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MusicRow Independent Artist of the Year Shane Owens talks with Hal Willis, CEO of American Music Channel, to discuss his passion for traditional country music, his brand new single that pays tribute to traditional country artist heroes, and his experience working with Randy Travis and John Anderson

Listen to Shane’s newest single, Love to Try Them On, from his album It’s a Southern Thing. Check out his website for tour dates, follow him on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for updates.

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Danielle Johnson, an 18 year old singer songwriter from North Carolina, talks with Hal Willis, the CEO of American Music Channel. They talk about her experience on Broadway at 12 years old, singing the National Anthem at NASCAR races, how she never gets nervous before a performance, and her passion for country music.

Danielle released her debut single, Let It Be You, in the fall of 2018 just before releasing her debut self-titled EP in October of 2018. The music video for Let It Be You is on her website and YouTube channel.

Visit Danielle’s website at daniellejohnsonsinger.com for tour dates, and follow her on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube for the latest updates on her career and sneak peaks of new music.

 

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Billboard top 25 artists, Southern Halo, sat down with Hal Willis, CEO of American Music Channel, at the Country Radio Seminar to discuss how they began their band. They also discussed some of their upcoming tours, and talked a bit about what it is like being an emerging star.

Take an inside look at some of the emerging country artists of today, and join American Music Channel and friend them today!

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Ray Scott sits down with Hal Willis, CEO of American Music Channel, to talk about getting a fresh start after leaving a label, being a songwriter, and touring in Europe. His classic Southern voice and signature black hat are his staples, and he just released his EP Honky Tonk Heart.

Visit Ray's website at http://www.rayscott.com/home to listen to Honky Tonk Heart, find a show to attend, and follow him on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

 

 

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JD Shelburne sits down with Hal Willis, CEO of American Music Channel, at the 2019 Country Radio Seminar to talk about playing over 200 dates a year, having his single “One Less Girl” playing on the radio in the Top 60, opening for fifty major artists including Craig Morgan, Chris Young, Kellie Pickler, and Joe Nichols, and constantly hustling to make his dreams come true.

JD has released four albums, and his most recent, Two Lane Town, features One Less Girl, the breakup single that has given him great success on the radio and on CMT.

Check out the music video for One Less Girl on JD’s website, jdshelburne.com, or on his YouTube channel.   

Follow JD on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and check his website for tour dates to see him live at one of his 200+ shows this year.

P.S. Make sure you watch the whole interview to hear who JD is playing with September! It’s a show you won’t want to miss.

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