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Also, while some of these songs may have come out in late 2016, and may have even landed a low spot on my wrap up of the year, they were ones that were predominantly played (if they made the radio) so far in the 2017 calendar year. Also, I’ve always loved “Stripes” so I was glad that this song found its way on the setlist. You find yourself looking through a long list of great, up-and-coming country music artists when all of a sudden, a wave of fans reach out to you to tell you all about their favorite artist(s). Others may be primed for success later this year so keep your ears open! Another highlight would be the live performance of “Girl Next Door“, a song which goes back to the roots of country music and also landed at #18 in my “Top 50 of 2016…So Far“. Yes, there are some great songs being written, but they’re being buried and that’s a damn shame. That’s what happened to me this week as I was introduced to the music of Kari Lynch. No, Blake Shelton has answered this very questions in the past in his blog at No, Blake Shelton is not the son of Ricky Van Shelton. It’s that time of year again where I like to take a quick look at my favorite country music songs of the year so far. Clark has a new album out, “Big Day in a Small Town“, which tells the stories of the football star, the father, the homecoming queen and the hairdresser. Because those are the stories and people that Clark grew up knowing in her “small town”. Note that not all songs may be “traditional country”. “Broke” – Brandy Clark/Shane Mc Anally/Josh Osborne 5.
Others may not have been played much (if at all) when they should have been, in my own, personal opinion. In fact, one is only a couple years from dating age. Clark is active on social media so make sure to check her out on Facebook and follow her on Twitter [email protected] Brandy Clark. I also have to give thanks to one of the best photographers out there…Rudy Sabin (see his photo above). Be sure to check out his website for some samples of his work and follow him on Twitter at @rudyphoto. Categories: Uncategorized Tags: Barbara Mandrell, Barry Dean, Belmont University, Billy Currington, Brandy Clark, Brandy Clark Review, Concert Review, Country Music, Country Review, Darius Rucker, Grammy, Grammy Award, Kacey Musgraves, KRTY, Le Ann Rimes, Loretta Lynn, Luke Laird, Merle Haggard, Miranda Lambert, Reba, Rodeo Club, Ronnie Milsap, Setlist, Sheryl Crow, Steve Moakler, Steve Moakler Review, The Band Perry, The Eagles, Thomas Rhett, Travis Meadows Comments: Be the first to comment It’s funny sometimes. After graduation, Clark landed a job with Leadership Music, which led to her eventual publishing deal. As a teenager, she discovered the music business program at Belmont University, so she enrolled and moved to Nashville in 1998. “Raise ‘Em Up“, Keith Urban featuring Eric Church 50. The rumor mills are swirling this morning and Miranda Lambert is directly in the eye of the storm!According to Us Weekly Miranda has moved on from ex-boyfriend Anderson East and is reportedly dating Turnpike Troubadours singer Evan Felker.