Tuesday, June 30, 2015


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 HAPPY MAN, The Singer’s First New Project In Three Years, out July 14

Bucky Covington is back with a new single (available today) and his very first EP is set to release July 14th. Fans can pre-order the 6 song EP starting today and receive the new single "I Feel Ya" immediately. Bucky produced his new music alongside Grammy Nominated producer Dale Oliver and is very excited to finally be able to share it with his fans. Along with this being Covington’s first EP release as an independent artist, this also marks his first project release in 3 years. Happy Man, the new EP from Bucky Covington, will release digitally July 14th and is available for pre-order now HERE as “I Feel Ya” shipped to country radio this month via PlayMpe and CDX.

“This project means a lot to me as an independent artist,” Bucky says. “The good part is that there’s no one telling me what songs to pick, and the bad part is no one is there to tell me what songs to pick or paying for making the music, so all the risk is on me. That said, I hope everyone loves it as much as I do!” the singer adds with his signature lighthearted smile and a laugh.

Bucky Covington Happy Man EP track listing:

1. “I Feel Ya” (Eric Mallon, Ruben Estevez, Jason Afable)

2. “Girl You Get To Me” (Dale Oliver, Serg Salinas, Michael Harter)

3. “I’m Saying Something” (Matt Warren)

4. “Somewhere Looking Beautiful” (Bucky Covington, Dale Oliver, Dan Couch)

5. “Buzzin” (Brad Hull)

6. “Happy Man” (Shannon Lawson)


This Week's Media Tour Supports Best-Selling Children's Book, 'Proud To Be An American'

NEW YORK, NY (June 30, 2015) – Following the booming release of his fully-illustrated, patriotic and best-selling children's book, Proud To Be An American, "God Bless The U.S.A." hit-maker and GRAMMY-winning country star Lee Greenwood lights up Fourth of July week with a jam-packed media tour in support. Keep your eyes peeled and ears open this week to see and hear Greenwood on the following national shows (all times EDT):

Tuesday, June 30

The Dave Ramsey Show's "Back Seat Driver"
7 p.m. | The Alan Colmes Show on FOX News Radio

Wednesday, July 1

10 a.m. | Varney & Company on FOX Business
11 a.m. | National What's Cookin' Today Show on CRN Digital Talk Radio

Thursday, July 2

Inside Edition (check local listings)
OK!TV (check local listings)
3 p.m. | The Phil Valentine Show
8 a.m. | All-American Summer Concert Series on FOX & Friends
9 p.m. | The David Webb Show on SiriusXM's Patriot (125)
8 p.m. | Al Jazeera America News on Al Jazeera America

Friday, July 3

8 a.m. | All-American Summer Concert Series on FOX & Friends
9 p.m. | The David Webb Show on SiriusXM's Patriot (125)
8 p.m. | Al Jazeera America News on Al Jazeera America

Saturday, July 4

7 p.m. | The David Webb Show on SiriusXM's Patriot (125)

Additional appearances that will air in July and August include Profiles TV, NBC's Open House and many more. Greenwood will also commence a regional book signing tour on July 6, appearing at Barnes & Noble and Books-A-Million book stores in various markets throughout the southeast including: The Villages, Fla., Kissimmee, Fla., Mt. Juliet, Tenn., Nashville, Tenn., Huntsville, Ala., Knoxville, Tenn., Chattanooga, Tenn., and Birmingham, Ala. He will sign copies of Proud To Be An American, and meet-and-greet with fans.

For a full list of upcoming appearances, including tour dates, please visit LeeGreenwood.com.



(Nashville, Tennessee...) --- Cingle Records' flagship artist Rainey Qualley turned heads with her "Turn Me On Like The Radio" music video, and CMT is now set for a worldwide premiere of her latest visual offering, "Me And Johnny Cash," across multiple platforms beginning Wednesday, July 1, 2015. Rainey again enlisted Erica Dasher to direct the clip, which will be available on CMT Pure, CMT.com, CMT Artists app and on-demand.

"Erica and I have the same quirky sense of humor," said Rainey. "We all had way too much fun making this video, and I hope that comes across when people see it."

The clip opens with a cheerful Rainey pulling into a remote gas station. She opens her trunk to make sure her former lover is safely tied up before going in to make her purchases. Two officers assist her, after she innocently but intentionally breaks a bottle of wine in the store. The tongue-in-cheek clip shows men tied up in various areas in and around her home - the pool, at the grill and in bed. The message: You know what they say about a woman scorned.

Dasher, whose credits as a producer, writer and director include the documentaries
This Is Not A Crib and Speak Easy and the short film Wave, also directed Rainey's "Turn Me On Like The Radio" music video.

Rainey's debut EP, Turn Down The Lights, was released earlier this month. The Asheville, NC native co-wrote all seven songs on the collection, which was produced by Russ Zavitson and John Ramey. Her debut single, "Me And Johnny Cash," is receiving significant airplay at country radio, and noted music critic Robert K. Oermann had this to say in his recent Music Row Magazine review:

"Similarly, no one even touched the hem of Rainey Qualley's gown as she swept up to the podium as this week'sDisCovery Award winner. Her 'Me and Johnny Cash' rocks in all the right places. This puts pedal to the metal and boasts a delicious backbeat, plus stuttering fiddle and banjo, deep-twang guitar and a wailing, wide-open vocal. A highway song for a red-hot summer. This is going places."

Rainey began making trips to Nashville to pursue songwriting but quickly embraced her desire to entertain. Booking powerhouse CAA signed Rainey earlier this year, and her first dates were opening for her hero Willie Nelson's two sold-out shows at the famed Ryman Auditorium. SirusXM's The Highway added her song, "Turn Me On Like The Radio," as a "Highway Find," and it rose to #17 on their countdown.

Born in New York, NY, Rainey's family moved to Missoula, Montana when she was two and then to Asheville, North Carolina seven years later. Rainey always loved the performing arts and was a passionate participant in school plays, dance competitions, and choirs throughout her childhood. She credits dance for giving her an appreciation for a wide variety of music genres and styles. Between dance, the music her father listened to at home and in his own bands and her own eclectic tastes, she lists Johnny Cash, Dolly Parton, Loretta Lynn, Sam Hunt, Hozier, Otis Redding, Etta James, The Temptations and others among her diverse music taste.