A Night with Terri Clark @ LRP’s Music City Mardi Gras (Interview & Photos)

Last week I was lucky enough to be invited to the LRP Foundation’s Music City Mardi Gras celebration. If you remember my previous post, LRP is a foundation that raises money for the treatment and support of patients with leukemia. … Continued

Motivating Monday Music: Lose your weekend hangover with these new tracks!

If you’ve been with me any amount of time you’ll know that I used to do a lot of MusicMonday posts, and while I’ve definitely missed those, I’ve been trying to figure out the best way to introduce music that … Continued

Giveaway: Win a Country Music Is Love Benefit Show Poster!

I had so much fun at the Country Music Is Love benefit show that I wanted to grab a little something to share with my readers. Whether or not you had the chance to be a part of the show, … Continued

Nashville Beat: Support the Lisa Ross Parker Foundation at Music City Mardi Gras on Friday!

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I think it’s safe to say that all of us have been affected by cancer in one form or another. Whether it was watching someone struggle with it or being the survivor, it’s an unfortunate part of life that we desperately … Continued

Discovery Time: High Valley’s “Make You Mine” Will Make You Wanna Dance

I get sent a lot of music these days, and that’s not me complaining, because I’m loving every second of weeding through things and discovering artists that make me want to sing their praises from the mountain tops. Candian born duo, … Continued

Nashville Nights: Country Music Is Love’s Benefit Show

On Monday night I was lucky enough to attend a Charity fundraiser here in Nashville thrown by one of my favorite blogs of all time, Country Music Is Love, at The Listening Room. The show featured a wide variety of country … Continued

Interview: Crimson Calamity Kick A$$ & Take Names On Debut Album “All In The Cards”

High spirited singer/songwriting duo Crimson Calamity encompass badass, no-nonsense attitude on their debut EP “All In The Cards” due out on March 31st, 2015. Lauren Harding and Mallory Trunnell have been performing music as solo artists for pretty much as long as they can … Continued

Artist Spotlight: Johnny Ashby Reflects On Childhood Innocence in “Back In 1993″ Video

I have a confession. I’ve been obsessed with the this song from the moment I heard it. So, I’m ridiculously excited to share it in an official capacity. Johnny Ashby’s “Back In 1993“ immediately caught my attention the first time … Continued

Album Review: Musicians Thomm Jutz & Craig Market Showcase True Songwriting on “Nowhere To hide”

Thomm Jutz and Craig Market are two songwriters that came together to create a beautiful collection of songs essentially inspired by their love of solid storytelling and creative guitar dueling. Their first collection of songs as a duo, Nowhere to … Continued

IQS Week 2: Sugar Cravings, Alcohol & More!

The biggest issue I have with quitting sugar is always what to do when I go out. Truth be told, there are plenty of places these days that offer options for people trying to eat healthy, at least, here in … Continued

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