Singer aongwriter Rich Fagan joins our host Buffy Lawson and local songwriter Adam Blythe for a fun filled evening of singing
, story telling and great food.
Country Lou Watson Joins your host Steve Martin to discuss his newest cd and radio single.
Nashville @ Natashas Brings a flare of Nashvilles Bluebird Cafe to Lexington every month. Showcasing the Songwriter! Join Buffy Lawson on stage with the biggest names in songwriting featuring Deborah Allen. Buffy fills us in on all the excitement!
Lisa Discusses her hit single "Somebodys Baby" now at country radio. Also her visit with Marie Osmond on the hallmark channels hit show "Marie".
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Singer Songwriter Jane Bach Discusses Her successful songwriting career from Los Angeles to Nashville.
Country music label executive Mike Borchetta discusses the business of record labels.
Formerly of the duo Bomshel. Buffy releases her first solo single "Im Leaving You For Me". This singer, songwriter releases her first solo album soon. She also writes for www.topsinlex.com magazine.
Don discusses his upcoming DVD release and his long career in the music industry. This round robin discussion covers this and more. www.donmclean.com and www.lexingtonbroadcasting.com
Country music artist Paul David benton discusses his career with our host Steve Martin www.lexingtonbroadcasting.com www.pauldavidbenton.com
Australian country music sensation discusses his budding new career in the usa with his new hit single.
Country music trio Angel Mary and the Tennessee Werewolves
Curb records new signee www.timdugger.com discusses his new career with our host Steve Martin www.lexingtonbroadcasting.com www.timdugger.com
Pop music legend Tommy Roe discusses his current release "Devils Soul Pile" which is rising fast on the country radio charts. You know Tommy from his biggest hits "Dizzy" "Sheila" and much more. www.tommyroe.com discusses these and more with our host Steve Martin www.lexingtonbroadcasting.com
Hot new country star Kelly Parkes discusses her fast rising career and her recent radio hits. www.kellyparkes.com
This fun and exciting new country duo is blowing away country fans with there hot new single. "this is gonna get ugly". Check out their story with our host Steve Martin.www.wheelersisters.com
Rising country music star www.sandrapiller.com discusses her new music and her families involvement in The Star Trek Tv and and movies franchise and much more with our host Steve Martin www.lexingtonbroadcasting.com
Steve Martin talks to 15 year old singer, actress Claudia Lee who stars in Disneys Zeke and Luther, and The CWs Heart of Dixie. Lee discusses her new music career and her rolls in tv.
New Country artist describes his new music. www.pauldavidbenton.com
Bluegrass music is a unique art form that is as much about feel and instinct as it is technique. Blending proficiency and passion into a musically intoxicating package, The Roys make their debut with LONESOME WHISTLE ( Rural Rhythm Records) , a spirited set that showcases the siblings’ stellar vocals, taut musicianship and enviable songwriting skills.
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Bluegrass crowd-pleasers, Carolina Road recently released Back to My Roots, their highly anticipated second album with world renowned Rural Rhythm Records. This 12-song release finds Carolina Road returning to their homegrown style of music with traditional bluegrass instrumentation and heart-warming vocals made famous by the band. Their previous release, aptly titled Carolina Hurricane, achieved commercial and critical success, charting on WNCW Radio’s Top 50 Bluegrass Albums of 2010, Bluegrass Music Profiles TOP 30 SINGLES, and TOP 10 ALBUM Chart and reaching number #7 on Billboard’s 10 Bluegrass Albums.
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The new album by Michelle Turley, Dance With Me Tonight, is full of sassy, emotional, songs of losing love, loneliness, forgiveness, breakups, heartaches and finally finding love again! I call it life! These songs from Michelle Turley are true traditional country music. She has a great voice. On the album notes she thanks her brother CF, her children, her husband and her mother Helen. She must have strong family roots and is shows in her music and songs. Go out and get this album and listen to it over and over. I 'm sure it will remind you of something that has happened in your own life. Michelle put into words what we have all felt.
Thanks For The Music Michelle!
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Dynamic and charismatic, Craig Wayne Boyd’s sound is rooted in the southern tradition of country music and is topped with a rebellious flair. Growing up in the Dallas, Texas suburb of Mesquite, Boyd was born under the influence of gospel and country music.
He first developed as a multi-instrumentalist at a very young age, and was later his church choir director and a touring musician with various national acts. Like the Texas sun, music burned hot in his soul, and was the one constant in his life, even when life brought unexpected and unwelcomed changes for him.
Nashville, TN ‚ Multi-platinum selling artist and Grammy nominee Billy Gilman, will make his much anticipated return to music with the April 16th release of 'The Choice,' a charity single that will benefit Soles4Souls. In addition to Gilman, the song features 18 of country music's top artists, including Alan Jackson, Reba McEntire, Josh Turner, and Keith Urban (see entire list of artists above). Through the strong support of CMT and Regal Entertainment Group, the music video associated with the song will get great national exposure with its premiere on April 16th.
Gilman, who has sold more than six million albums worldwide and garnered awards and nods from The Academy of Country Music, the Country Music Association, Billboard Magazine, The American Music Awards, and The Grammy Awards, was in the process of writing material for his upcoming music project with two of his co-writers, Dan Murph and Philip Douglas, when the idea for 'The Choice' was born. The group watched a YouTube video in which Soles4Souls challenged people from all across the country to start their own shoe drives in their communities and do something to benefit those living in adverse poverty and in need of footwear. But instead of setting up a collection bin on a crowded street, they got the idea to do what they do best--write a song. They agreed that every penny generated from the song, including the songwriters' and publishers' shares, would go to Soles4Souls. Within one week, the trio penned 'The Choice' and pitched the idea to the charity organization.
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Lee Greenwood could easily talk about the accomplishments in his life, but this high energy entertainer prefers to continue writing and recording with the same passion and integrity that has always fueled his stellar career.
“I want my family to see what I do and not what I did,” he says of sharing his passion for music with his wife Kim and their two sons, Dalton and Parker. “I like the artistry of it. I could have been a carpenter or a farmer, but I love the spirit of the music. The creative ideas still flow and I am writing much more than I have in previous years. I always love to create something new.” Have a listen......
Todd Fritsch (Credit: Melissa Webb) Nashville, TN (March 19, 2012) -- Todd Fritsch is back in the saddle - and Country radio - after a roping accident on the family cattle ranch left him with a crippling leg injury three years ago. "It was a long road to recovery" says the engaging Texan. "But I had my second surgery this past December and I'm rehabbed and ready to go." "Calls I Haven't Made" is an outstanding song choice; Todd's rich voice resonates throughout this intriguing tale of redemption, and he's supported by top-drawer production and talented players. Fans can purchase the new single from iTunes.
"It's a little bit more of a 'Nashville sound' than anything I've done before," admits Fritsch, who enjoyed a string of hits with his previous Country singles (What's Wrong With Me, Small Town Radio, I Don't Live Here Anymore, I Got Mexico, and a duet with Texas legend, Gary P. Nunn, Every Honky Tonkin' Hero (Has His Day).
"Calls I Haven't Made" was produced by respected Nashville insider, Butch Baker. The track is from Todd's upcoming CD, UP HERE IN THE SADDLE, due later this Spring. "I think 'Calls' will give radio a good idea of what the new album has in store," says the amiable entertainer. "There are a few surprises and a little more polish on this project; fans are loving the new songs and they're going over well at my shows"
Todd appeared on radio and television, played honky tonks, festivals and fairs throughout the Southwest and in Europe, appeared in a movie (PALO PINTO GOLD, starring Trent Willmon and Kinky Friedman) and graced the pages of Country Weekly, Best In Texas, Open Range and Texas Music magazines. He juggles his music career with his responsibilities on the family cattle ranch in Willow Springs, Texas. www.toddfritsch.com and www.facebook.com/toddfritsch
RADIO: Download "Calls I Haven't Made" from AIRPLAY DIRECT or CDTex. For an MP3 or hard copy of Todd's new single, and liner requests, email email@example.com
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If great country music is still built on a foundation of real-life stories and soul-deep family tradition, Stephen Cochran was born to the breed. With a Music Row pedigree, a soldier’s sense of purpose and a lifetime’s worth of stories, this singer/songwriter exploded onto the country music scene in 2007 with a critically acclaimed, self-titled debut album that captured the hearts of fans, critics and a lot of everyday heroes.
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ust like a fine wine, the Oak Ridge Boys are one musical act that seems to get only better with time. Their latest album, It’s Only Natural, has benefited from a marketing agreement with Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, and the album’s current single, “Whatcha Gonna Do,” has become their most played new single in quite some time.
The legendary group made an appearance last week in Nashville at the Country Radio Seminar to promote the new music.
“A lot of good people have come to town to promote their radio stations,” says Oaks tenor singer Joe Bonsall. “I think CRS is a magical thing. It’s still exciting to come out and talk with people about our new single and new album. It’s been a while since we’ve heard radio guys come up and tell us about playing the new music.”
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Operation Blankets of Love (OBOL) is an award-winning non-profit 501(c)3 public charity. We collect, transport and distribute recycled and new pet-related items to comfort stray, sick, neglected and abused homeless animals in shelters, rescue groups, sanctuaries and foster groups. In addition, as an Emergency Response Team, we partner with those organizations to provide relief and comfort to animals that are displaced or endangered by catastrophe.
Operation Blankets of Love is a Partner Service Provider for The American Red Cross of Santa Monica.
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Marty McIntosh was born the son of a preacher man in Seymour Indiana, raised in a Christian home where both Mother and Father sang and played music, got his first guitar at the age of six and started writing his own songs. His love of Merle Haggard and later Keith Whitley introduced him to a new style of music and when he found Kenny Rodgers, John Mellancamp, David Frizzell, Elvis and the great Johnny Cash, young Marty knew what he wanted to do with his life, play, write and sing Country Music.
In the summer of 2002 he made the big move to Nashville TN to follow his music dreams, where he worked hard to fulfill his writing and singing skills. His determination never to give up and his trust in God has gotten him where he is today.
Marty has played with and opened shows for Ronnie McDowell, T.G.Sheppard, Razzy Bailey, Little Texas, Collin Raye and a host of other great artist and now its Marty’s turn, with the help of David Frizzell Marty is recording his first major session for Nashville America Records, the first single a great song called “The American Night” (written by Dennis Knutson and Roger Allan Wade) is being released to radio with a fun filled music video filmed on the beach in Gulf Shores Alabama complete with beautiful women and Harley Davidson motorcycles, a hard to beat combination …
"All I ever wanted to do was sing." Janie Fricke has gone from Indiana farm girl to internationally acclaimed recording artist throughout her career. She was born in South Whitley, Indiana, and raised on a 400-acre farm where her father taught her how to play guitar. From county fairs to corporate trade shows, live concerts, in recording studios, or before millions on television, Fricke's individual sound and performance personality has captivated audiences around the world.
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“Everybody wants to find that song
that hits the sweet spot,
that is pretty much them, but everybody else, too.
“I think I finally found that song!” – Neal McCoy
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RODNEY'S NEW ALBUM TAKE A BACK ROAD HITS THE STREETS
The brand new album from Rodney Atkins "Take A Back Road" is now available everywhere! Have a listen to this interview!!!
t’s only been a week since Steve Holy’s new album “Love Don’t Run” hit the stores. In addition to all the excitement surrounding the album, the single and music video have been gaining lots of attention. Have a listen to this interview!
Bucky Covington is a native of Rockingham, N.C., who grew up listening to country music and taught himself to play guitar after graduating from high school. He worked in his family's auto body shop during the week and started playing in clubs in the Carolinas on the weekends. He and his twin brother, Rocky, auditioned for American Idol, and Bucky was chosen as a finalist in the 2006 season. He placed eighth in the competition, and the exposure helped him connect with Sawyer Brown's management company. The band's lead singer, Mark Miller, produced Covington's studio sessions. Lyric Street Records will release his debut album in 2007.
Listen to Steve talk with Country Music Artist Jason Michael Carroll.
Hear Steve discuss the HOF ceremony Induction with the following artist: John Michael Montgomery, Jesse Keith Whitley, Lorrie Morgan, Eddie Montgomery, Steve Wariner,Crystal Gayle and Tom T. Hall.