Back in March, we told you about J.Antonette, the rising country pop singer who had recently released a potential crossover hit with her single, “Something I Said.”
Much has happened in that time. For one thing, she came to Nashville and decided to stay. And, somewhere in the midst of coming to Music City and beginning to write at a superhuman pace, she found time to drop some visuals for the aforementioned single.
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As the summer heat rises, we’re proud to bring you another weekly installment of fire from here, there, and anywhere.
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Embracing life’s journey with a taste for adventure is the key theme of “Home,” the new single from New York country artist Stephanie Ryann.
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We have loads of new releases on this week’s edition of UMC20.
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When you listen to rising country artist Lauren Davidson, you’ll notice that her sound stretches well beyond the confines of traditional country. Davidson’s music incorporates an edgy rock and roll demeanor, and her lyrical storytelling ability draws influence from some of history’s great singer-songwriters.
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We’re about a third of the way through 2019. It’s the last Monday of April, and that means it’s time for the best tracks of the month that was.
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As we’ve seen lately on UMC, there are fresh, new shades of country pop coming out of the New York market right now, powered by women whose voices and willpower are equally strong.
Add Raquel de Souza to that list!
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Rising country pop singer J.Antonette just might have a crossover hit on her hands. That’s the impression we get after a couple listens to her new single, “Something I Said.”
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It was a Monday night in Nashville. And, just like any night in Music City, variety was all around us — even in the same room.
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Nashville-based singer Stephanie Owens is a woman of faith with powerful country pipes and an affinity for the big hook. That much is apparent on her self-titled five-song EP.