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J.D. Shelburne’s Debut Single “One Less Girl” Gaining Traction At Country Radio

Nashville
recording artist and Country crooner J.D. Shelburne has been very busy
lately promoting “One Less Girl,” the first single from his 4th studio
album, Two Lane Town. “One Less Girl” made its world-wide premiere on CMT in September (click here to watch),
and is now starting to gain traction and make an impact at Country
radio, with a growing number of Program Directors adding it to their
station’s regular rotation.

“As an artist that has been in this town for 10 years, I can finally say
I have a song on country radio! I have been working around the clock,
touring non stop, meeting as many fans along the way as I can and making
connections,” says Shelburne. ” I just picked up my 15th add on Country
radio last week! I am thrilled for this and to see where it takes us. I
truly feel the sky is the limit.”

With a reputation as one of the hardest working independent artists in
Nashville, Shelburne performs at more than 230 live events per year, and
is a regular feature on Nashville’s famous downtown Broadway corridor.
Big stages are no stranger to Shelburne, who has opened for many
household names in country music like Miranda Lambert, Jamey Johnson,
Montgomery Gentry, Clay Walker, and many more.

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