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Maren Morris wins Female Artist of the Year and Song of the Year at 2021 ACM Awards

Maren Morris won Female Artist of the Year for the second year in a row and Song of the Year for her triple-Platinum, Grammy-nominated smash hit “The Bones” at the 2021 ACM Awards last night. Additionally, Maren and her husband, singer-songwriter Ryan Hurd, performed “Chasing After You,” their first official duet together. 

Caylee Hammack and Chris Stapleton’s new single “Small Town Hypocrite” 

“My one whim for this song was to hear Chris Stapleton accompany me on it,” shared Hammack. “Two years after I spoke this wish out loud in the studio, Chris agreed to sing the part I had written in hopes of hearing his voice on it. Life is a beautiful full circle sometimes. I am so grateful to Chris for singing on this song.”

Brandy Clark’s new video for “Remember Me Beautiful”

The video was created following an overwhelming response to the song on social media, where fans continue to share photos of their loved ones who have passed. Of the video, Brandy shares, “This is for everyone who has loved and lost someone. Thank you all for sharing a bit of yourselves in this.” 

Ava Rowland’s new single “Run Like Hell”

Sounding off the season with this upbeat love ballad, “Run Like Hell” highlights Ava’s vocal ability while also telling a story that everyone can relate to. This single details an all too familiar feeling of being head over heels in love and tumbling towards heartache. While everyone tells you to “run like hell”, you run from their opinions and let young love turn into a lesson.

Honey County’s new single “Got It From My Mama”

Hazel eyes, Levi’s jeans and why they dream big with their hearts on their sleeves are just a few of the highlights in this lyrical bouquet Dani Rose and Sofie Lynn are gifting just in time for Mother’s Day. All while staying true to Honey County’s signature Southern Cali-country harmonies, this song gives generations of women the chance to reminisce and honor all of the mothers in their lives who give so much.

Karissa Ella’s new cover of “Blame It On Your Heart” by Patty Loveless

Karissa Ella’s version of “Blame It On Your Heart” by Patty Loveless showcases her strong country sound. “I loved every second of covering this Patty Loveless song! The lyrics in this song show so much sass and grit, you just can’t help but smile and laugh along. I hope to bring this kind of attitude to my new original songs coming soon!” she said.