Megan O'Shea

Hear It Here: ‘We Were Like’ by Kelsea Ballerini

By Megan O'Shea | October 31, 2018

  Kelsea Ballerini has new music out to share with fans! ‘We Were Like’ is a catchy up beat song that will get you dancing immediately. There isn’t any news on Ballerini’s next album. However, she recently released a deluxe version of her last album, Unapologetically,  which features a live version of ‘Landslide’ as well…

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Pistol Annies Find Freedom In New Video For ‘Got My Named Changed Back’

By Megan O'Shea | October 30, 2018

*This content is sponsored in part by Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City.   Pistol Annies are making the tedious and painful process of changing your last name back after divorce a little more glamorous in their new music video. ‘Got My Name Changed Back’ is one of the first songs the all-girl band released…

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Top 10 Keith Urban Songs

By Megan O'Shea | October 26, 2018

In honor of Keith Urban’s 51st birthday today, we’re looking back through his extensive catalog and ever growing career. In 1991 he released his first album and has followed it with another 10 albums. He’s released more than 40 songs as singles and at least 10 of them have climbed to the top of the…

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Nashville Singer Elle Mears Rewrites Your Country Favorites In Female’s Perspective

By Megan O'Shea | October 24, 2018

Elle Mears is a Nashville based country singer who has made name for herself as an original artist but has also gained attention for her extremely creative covers. She has taken songs like ‘Boy’ by Lee Brice and ‘Marry Me’ by Thomas Rhett and changed the lyrics to show the female perspective.     She…

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Hear It Here: ‘Die From A Broken Heart’ by Maddie & Tae

By Megan O'Shea | October 23, 2018

  In Maddie & Tae turn to their mamas for advice in their new single ‘Die From A Broken Heart’. This is the second single they’ve released off of their upcoming concept album. The new album will tell the story of a relationship from the very beginning to after it’s over and even through the…

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