Today in Country Music presented by RCA Records Nashville's Pistol Annies — It's Election Day!!! Go inside McGraw's "Neon Church & DWTS Goes Country
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THE PISTOL ANNIES HAVE RETURNED WITH THEIR THIRD STUDIO ALBUM “INTERSTATE GOSPEL” FEATURING 14 NEW ORIGINAL SONGS INCLUDING THEIR NEW SINGLE “GOT MY NAME CHANGED BACK”
11/6/2018
By: @KurtBardella from Arlington, VA
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CHEERS

Today is Election Day! A celebration about the most fundamental thing that makes our country so special – the right to select those who represent us. Even in 2018, there are places in the world where people do not have such a right. They don’t get to participate in their governance. The most patriotic thing you can do as an American citizen is vote. If you don’t know where your local polling station is visit vote.org!

TOP SHELF

When an artist as iconic as Tim McGraw releases a music video – to me – it’s a legit music event. With “Neon Church” Tim (and director Shane Drake) does not disappoint.
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SOUND-CHECK

  • Kane Brown begins his national media tour for the launch of his sophomore album “Experiment” today performing on Live with Kelly & Ryan. Kane will also appear on Thursday’s edition of “Pickler and Ben,” the 11/13 episode of “The Voice” & the “Jimmy Kimmel LIVE” Outdoor Stage following the CMAs
  • Pistol Annies will appear on CBS’ The Talk today
  • LeAnn Rimes will be on Thursday’s episode of Live with Kelly & Ryan
  • Brad & Carrie will appear together on both GMA & GMA Day on Friday
  • Zac Brown Band performs on Friday’s edition of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
  • ABC will air its 10th annual pre-CMA Awards Special, “Country Music’s Biggest Stars: In the Spotlight with Robin Roberts,” on Sunday, Nov. 11 from at 9/8c
  • Jerrod Niemann will perform “Old Glory” on “Fox & Friends” on 11/12. Later that day, he’ll stop by Fox News’ “The Daily Briefing” to chat with Dana Perino about the song and his USO tours that influenced it
  • Brad Paisley & Carrie Underwood host the 52nd CMA Awards on November 14th at 8/7c on ABC
  • Kane Brown, Carly Pearce, Martina McBride, Sugarland & Tegan Marie will perform during Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade
  • Brett Eldredge performs “It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas” on the Disney Channel’s “Disney Parks Presents a 25 Days of Christmas Holiday Party” special airing on 11/23
  • Brett & Meghan Trainor perform “Baby It’s Cold Outside” as part of “The Wonderful World of Disney: Magical Holiday Celebration” special airing on ABC on 11/29
  • Kelsea Ballerini will perform at the Victoria Secret Fashion Show on December 2nd on ABC
  • Brett Eldredge performs “Do You Hear What I Hear” as part of the “Disney Parks Magical Christmas Day Parade” special airing Christmas morning on ABC
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WITH YOUR HAIR-OF-THE-DOG

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ON PISTOL ANNIES’JUKEBOX

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ON THE JUKEBOX

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HOUSE PLAYLIST

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ON THE KARAOKE MACHINE

Check out the new lyric video for Billy Currington’s new single “Bring It On Over” – let me just say this is the kind of song that is really easy to get stuck in your head!
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TAILGATE WATCH

AT THE BAR

The Budweiser Country Club’s CMA Awards Showcase will kick off CMAs Week on Sunday night at Exit/Inn featuring Lindsay Ell, Clare Dunn, Kassi Ashton & The Sisterhood Band! Fans have the opportunity to RSVP online at http://www.budweiser.com/CMAShowcase and enjoy songs from their favorite artists over an ice cold Bud and the new Reserve Copper Lager.
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BAR TALK

This Week in Country Music brought to you by Rumble Yard, is a new podcast bringing you the biggest stories and most interesting interviews from Nashville, plus the six songs you need to hear this week. In episode #7, we celebrate the Pistol Annies new studio album, Interstate Gospel, and share an interview with Luke Combs, whose fourth No. 1 single in less than two years is ruling country radio this week. Subscribe to make sure you never miss a week of the action!
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BAR BITES

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ON THE BAR WALL

CRUSHIN IT

Josh Turner’s I Serve A Savior earned debut placements across multiple charts, including No. 1 on Nielsen’s Country Albums Chart and No. 2 on both Billboard’s Top Country Albums Chart and Top Christian Albums Chart. The complementing live performance DVD also secured the No. 1 spot on Billboard’s Music Video Chart and Christian Music Video Chart.

BUZZIN

Devin Dawson is expanding his “Stray Off Course Tour” into 2019 & revealed that his next single will be “Dark Horse”
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NEAT

 Bobby Bones is set to join “American Idol” as the show’s in-house mentor.

WITH A TWIST

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ALL ACCESS

lindsaycz shared this exciting news on Instagram: I’ve always been interested in the intersection of sports and music so that’s part of the reason I’m sooo excited to share this new podcast with you. “Players” is candid conversations with country artists about their interest in sports but also very much about “making it” to the top of their game. I’m fascinated by what separates greatness and what makes people tick and I hope you find these guests as inspiring as I do! The podcast launches Tuesday so I hope you’ll subscribe! (Right after you vote) ❤️ my first guest is @coleswindell I promise his stories are priceless! #Players #sports#countrymusic
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BACKSTAGE PASS

Morris Higham Management has announced the addition of music industry veteran Robert Filhart to their team. With nearly 15 years of experience, Filhart brings a background in artist management as well as nearly a decade as Creative Director at ASCAP to his new role. In his role at Morris Higham, Robert will oversee management for new artist Carlton Anderson, whom he met during his tenure at ASCAP.

SHOT

The CMA Foundation, the Country Music Association’s national music education nonprofit, has announced its 2019 financial commitments in an ongoing effort to enrich music education programs across the country. Over the course of the next year, the CMA Foundation will invest $3.5 million in financial resources to support those working to create positive change in the lives of children through music.

PISTOL ANNIES’ LAST CALL

Re-live the Pistol Annies’ CMT AOTY performance of “Sugar Daddy”
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