The Morning Hangover — Thursday, February 17th
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2.18.21
By: @KurtBardella from Arlington, VA
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  • The 56th Annual ACM Awards will broadcast live from The Opry, The Ryman & The Bluebird Cafe only on CBS (4.18)
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  • Kip Moore: “How High” (the music video)
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  • Ashley McBryde: “Sparrow” (from the Opry)
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  • Smithfield: “Sunday Best” (“Sunday Best” was penned by the duo’s Jennifer Fielder and Trey Smith with Trannie Anderson and Ian Christian, and produced by ACM Award-winner Derek Wells and Adam Wood. With cathartic lyrics about accepting a lover’s true self, the song nods to the societal expectations that SmithField experienced while growing up in rural Texas.)
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  • Black River Entertainment is proud to announce the signing of hit songwriter and artist Ray Fulcher to its artist roster! With more than 30 million streams as an artist in his own right and 3 billion streams as a songwriter, Fulcher has amassed a loyal fanbase. Fulcher honored his fans’ support on his musical journey thus far by sharing this special moment with them first. 
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Russell Dickerson celebrates a milestone achievement as his smash singleLove You Like I Used Togoes platinum;  moves into its 21st consecutive week inside the top 10 on Billboard’s Country Airplay Chart, tying Lonestar’s “Amazedprevious 21-week record back in 1999. Released in 2020 as the debut single off his sophomore album,Southern Symphony,” ”Love You Like I Used Toclaimed the no. 1 spot for two consecutive weeks atop the Mediabase and Billboard Country Airplay charts. Now, with over 194.3M global streams to date, the single continues to hold its occupancy in the Top 10. The release of “Love You Like I Used To” made Dickerson the first artist to release four consecutive career-starting singles (previously “Yours,” “Blue Tacoma,” and “Every Little Thing,”) to reach no. 1 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart since Luke Combs. He also joins Combs as the second solo artist and fourth act overall to have four or more singles reach no. 1 on the Country Airplay chart, since the chart’s inception in January 1990.
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