Category: Big Machine Records

CARLY PEARCE TO SING NATIONAL ANTHEM AT BRANTLEY GILBERT BIG MACHINE BRICKYARD 400

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Rising Country Star to Honor America Live on NBC During Pre-Race Ceremonies

INDIANAPOLIS, IN (July 14, 2017) – Breakthrough singer-songwriter CARLY PEARCE will perform the national anthem live on NBC before the start of the Brantley Gilbert Big Machine Brickyard 400 on Sunday, July 23 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Coverage begins at 2:30P ET.

Fueled with passionate vocals and effortless drive, Kentucky native Pearce is on the rise as her Big Machine Records’ debut single “Every Little Thing” ascends at Country radio. The feat solidifies her as the only solo female currently ranking into the Top 20 for airplay. Upon release, Pearce was named a “Highway Find” with the ballad charting at No. 1 on SiriusXM’s “The Highway” for three weeks as listeners gravitated toward her raw and emotional tone. Since, she has been touted as an Artist to Watch by Rolling Stone Country, The …

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MIDLAND STAMPEDES INTO TOP 10 AT COUNTRY RADIO

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Critically-Acclaimed Texas Trio Set Debut Album for September 22

NASHVILLE, TN (July 11, 2017) — MIDLAND officially enters Top 10 territory this week at Country radio with their debut single “Drinkin’ Problem.” Mirroring the Dripping Springs, TX trio’s airplay chart position, sales lasso the Top 10 for digital Country singles.

Midland’s throwback sound, which Rolling Stone Country called “Solid. Country. Gold.” earlier this year, has been bottled up in a 13-track album arriving on September 22. Produced by Dann Huff, Shane McAnally and Josh Osborne, the trio’s full length project features an intoxicating collection of tunes that are reminiscent of the band’s influences ranging from Gary Stewart, The Eagles and Dwight Yoakam.

Recognized by Hits magazine for “their lush harmonies, masterful guitar work and classic song sense,” and named by Entertainment Weekly as one of “10 New Artists Who Will Rule 2017,” Midland will be featured …

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FULFILLING THEIR LEGACY … THE CADILLAC THREE RELEASE TITLE TRACK TODAY

Pictured (L-R): Neil Mason, Jaren Johnston and Kelby Ray

Photo Credit: Joseph Llanes

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New Album Drops August 25   Watch Behind-The-Scenes and Across-The-Years Footage: http://bit.ly/2tasX1V

 

NASHVILLE, TN (July 7, 2017) – From adolescent basement sessions to walking down the aisle, Music City born-and-bred trio THE CADILLAC THREE were destined to leave a mark. The title track from their forthcoming album offers a rare sonic twist for the notoriously full-amped musicians and is out today in advance of LEGACY, out August 25 on Big Machine Records. American Songwriter premiered the title track, noting that the musical co-conspirators “exploring deeper themes and experimenting with new sounds.” Watch the reflective behind-the-scenes footage from the studio to generations of family here: http://bit.ly/2tasX1V.

A natural progression for the band who has been creating music together since high school, “Legacy” offers a deep understanding of what is truly important …

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ALEX WILLIAMS’ DEBUT LP BETTER THAN MYSELF DUE AUGUST 11 ON BIG MACHINE RECORDS

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“with his low-slung baritone, Waylon Jennings tattoo and songs about ‘illegal substances’ … it’s just country, plain and simple”– Rolling Stone 

Watch “Old Tattoo” Music Video Here: http://smarturl.it/OldTattooBMTV

NASHVILLE, TN (June 22, 2017) – Stout, twangy guitar tones, honky-tonk pianos, and swirling pedal steel lay the framework for ALEX WILLIAMS’ debut album BETTER THAN MYSELF, out August 11 on Big Machine Records. The 12-track blend of vintage Country and southern Rock reflects the Pendleton, Indiana native’s lived-in baritone that breathes genuine life and depth into his based-on-a-true-story brand of songwriting.

Big Machine Label Group’s Julian Raymond — a three-time GRAMMY®-winning songwriter and producer known for his work with Jennifer Nettles, Justin Moore, Glen Campbell and Hank Williams Jr. — assembled an all-star band encompassing some of Nashville’s finest musicians: drummer Victor Indrizzo (Willie Nelson, Emmylou Harris), keyboard player Matt Rollings (Lyle Lovett, Mark …

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AARON LEWIS RELEASES SONG “FOLDED FLAG” TODAY (6/14)

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Patriotic Entertainer’s New Tune Appropriately Drops on Flag Day

 

NASHVILLE, TN (June 14, 2017) – Staunch supporter of the United States Armed Forces, Platinum-selling entertainer Aaron Lewis released “Folded Flag” today across digital retailers. The new song is available here – http://smarturl.it/FoldedFlag. A patriot through-and-through, Lewis has spent much of his career honoring those who sacrifice their lives every day to protect our nation and the new music is just a small reminder of that mentality.

“In today’s world, the ultimate sacrifice that our servicemen and women give selflessly in protection of the American Dream is often overlooked,” stated Lewis. “The first time I heard this song, I watched three battle-hardened special forces soldiers cry after hearing it. I knew it hit home and I knew it deserved to be heard.”

Written by Marty Morgan, Luc Nyhus and Yasmine Van …

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MIDLAND WRAP SUCCESSFUL RUN WITH TIM MCGRAW AND FAITH HILL

Midland perform at Rogers Place in Edmonton, AB Canada

Photo Courtesy of Big Machine Records

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CMT Music Awards Group Video of the Year Nominees Plot Late Night Nashville Show for CMA Music Festival 

NASHVILLE, TN (June 5, 2017) – Pure Country troubadours MIDLAND earned strong reviews while opening for Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s SOUL2SOUL WORLD TOUR in Canada this past weekend. With a stripped down acoustic set that included their Top 15-and-rising Country radio single “Drinkin’ Problem,” the Texas trio caught the attention of both fans a music critics alike:

“Opening the evening was Texas trio Midland, with acoustic guitars and harmonies that would make the Everly Brothers blush.” – Calgary Herald

“Openers Midland were a throwback of sorts to ’70s country-rock, but without the rhythm section. Three guys, three guitars, nice harmonies, some sweetly trad musical impulses, and a song called Drinkin’ …

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