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Country Weekly 2015-10-05 Shooting Star Power: CMA New Artist of the Year Nominees

Country Weekly 2015-10-05 Shooting Star Power: CMA New Artist of the Year Nominees

Five of country music’s most talented newcomers are vying for this year’s CMA New Artist of the Year Award. Winning the CMA New Artist of the Year Award is more than a nice feather in your cap—it’s a pretty accurate barometer of future country music success. Since the inception of the award in 1981—when it…MORE

Turnpike Troubadours Hit Another Mile Marker With New Self-Titled Album

Turnpike Troubadours Hit Another Mile Marker With New Self-Titled Album

Turnpike Troubadours frontman Evan Felker is cracking a cold can of Corona at his pad on a late summer afternoon (closer to noon than after) in Okemah, Okla., a town of less than 3,500 people that folk-singing icon Woody Guthrie used to call home. Nowadays, the locals are pretty proud of ol’ Woody. You can…MORE

Country Weekly 2015-10-05 Nash Next Spotlight Artist: The Band Perry

Country Weekly 2015-10-05 Nash Next Spotlight Artist: The Band Perry

Though “If I Die Young” may have given The Band Perry a career-defining hit very early in the sibling trio’s career, Kimberly, Reid and Neil aren’t content to try to duplicate its quaint, folky style for a life of diminishing returns. The group’s sophomore album, Pioneer, showcased them branching out into arena rock with amped…MORE

Richard Sterban of the Oak Ridge Boys: Mr. Baseball

Richard Sterban of the Oak Ridge Boys: Mr. Baseball

Originally published in the October 5, 2015 issue of Country Weekly magazine.  The Oak Ridge Boys’ Richard Sterban steps up to the plate to share his passion for the National Pastime during the first part of our four-part series on the Oaks. The Oak Ridge Boys—Duane Allen, Joe Bonsall, William Lee Golden and Richard Sterban—represent…MORE

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Rose Colored

Rose Colored

Maggie Rose will drop her new album, Change the Whole Thing, on Sept. 21, with upcoming tour stops in Nashville (Sept. 26) and Atlanta (Sept. 27).