You Gotta Listen to Jimmie Allen & Abby Anderson's "Shallow"
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2/22/2019
By: @KurtBardella from Arlington, VA

CHEERS

Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard and his wife Hayley are preparing to welcome a second child, and Ellen helped them find out whether they’re having a boy or another girl during an on-stage gender reveal!
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TOP SHELF

Love this amazing rendition of “Shallow” by Jimmie Allen & Abby Anderson
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SOUND-CHECK

  • Kacey Musgraves presents at this Sunday’s OSCARS
  • Luke Bryan joins his American Idol judges on the March 1st edition of Live with Kelly & Ryan
  • Thomas Rhett performs on the March 2nd episode of NBC’s Saturday Night Live!
  • To celebrate the release of her new album GIRL on March 8th, in addition to the day also being International Women’s Day, Maren Morris will take over the plaza at NBC’s TODAY for a special performance to celebrate the special day

WITH YOUR HAIR-OF-THE-DOG

FGL performs “Talk You Out Of It” on Ellen
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WITH YOUR BLOODY MARY

Watch Morgan Wallen perform “Whiskey Glasses” on the TODAY Show
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ON THE JUKEBOX

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HOUSE PLAYLIST

Check out this creative “Brandon Day remix” of Jordan Davis’ hit single “Take It From Me”
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ON THE KARAOKE MACHINE

Love this Opry feature “Radio Replay” where artists play the last song they heard on the radio – in this latest episode, Michael Ray plays “He Walked On Water”
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FRONT OF THE HOUSE

Go inside Eli Young Band’s SOLD OUT show at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, TX! “Love Ain’t” has become one of my personally favorite songs…hope this one goes the distance to #1
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BAR TALK

ON THE BAR WALL

Hall Communications WPCV Lakeland, FL held their 3rd Annual “Concert For The Kids” this week to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, raising more than $20,000. Pictured L-R: Abby Anderson, Joe Nichols, WPCV’s D.J. Thee Trucker, Riley Green, WPCV’s Julie K, Mo Pitney, Easton Corbin and WPCV’s Roger Todd

CRUSHIN IT

Save the Date: April 5th, Brooks & Dunn will release their collaborative project “Reboot” feat collaborations with some of today’s best country music artists like Jon Pardi!
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BUZZIN

Out today – a new song from Maren Morris called “The Bones”

NEAT

MIXED DRINKS

Check out Khalid “Saturday Nights” Remix feat Kane Brown
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WITH A TWIST

This is pretty cool (thanks to Scott Stem for flagging) rock band Judah & the Lion has a new song called “Pictures” that features Kacey Musgraves!
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ALL ACCESS

The Country Radio Broadcasters, Inc. have announced long-time music industry veteran and outgoing Country Radio Broadcasters Executive Director, Bill Mayneas the recipient of the 2019 CRB President’s Award. The award will be presented during the Country Radio Hall of Fame Dinner and Awards ceremony, to be held at the Vanderbilt Marriott in Nashville on Wednesday, June 19th

BACKSTAGE PASS

Dan + Shay pictured with Warner Music Nashville and Sandbox Entertainment celebrating the platinum success of “Tequila” and “Speechless”

AFTER PARTY

Emerging country music artist Jillian Cardarelli played in NYC at the Rockwood the other night and got to spend some quality time with one of my favorite people’s Fox News’ Dana Perino

SHOT

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LAST CALL

Country Music Hall of Fame member Fred Foster, founder of Monument Records and publishing company Combine Music, passed away on Feb. 20, 2019. He was 87. As founder of Monument Records and publishing company Combine Music, Fred Foster played a pivotal role in the careers of Roy Orbison, Dolly Parton, and Kris Kristofferson, among many other singular talents. Most of Orbison’s classic hits of the early 1960s were produced by Foster and released on Monument. At the outset of her career, Parton signed with both Monument and Combine. And Kristofferson wrote some of his best-known songs for Combine and recorded them for Monument, including “Me and Bobby McGee,” on which Foster shares writer’s credit. Other Combine hits include Orbison’s “Dream Baby (How Long Must I Dream”), written by Cindy Walker; “Dueling Banjos,” popularized in the film Deliverance (1972); “Polk Salad Annie,” a Top Ten 1968 pop hit written and recorded by Tony Joe White; and “Rainy Night in Georgia,” a #4 pop hit for soul singer Brook Benton in 1970.

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