Brown, BRELAND, Crockett release new music
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Brown, BRELAND, Crockett release new music

Friday, September 9, 2022 – Kane Brown, releases his third studio album, "Different Man," today. The 17-track album features previously released songs "Grand," number one song "Like I Love Country Music," "Whiskey Sour," chart topper "One Mississippi," "Leave You Alone" and features from Blake Shelton and his wife Katelyn Brown. The album showcases production work from Brown himself along with Dann Huff, Andrew Goldstein, Lindsay Rimes and Ilya Toshinskiy.

BRELAND makes his debut with "Cross Country." The New Jersey-born singer collaborates with Ingrid Andress, Lady A, Mickey Guyton, Thomas Rhett and Keith Urban on the release. BRELAND helped write every song of the 14-track set alongside songwriters including Ashley Gorley, HARDY, Sam Hunt, ERNEST snf Ryan Hurd. Guyton helps out on the title track, while Rhett is on the uptempo "Praise The Lord " and "Throw It Back."

Charley Crockett's latest album, "The Man From Waco," is out with the lead single "I'm Just A Clown." Produced by Bruce Robison, who is also Crockett's manager and and a singer/songwriter, "The Man from Waco" took shape from a series of sessions at Robison's studio in Lockhart, Texas. Recorded live to tape, this is the first time Crockett's longtime band The Blue Drifters have recorded an entire album with him.

The TV show "Monarch," starring Trace Adkins and Susan Sarandon, premieres Sunday. The first EP is out today with songs from the first show. The EP includes original track "The Brambles," performed by Adkins ("Old Henry") and Golden Globe nominee Anna Friel ("Pushing Daisies"), as well as covers of country classics including "Family Tradition," performed by cast members Friel, Beth Ditto, Inigo Pascual, Joshua Sasse; "Good Hearted Woman," performed by Adkins; and "How Do I Live," performed by Friel and Ditto. The songs were produced by series executive music producer Adam Anders and co-produced by Peer Astrom.

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CD review - Different Man It's easy to be skeptical about Kane Brown's country music credibility, as he often times releases music that has more in common with R&B than anything honky tonk-ready. Those who watched Brown perform "Grand" on the MTV VMAs this year, might not even know there's a country music bone in his body. That cut is far more in The Weeknd stylistic spectrum than the rest of the album, though. In contrast, "I Love You Like I Love Country Music," which is getting ...
CD review - Experiment There's not a lot of room for argument to say that men singing country music today are different than the stars on the old Porter Wagoner show. Many have ditched the cowboy hat. They're hip-hop fans, video game junkies and spent most of their teenage money on tattoos. Kane Brown checks all these boxes and more. He's biracial, for example, subverting a country culture that seemed a little too exclusive for this century. And he built his following via the internet, not in clubs (a ...
CD review - Lonesome as a Shadow The fourth release from Austin-based singer/songwriter (and descendent of American folk hero Davy Crockett) Charley Crockett is an appealing mix of country, rockabilly and soul. Recorded in Memphis at Sam Phillips Recording Service, the studio Phillips established in 1960 after his Sun years, producer Matt Ross-Spang (Jason Isbell) achieves an authentic retro '60s sound throughout. The strongest country tracks are "The Sky's Become Teardrops," which showcases Nathan Fleming on ...

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