Monday, July 18, 2016

TANYA TUCKER, OAK RIDGE BOYS, MARK WILLS AND MORE HEADLINE 'STARS BEHIND THE STARS' TO SUPPORT DALLAS POLICE ASSOCIATION’S ASSIST THE OFFICER FOUNDATION JULY 27 AT WORLD-FAMOUS BILLY BOB’S TEXAS

EDITORIAL NOTE:  THIS IS WHY I SUPPORT AND LOVE COUNTRY MUSIC,  ALWAYS GIVING BACK AND DOING WHAT'S RIGHT ... Jenn



Country music superstars didn’t hesitate to come together for #STARSBEHINDTHESTARS to support the families of slain Dallas police officers. In light of the tragedy, more than fifteen artists, including Tanya Tucker, The Oak Ridge Boys, Mark Wills, Collin Raye, Janie Fricke, T.G. Sheppard, Kelly Lang, The Bellamy Brothers, T.Graham Brown, Johnny Lee, Gene Watson, John Conlee. Ronnie McDowell, Mickey Gilley and Moe Bandy will travel from Nashville and beyond to perform during a benefit concert at the world-famous Billy Bob’s Texas Wednesday, July 27. Randy Travis will also make a special appearance during the event.

Tickets ($10 General Admission, $20 Reserve) are on sale now HERE.

#STARSBEHINDTHESTARS will donate 100% of all proceeds to Dallas Police Association’s Assist the Officer Foundation. The Assist the Officer Foundation provides immediate financial assistance to an officer’s family in the event of the death of an active officer. #backtheblue #ATODallas

Friday, July 15, 2016

TUNE IN ALERT REMINDER - CRAIG CAMPBELL TO MAKE HIS DEBUT ON NBC’S “TODAY” ON TUESDAY, JULY 19

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Where: NBC'S TODAY SHOW
When: Tuesday, July 19
What Time: 10am ET/CT


With hits including debut “Family Man,” cleverly written “Fish” and fan-favorite “Keep Them Kisses Comin’,” RED BOW Records’ artist Craig Campbell will perform his critically-acclaimed new single, “Outskirts of Heaven,” on NBC’s TODAY July 19.

Making its television debut, “Outskirts of Heaven” (written by Campbell with Dave Turnbull) has received rave reviews from the media commending the song for its return to traditional country. Rolling Stone Country describes the single as “a ballad with a sweeping, Nineties-style twang” while Nash Country Daily notes “‘Outskirts of Heaven’ represents real country at its finest and purest, with crying steel guitar and traditional storytelling at the core…If this isn’t a hit, then heaven help us.” And Taste of Country declares, “Songs like Craig Campbell’s ‘Outskirts of Heaven’ refocus a country genre that’s easily distracted.”

Following 2015’s “Tomorrow Tonight,” Campbell has been in the studio with producer Mickey Jack Cones working on his RED BOW Records’ debut album. Having shared the stage with Randy Houser, Alan Jackson, The Band Perry, Jerrod Niemann and Justin Moore, he is currently touring across the U.S. and will be playing major fairs and festivals throughout the summer.

CHRIS YOUNG REVEALS MUSIC VIDEO FOR “SOBER SATURDAY NIGHT”

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Chris Young, one of “country music’s most reliable hitmakers,” (USA Today) revealed today the music video for “Sober Saturday Night,” the follow up to Young’s eighth No. 1 single, “Think Of You,” and the third track to be released from the chart-topping ACM-nominated album, I’m Comin’ Over. “Sober Saturday Night,” featuring Country Music Hall of Fame® member Vince Gill, is written by Young with Brad Warren and Brett Warren.

“As we were going into the studio I knew I wanted someone to guest on ‘Sober Saturday Night’ for the guitar solo and harmonies,” shares Young. “Vince Gill was the perfect person for the song, and I was humbled when he agreed to be on it. I’ve always been a fan of his voice and his guitar playing and he killed it.”

The newly released music video is directed by David Poag and filmed in Culleoka and Columbia, Tennessee. It features Young relating the story of a couple’s tumultuous relationship. Watch the music video at smarturl.it/sobersaturdayvideo.

Young recently performed “Sober Saturday Night” on NBC’s “The Tonight Show Starting Jimmy Fallon” with Vince Gill and The Roots. This fall he’ll embark on the second leg of his headlining “I’m Comin’ Over Tour” with 25 shows from coast-to-coast.