Jess Jocoy Talks About Debut EP, New Heart / Old Soul

A upcoming country music singer songwriter originally from south of Seattle, Washington, and now a Nashville, Tennessee native, Jess Jocoy, is making her way in the country music scene around town, showcasing her unique new sound.

The artist recently got to chat with me all about the process of making her intriguing debut EP, New Heart / Old Soul, about creating the songs on the project, along with how the music is relatable while going through different phrases in life. She also talks about what the special thing is about country music that caught her eye.  Continue reading

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Lexi Lauren Talks About Christmas EP, California Christmas 

It’s that time of year where we are all pulling out our favorite Christmas music to play during the holidays, and, Lexi Lauren is joining in on the Christmas spirit this season, as she just released her Christmas inspired EP, California Christmas.

The young upcoming country music artist, chatted with me recently about the new record and is thrilled to be sharing some holiday tunes with y’all to help spread the joy during the holiday season. Lauren wrote the original tune and title track to the Christmas themed EP, and also came up with a great concept for songs to record for the project. Continue reading

Exclusive Interview with Chance McKinney 

A country music singer songwriter hailing from Montana, Chance McKinney, has been working hard for several years now in the country music industry.

Most recently the country artist found time to talk with me about making music, and his exciting upcoming tour. Along with that, we also talked about his new EP, I, and one of his most memorable moments that McKinney has had so far in his career. Continue reading

The Brothers Footman Talks Debut Single & More

In country music these days, half of the time, you can expect what the music is going to be like. Although every once in a while, a new interesting sound comes along to mix up the game.

A new intriguing band, The Brothers Footman, has brought a great new addition to music with their debut single, Lil’ Mo Time. The group recently chatted with me about their first single, along with another song they just released, and lots of more music to come.  Continue reading

Exclusive Interview with Spencer Crandall

A very fast rising country music artist, Spencer Crandall, hailing from Denver, Colorado, is making his way through the country music industry, with not only his voice and style but also with help from social media.

The singer/songwriter recently found time to chat with me about his music, being a singer/songwriter, why he thinks social media has played a key part in his career, and his current single!

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Exclusive Interview with Sarah Darling 

A woman in country music, Sarah Darling, has been making her way through the country music industry for years, from landing on Scotty McCreery’s headlining tour, to being on a reality television competition show, that led her to being asked to perform by the one and only, Brad Paisley on the historic Grand Ole Opry stage.

With everything that is going on in Darling’s career, the singer found time to talk with me about some of her musical influences, about new music such as her latest single as well as her new album, Dream Country, along with something fans might be surprised to know about the aspiring singer!  Continue reading

Emily’s Pick: Top 3 Favorite Country Christmas Songs & Albums

It’s that time of year when everyone just wants to enjoy the holiday season by gathering around a fire, drinking some hot chocolate, and listening to their favorite holiday songs or albums.

The holidays mean something different to everyone, and I know every person has their own favorite holiday music (or lack of it), but, I’m definitely in the group of people I described in the first paragraph. So, I thought this is the perfect opportunity to make a list of MY top favorite Christmas songs and albums.  Continue reading

Keith Urban’s Most Recent Single – Timeless and Classic

Country singer, Keith Urban is primarily known for his upbeat, hard-driving contemporary style. His latest single, Blue Ain’t Your Color, from his current album, RipCord, released this past September,  is a clear departure from that sound and style his fans know and love.

Urban is no stranger to the occasional romantic or heartbreak song, but Blue Ain’t Your Color is beautifully written in a classic, waltz-style, which is a welcomed relief in a country market that’s becoming saturated with similar sounding music, production, and lyrics.

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