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Saint Motel Goes Gold With “My Type”

on October 9, 2017 - 3:00pm

Saint Motel’s breakout single “My Type” has officially been certified gold by the RIAA for sales equivalents exceeding 500,000. The title track of the band’s 2014 My Type EP proved a Top 10 Alternative radio and Top 5 Triple A smash here in the US, garnering nearly 80 million streams on Spotify.  In addition, the “My Type” companion video – directed by Saint Motel frontman A/J Jackson – is approaching almost 20 million views!

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Saint Motel Releases Official Video for “Destroyer”

on October 5, 2017 - 3:01pm

Saint Motel just released the brand new official video for “Destroyer” off their album saintmotelevision!

Watch right here:

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New Jamie Lawson Album Happy Accidents Out Now

on September 29, 2017 - 10:49am

Jamie Lawson just released his incredible new album Happy Accidents featuring the single “Can’t See Straight” and much more! Get the album HERE and watch Jamie’s acoustic video of “Can’t See Straight” with special guest Ed Sheeran below.

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Watch Shooter Jennings & Friends – “Do You Love Texas?” Lyric Video

on September 29, 2017 - 10:17am

Shooter Jennings just released Texas tribute song “Do You Love Texas?” feat. Ray Benson, Jason Boland, Kris Kristofferson, Kacey Musgraves, Whiskey Myers, and Randy Rogers. All profits from the single will go to the Rebuild Texas Fund: https://www.rebuildtx.org. Additionally, in continued collaboration with producer Dave Cobb, the Ram Truck brand has proudly contributed $25,000 to support the song’s release.

Get the song HERE and watch the lyric video below! 

 

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Hear Anderson East, Chris Shiflett Talk Meeting Dave Cobb, Chris Stapleton Tour

on September 25, 2017 - 3:58pm

From Rolling Stone Country: “With less than a half-dozen upcoming shows on the books, Anderson East is approaching his first significant break from the road in ages. "From the time we put out that last record until now, we've done just shy of about 300 shows a year," he tells Chris Shiflett during this week's episode of Walking the Floor, which focuses on East's career as a full-throated soul singer and recording engineer.

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