Tuesday, October 18, 2011

COLT FORD BECOMES FIRST COUNTRY MUSIC STAR

Colt Ford pictured with Goodtime Vodka; Courtesy: The Factory Photography
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COLT FORD BECOMES FIRST COUNTRY MUSIC STAR WITH OWN MOONSHINE AND VODKA
 
Ford teams up with Georgia Distilling Company and United Distributors to launch Goodtime Moonshine and Goodtime Vodka
 
Nashville, Tenn. (Tuesday, October 18, 2011) -- Buddy Lee Attraction’s (BLA) Scott Stuttard, Executive Sponsorship Director, is pleased to announce Average Joe’s Entertainment’s country entertainer Colt Ford has officially aligned with the Georgia Distilling Company and United Distributors to produce his signature liquor line, Goodtime. Goodtime Moonshine (90 proof) and Goodtime Vodka (80 proof) will hit stores beginning tomorrow, Wednesday, October 19, 2011 with initial availability throughout retail stores in Georgia and Tennessee with expansions beginning immediately.

"I wanted to have real moonshine made by real moonshiners and that is what I got," said Ford. "This took over a year to get the government to approve, and it is really special. I could not be more proud to be involved with the Georgia Distilling Company and United Distributors. We have some great moonshine and vodka that I will put up against any on the market. This is gonna be a fun ride, and I am gonna do everything I can to make the world have a GOODTIME!"
 
The Georgia-based companies, Georgia Distilling Company and United Distributors—Georgia’s largest beverage alcohol distributor—were the perfect match for Ford’s vision for the brand.  Since the conception one year ago, the trio has transformed Goodtime brands from an idea to a reality. 
 
"The Georgia Distilling Company has been honored to have the opportunity to partner with Colt Ford and United Distributing to bring the Goodtime brands into the market," said Bill Mauldin, CEO and co-founder of the Company. "As Colt is recognized by his peers and fans as being an authentic country musician and Georgia boy, we wanted to make a product for him that was just as authentic as he is. Goodtime Moonshine is an authentic Georgia moonshine recipe, using Georgia grown grains and handcrafted in a Georgia-made moonshine still to make a product as real as he is. We have made sure that every part of this product is 100% American, because a man like Colt Ford deserves no less."
 
Buddy Lee Attraction's Scott Stuttard added, "At BLA, we focus on bringing together our artists and brands that fit each other perfectly. Colt Ford and The Georgia Distilling Company is a excellent example of this type of partnership. We can't be more excited for Colt and his launch of Goodtime Moonshine and Goodtime Vodka."
 
Ford, Stuttard, Mauldin, and David Gregory with United Distributors announced the products earlier today at a press conference at United Distributors office, just outside of Atlanta, Georgia.
 
For more information, please visit www.coltford.com and www.goodtimemoonshine.com
 
About Colt Ford
Critics raved over Colt Ford's 2010 release, Chicken And Biscuits, which featured collaborations with Randy Houser, James Otto, Nappy Roots, Josh Gracin, Joe Nichols, Darryl Worley and more; however his latest release, which hit stores nationwide on May 3, 2011, Every Chance I Get, is the highest-selling debut of his career and features collaborations with Tim McGraw, Eric Church, Luke Bryan, Charlie Daniels, and more. With over 19,000 units sold the first week, it also nabbed the #3 spot on the Billboard Country Albums chart. The lead single off the album is fastest-rising “Country Thang,” and latest release is a ballad about his 16-year-old daughter featuring Craig Morgan called “She Likes To Ride In Trucks.” In early 2011, Colt reached a milestone of over 2 million paid digital downloads and over 800,000 units sold with releases Ride Through The Country (2008)--which featured John Michael Montgomery and helped him earn his first ACM nomination for “Cold Beer” with Jamey Johnson as well as the CMA nomination for 2011 Song of the Year with Jason Aldean’s version of “Dirt Road Anthem”--  Chicken and Biscuits (2010), Ford’s albums have been consistently ranked on the Billboard Country Album Charts. Ford will perform over 200 live shows in 2011 with previous major tours alongside Jason Aldean, Hank Williams Jr., and Larry the Cable Guy.
 
About Buddy Lee Attractions
Buddy Lee Attractions is the largest independently owned booking agency in Nashville.  Founded in 1964, BLA has been instrumental in the signing and development of arena headliners such as Hank Williams, Jr., Willie Nelson, George Strait, Garth Brooks, Dixie Chicks and Jason AldeanIn addition to Colt Ford, BLA currently represents Jason Aldean, Billy Ray Cyrus, Mark Chesnutt, Corey Smith, Edwin McCain, Bush Hawg and many others.  In 2010, BLA created a sponsorship division headed by sponsorship veteran Scott Stuttard.  In December 2010, BLA acquired Metro Talent in Atlanta, GA and added Metro owner Cass Scripps to their staff.  For more information, visit www.blanash.com.
 
About United Distributors
United Distributors was founded in 1940 and is a family owned, community focused, statewide beverage wholesaler headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. United conducts its Georgia operations through its warehouse and delivery operations located in Atlanta (Smyrna), Savannah and Albany. United Distributors prides themselves as being one of the only wholesalers in the country that represents, warehouses and distributes material volumes of all three categories of beverage alcohol (wine, spirits and beer) through a centralized location.
 
About the Georgia Distilling Company
Just a little over a year ago, Shawn Hall and Bill Mauldin from Jackson, Georgia came together with the goal of crafting exceptional distilled spirits.  Each of them brought a unique experience and talent to the effort, and each holds a deep family heritage of making great moonshine. All of their fine spirits are made with Georgia grown products. The Georgia Distilling Company is located in Milledgeville, Georgia.
 

CHICKENFOOT VIDEO FOR "THREE AND A HALF LETTERS"

CHICKENFOOT DEBUTS MUSIC VIDEO FOR "THREE AND A HALF LETTERS (I NEED A JOB)"GROUP TEAMS WITH FEEDING AMERICA TO MOTIVATE FANS TO HELP THE NEARLY 49 MILLION AMERICANS FACING HUNGER
LOS ANGELES, CA—October 18, 2011—Chickenfoot, the supergroup featuring guitarist Joe Satriani, drummer Chad Smith, and former Van Halen bassist Michael Anthony and frontman Sammy Hagar, debuts their music video for the song "Three and a Half Letters (I Need a Job)” today.  The song, from their recent release, Chickenfoot III ( eOne Music/Edel/EarMusic), is  motivated by the dismal economy, which has led to problems such as hunger and job loss, and features letters that were sent to Hagar as pleas for help.  Chickenfoot is partnering with Feeding America, the nation’s leading domestic hunger-relief charity, to encourage fans to help alleviate some of the effects of the economy.  The band will perform “Three and a Half Letters” on Jimmy Kimmel Live on the evening of November 3rd.

"I received a lot of letters from people over the years who were looking for help or work and recently I received one from an Afghan War Veteran that ended with 'Can you help? I need a job.’  That really hit me and the song came together," said Hagar.  "We really want to encourage people to help where they can, and I think one of the easiest ways is by making contributions to a local food bank. I hope we get this message across in this video and while we are on tour."

"I Need a Job," directed by Arthur Rosato (Springsteen, Bonnaroo), features the real life letters received by Hagar and closes with a call to action from the band and Feeding America.  Beginning today, the band is inviting fans to post their own letters and stories to their website in hopes it will help them find employment and continue to shed light on the critical condition in America.  The band is also planning on additional outreach to bring more awareness to the issue in each city on their upcoming “Road Test Tour.”  While those who are better off may not be able to offer actual jobs, Chickenfoot believes that contributions to food banks in their hometowns is one simple way, among many others, that fans can help those struggling on a local level. To find your Feeding America member food bank, visit http://feedingamerica.org/foodbank.

The band is set to embark on the recently announced “2011 Road Test Tour,” beginning November 1st at the Warfield Theatre, San Francisco.  The tour will take the band (Satriani, Anthony, Hagar and touring drummer Kenny Aronoff) through five US and five European cities in support of their most recent release Chickenfoot III, which debuted on the Billboard album chart at #9.   Chickenfoot III, has continued to receive critical acclaim:

“It’s a rare case of a group that’s equal to – or perhaps even greater than - the sum of its parts…this is an album that really wins hearts with its granite thump’n’roll.”  - Gary Graff, Billboard

Chickenfoot III features 10 tracks with so many moments of epiphany that one can barely take them all in on first listen.  Colossal, stadium-shaking riffs abound on earth-movers such as “Alright, Alright,” “Last Temptation” and “Lighten Up.” Tradition meets innovation on the Nashville pop-tinged “Different Devil,” the Delta-blues flavored “Something Going Wrong” and the aching rock ballad “Come Closer.”  Chickenfoot III follows the band’s 2009 debut album, which debuted at #3 on the Billboard Top 100 and was certified gold for sales of over 500,000 units by the Recording Industry Association of America.

THE 2011 ROAD TEST TOUR DATES:November 1                       Warfield Theatre              San Francisco, CA           
November 2                       Avalon Hollywood           Los Angeles, CA
November 4                       The Pageant                       St. Louis, MO
November 5                       Metro                                   Chicago, IL
November 8                       Webster Hall                      New York, NY
**European dates available at www.chickenfoot.us       

For the “Three and a Half Letters (I Need a Job)” music video, more information about Chickenfoot, please visit the band’s webpage www.chickenfoot.us, as well as their podcast http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/chickenfoot-podcast/id306051384, YouTube http://www.youtube.com/ichickenfoot, Facebook www.facebook.com/chickenfoot and Google+ pages.  

About Feeding America
Feeding America provides low-income individuals and families with the fuel to survive and even thrive. As the nation's leading domestic hunger-relief charity, our network members supply food to more than 37 million Americans each year, including 14 million children and 3 million seniors. Serving the entire United States, more than 200 member food banks support 61,000 agencies that address hunger in all of its forms. For more information on how you can fight hunger in your community and across the country, visit www.feedingamerica.org. Find us on Facebook at facebook.com/FeedingAmerica or follow our news on Twitter at twitter.com/FeedingAmerica.

CRAIG MORGAN TO RELEASE THIS OLE BOY

COUNTRY SUPERSTAR CRAIG MORGAN
TO RELEASE
 
THIS OLE BOY FIVE-SONG EP
ON NOVEMBER 1st

Nashville, TN... (October 18, 2011)... After his recent signing with Black River Entertainment, country music superstar and celebrated TV host Craig Morgan is anxious to share new music with his fans. The highly anticipated 5-song EP, This Ole Boy, will be available for digital purchase on November 1st in advance of a full-length album expected in early 2012.

The toe-tapping sing-along title track “This Ole Boy” is currently climbing the country charts. In between touring and filming for the 3rd season of his TV show  Craig Morgan All Access Outdoors, Morgan worked in the studio with co-producer Phil O’Donnell to create that classic Craig Morgan sound. In addition to co-producing the EP, Morgan also co-wrote the song, “The Whole World Needs a Kitchen.”

This Ole Boy Track Listing
1.    This Ole Boy – (Ben Hayslip, Dallas Davidson, and Rhett Akins)
2.    The Whole World Needs A Kitchen-  (Craig Morgan, and Shane Minor)
3.    Fish Weren’t Bitin’- (Jimmy Yeary Marty Dodson)
4.    Show Me Your Tattoo- (Ben Daniel, Skip Black)
5.    Better Stories- (Monty Chriswell, Michael White, Lee Thomas Miller)


ABOUT CRAIG MORGAN:
One of country music’s best-loved artists, Craig Morgan has made a name for himself with massive radio airplay of his signature hits:  “Bonfire,” “Almost Home,” “Redneck Yacht Club,” “That’s What I Love About Sunday” and “International Harvester. His newest single “This Ole Boy,” has just been delivered to country radio. Craig received one of country music’s highest honors when he was inducted as a member of the Grand Ole Opry in 2008. In addition to his career as a Country Music superstar, Craig is also a celebrated TV personality as the host of “Craig Morgan: All Access Outdoors,” currently in its second season on The Outdoor Channel. Prior to becoming a country music and TV sensation, Craig Morgan spent over 10 years of active duty in the Army and an additional nine years in the Army Reserves.  He is an avid supporter of America’s military personnel and a recipient of the 2006 USO Merit Award. For more information on Craig Morgan, please visit www.craigmorgan.com or follow him on Twitter @cmorganmusic.

EMMA WEBB PARTNERS WITH THE MISSISSIPPI RIVERKINGS


EMMA WEBB PARTNERS WITH THE MISSISSIPPI RIVERKINGS
“Sweet Tooth” named official theme song for the “Sweetheart of the Game”



(Southaven, MS – 10/18/2011) – 11 Year Old pop/country artist Emma Webb has partnered with the Mississippi RiverKings minor league hockey team for several performances and events throughout the 2011-2012 season.

Emma’s music will be heard at the Desoto Civic Center during every home game this upcoming season as her song “Sweet Tooth” has been named as the official theme song for the “Sweetheart of the Game” segment. 

In November, Webb will take part in the 9th Annual Face Off Field Trip event on November 15, 2011 where she will drop the puck at the beginning of the game and also perform a post-game song in front of a sold out crowd of 8,000. In addition to her involvement during the event, Webb will also have four advertisements prominently displayed in the Face Off Field Trip workbook that will be handed out to all who attend.

Later that same month, Webb has been tapped to perform the National Anthem at the RiverKings home game on Thanksgiving Day, while later in the season, she will once again drop the puck at the beginning of the game on February 10, 2012 and perform during both intermissions on March 2, 2012.

For more information on Emma Webb, please visit her official website at http://www.emmawebbmusic.com or her official facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/emmawebbmusic.

For more information on the Mississippi RiverKings, the Face Off Field Trip and more, please visit them on the web at: http://www.riverkings.com

LAURIE LEWIS Album SKIPPIN’ AND FLYIN


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Oct. 18, 2011
 
BLUEGRASS FIDDLER-VOCALIST
LAURIE LEWIS RELEASES
NEW ALBUM TODAY
 
Her New Album, SKIPPIN’ AND FLYIN,’
a ‘Lively ... Deep' Personal Tribute to Father of Bluegrass
 
Austin, TX — Bay Area “bluegrass/folk star” Laurie Lewis releases today her new full-length recording, called “a beautiful and landmark album” and “magnificent” by Country Standard Time, a heartfelt tribute to Father of Bluegrass Bill Monroe entitled SKIPPIN’ AND FLYIN’ (Spruce and Maple Music) that captures Lewis’ GRAMMY-winning vocals and special songwriting and arranging.
 
SKIPPIN’ AND FLYIN’ features a fine mix of songs by Monroe himself, Jimmie Rodgers, Maybelle Carter, Del McCoury, Flatt & Scruggs and Utah Phillips; special guest vocalists such as Linda Ronstadt; masterful instrumentation; and new tunes written and/or arranged by fiddler-vocalist-guitarist Lewis — each perfectly suited for the album, described by CST as “the most impressive Bill Monroe tribute to arrive this autumn” but also “the most understated.”
 
“ ... Lewis doesn’t simply mimic what Bill Monroe did in 1947 and 1957; she goes deeper, exploring what he may have heard and been impacted by in earlier years. In doing so, she gets to the roots of Bill Monroe in ways that many other artists have not attempted in 2011. ... By exploring Bill Monroe — his music, his tradition, his influences — in this manner, she has paid him the ultimate tribute,” says CST.
 
Lewis’ album release show is set for November 26, at Freight & Salvage in Berkeley, Calif.
 
She and her band, including her longtime musical partner, mandolin-mandola player and vocalist Tom Rozum, have been touring in support of the release, playing festivals from the East Coast (Virginia) to the West Coast (San Francisco) and making appearances at such events as World of Bluegrass, with more dates coming up.
 
Lewis, twice named IBMA Female Vocalist of the Year for her expressive voice and a GRAMMY Award winner and nominee, says, “I realize, looking back, that my one way as a musician and songwriter and my whole approach to making music were influenced in various ways by what I found in Bill Monroe’s music.”
 
For more information, visit http://www.mcguckinpr.com and www.laurielewis.com
 

Coy Taylor Showcase

Coy Taylor Showcase
Thursday, Oct. 20
6:00 p.m.
12th & Porter
(114 12th Ave. N)
 
 
North Kentucky native Coy Taylor has spent the past several weeks visiting radio stations across the country in support of his new single, "Fall For You" (impacting  radio now).
 
 

 
Additionally, he has been opening for the likes of Mark Chestnut, Jason Aldean and Craig Morgan, and recording with producer / artist Brady Seals and Grand Ole Opry Star Little Jimmy Dickens.

The Kentucky HeadHunters, "Dixie Lullabies" (Red Dirt)

Ramshackle rock from HeadHunters
 
By STEVEN WINE
 
The Kentucky HeadHunters, "Dixie Lullabies" (Red Dirt)

Influences are easy to identify on the latest album from the ZZ Rolling Stax Brothers.
 
The band's name is actually the Kentucky HeadHunters, and they borrow from the best on "Dixie Lullabies." The title cut creates a Stones-ish twin-guitar squall, while "Sugar Daddy" boogies like ZZ Top. "Tumblin' Roses" taps into Memphis soul, and "Little Miss Blues Breaker" recreates the rawest bits of the British Invasion.
 
All told, this is ramshackle rock for toe-tapping and keg-tapping. "Just Another Night" sounds like a street party, and elsewhere there are plenty of beery vocals and bourbon-soaked guitar riffs.
 
Twelve albums into their career, the HeadHunters clearly know what their audience wants. As one chugging chorus puts it: "She's in love with the swagger of my low-hung Les Paul Standard."
 
CHECK THIS TRACK OUT: The closing "Recollection Blues" is a departure from the rest of the set, and the smoky ballad peaks with Greg Martin's delicate guitar solo.

CMA Awards 2011 News

Alan Jackson is nominated for one CMA Award for Musical Event of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Photo courtesy of Capitol Records Nashville (EMI).





Blake Shelton's "All About Tonight" is nominated for the CMA Award for Album of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Nashville.






Blake Shelton is nominated for five CMA Awards: Entertainer of the Year, Single of the Year, Album of the Year, Male Vocalist of the Year and Music Video of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Nashville.






Brad Paisley is nominated for five CMA Awards: Entertainer of the Year, Album of the Year, Male Vocalist of the Year, Musical Event of the Year and Music Video of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Photo courtesy of Sony Music Nashville.






Brad Paisley's "This Is Country Music" is nominated for the CMA Award for Album of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Photo courtesy of Sony Music Nashville.






Brantley Gilbert is nominated for one CMA Award for Song of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.






Carrie Underwood is nominated for one CMA Award for Female Vocalist of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Photo courtesy of Sony Music Nashville.






Chris Young is nominated for one CMA Award for New Artist of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Photo courtesy of Randee St. Nicholas.






Colt Ford is nominated for one CMA Award for Song of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Photo courtesy of Lisa Carpenter. Interview with Cold Ford http://countrymusicnewsinternational.blogspot.com/2011/05/interview-with-cold-ford.html






Coy Bowles is nominated for one CMA Award for Song of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.






Dann Huff is nominated for one CMA Award for Musician of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.






David McClister is nominated for one CMA Award for Music Video of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.






Deana Carter is nominated for one CMA Award for Song of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.






Eric Church is nominated for one CMA Award for New Artist of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Photo courtesy of EMI Nashville.






Frank Rogers is nominated for one CMA Award for Album of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.






Grace Potter is nominated for two CMA Awards: Musical Event of the Year and Music Video of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Photo courtesy of Lauren Dukoff.






Jason Aldean is nominated for five CMA Awards: Entertainer of the Year, Single of the Year, Album of the Year, Male Vocalist of the Year and Musical Event of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Photo courtesy of James Minchin III.






Jason Aldean's "My Kinda Party" is nominated for the CMA Award for Album of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Photo courtesy of Broken Bow Records.






Jerry Douglas is nominated for one CMA Award for Musician of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.






Jim Shea is nominated for one CMA Award for Music Video of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.






Keith Stegall is nominated for two CMA Awards: Single of the Year and Album of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.






Keith Urban is nominated for two CMA Awards: Entertainer of the Year and Male Vocalist of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Photo courtesy of Capitol Records Nashville (EMI).






Kelly Clarkson is nominated for two CMA Awards: Single of the Year and Musical Event of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Photo courtesy of RCA Records.
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Kenny Chesney is nominated for three CMA Awards: Male Vocalist of the Year, Musical Event of the Year and Music Video of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Photo courtesy of Sony Music Nashville.






Kimberly Perry is nominated for one CMA Award for Song of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.






Lady Antebellum is nominated for one CMA Award for Vocal Group of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Photo courtesy of Capitol Records Nashville (EMI).






Levi Lowrey is nominated for one CMA Award for Song of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.






Little Big Town is nominated for one CMA Award for Vocal Group of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Photo courtesy of Capitol Records Nashville (EMI). Interview Little Big Town http://countrymusicnewsinternational.blogspot.com/2011/03/interview-mit-little-big-town.html






Loretta Lynn is nominated for one CMA Award for Musical Event of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.






Luke Bryan is nominated for one CMA Award for New Artist of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Photo courtesy of Capitol Records Nashville (EMI).






Mac McAnally is nominated for one CMA Award for Musician of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Photo courtesy of Melanie Shelley.






Martina McBride is nominated for one CMA Award for Female Vocalist of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Photo courtesy of Republic Nashville.
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Matraca Berg is nominated for one CMA Award for Song of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Photo courtesy of Glen Rose.






Miranda Lambert is nominated for two CMA Awards: Female Vocalist of the Year and Musical Event of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Photo courtesy of Randee St. Nicholas.






Montgomery Gentry is nominated for one CMA Award for Vocal Duo of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.






Nathan Chapman is nominated for one CMA Award for Album of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.






Paul Franklin is nominated for one CMA Award for Musician of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.






Paul Worley is nominated for one CMA Award for Single of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.






Rascal Flatts is nominated for one CMA Award for Vocal Group of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Photo courtesy of Big Machine Label Group.






Sam Bush is nominated for one CMA Award for Musician of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Photo courtesy of David McClister.
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Sara Evans is nominated for two CMA Awards: Single of the Year and Female Vocalist of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Photo courtesy of Russ Harrington.






Scott Hendricks is nominated for two CMA Awards: Single of the Year and Album of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.






Shaun Silva is nominated for one CMA Award for Music Video of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.






Sheryl Crow is nominated for one CMA Award for Musical Event of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Photo courtesy of Mark Seliger.






Steel Magnolia is nominated for one CMA Award for Vocal Duo of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Photo courtesy of Big Machine Label Group.






Sugarland is nominated for one CMA Award for Vocal Duo of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Photo courtesy of Jennifer Tzar. Interview Sugarland http://countrymusicnewsinternational.blogspot.com/2011/03/interview-with-jennifer-nettles-from.html






Taylor Swift is nominated for five CMA Awards: Entertainer of the Year, Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Female Vocalist of the Year and Music Video of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Photo courtesy of Joseph Anthony Baker.






Taylor Swift's "Speak Now" is nominated for the CMA Award for Album of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Photo courtesy of Big Machine Label Group.






The Band Perry is nominated for four CMA Awards: Single of the Year, Vocal Group of the Year, Music Video of the Year and New Artist of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.






The Civil Wars are nominated for one CMA Award for Vocal Duo of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Photo courtesy of Sensibility Music.






Thompson Square is nominated for one CMA Award for Vocal Duo of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Photo courtesy of Stoney Creek Records.






Tony Brown is nominated for one CMA Award for Single of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.






Trey Fanjoy is nominated for one CMA Award for Music Video of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.






Wyatt Durrette is nominated for one CMA Award for Song of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.






Zac Brown is nominated for one CMA Award for Song of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Photo courtesy of C. Taylor Crothers.






Zac Brown Band is nominated for four CMA Awards: Single of the Year, Album of the Year, Vocal Group of the Year and Musical Event of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Photo courtesy of C. Taylor Crothers.






Zac Brown Band's "You Get What You Give" is nominated for the CMA Award for Album of the Year. “The 45th Annual CMA Awards,” will be held Wednesday, Nov. 9 and broadcast live by the ABC Television Network from The Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.

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