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Carrie Underwood’s new album “Denim & Rhinestones”

“I want to have fun,” Carrie says. “I want to think about going out on the road. I want to think about being on tour. I want to think about being with people again and how these songs are going to translate in front of people. So, that’s what we did. We didn’t think about it too much. We made music that really felt good, that feels good to sing, felt fun to write.”

Molly Tuttle’s new video for “Grass Valley” featuring her dad, Jack Tuttle

Reflecting on the video, Tuttle shares, “My dad took me to the Father’s Day Bluegrass Festival in Grass Valley, CA when I was 10 years old and it changed my life. It was my first time going to a music festival and the songs that I heard on stage and jammed in the campground stuck with me for years to come. When I was writing the songs for Crooked Tree I kept going back to those earliest musical memories. I decided to close my album with a song about Grass Valley to give context to the music that I make now. I hope you enjoy this special version of “Grass Valley” that I filmed with my dad! Happy Father’s Day weekend!”

Regan Stewart’s new EP “r.”

While the title may be just one letter, the meaning behind r. is so much more than that. She explains, “It’s a great representation of the beginning of me as an artist. ‘R’ is the beginning of my name, not the whole thing, and it’s a piece of who I am and the stories that are a part of me but there’s more to come.”

Paige King Johnson’s new album “Honky Tonk Heart”

“For 3 years now I’ve written, recorded, planned & prayed for a full-length album & now it’s finally out! There are way too many people to thank individually for making this little independent record of mine come true, but I can start with my co-writers, producers, management & PR team, family & friends, and all the country music fans out there who keep showing up to listen to my music. This album means the world to me!”

Karine Hannah’s new LP “80’s”

Karine Hannah’s 80’s LP is a re-imagination of timeless classics. Listening to this LP is a blast from the past full of overwhelming nostalgia. As familiar as these songs are, Karine has completely made them her own, mixing the nostalgia and freshness into the perfect balance. Her slower versions of typically fast paced tracks remind us to take a pause during our busy lives. She even incorporates light synth touches, a subtle and tasteful homage to the original while maintaining her signature style.