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Josh Fuller Releases “On The Radio”

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Josh Fuller is pleased to announce the release of his fourth radio single, “On The Radio.”* The first track from the forthcoming album, KEEP ON BEIN’ ME, the up-tempo tune was penned by Fuller and produced by Jason Rooks. Dominated by lead and slide guitar, this driving rocker layers electric guitars with a hint of piano/keyboards and hard hitting drums to provide a full, polished and edgy sound. “On The Radio” is impacting radio now with Ed Spacek of The Spacek Company as promoter. The single will be available May 12th on iTunes, Amazon, and Fuller’s website through indieExtreme/ InGrooves Fontana.

“Music is a powerful mood altering drug; the right song at the right time connects with your soul,” states Fuller. “We can’t always control what happens in our day to day life, but we all have that song — that song that makes us forget our troubles, put your hands up and start dancing. ‘On the Radio’ is an attempt to capture that moment when your song, your jam, comes on the radio and, at that moment, everything is okay.”

Fuller’s previous radio singles have all spent 20+ weeks on the chart and partly inspired the storyline for his latest effort. Also a snapshot of Fuller’s daily life, “On The Radio” is a tale of trying to get the wife and kids fed and out the door on a hectic morning. It’s while sitting in traffic after finally getting on the road, as the lyrics flow and the chorus begins, that the double meaning envelops both artist and fan as “their song” comes on unexpectedly. Featuring a cool intro, catchy hook, screaming guitar solo and a cool ending, Fuller tried to capture this special moment in a song.

“Every story has multiple layers and, for me as an artist, this song represents the excitement of hearing a song I wrote on the radio while I’m handling all the duties as a husband and father,” Fuller stated. “The emotion of the moment is very exciting and almost impossible to describe. Hearing your song over the air, whether you wrote it or just connect to it, never gets old. I am excited to release this latest single and I hope that everyone enjoys ‘On The Radio’.” 

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Cam Debuts Charismatic “My Mistake” Lyric Video


Refreshing new Arista Nashville singer/songwriter Cam shines in the engaging new lyric video for her debut single, “My Mistake,” which premiered earlier this week on

Featured on her recently released Welcome to Cam Country – EP, “My Mistake” is the first single and first taste of exciting things to come from the California-born singer/songwriter, whose music and personality have been making believers out of fans and industry alike.

Picked by Spotify as the Country Spotlight artist to watch in 2015, fans are indeed watching and listening, with the songs on Cam’s EP having collectively amassed 7 million streams in less than three months, with more than 2.3 million for “My Mistake” alone.  You can check it out at

With each song co-written by Cam, her four-song digital Welcome to Cam Country – EP is available for sale at

Cam’s EP and upcoming full-length album are produced by GRAMMY®-winner Jeff Bhasker (Bruno Mars, Beyoncé, FUN., The Rolling Stones, Taylor Swift) and Tyler Johnson (Ed Sheeran, OneRepublic, Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus, Mikky Ekko).

Sammy Kershaw to Release ‘I Won’t Back Down’ This Summer!

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With a legacy that stretches across three decades, encompasses gold and platinum sales, and includes numerous iconic hit singles, Sammy Kershaw is gearing up for the June 9th release of I Won’t Back Down on Cleopatra Records.

I Won’t Back Down is a mixture of all things Kershaw, ranging from the romantic yearnings of “Lay Back Down” and “Let’s Lay Here Forever” to the heartfelt regret of the haunting “I Had To Give That Up Too.” He also ventures into a light-hearted feel on up-tempo cuts like “Fixer Upper” and “Grillin’ and Chillin.” As is the case with any Kershaw album, you can always count on a cover – and I Won’t Back Down adds two to the mix – “Take A Letter Maria,” originally a No. 2 hit for R.B. Greaves on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1969, and the title cut, familiar to Pop listeners as a hit for Tom Petty from 1989.

I Won’t Back Down is the first all-original album from Kershaw in five years, and the singer is excited to bring new music to his fans. “At all of our shows, or wherever go, people keep asking for new music. I’m glad to have a new record coming their way. They’ve waited a while. Hell, I’ve waited a while,” he said with a grin. “The other aspect of the new album that makes it exciting is getting a chance to work with Tim Yasui and all the staff at Cleopatra Records. Together, we’re ready to get it out to the people.”

“Sammy Kershaw is one of those voices that you know the moment you hear it. We at Cleopatra are excited to work with an artist of Sammy’s caliber,” says Cleopatra Records President Tim Yasui.

I Won’t Back Down Track Listing:
1. Take A Letter Maria
2. Lay Back Down
3. Grillin’ and Chillin’
4. Fixer Upper
5. Groove
6. I Won’t Back Down
7. I Had To Give That Up Too
8. I Can’t Wait To Waste A Little Time
9. Send In The Rodeo Clowns
10. Don’t Move
11. Why You Wanna Do Me This Way
12. Let’s Lay Here Forever

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John Anderson Set to Release ‘Goldmine’ in May!

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One of Country music’s finest, John Anderson, will release his new album, Goldmine, on May 26th. Released on his own record label, Bayou Boys Music, the 13-track collection of original material features authentic lyrics and Anderson’s signature sound. The award-winning and hall of fame songwriter wrote or co-wrote 12 of the album’s 13 tracks.

Goldmine is an album that was cut with the artist in complete control. Anderson produced the record with long-time friend and producer Joe Spivey.

“With Goldmine, I thought, first off, I’m going to take my songs into the studio and make a record like I think it ought to be made, without all those other influences,” Anderson says, “I’m more pleased with the sound of this record than I have been in a long time.”

The first single, “I Work a Lot Better” will be shipped to radio on May 11th and will be available for download on iTunes, Amazon and other major digital retailers. The rocking mid-tempo track is in the style of previous chart-topping hits, such as “Money in the Bank.”

 “It was actually Josh Turner’s idea. He is a fine young man, a great talent and a real asset to modern day country music. Josh and I have written several songs together and it’s always a pleasure to write with him”.

 “I’m really proud of this album. At this point, it’s just for me and the fans. A best case scenario for me is if the fans that have loved our music and supported us for so many years know Goldmine is out there, and how to get it, I’ll be happy.”

Anderson is currently touring heavily throughout the United States. For a complete list of upcoming tour dates, please visit

Most recently, Anderson collaborated with Keith Urban for the taping of “ACM Presents: Superstar Duets,” a CBS special featuring Country music luminaries and chart-topping artists. The two-hour event will air on Friday, May 15. On July 25, he will join Keith Urban again for a performance at Cheyenne Frontier Days in Cheyenne, WY.
For more information on John Anderson, visit his official website at

Goldmine Track Listing and Songwriters:

1. Freedom Isn’t Free (John Anderson/James C. Hicks Sr.)
2. Magic Mama (Merle Haggard)
3. Back Home (John Anderson/Jimmy Stevens/Jeff Farr)
4.Goldmine (John Anderson/Josh Turner)
5. Happily Ever After (John Anderson/James C. Hicks Sr.)
6. I Work Alot Better (John Anderson/Josh Turner)
7. I Will Cross O’er the River (John Anderson)
8. Louisiana Son Of A Beast (John Anderson/Bill Emerson/Jody Emerson)
9. Holdin’ On (John Anderson/Jimmy Stevens)
10. Song the Mountain Sings (John Anderson/Buddy Cannon)
11. On And On And On… (John Anderson/Jimmy Fortune)
12. Don’t Forget To Thank the Lord (John Anderson/John Rich)
13. You All Are Beautiful (John Anderson/James C. Hicks Sr.)

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