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Dixie Jade on Country Music News International Radio Show!
March 22nd, 24th, 26th, 27th, 28th interviewed by Christian Lamitschka!
Monday live show will be in German with DJ Roman Jonny Oczko!
Wednesday live show will be in English with DJ Anja Kristin Krone!
Saturday live show will be in German & English with DJ Frank Hammer!
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Billy Ray Cyrus “But don’t tell my heart, my achy breaky heart I just don’t think he’d understand” by Snehashree Mandal for Country Music News International
American singer, songwriter and actor, winner of two Grammys, and a multi-platinum selling recording artist, Billy Ray Cyrus is a musical wunderkind.
Billy Cyrus Ray is the first singer who transformed Nashville’s take on the country music business during the 90’s decade. Many hailed Cyrus as the new icon of country music.
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CD Review: Baby Blues & Stilettos – Alyssa Trahan – by Denise Labrie for Country Music News International
We Used to Be Happy
My Favorite Song
Ain’t Ever Goin’ Back
Tell My Heart
Memories Not Dreams
My Biggest Fan
We are in a time of reflection and atonement in anticipation of the celebration of the resurrection. I am listening to Alyssa Trahan’s CD, Baby Blues & Stilettos, while reflecting on ways to participate in and embrace the Lenten season.
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Cody Johnson And The Way Of Success
by Snehashree Mandal for Country Music News International
Cody Johnson, the man who turned down several labels finally signed up with Warner Music Nashville after turning them down twice before. He always believed he had much more than a label as he connected with the crowd so well. His rowdy concerts drew large crowds, given his passion for music could be felt palpably on the stage.
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CD Review: Carly Pearce – 29 by Nikhila Jain for Country Music News International
Released : 2021
Next Girl | 2:44
Should’ve Known Better” | 3:01
29 | 3:49
Liability | 2:44
Messy | 2:53
Show Me Around | 3:40
Day One | 3:30
At times Bad things bring the best in you, and it happened with Carly Pearce too. Her divorce from her fellow country singer, Michael Ray, left her heartbroken, but her grief got the best out of her, and she hit it back in full swing with her album, ’29’. The musical album takes you on a journey with Carly, where she makes you cry it out with her heartbreak and then soothes you with her realisation. She brings in the hidden strengths and takes you ahead with her when life gives her the share of happiness that she deserves.
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Eric Dodd Interview by Savina Todorova for Country Music News International
Eric Dodd grew up in Greensboro, Georgia chasing two things: golf balls and guitar. He had a passion and natural gift for both. He earned a golf scholarship to Georgia College and State University, where he majored in business. When he wasn’t playing in golf tournaments, he was playing in frat houses with his band. He eventually transferred to the University of Georgia to pursue a music business degree and immerse himself in the fertile Athens music scene (R.E.M, Drive-By Truckers). But in the end, it was lyrics over links that brought him to Music City.
Savina Todorova: Your single, Right Where You Left It, how did it come about, what is the story behind it?
Eric Dodd: We wrote my new single, Right Where You Left It just over a year ago, and I co-wrote the song with two great friends and writers: Brandon Day and Jordan Minton. Brandon was also the executive producer on the record. The story behind the song goes like this: Brandon already had a lot of the music / the foundation laid down and half baked. That particular day I arrived at Rhythm House (where Brandon’s studio is) a little early, and he played some of the track for me, and I was immediately drawn to what he had started to create. It felt so good, but also had this bittersweetness to it Jordan showed up and loved the track as well, and had the title / hook. We all just kind of looked at each and knew that was the right idea for the track, and then we kind of wrote the song backwards. We told stories about prior relationships that really spoke to the hook, and it all just felt right. We knew we were onto something once we had the hook line: This Town. This Bar. This Heart. Is Right Where You Left It. The song is based on true stories that we have all experienced, and I think the line that sticks out the most is “Still hurts like hell when I run into your mama.” I have been there before!
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Jonah Prill Interview by Nigel Sharpe for Country Music News International
Jonah Prill, an American singer-songwriter from Billings, Montana, is primed to stake his claim in the world of country music. Prill, a born and bred country boy, began writing songs at an early age and continued through his teens. Raised on traditional country western, Prill shines through with one foot remaining where he was planted, and the other pointing in a new direction. Drawing inspiration from voices such as Morgan Wallen, Cody Johnson, and Jon Pardi, Jonah‘s sound resonates equal parts country, rock, and heartfelt. With an immense grassroots following of over 690k Tik-Tok fans and 110k Instagram fans, Prill will be a country name you will hear for years to come.
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