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Today's Links July 13, 2014

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  • Marcus Prouse – 21st Century Cowboy

    Marcus Prouse is not your average country singer. Hailing from Ireland, his brand of country sounds much more similar to modern country in America, rather than the music of his roots. Luckily, the emotions that fill up music – especially country music – are universal. There is no lack of story-telling in Prouse’s songs. You’ll find it all here – in-depth tales of colorful characters, and plenty of heartache and longing. The 2007 album 21st Century Cowboy tells...

    The post Marcus Prouse – 21st Century Cowboy appeared first on Music News Nashville.

  • What’s More Important: Product or Publicity?

    In response to a post Grassrootsy put up a few weeks ago, How Do I Get My Stuff Featured on Music Blogs?, one of their readers asked for advice on how to get blog writers to review his music. The post got plenty of hits and even a number comments and helpful suggestions from music reviewers (check the comments section). After a lengthy response, Grassrootsy received a pretty angry letter from the artist who submitted the original question. With...

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  • The Resonant Human: The Science of How Tempo Affects Us

    You’re walking along, enjoying some of your favorite music on a pair of headphones, when all of a sudden you realize you’re re-enacting Survivor’s “Eye of the Tiger” video, stepping in time to the music like someone on a mission: Left foot in sync with a bass drum, right foot with the snare, or vice versa. Depending on your disposition, you might feel emboldened or embarrassed. If it’s the latter, take heart. There may be biological reasons why your steps fit ...

    The post The Resonant Human: The Science of How Tempo Affects Us appeared first on Music News Nashville.

  • Lavendine – Feel My Way

    “One thing is for sure – you’ll walk away singing what you’ve heard,” writes the pop duo Lavendine on their website. These sisters from Oklahoma, with easy, feminine warmth to their vocals and melodic tunes, turn that boast into reality on their debut album “Feel My Way,” released on the 400 SWC Records label. Produced by Jacy and Jana Ayers, along with Jacy’s husband Daniel and Danny Duncan, this collection of ten songs - all written and co-written...

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  • Dan Cohen – Bluebird

    Veteran sideman / musician Dan Cohen has already achieved plenty of milestones in his career. He has played the stage of the heralded Ryman Auditorium, played behind some of the biggest acts in the business, and written with many of the most talented songwriters in Music City. So, with all that, you might expect his latest disc to be a great Country disc. Well, you'd be wrong. For all of his ties to Nashville artists and...

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  • Lionel Richie and Cee Lo Green in Concert in Atlanta

    Singer-songwriter, musician, record producer and actor, all monikers that apply to Lionel Richie who made a stop on his tour in Atlanta at the Chastain Park Amphitheatre. There, he performed his solo hits, as well as songs from his Commodore days, for a sold-out audience. Opening for the legendary performer was Cee Lo Green, whose single "Fuck You" became the biggest hit of his career to date. Along with appearing as a judge on the singing competition...

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Today's Links July 7, 2014

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  • The Loudermilks – Self Titled

    If you are a student of music history, you might know that the Louvin Brothers' real last name was Loudermilk. This five-piece band, based in North Carolina, is very familiar with that fact, and took their name as a tribute to the tight and pristine harmonies from Ira and Charlie. On their album, you will find plenty of the same - though the music is very much different - a little more rock-influences at some spots, with even a hint...

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