story is filled with changes and transitions. In fact, change has been the one constant in his life. From his earliest days, raised in Trench Town, Jamaica, to the present, he has been guided by his keen

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