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Josh Gracin

Josh Gracin
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Josh Gracin, re-focused on his music, New Album “Nothin Like Us” Part One Available now! Gracin released a hit single “Drink It Gone” in the summer of 2013 and is currently in studio working on a new album, Worth This Love, slated to be released in 2014. A Michigan native who grew up listening to country and R&B music, Gracin catapulted to fame after auditioning for the hit television series American Idol in 2003 during the show’s second season.
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Whitney Woerz

Whitney Woerz
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As a rising 16-year-old singer/songwriter and junior at the High School of the Performing Arts in New York City, Whitney Woerz is equal parts passion and talent. Combining an alternative pop sound with lyrics firmly rooted in personal experience, Whitney’s music possesses a depth and sonic maturity that extends well beyond her years. Her honesty and transparency produce profoundly impactful music that poignantly depicts a multitude of personal experiences that are accompanied by a range of emotions. Her latest EP, Iridescent, was released Summer 2017 via 600 Volt with distribution provided by RED. Touching on life’s intersections of teen angst, un-requited love, friendship and emotional challenges, Whitney has a professional musical maturity that has been compared to that of Sara Bareilles, Alessia Cara, and Tori Kelly. Whitney’s honesty is apparent on the hard hitting, “Misplaced Your Love,” which explores the struggles that can arise in relationships, while Whitney’s ability to transcend genres is apparent in the R&B and funk infused “Carousel.” “Missing You More,” tackles the loss of a loved one in a poignant ballad that showcases Whitney’s remarkable vocal range, while the EP’s first single Idea of Her, pairs an infectious melody with a warning to look deeper than the image a person is presenting. Whitney’s strength as a songwriter stems from her ability to poignantly and accurately depict a multitude of relevant teenage issues. She is a teen ambassador for Glenn Close’s non-profit organization, BringChange2Mind and has made a commitment to share a portion of her profits with the organization. Through her music, Whitney has emerged as an advocate against bullying. In her own voice and her own way, 16-year-old Whitney Woerz is coming of age. Her music is well beyond her years. Her lyrics are sincere and forthcoming – a recipe for a bond that will no doubt see her sharing her musical journey with her fans.
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Shane Owens

Shane Owens
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Shane Owens makes traditional country music for the modern world. Timeless and timely, it's a classic sound with a contemporary edge, driven forward by a mix of southern storytelling, Bible Belt twang, and Owens' big, booming baritone. Long before he hand-built his career in the honky-tonks and country clubs of the southeast, Owens grew up in Alabama. In many ways, it was a classic American upbringing, filled with family, faith, and music. Owens shines a light on those old-school values with his newest album, working closely with a roster of country music's top songwriters — including Bob Diperio, Greg Barnhill, Tony Stampley, Wynn Varble, Brian Callihan and Trent Willmon — for his most upbeat collection of songs to date. The record's lead single, "Lie," finds Owens mixing twang and humor in equal doses. A tale of one man's desperate attempt to woo a woman, it unveils a new side of the singer, shining a light on the country traditionalist's good-natured wit. The song makes its debut in April 2018, paving the way for a full-length album produced by Steve Popovich Jr. and Joe Kelly. Owens recorded "Lie" — along with the rest of the upcoming record — in Nashville's Sound Emporium Recording Studios in early 2018. Popovich Jr. tapped guitar legend Tom Bukovac (known for his work with Vince Gill, Joe Walsh, and other icons) as bandleader, filling out the all-star studio band with musicians like Chris Mchugh, Tony Lucido, Charlie Judge, Kris Donegan and Scotty Sanders. Together, they captured a sound filled with fiddle, pedal steel and all the hallmarks of classic country music. On an album filled with all-star instrumentalists, though, its Owens who shines the brightest, delivering each song with the same supersized voice that once shook the pews of his hometown church. "Like a lot of my favorite country singers, grew up singing gospel music," says Owens, who grew up listening to artists like Randy Travis and Keith Whitley. "I grew up the same way, and I've stayed true to my traditional country roots. I'm still singing about going to church, eating fried chicken, and keeping it country. Why wouldn't I? Once you start trying to be something you're not, that's when you lose track of where you're headed."Longtime country music journalist Robert K. Oermann agrees, pointing to Owens' traditional approach as his strongest weapon. "I like to think that there are cycles in [country] music," Oermann explains. "Usually, the pendulum swings out and the pop-country people bring in a whole lot of new listeners, and then the new listeners discover real country music. Then there's usually a swing back to more traditional styles. I hope we're on the cusp of that… and if we are, Shane is perfectly positioned." A self-made road warrior who was recently named "Independent Artist of the Year" by Music-Row Magazine at its CRS Breakout Awards, Owens continues to maintain an active schedule of barroom shows and festival appearances. He made his Grand Ole Opry debut in 2017. He also appearing at summertime events like CMA Fest and Jamboree In the Hills, both of which were voted as the top two American country music festivals of the year. Cracker Barrel has picked Owens' music to appear in several of the store's exclusive releases, including Country Faith America and Country Faith Love Songs, while Netflix included his song "Country Never Goes Out of Style" in the popular series The Ranch. No wonder Rolling Stone Country named Shane Owens one of the magazine's "10 New Country Artists You Need to Know!" New music. New album. New shows. Shane Owens continues to more forward, but he also remains rooted in the sound that launched his career, breathing new life into a sound that's at once fresh and familiar. "I've grown my business the old-school way," he explains. "I played the honky-tonks for years. I developed myself and my sound. It can be tough when you've got a traditional sound, but I can't be anything I'm not. If it was easy to do, everybody would do it. And I'm nowhere near done doing it."
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Irlene Mandrell

Irlene Mandrell
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Irlene Mandrell, a Texas native and the youngest of the world famous Mandrell Sisters, holds her star on the Country Music Walkway of Stars. Irlene has received numerous awards including two Music City News Comedy Act of the Year awards and most recently received the NACMAI Award.  Barbara Mandrell and the Mandrell Sisters aired on NBC and in the UK, with over 40 million viewers. Throughout her exciting career, Irlene appeared on numerous television shows and starred in the Country variety series Hee Haw with Roy Clark and Buck Owens for the last eight years. Irlene is currently working on an inspirational book focused on her family, and just released a patriotic album, titled Thanks To You, on Reviver Records, dedicated to those who serve our country.
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