Saturday, 27 May 2017

Caitlyn Shadbolt’s debut album Songs On My Sleeve is out now

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AFTER almost two years since the release of her highly successful self-titled EP, Caitlyn Shadbolt has worked hard to create a new album that truly shows her growth and commitment to the craft.



SONGS ON MY SLEEVE, Caitlyn's exciting debut album, released on Friday, May 26 via ABC/Universal Music.
To celebrate the release, Caitlyn and her band will perform an exclusive all-ages matinee show at the Heritage Theatre FH 32 Mellor St Gympie Qld. 4570 on Sunday, May 28 from 3pm (Event).

Release Date: 26 May 2017

Label: Universal Music Digital Services

12 Tracks/ Time: 40:29

Available for download

#31 UK iTunes Country debut (Fr May 26, 2017)


Published on March 16, 2017 (9K Views) Caitlyn Shadbolt performing "My Breakup Anthem". (C) 2017Music Vevo (8,784Views)
Directed By: Josh Favaloro
Composers: Caitlyn Shadbolt, Jared Porter
Producers: Andrew Cochrane, Josh Favaloro | (C) 2017 Caitlyn Shadbolt, Exclusively licensed 2017 to Australian Broadcasting


Born and raised in Gympie Queensland, 21-year-old Caitlyn grew up immersed in music.
A naturally gifted singer, accomplished guitar player and dynamic live performer, Caitlyn has all the qualities that form the basis of a credible and long-lasting career in music.
SONGS ON MY SLEEVE is a personal album for Caitlyn, who spent time in her hometown, Sydney, Nashville and Bali penning the songs.
Produced with Andrew Cochrane (Veronicas), it's an album of love, friends and relationship breakups but ultimately delivers some very positive messages. SONGS ON MY SLEEVE is set to surprise and delight and will herald the arrival of this talented songstress in Australia and abroad.

"My Breakup Anthem" is #1 on the Music Network Country Chart dated May 29, 2017 (AU AIRPLAY by GENRE & State Compiled by The Music Network)

About Caitlyn Shadbolt:
Genre: Country Rock/Pop
Home Town: Gympie, Australia
TOP 5 finalist in national television talent show X-Factor in 2014

  • Caitlyn Shadbolt has been honing her craft as a singer and songwriter for almost 8 years and now at just 21 years of age, is truly a star on the rise.
  • Caitlyn’s talent, charm and infectious, easy-going personality came to prominence in 2014 when she spent 12 weeks performing to millions of viewers on the high rating, national music show, X Factor, where she achieved an amazing Top 5 position.
  • When her hometown staged a concert in her honor in November last year to celebrate her TV success, more than 3,000 people turned out to embrace the girl who, during the series, had proudly talked about growing up in the former gold mining town that interestingly was originally named ‘Nashville’.
  • So highly regarded is Caitlyn by her local community she was chosen to be the Youth Ambassador for Tourism for the region for 2015.
  • Caitlyn’s debut single ‘Maps Out The Window’ shot straight to the top of the iTunes Country Singles Chart and reached the Top 5 on the Australian Country Airplay Chart.
  • In July 2015 Caitlyn signed her first recording deal with ABC Music, a label that has enjoyed major success with its stellar roster of country artists that includes Lee Kernaghan, Beccy Cole, Sara Storer, Travis Collins and Jasmine Rae. By late the same month, Caitlyn had released a second single, ‘Shoot Out The Lights’ (hit #1 the Music Network Country Airplay Chart after just 4 weeks) from her self-titled debut EP (Aug 21, 2015 AU iTunes) along with an accompanying video clip.
  • With demand building for live appearances, Caitlyn was approached to perform and act as ambassador for the iconic Gympie Music Muster where she shared the bill with Australian hit makers Sheppard, Adam Brand and Troy Cassar-Daley.
  • In November Caitlyn was nominated for a Golden Guitar Award for Best New Talent, and released ‘Pushing Through’, the third single from her self-titled, debut EP.
  • Caitlyn kicked off 2016 with a number of dynamic performances at the Tamworth Country Music Festival including an unforgettable collaboration with Lee Kernaghan at the Australian Country Music Awards.
  • On 10th March 2016 Caitlyn took out the highly converted ‘CMC New Artist’ Award at a star-studded event held at QPAC in Brisbane before performing a perfect set to a sold out crowd at CMC Rocks the following day.
  • In June 2016 Caitlyn travelled to Nashville where she performed at the CMA Music Festival and wrote songs for her debut album.
  • In November, Caitlyn was again nominated for Best New Talent in the Country Music Awards of Australia (Golden Guitars, Tamworth) ahead of her performances during the iconic festival in January 2017.
  • She was announced to perform at CMC Rocks 2017 with international artists such as the Dixie Chicks, Little Big Town, The Shires and Kip Moore.

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Rachel Lipsky releases debut album, Dancin' In The Neon, Friday May 26

Simultaneous drop of full-length record & official music video
 for single, “Dancin’ in the Neon”


(Nashville, Tenn - May 26, 2017) 
Country singer/songwriter, Rachel Lipsky invites you to dance the night away with the release of her debut album, Dancin’ in the Neon, which is now available (released today, May 26) on major digital retailers.
The full length album includes her newest single of the same name.


Release Date: 26 May 2017

Label: Artemusic Records

10 Tracks/ Time: 31:13

Available for download:

Excited to share Dancin’ in the Neon with the world, “This song made me shriek for excitement when I first heard it. 

It has an energy that grabbed my attention and I found it immediately pulls my audience in when the first beat hits,” Lipsky comments, “I can’t wait to share the single and music video with the world.”


The official music video for the up-tempo single releases on Heartland (broadcast/television) today, May 26, and will premiere online through Roughstock on May 29th. 

Recently, Lipsky has been busy readying her debut album, performing at the prestigious Key West Songwriters Festival, and traveling to the Middle East and Africa on her third Armed Forces Entertainment tour in support of our troops. 

Wednesday, May 24th, Rachel Lipsky was announced as the winner of the 2017 Hard Rock Rising Nashville, beating out over 6,000 contestants. Judged by major entertainment industry figures, the prestigious battle of the bands’ event was packed with fans from all over the world.

Rachel Lipsky exploded onto the country scene after winning the Pepsi Southern Original competition.
With a sound nestled in-between brass-knuckles country and high-heeled sass, she has opened for country superstars such as Blake Shelton, Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum, Thomas Rhett, Tyler Farr, Eli Young Band, Kellie Pickler, Hank Williams, Jr., Toto and more and festivals like Taste of Country, Country USA, Country Jam Colorado and Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam.

She has been invited by the Armed Forces to entertain the American troops overseas multiple times.
Additionally, Lipsky won IMEA’s Country Female Vocalist Award and was a finalist in Unsigned Only’s International Songwriting Competition for “Ready Set Whiskey.”  

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Carissa Leigh releases Tribute To Troops this Memorial Day Weekend

AXS Hosts Exclusive Listening Party


NASHVILLE, TN. (May 26, 2017)
Just in time for the Memorial Day holiday, talented singer/songwriter, Carissa Leigh, celebrates the release of her charity single "At Night." A haunting tribute to our troops battling PTSD, Carissa will be donating all proceeds from the release to Operation Stand Down. "At Night" was produced by Los Angeles trailblazer, Tone Def (Green Day, Santana, Outkast, Black Eye Peas), and can be found on iTunes and other digital retailers.

AEG owned AXS.com has the audio exclusive HERE.



Carissa explains the inspirations behind the release: " At Night came from conversations I had with someone I was dating about how he might not be in the Middle East any more but sometimes at night, he would wake up and think he was. 
He was a big, strong guy, and to see him get emotional inspired me to write about guys like him, who seem okay but sometimes at night, they let their guard down. I wanted to give the proceeds to OSDTN because I know they do amazing work with struggling veterans, actually part of the chorus was inspired by something I saw in their lobby that said "home of the free, because of the brave.""

Operation Stand Down was a natural choice for the Nashville based artist as she spends her free time volunteering with the organization.  

2016 found the release of Carissa's 14-song project, "Better Than I've Been."  Showcasing her incredible vocals and autobiographical songwriting skills, the album was produced by Tone Def & can be found HERE on iTunes. Industry and fans first turned their heads to Carissa Leigh with her 2014 debut of "Bad Boy" and then later with "Pack That Bag." Produced by Tyler Cain (Meghan Linsey, James Otto, Ashley Monroe) and co-written by Leigh and J.T. Hodges“Pack That Bag” impacted over 5 million country fans.

ABOUT CARISSA LEIGH:


An eclectic music lover, Carissa Leigh grew up listening to Dolly Parton in one ear and The Allman Brothers Band in the other. 

Her grandfather was a die-hard Country fan, while her father’s loyalties lie with rock 'n' roll. Both influenced Carissa growing up, but as the years went by it was the sounds of Shania Twain and Keith Urban that she found making their way into her own music. 

So it's of no surprise that she ended up in Nashville. Industry and fans first turned their heads to this promising new voice with the 2014 release of her EP Blackbird, which landed her a feature in Billboard.


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Eric Church owns Nashville crowd in first of two tour-closing shows

ERIC CHURCH OWNS NASHVILLE CROWD
IN FIRST OF TWO TOUR-CLOSING SHOWS 


Again Sets Arena Record; Delivers Marathon 39-Song Set to 18,996

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PHOTO: Eric Church | Photo credit: Anthony D'Angio

Saturday, May 27, 2017
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Eric Church fans have come to expect a transcendent experience when they attend one of his concerts. Friday night at Bridgestone Arena – the first of a two-night, sold-out hometown stand that wraps the Holdin’ My Own Tour – Church built a record crowd into a frenzy with the help of the East Nashville Magnet High School Choir as he closed show opener “Mistress Named Music.”

“Yeah, I’m married to a dream with a mistress named music,” the gathered throng sang in unison, nearly 19,000-strong record-breaking rocking Bridgestone Arena like the hometown Nashville Predators did just a few days ago in the same venue as they clinched a spot in the Stanley Cup.

Church told fans he promises attendees at every show the band will give everything they have. On Friday night, the visibly pumped singer-songwriter promised to take it further and made a simple request.

“I think it’s safe to say we’re going to give you more than we have over these two nights,” Church told the roaring crowd. “I just need you to meet me halfway.”

Of course, none of this is new for Church or his fans. Nashville has been full of milestone moments over the years and this weekend’s two-night hometown stand at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena marks the frenzied end of the cross-continent Holdin’ My Own Tour. Over 900,000 fans have made it the No.1 most-attended music tour in the world in 2017 (Pollstar) with sell outs in of each of the more than 60 shows he’s played since January.

Church has greeted each new crowd with a marathon set list and nearly four hours of music, playing more than three dozen fan favorites and deep cuts alike in a fully immersive experience that includes an intermission and no opening act. Friday night, while performing the title track of his fifth studio album, Mr. Misunderstood, Church brought out now-15-year-old McKinley "Mickey" Smay, who appears on the album's cover, to jam. Church's congregation responded in their usual overenthusiastic way, as captured by the Nashville Scene, which profiled "the country outsider" in a cover story to preview this weekend's shows.

 
“They’re not like other fans – especially country fans,” Marissa R. Ross wrote in the Scene. “They sing along and know every word, and are more excited for deep cuts than singles like ‘Springsteen.’ The camaraderie in the crowd, the fervent dedication, the way people in the audience respond to each song – offering up some Jack Daniels during ‘Drink in My Hand,’ or raising a shoe during ‘These Boots,’ as a sign of solidarity, but also in hope Church might grab one and sign it onstage – are more like the rituals of the traveling rock cults associated with Phish or The Grateful Dead.”

Speaking of the Dead, Church and his longtime band covered “Tennessee Jed” Friday night before reprising Chief’s “Over When It’s Over” with Joanna Cotten on guest vocals, followed by an unexpected cover of Ben Harper’s “Steal My Kisses”—two unique cover jams just for Bridgestone’s crowd. In all, Church played 39 songs during his two sets with the to-the-rafters crowd standing the entire show, raising their glasses—and boots – when prompted. At one point, more than two hours into the show, Church stopped to gather album covers, platters of vinyl and magazines from fans before taking out a silver Sharpie and signing each, handing them back to fans as the crowd cheered.

Church drew a new arena record 18,996 fans Friday night, breaking February’s 18,514 set by Bon Jovi. That record broke Church’s previous Bridgestone mark of 18,411 set Jan. 10, 2015. The singer has a chance to break his new record again Saturday night with another sold-out show, the 62nd and final of the tour. Church set the mark using a 360-degree stage and audience configuration and despite canceling 2,214 tickets for the shows previously listed on the secondary market.

Church once again opened a pop-up store in East Nashville (address: 218 South 11th Street) for the third consecutive year with a portion of the proceeds benefiting his and his wife Katherine’s non-profit Chief Cares foundation that serves more than 2.5 million people around the globe with charitable giving. For more information on Chief Cares Fund, visit 
www.ericchurch.com/chiefcares.

The pop-up store will be open through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. where it will feature rare items specific to the Holdin' My Own Tour. The store will open again Thursday, June 8, through Sunday, June 11, during the same hours and will feature exclusive merchandise unavailable anywhere else, such as the debut a never-before-seen design of his These Boots by Lucchese cowboy boot line, a custom Orion Cooler and vintage tour T-shirts and posters. The boot design is called The Chattanooga Lucy after the “the most thrilling country dance tune to come along in ages” (Rolling Stone Country) from his fifth studio album, Mr. Misunderstood. Church’s devotees have one more chance at making it to the sold-out Holdin’ My Own finale. If they come in to the Nashville pop-up store Saturday and purchase the store’s exclusive poster, they have a chance of finding a pair of tickets to that night’s show.

Set 1:
Mistress Named Music, That's Damn Rock & Roll, The Outsiders, Knives of New Orleans, Drink in My Hand, Carolina, How 'Bout You, What I Almost Was, Cold One, Round Here Buzz, Mr. Misunderstood, Talladega, Like a Wrecking Ball, Pledge Allegiance to the Hag, Smoke a Little Smoke
Set 2:
Ain't Killed Me Yet, Guys Like Me, Lotta Boot Left to Fill, Record Year, Homeboy, Chattanooga Lucy, Two Pink Lines ('17 version), Kill a Word, Tennessee Jed (Grateful Dead cover), Over When It's Over, Steal My Kisses (Ben Harper cover),
Give Me Back My Hometown, Jack Daniels, Before She Does, Country Music Jesus, Mixed Drinks About Feelings, Creepin',
Three Year Old, These Boots, Springsteen
Encore:
Sinners Like Me, 16th Avenue (Lacy J. Dalton cover), Those I've Loved, Holdin' My Own

Fans who will be in town for CMA Fest and missed Church’s two-night stand at Bridgestone can catch The Chief at Nashville’s Nissan Stadium Friday, June 9 at 10 p.m. And Church has announced eight more shows in 2017 after the close of his current tour:
June 23 Cadott, WI at Country Fest
Sept. 2 and 3 Stateline, NV at Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys**
Sept 7, 2017 Austin, TX at Austin 360 Amphitheater***
Sept. 8, 2017 Houston, TX at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion***
Sept 15, 2017 Tuscaloosa, AL at Tuscaloosa Amphitheater*
Sept 16, 2017 Orange Beach, AL at The Wharf Amphitheater*
Sept 21 and 22 Gilford, NH at Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion***
Sept. 29 Las Vegas, NV at Route 91 Festival+
*With special guests Brothers Osborne and Ashley McBryde
**Margo Price opening
***Special guests announced soon

Additional support announcement and on sale information coming soon.

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Rhonda Vincent teams up with Daryle Singletary on upcoming duets album American Grandstand set for release July 7

Album Features 12 Traditional Country Tracks 
including Lead Single, “One” 
Pre-order at - www.rhondavincent.com































NASHVILLE, TENN. (May 26, 2017) 
Rhonda Vincent, who The Wall Street Journal dubbed “The New Queen of Bluegrass,” is teaming up with country sensation Daryle Singletary for the upcoming duets album, AMERICAN GRANDSTAND, set for release July 7. The project delivers real traditional country music with a unique American twist. This must-have album will be released via Upper Management Music, and fans can pre-order American Grandstand HERE.

“I’ve always loved singing with Daryle Singletary. He’s one of the greatest singers in this generation of country music,” said Vincent. “It’s so fun to sing with someone who challenges me as a singer. The songs were given great thought, along with one that was totally unexpected. It’s one of the best projects I’ve ever been part of. I am so proud of this recording, and I cannot wait for the world to hear our wonderful creation, American Grandstand.”

The lead single, “One,” offers the very first taste of American Grandstand. The slow love song takes fans on a musical journey. The track may sound familiar, as it was previously made famous by country legends George Jones and Tammy Wynette, whose demanding vocal duets helped propel both acts to superstardom. Singletary and Vincent first performed “One” together at the legendary Grand Ole Opry at the Ryman Auditorium in April of 2016. Due to the overwhelming response, the dynamic pair chose to add the track to American Grandstand.

































Standout songs include the title track, which was written by Vincent. When Vincent and Singletary were first trying to think of a title, American Grandstand stood out, which by definition is “to behave or speak in a way that is intended to impress people and to gain public approval.” This isn’t Vincent’s first venture into country music, as her previous Grammy-nominated studio album Only Me featured a combination of six traditional country songs and six bluegrass tracks, featuring “We Must Have Been Out of Our Minds,” which is also included on American Grandstand.

“Rhonda and I have been singing together since my first CD on Giant Records in 1994. I've been a fan of Rhonda's singing before that, but since then for sure and it's obvious as she has sung on most of my Indie records as a background vocalist or a duet partner,” said Daryle Singletary. “If you love traditional country music, and remember songs originally sung by well-known duet partners like George Jones and Tammy Wynette, Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn, and Merle Haggard and Bonnie Owens, this is a must-have CD that we are extremely excited about.”

Fans will have the chance to experience both Singletary and Vincent together as they play select shows later this year (full schedule 
HERE). Fans in the Nashville area will get multiple opportunities to experience traditional music at its finest, as the pair will appear on the hit show, “Music City Roots," along with an appearance at CMA Music Festival, plus a must-see album release party at The Nashville Palace.

American Grandstand Track Listing:
1. Above and Beyond
2. One
3. After The Fire Is Gone
4. American Grandstand
5. Slowly But Surely
6. As We Kiss Our World Goodbye
7. Can’t Live Life
8. Golden Ring
9. We Must Have Been Out of Our Minds
10. Louisiana Woman Mississippi Man
11. A Picture of Me Without You
12. Up This Hill and Down

Rhonda Vincent On Tour:
May 30 Larry’s Country Diner Taping
June 01 Preston, CT – Strawberry Park Bluegrass Festival w/ Daryle Singletary
June 03 Auburn, AL – Bluegrass on the Plains
June 04 Pigeon Forge, TN – Dollywood
June 07 Franklin, TN – Music City Roots – w/ Daryle Singletary
June 08 Nashville, TN. – CMA Music Fest – 2pm-2:30pm – w/ Daryle Singletary
June 08 Nashville, TN – 3pm - CD Signing at Ernest Tubb Record Shop on Broadway - w/ Daryle Singletary
June 08 Nashville, TN – 9pm - CD Release Party – w/ Daryle Singletary
June 09 Cherokee, NC – Cherokee Bluegrass Festival
June 10 Dinwiddie, VA – Dinwiddie Music Festival with Daryle Singletary
June 11 Nashville, TN – Grand Ole Opry House – Gospel Show
June 21 Nashville, TN – Opry – w/ Daryle Singletary
June 22 Grayson, KY – RudyFest
June 23 Summersville, WV – Music in the Mountains Festival
June 24 Charlotte, MI – Charlotte Bluegrass Festival
June 27 RHONDA VINCENT FAN CLUB PARTY - Must register to attend - Limited Seating
June 28 - July 02 Queen City, MO – Sally Mountain Bluegrass Festival
2017 Rhonda Vincent Tour full schedule HERE

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Nashville Meets London 2017 Music Festival

Nashville Meets London 2017 Music Festival
returns with Highly Anticipated Talent Lineup

TNECD will serve as a sponsor of the 2-day event, 
set for July 22-23 in Canada Square Park, Canary Wharf, London

















(Nashville, Tenn. – May 25, 2017) – The 2017 lineup has been announced for the highly anticipated music festival, Nashville Meets London, set for July 22-23 in Canada Square Park, Canary Wharf. 
This year’s talent lineup includes US-based acts Russell Dickerson, Lucie Silvas, Ashley Campbell, Sam Outlaw, Angaleena Presley, Jo Smith, and, along with UK-based acts Flats & Sharps, Wildwood Kin, Kevin McGuire, and Raintown.

The Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development (TNECD) serves as a sponsor of the two-day event, designed to bring the “Music of Nashville” abroad, showcasing musical talent from both Nashville and the United Kingdom. The festival is free and open to the public to attend. Representatives from TNECD will be in attendance for this year’s event.
The site of the annual festival, Canada Square Park, is located in the heart of Canary Wharf, that hosts over 300 shops, bars and restaurants. For the past eleven years, Canary Wharf has hosted the Canary Wharf Jazz Festival, which is largest free jazz festival in the UK.  Canary Wharf Arts + Events presents a world class, year-round arts and events program, offering tenants and visitors over 200 diverse and culturally inspired events throughout the estate.  The majority of these events are free for all and range from outdoor theatre, live music concerts, sporting events, dance performances, community showcases, global street food and family friendly shows.

The inaugural Nashville Meets London festival took place in August 2016.  The event drew an impressive number of people and left an overwhelmingly positive response among UK-based Country music fans and locals.
Nashville Meets London is co-produced by Canary Wharf Arts + Events, Peter Conway Management and Nashville-based agency, The AristoMedia Group Baylen Leonard, BBC Radio 2 Country and Chris Country DJ, is the artistic program consultant.

WHEN: Sat 2-10pm / Sun 1.45-9pm
WHERE: Canada Square Park, Canary Wharf, London
COST: FREE
Saturday 22 July, 2017
2-3:15pm Raintown
3:45-4:30pm Wildwood Kin
5-6:15pm Kevin McGuire
6:45-8pm Jo Smith
8:30-10pm Russell Dickerson

Sunday 23 July, 2017
1:45-2:45pm Angaleena Presley
3:15-4:15pm Flats and Sharps
4:45-5:45pm Ashley Campbell
6:15-7:15pm Sam Outlaw
7:45-9pm Lucie Silvas

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About Canary Wharf Group: Canary Wharf Group plc has overseen the largest urban regeneration project ever undertaken in Europe, designing and building more than 17m sq ft of London real estate, which now houses local and international companies and renowned retailers.

The Canary Wharf Estate is a major retail destination comprising around 1m sq ft across five shopping malls, including the award-winning leisure development, Crossrail Place, housing one of London’s most stunning roof gardens.  It also has world-class, year-round arts and events programme offering over 200 diverse and culturally inspiring events performed throughout the Estate.
Canary Wharf Group is a wholly owned joint venture between Brookfield Property Partners and the Qatar Investment Authority.

About the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development:  The Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development’s mission is to develop strategies, which help make Tennessee the No. 1 location in the Southeast for high quality jobs. To grow and strengthen Team Tennessee, the department seeks to attract new corporate investment in Tennessee and works with Tennessee companies to facilitate expansion and economic growth. Tennessee is the only three-time winner of “State of the Year” for economic development by Business Facilities magazine.

Find us on the web: tnecd.com. Follow us on Twitter: @tnecd. Like us on Facebook: facebook.com/tnecd.

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