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Everytime you come around

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Angie and the Deserters- 17 Days

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Chris Rowan - Swim In Your Heart (Official Music Video)

http://www.chrisrowan.com - Chris Rowan has been making music in Marin, Sonoma, and the greater San Francisco Bay... http://www.chrisrowan.com - Chris Rowan has been making music in Marin, Sonoma, and the greater San Francisco Bay Area since October of 1970. The middle brother to older brother, Peter, and younger brother, Lorin, Chris has performed as part of the Rowan Brothers, known for their vocal harmony blend, for the last four decades. Originally from Wayland, a town 20 minutes outside of Boston, Chris came to Marin with his brother, Lorin, and their music producer, David Grisman. It turned out to be a smart move as he was signed by Clive Davis to CBS Records in 1971, and then by David Geffen to Geffen’s new Asylum label in 1974. Part of Chris’ musical adventure with his brothers on Asylum Records was seeing his song, “If I Only Could” hit the top 100 singles chart coming in at 54 with a bullet. Chris' latest CD, "Swim In Your Heart", is a musical journey from his childhood to his lifelong pursuit of expressing himself through words and music. Website: www.chrisrowan.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/Christopher.w.rowan CDBaby: http://www.cdbaby.com/Artist/ChrisRowan Itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/swim-in-your-heart/id1129495007 Label: Chris Rowan Records ISRC: QM3CM1500001 Song IPI# BMI# 21076779 Songwriters: Chris Rowan Songwriters’ IPI#: BMI# 56274473 Publisher: Lemuria Music Publisher IPI#: BMI# 87885213 More
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Tommy Steele Band - Rockin' Both Sides (Official Music Video)

TOMMY STEELE BAND ''SOUNDS LIKE A DOUBLE SHOT OF SOUTHERN BOURBON WITH A DASH OF DETROIT... TOMMY STEELE BAND ''SOUNDS LIKE A DOUBLE SHOT OF SOUTHERN BOURBON WITH A DASH OF DETROIT GRIT.'' http://www.tommysteeleband.com - With a distinctive and immediately identifiable sound, Tommy Steele Band is a blend of influences that brings together the edgy musicianship and rocked-out passion of early Allman Brothers Band and Lynyrd Skynyrd, with the raw, sparse, lyrical sense of Springsteen. Active in several bands before starting his own in 2006, Steele was used to playing more than his share of shows a year. The 2009 release of his first Nashville produced CD, THE LONG HAUL, brought him national recognition with three hit singles: positive “Watching Love Grow”, the rock guitar-edged, mid-tempo “Forever 17” and the passionate top ten Inspirational crossover Hit ballad, “What Kind of Man Would I Be.” The releases generated multiple radio tours, On-air Television appearances all over the country and produced national and international written features including Country Weekly, Music Row and Magazine of Country Music. Tommy’s 2012 Music Row top 40 Hit single perfectly reflected the complicated dichotomy of his music. Produced by Nashville’s respected veteran singer songwriter Dave Gibson. “My Side of the Street” put Steele’s emotive voice front and center on this story of a love destined to live only in dreams. The story line with Tommy’s unique style brought a new interpretation of cultural and social divides to the song. The video was added to many television networks across the country. In 2013 The Ultimate party song “We Ain’t Drunk” Video was released, picked up by many networks and was a hit to more than 50 Million over air and cable TV subscribers and is still in rotation as a mainstay on many networks today. The Michigan native opened for Big & Rich at his hometown Pontiac Silverdome in Pontiac, Michigan and performed at 3 CMA Music Festival’s in Nashville. He’s toured the country and shared stages with megastars Leann Rimes, Gretchen Wilson, Little Big town, Big & Rich, Blackberry smoke, Dwight Yoakam, and more, he’s also entertained at venues ranging from intimate nightclubs to large festivals. Tommy carries with him life lessons learned in his youth, and they give instant credence to his down-home manner and strong work ethic. With family roots in Detroit’s auto factories and Georgia’s clay soils, “blue collar” and “country strong” are descriptive terms for this entertainer. “Family is everything to me, and fatherhood? Well, that’s the reward! I am humbled to create music with a vision but life experiences and my family are my inspirations.” Website: www.tommysteeleband.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/tommysteeleband Twitter: www.twitter.com/tommysteeleband iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/tommy-steele-band/id537696132 Label: Triple Creek Records, Inc. Song IPI# BMI# Songwriters: Tommy Steele, Jack Williams, Tommy Conners Songwriters’ IPI#: BMI#29502887, ASCAP# 86584923, BMI# 88552537 Publisher: Southern Stride Music, Hoppertunity Music, Mac & Mo Music Publisher IPI#: BMI# 187444832, ASCAP# 580544543, BMI# 720042992 More
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Amilia Spicer - "Fill Me Up"

The official music video for "Fill Me Up" from the upcoming album 'Wow and Flutter'! Follow Amilia on... The official music video for "Fill Me Up" from the upcoming album 'Wow and Flutter'! Follow Amilia on .... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/amiliakspicermusic Twitter: https://twitter.com/amiliakspicer Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/amiliakspicer/ Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/amilia-k-spicer More
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The Fire Brand - Moonshine Night official video

The Fire Brand doing Moonshine Night download it now on iTunes
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The Fire Brand - Drive It Like You Stole It Official Video

The Fire Brand with a new video an the first single from their up coming debut album Nashville Dream The Fire Brand... The Fire Brand with a new video an the first single from their up coming debut album Nashville Dream The Fire Brand is on itunes an amazon More
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The Fire Brand - Driving Myself To Drink Official Video

The Fire Brand doing their first single Driving Myself to Drink available now on itunes
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It's Over- Moses Jones Band Feat Gary Moore, Veronica Gallegos & Tony Exum Jr. [Live]

http://www.mosesjones.net Listen to the Moses Jones Band perform It's Over from the Legendary Album at... http://www.mosesjones.net Listen to the Moses Jones Band perform It's Over from the Legendary Album at Stargazers Theater. Get the single 'It's Over' by National Recording Artist Moses Jones Feat Gary Moore & Joy Jaeger from his new album, Legendary. Connect with Moses Jones: http://mosesjones.net http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/legendary4 https://plus.google.com/+MosesJones2013 http://facebook.com/mosesjonesofficial https://twitter.com/mosesjonesalbum https://www.youtube.com/user/camarro89 https://soundcloud.com/mosesjones2014 http://www.reverbnation.com/mosesjone... Contact Email: moses@mosesjones.net Contact Cell Phone#: 720-266-8231 More
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Moses Jones Band 2017 Promo Video

http://www.mosesjones.net Destination Wedding Band- Moses Jones Band Contact Email: moses@mosesjones.net Contact... http://www.mosesjones.net Destination Wedding Band- Moses Jones Band Contact Email: moses@mosesjones.net Contact Cell Phone#: 720-266-8231 Moses Jones New Album "Legendary" Available now on CD Baby- http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/legendary4 The Moses Jones Band Features Tony Exum Jr., Gary Moore & Jurnee Manley in this video. This show was filmed on site at Stargazers Theatre in Colorado Springs, Colorado Connect with Moses Jones: http://mosesjones.net http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/legendary4 http://www.cdbaby.com/mosesjones2 https://plus.google.com/+MosesJones2013 http://facebook.com/mosesjonesofficial https://twitter.com/mosesjonesalbum https://www.youtube.com/user/camarro89 https://soundcloud.com/mosesjones2014 http://www.reverbnation.com/mosesjone... Contact Email: moses@mosesjones.net Contact Cell Phone#: 720-266-8231 More
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Set Me Free

Lyric video for our song SET ME FREE Featured on FOX Sports
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JessLee-BURN

JessLee's new BURN music video is spreading like wild fire.
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"My Whole Life"

Erin Kalin's new single "My Whole Life" from her album You Found Me Available Now: For exclusive signed merch and... Erin Kalin's new single "My Whole Life" from her album You Found Me Available Now: For exclusive signed merch and pre-order bundles visit: http://www.erinkalin.com/shop/ Follow Erin Kalin: Facebook: www.facebook.com/erinkalinmusic Instagram: www.instagram.com/theerinkalin Twitter: www.twitter.com/ErinKalin Music video by Erin Kalin performing My Whole Life. (C) 2017 Erin Kalin, LLC More
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Dean Young - Carnival Ride (Audio)

Carnival Ride New single out now! Drops to radio January 27th Co-write - Dean Young / Adam Wallington
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Mama's Goin' Out by Tom Shed

A song for Mothers, life may have changed but it's not over. Performed by Tom Shed and the best musicians in... A song for Mothers, life may have changed but it's not over. Performed by Tom Shed and the best musicians in Nashville. Horn and Wind section from the Nashville Symphony. Big Bands are back. More
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Bolita Sam performed by Tom Shed

A true story of murder and intrigue in 1953 Live Oak, Florida. Written by the late Don Grooms.
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Tom Shed performs Davey's Cornet

A true story about a Veteran with PTSD and his successful way of dealing with the effects of war.
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Sarah Dunn Band - Dirty

www.sarahdunnband.com - There's a story that bandleader Sarah Dunn likes to tell about the extraordinary way in... www.sarahdunnband.com - There's a story that bandleader Sarah Dunn likes to tell about the extraordinary way in which she entered the world 27 years ago. Her mother Deborah, nine months pregnant, completed a full shift at the restaurant where she worked, drove herself to a midwife a half hour away to give birth and then drove back home with her baby girl. Incredible as that all sounds, she didn't stop there. "Then she mowed the yard with a push mower," says Dunn, shaking her head in disbelief. "That is a woman! That's where I get my toughness." Like her mother before her, Dunn possesses a tough sensibility that translates loud and clear in her music. The Missouri-based singer-fiddle player and her Tulsa, Oklahoma-based band — Roger Caple, Teddy Scott, Sean Fisher and Jake Lynn — rip through the seven tracks on the group's latest release Wild Wild Heart with the kind of scrappy attitude that comes from a lifetime of having to fight to make headway in an unforgiving world. Born and raised in southwestern Missouri, Dunn grew up surrounded by a musical family. Her grandfather was an early rock & roller in the area, and she started learning to sing by sitting at the piano while her mother played. Her musical career began when she assembled her first band at the age of 13, performing to rough crowds in local bars and using every weapon in her arsenal to win them over. She loved being onstage, but it was a lonely experience until she could legally enter a bar. "I'd have to sit at a little table by myself by the door, and have security stand there by me," she recalls. "And they'd walk me to the bathroom and back and on the stage and back. I was there for work. I was so excited to turn 21 — not because of the drinking — just because I could go in there and not have to sit at a table by myself." Music was also a respite from the hours of hard work Dunn's family had to put in on their small farm. They didn't have much in the way of material wealth, but they had one another and wisely worked to inoculate themselves against lean times. They'd can vegetables for later use and raise a pig or cow for butchering, doing whatever they had to do to survive. "We worked so hard, there was not very much time for entertainment," says Dunn. "So at the end of the day that's why music is so important to me. It's such a rock in my life because that was a lot of our fun time." Dunn rolled those experiences into Wild Wild Heart, writing six of its seven tracks and mixing a hard-nosed traditionalism in with her resonant stories of heartbreak, struggle and joy. That much is readily evident in "Rent," in which Dunn describes the all-too-common reality of being overworked and underpaid. Though it glides with a carefree ease, there's no mistaking the desperation in her words. "I was working two jobs. I was in a crappy relationship. I was living in a Winnebago with no electricity or water and I washed my hair under the garden hose," explains Dunn. "I was still playing music several nights a week. So I'd be working, working working, and playing music until 1 in the morning, just burning the candle at both ends. It seemed like there was never enough money. It's like, I'm working for all of this, where is it going?" Still, she's not afraid to let her hair down when the mood strikes. Wild Wild Heart's first single "Dirty" is a stomping rocker that showcases Dunn's blazing fiddle and sings the praises of a life that's miles from immaculate white dresses. The title track is a soaring ode to crazy love, while "Love Hate Relationship" strafes agitation at a lukewarm lover. Dunn also evokes the mighty vocals of Martina McBride on EP highlight "Pieces," a heart-rending waltz that ponders the unsettled scores after a relationship's end. "Forever is just a flippant turn of phrase, but for me it comes down to how much love I gave," she sings in the chorus, the gracefully shifting arrangement blanketed by a generous helping of pedal steel and mandolin. "The guys in the band hate it because there's a chord change every other word," says Dunn, laughing. "That was one I stayed up a lot thinking about. It's my favorite to perform." And rather than casually tossing a mention of Merle Haggard's name in her lyrics, Dunn goes all in on the late country icon with "All My Best." Twanging like Loretta Lynn after a visit to Bakersfield, Dunn makes a whole narrative out of Haggard's song titles. It's an impressive and affecting show of appreciation for history. "My roots run really deep, not just in country but also old time music," she says. "I'm an old soul. I feel like I was born a hundred years late sometimes. To know that, in a world where everything is so flash in the pan, so disposable — to be described as traditional and classic, that's a huge compliment." Along with musical history, Dunn has great respect for her personal history. The one song on Wild Wild Heart that Dunn didn't write, "Ain't Got No Home," came from her mother. "I listened to it a few times and went home and put it in the back of mind," says Dunn of the song that soulfully depicts someone weathering a breakup. "Weeks later I found myself singing it. It was stuck in my head and I'd get obsessive about it to the point that I couldn't sleep because I could hear it. So I called her up and asked her if I could record it. She was more than happy." It's a fitting way to honor one of Dunn's most important musical influences, not to mention the person who showed her how to be tough and work hard. That's what ultimately prepared her for the rigors of a career in music. "My mother said you have two paths in life," says Dunn. "One of them is a wide and smooth, paved road. It's no resistance. And then there's this little foot path that keeps going up and you have to fight the whole way, but you're going to see amazing views and when you get to the end of it, you're going to be at the top." Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/sarahdunnband Twitter: www.twitter.com/sarahdunnband iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/wild-wild-heart/id1120381841 Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Wild-Heart-Sarah-Dunn-Band/dp/B01GJLNX9S Label: REZNAM Records More