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I would like to introduce Carolyn Miller to you guys. I recently came across her profile on the social media site Instagram. After listening to a couple of her videos, i was instantly drawn in, i wanted to listen to more. Miller has amazing talent and she is sure to take her music career in the music industry above and beyond what she could ever imagine. Check her out and make sure you follow her on all of the social media channels!
ABOUT – CAROLYN MILLER
New York’s own emerging country artist Carolyn Miller has been performing professionally since the age of eight. A graduate of the Boston Conservatory at Berklee College of Music, Miller’s background is in theatre, film and TV, as well as voice-overs and commercials. Influenced by country music artists like Carrie Underwood and Faith Hill, along with pop icons Kelly Clarkson and Adele, Miller has used her big, powerful voice to create her own style that captures the true essence of country-pop. She released her debut EP Unbreakable in 2018 independently, which peaked during pre-order at #7 on iTunes Country charts. Since then, Carolyn has opened for artists such as Chase Rice, Ashley McBryde, Walker Hayes, and most recently, kicked off NY’s Country 94.7 Stars and Strings event at the Barclays Center starring Sam Hunt, Dustin Lynch, Chris Janson, Runaway June, and more. Carolyn released her highly anticipated single, “What You Can’t Have” in 2019, and the track was named one of the Top 15 Songs at CMA Fest 2019 with features in Hollywood Life, Celebuzz, Whiskey Riff, among others. Her current single, “Summer Time” was recently released to critical acclaim, with features in Taste of Country, The Boot, Sounds Like Nashville, and the music video was added into rotation on The Country Network. Carolyn has been named “One to Watch” by the Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) and was recently named a Next Up Now artist by CMT. This “NY Entertainer of the Week” (UpFront NY) and “Artist to Watch” (NashVegas) is currently in the studio working on new music, selling out shows around her home state, and opening for major label artists nationwide.
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Across The Board – It Shouldn’t Be This Hard ( Official Music Video )
Across The Board (ATB) is an award-winning Canadian pop-rock band of multi-instrumentalist musicians with over 550 Youtube videos, debut album, a concept EP and now a second full length album, SONIC BOOM, who seamlessly combine creative talents to push their pop-rock sounds to the edge of the rock ‘n roll envelope with harmonious power vocals and catchy electric guitar riffs. Forged from garage jams and basement Youtube sessions, “Across The Board” finally broke out of the internet box with their debut album “Jane On Fire” in 2016. A collection of
ATB is an Indie Music Hall of Fame recipient for hitting #4 on the iTunes Canada Rock Charts with their newest release SONIC BOOM- ATB wins two global music award gold medals and 4 Josie Music Award nominations for the record.
With over 550 music videos, three albums and sold-out tours across the country, Across The Board has gained a global following. The recipient of several independent music awards including the Indie Music Hall of Fame, Across The Board, has online and terrestrial radio airplay and reached #4 on the Canadian iTunes Rock Charts with the title track of their album, Sonic Boom.
Across The Board will be performing at Indie Week Canada on November 7th at 10:00 p.m. at The Hideout Toronto, Nov 17th at the International Pop Overthrow at This Ain’t Hollywood in Hamilton, Nov 25th at the Movember Musical Marathon at The Rhapsody Barrel Bar in Kitchener, and then on Dec 1, at The Hideout in Toronto for the homecoming show of their SONIC AWAKENING TOUR. ATB will be taking to the rails Dec 28th through Jan8th as the Artists On Board celebrating NEW YEAR’s on Via Rail’s Flagship Train “The Canadian” traveling from Toronto to Vancouver and back with a show in Vancouver on Jan 4th.
ATB was featured at Canadian Music Week in April of 2017, premiered at Indie Week in Toronto in 2017 and again in 2018, and toured across Canada as part of the “Artist On Board” with Via Rail in the summer of 2017 to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday. ATB also toured Newfoundland and Vancouver in the summer of 2017 with their EP AMENDS and will be touring Canada again this summer with their newest full-length album SONIC BOOM. 2018 will mark their second Canadian coast to coast tour commencing Jan 4th in Vancouver and moving across to the east coast via planes, trains
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Back in 2011 BigJohn released this hot track on all the streaming social media sites at the time. People provided amazing feedback on this song and wanted to hear more music from BigJohn. The music industry is a big rat race with so many emerging artists these days, but BigJohn music still made it to the top in the indie charts. This is a perfect example; that you can do anything you put your mind to, so never give up on your dreams. Gotta keep pushing!
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Josh Blevins Band from Polk County, Florida has really been doing big things these past few years. If you enjoy real true to life country music then this band right here is what you are looking for. Listen to the playlist below to hear some of their original music.
Josh Blevins Band goes live almost every single weekend all over the state of Florida. Josh Blevins has opened for Clint Black and the band was given the opportunity to audition for the Runaway Country Music Fest at Fun Spot in Orlando, Florida back in 2017.
Josh Blevins Band really knows how to put on one hell of a show and attract a large crowd with their ever growing fan base. By far, this is one of the best bands to come out of the great state of Florida. Josh Blevins influences include but are not limited to Garth Brooks and George Straight. Be sure to checkout their live performance videos on the popular streaming media site YouTube.
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Here is one example of what you can expect from the Josh Blevins Band. This video reached 155,000 views on YouTube. There is no denying that Josh Blevins Band is definitely going somewhere in the music industry and fast!
Josh Blevins cover of Garth Brooks – Wild Horse
BigJohn is a musical artist who has been in the music industry since 2010. His passion is to write real true to life music that reaches people all around the world. Through these past few years, BigJohn has faced life-changing situations such as losing his father on December 30th, 2015. Regardless, John feels blessed and more motivated than ever to pursue his career.
In November 2018, BigJohn released this song “Break Me Down” because he was dealing with some things in his relationship. While the details aren’t necessary – the song is about his experience through the situation and speaks on being upset about broken promises and the fear of losing someone that you really love. Very relatable lyrics. Check it out!
BigJohn released this music video back in 2013 featuring two other artists named Too Clean & Xavier Graham. Since the initial release this video has reached 138,000 YouTube views, 1000+ likes and several comments on the popular media streaming website. This video was produced by Thomas Trenton JR at Green Monkey Beats. When you have great content then you can expect it to reach a high number of people.
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Josh Blevins spent several days recently singing one particular song over and over and over again. This wasn’t a case of earworm. It was part of the task of filming his first country music video.
Shot on location at Music Ranch in North Lakeland, his path to this video project is paved with “Talent Quest” competitions, “American Idol” auditions, an attempt to audition for “The Voice,” and singing in bands before striking out on his own to perform original music.
Blevins, who has opened for such big country names as Kip Moore, Tyler Farr, Charlie Worsham, Joe Nichols, The Swon Brothers, and Daryle Singletary, has been offered record deals that he’s turned down. He’s still looking for the perfect record deal. The Lake Wales resident has been working with Larry Howard, a blues artist from Lakeland, to produce an album of original music by year’s end, but took a break from the studio in June to record the video.
The video is for a song called “She Ain’t Country Enough,” written about his wife Dusty, who also co-wrote it. Blevins, 29, drives a Ford F250 that is “jacked up on 38s.” (For the uninitiated, that means big tires.)
While driving to a show one night, Dusty Blevins tried applying makeup from the passenger seat, but the rough riding truck on those big tires made the task difficult. Later, she leaned in toward her husband to snap a quick selfie. Again, the bumpy truck spoiled the moment.
Dusty Blevins uttered these words: “Gosh, I hate your truck. Blevins is
They both joked about how there was a country song in that statement. They horsed around with lyrics the rest of the way to the show. In the early-morning hours after returning home, the couple wrote the song in about 30 minutes on their front porch. Here are some of the lyrics:
She hates how rough my big truck rides
Trying to take a picture from the passenger side
Of me and her as we ride these old back roads
She says, OMG why does it ride so rough?
You need some smaller tires or a brand new truck
I just laugh and I think to myself, she ain’t country enough
Blevins said he wouldn’t have made the video if not for Phillip Stevens, owner of Music Ranch, a fan who sees the potential for Blevins to make it big in country music.
Stevens said he was hooked the first time he heard Blevins sing. It was an acoustic performance for a wedding at Music Ranch.
“His voice just touched me,” Stevens said. “I told my wife, ‘Get out here. You have to listen to this guy.‘“
Stevens didn’t plan on getting involved in Blevins’ career; he just wanted to let him open for musicians at Music Ranch in the hope that someone would hear him. But the drive to see Blevins make it big meant he couldn’t say no when Blevins asked him to be his manager. Stevens also funded the video production. Although it’s a pricey venture, Stevens said it’s a cause he believes in.
What he likes most is Blevins appears to be the whole country package. He compares him to country greats George Strait and Garth Brooks, who could take nearly any song and make it a hit, Stevens said.
“It’s that tone,” he said. “I feel like Josh has that same connection. He’s got that something, that appeal that you can’t explain.“
Another reason he supports Blevins is there is a wholesome, all-American heart in him.
“I feel like he’s bringing it back to the original country,” Stevens said. “disc jockeys have any tattoos. He’s clean. Country singers today have tattoos, earrings, and they’re singing duets with Pitbull.“
It performed on said that Blevins comes by the wholesomeness honestly. This Williamson, W.Va., native is the son of a Pentecostal preacher. He began singing in his dad’s church at age 4 and picked up the guitar at 10. Facebook to Polk County in 2004. His parents, Ralph and Laura Blevins, the in Dundee.
Blevins performed on his own as an adult, but quit playing after his daughter Austin, 8, was born. A year later, the Blevinses’ son Josh Jr. came along. Then one night at a Lake Wales bar, someone handed him a guitar and told him to sing. He sang “The Dance” by Garth Brooks. He’s been singing everywhere since then.
The disc jockeys at 97 Country have taken a liking to Blevins, and he’s performed on the radio several times. That relationship opened the door for him to open for Clint Black, a career highlight.
“He’s the nicest guy you’d ever want to meet,” Blevins said.
Blevins is paying his dues, and if social media is a gauge for success, he ’s picking up steam. During the shooting of the video, which should be ready for release in the fall, his Facebook page had been “blowing up for the past three days,” he said, to the point he no longer could reply to everyone. He’s getting lots of friend requests.
“I add everybody but old girlfriends,” he said.