Archive for the ‘David Nail’ Category
Eli Young Band – 10,000 Towns
1. Drunk Last Night | 2. 10,000 Towns | 3. Dust | 4. Angel Like You | 5. Let’s Do Something Tonight | 6. Your Last Broken Heart | 7. What Does | 8. A Lot Like Love | 9. Just Add Moonlight | 10. Revelations | 11. Prayer For The Road
12. Traces | 13. June July August | 14. The Moon’s On Fire
Where To Buy*:
Walmart Exclusive – $13.88
Regular – Target – $9.99 | Amazon & Walmart – $11.88 | Best Buy – $11.99
David Nail – I’m A Fire
1. Whatever She’s Got | 2. Broke My Heart | 3. Burnin’ Bed | 4. When They’re Gone (Lyle County) (feat. Little Big Town) | 5. Brand New Day | 6. Kiss You Tonight | 7. The Secret | 8. Countin’ Cars | 9. Easy Love | 10. I’m A Fire | 11. Galveston (feat. Lee Ann Womack)
Where To Buy*:
Best Buy – $9.99 | Amazon & Walmart – $10
Kevin Fowler – How Country Are Ya?
1. Intro (feat. Earl Dibbles Jr.) | 2. How Country Are Ya? | 3. Guitars and Guns | 4. Before Somebody Gets Hurt | 5. The Weekend | 6. If I Could Make A Livin’ Drinkin’ | 7. Panhandle Poorboy | 8. Borracho Grande | 9. Love Song | 10. Habit I Can’t Break | 11. The Girls I Go With | 12. Beer Me | 13. Mousturdonus (Instrumental) | 14. Whiskey and I | 15. Chicken Wing
Where To Buy*:
Amazon & Walmart – $10 | Target – $11.19 | Best Buy – $11.99
Rascal Flatts – Rewind EP (Walmart Exclusive)
1. Rewind | 2. Why Wait | 3. Come Wake Me Up | 4. Dancing On My Grave
Where To Buy*:
Walmart – $5
Upcoming Country Music Releases**:
March 11th – Luke Bryan – Spring Break 6…Like We Ain’t Ever
March 11th – Sara Evans – Slow Me Down
March 18th – 2014 ACM Awards ‘ZinePak
March 25th – Jerrod Niemann – High Noon
April 1st – Josh Thompson – Turn It Up
April 1st – Dan+Shay – Where It All Began
April 8th – Martina McBride – Everlasting
April 29th – Kip Moore – TBA
June 3rd – Rascal Flatts – TBD
*Prices based on Sunday Ads or online prices and are subject to change at any time. **Dates are subject to change without notice
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CMT has added six stars on the verge of breaking out to its 2014 LISTEN UP campaign, selecting acts from across major and indie labels, as well as unsigned artists. Cole Swindell, Dan + Shay, David Nail, Jerrod Niemann, Sundy Best and Thomas Rhett will be highlighted across CMT platforms throughout the year in a multi-platform initiative introducing their music to a passionate music fan-base. Viewers will get an inside look at the personal lives and careers of these artists through live performances, new photos, social chats and interviews that showcase why fans should “listen up.” Additional LISTEN UP artists will be named later this year.
Danielle Bradbery kicked off the 2014 class officially last week, debuting five new performances exclusively at www.listenup.cmt.com, and on the just-launched CMT Artists App for iPhone. The five-song set includes her hit single, “The Heart of Dixie,” as well as “Talk About Love,” “Never Like This,” “My Day” and “Wild Boy,” from her Big Machine Records debut album.
“The idea behind LISTEN UP is to introduce fans to artists on the rise or artists who are about to take the next big step in their career. It is music discovery at its core,” said Leslie Fram, SVP of Music Strategy, CMT. “We’re excited to get behind this diverse mix of incredibly talented artists, and LISTEN UP is just the first of many opportunities to highlight them across CMT.”
CMT launched LISTEN UP in 2011 as a way to showcase emerging artists online. Since then, the franchise has expanded to take advantage of the network’s broad reach across television, radio and on its social networks. More than 22 artists have been featured, including recent alums Hunter Hayes, Kacey Musgraves, Brett Eldredge, Cassadee Pope, Brantley Gilbert, Lauren Alaina, Charlie Worsham, Jana Kramer, Dustin Lynch, Casey James and Jon Pardi, among others.
For more information, visit www.listenup.cmt.com, like CMT on Facebook and follow @CMT on Twitter using #ListenUp to join the conversation.
David Nail’s No. 1 hit “Whatever She’s Got,” the first single off his forthcoming album, I’m A Fire, has just been certified PLATINUM by the RIAA for sales of 1 million singles sold.
At an event held last night Nail celebrated his No. 1 hit with friends in the Nashville music industry as well as celebrating the release of his new album, I’m A Fire. During the celebration, UMG Nashville Chairman & CEO, Mike Dungan, surprised Nail with a plaque for the hit single reaching PLATINUM status certified by the RIAA.
Next week on March 4th, Nail will release his third album I’m A Fire; an album that reflects Nail being in the best place both personally and professionally that he’s ever been. Fans can now visit David’s website to pre-order I’m A Fire.
Following the success of “Whatever She’s Got” at country radio, on February 18 Nail released his second single from I’m A Fire, “Kiss You Tonight.” The current radio single was written by David Cook, Jay Knowles and Trent Summar.
Catch Nail performing “Kiss You Tonight” and “Whatever She’s Got” out on the road with Darius Rucker on the True Believers Tour, Lady Antebellum for select dates on their Take Me Downtown Tour and Nail’s own headlining dates this spring.
For more information on David Nail and for a full list of tour dates visit www.davidnail.com
Brantley Gilbert, Chris Young, Tyler Farr, JT Hodges, Charlie Worsham, David Nail & More Added to Tree Town Music Festival
If Country Music falls in a forest and there IS someone around to hear it, does it make a sound? It certainly will in Forest City, Iowa this Memorial Day weekend (May 24-25, 2014)!
The inaugural Tree Town Music Festival, which previously announced Brad Paisley and Toby Keith as headliners, are excited to announce the addition of Brantley Gilbert, Chris Young, Tyler Farr, Charlie Worsham, David Nail, JT Hodges, Leah Turner, Sarah Darling and The Last Ride to the star-studded line-up.
In addition to the musical extravaganza, Tree Town Music Festival will feature “Little Nashville,” a stage bringing the excitement of Nashville’s world-famous Broadway to Iowa (opens to campers and ticket-holders on Friday, May 23 from 6pm to 2am as well as during the festival), beer tents, a variety of food vendors, rock climbing, bounce houses and much more for the entire weekend.
Set against the picturesque backdrop of Heritage Park, Tree Town Music Festival is bringing Nashville to Iowa with non-stop music from two stages and other on-site entertainment during the day and a Country Music party night under stars. If you’re looking for the full-festival experience, the campgrounds boast over 1800 campsites on more than 200 acres. The fun continues in the campgrounds, with flip cup competitions, golf cart taxis, food and drink vendors and more.
VIP tickets are also available for those looking for the premium Tree Town Music Festival experience. VIP ticket holders will be given prime seating, with the best view of the main stage, the closest parking to the festival entrance, access to mouth-watering catered food from 1:30pm to 8pm on May 24-25 and discounted drinks at a private bar.
Two-day general admission passes (May 24-25) are available for the early-bird price of $120 until March 14th. Campsites are available starting at $100. For more info on tickets, camping or for any of your Tree Town Music Festival needs, please visit: treetownfestival.com or call 877-569-7767.