Brett Kissel & Tenille Townes Dominate CCMA Awards!
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9.29.20
By: @KurtBardella from Arlington, VA
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  • Bon Jovi and Jennifer Nettles perform together on GMA (10.2)
  • Shania Twain will be a guest on Live with Kelly & Ryan (10.5)
  • Tim McGraw performs “I Called Mama” on Live with Kelly & Ryan (10.11)
  • 2020 CMT Music Awards” to air on CMT, with a six-network simulcast across MTV, MTV2, Logo, Paramount Network, Pop and TV Land (10.21 at 8/7c)
  • The 54th Annual CMA Awards will air live on ABC (11.11 at 8/7c)
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Part 1 of Granger Smith’s two-part studio album, Country Things, Vol. 1 is out everywhere right now. This eight-song volume gives a glimpse of Granger and his family’s current country state-of-mind, including a guest appearance from his good pal Earl Dibbles Jr. This new batch of music from the born-and-bred Texan initially started back in early 2019. Granger was writing and creating and prepping for his 10th studio album when the unexpected passing of his son River struck and all of those plans abruptly came to a halt. In the months that followed, mourning River changed the way Smith heard the music, and songs like “That’s Why I Love Dirt Roads” had taken on new meaning. Granger decided to let his music do the healing. Not just for himself, but for anyone who needs to hear songs that let them know they’re not alone on whatever road they’re taking. 
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  • Lindsay Ell, Tenille Townes, Meg Patrick & Carolyn Dawn: “Lost Together” (from the 2020 CCMAs)
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The Canadian Country Music Association held their award show on Sunday night via Global TV and the night was ruled by the “King of the North” Brett Kissel, who took home 3 trophies for Fans Choice, Male Artist & Album of the Year. Tenille Townes continued her awards show run taking home 3 trophies for Female Artist, Video & Songwriter of the Year. Also taking home an award was another young lady named Tenille, the Rising Star Award winner Tenille Arts. Lindsay Ell won for Interactive Artist of the Year. The Washboard Union for Group/Duo of the Year. James Barker Band for Single of the Year and Dallas Smith for Entertainer of the Year.

Watch the entire show here 
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Shenandoah will release a star-studded album, Every Roadon 10.23 feat collaborations with Brad Paisley, Blake Shelton, Luke Bryan, Dierks Bentley, Lady A, Zac Brown Band, Ashley McBryde, Carly Pearce & Cody Johnson!
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Everette – consisting of Brent Rupard and Anthony Olympia – today announces part one of their two-part album produced by Luke LairdKings of the Dairy Queen Parking Lot – Side A, out this Friday. Everette – named after George Clooney’s philosophy-spouting, folk-singing character in O Brother, Where Art Thou – both co-wrote all 14 songs on Side A and Side B, teaming up with collaborators like Bryan Simpson, the Warren Brothers, Brent Cobb, Matt Jenkins, and Bobby Pinson along the way. Split into two parts, Kings of the Dairy Queen Parking Lot is based on that spot everyone went to with their friends where they gained their first taste of freedom. The first half of the album, Side A, makes an impact of its own. 
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  • Amanda Shires feat Jason Isbell: “The Problem” (lyric video)
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  • Scotty McCreery: “You Time” (now playing on country radio)
  • Elvie Shane: “My Boy” (now playing on country radio)
  • Michael Ray: “Whiskey and Rain” (now playing on country radio)
  • Liv Charette: “Bulletproof” (debut single available today)
  • Essex County: “Love At First” (now playing on country radio)
  • Keith Urban feat P!NK: “One Too Many” (now playing on country radio)
  • Carly Pearce: “Next Girl” (now playing on country radio)
  • Ingrid Andress: “Lady Like” (hits country radio on 10.5)
  • Larry Fleet: “Where I Find God” (coming to country radio on 10.5)
  • Riley Green: “If It Wasn’t for Trucks” (playing on country radio on 10.12)
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All-vocal Country entertainers Home Free are gearing up for the “Warmest Winter” ever, as they light up the season with the release of their brand-new holiday album on November 6th that features an amazing collaboration with legendary group Alabama.

Track Listing

1. “Christmas Don’t Be Late”  (Ross Bagdasarian, Sr.)
2. “Christmas in L.A.”  (Jack Stratton)
3. “Warmest Winter”  (Austin BrownEmma BrookeSteven Martinez)
4. “Tennessee Christmas” feat. Rachel Wammack  (Amy GrantGary Chapman)
5. “What Christmas Means to Me”  (Allen StoryAnna Gordy GayeGeorge Gordy)
6. “Winter Song”  (Sara BareillesIngrid Michaelson)
7. “Christmas in Dixie” feat. Alabama  (Randy OwenJeff CookTeddy GentryMark Herndon)
8. “Snow Globe”  (Tim FoustKeelan Donovan)
9. “Run, Run Rudolph” feat. Striking Matches  (Johnny MarksMarvin Brodie)
10. “Christmas Ain’t For the Lonely”  (Tim FoustChris ChathamDarren Rust)
11. “Cold Hard Cash”  (Austin BrownAndrew TufanoAnnika Bennett)
12. “What We Need is Love”  (Tim FoustErnie Halter)
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