Barefoot songs – Allan Pettersson http://allanpettersson.org/ Sat, 21 May 2022 01:11:35 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://allanpettersson.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-19-120x120.png Barefoot songs – Allan Pettersson http://allanpettersson.org/ 32 32 Listen to RaeLynn’s two new songs, “…Hometown” and “If God…” https://allanpettersson.org/listen-to-raelynns-two-new-songs-hometown-and-if-god/ Fri, 13 May 2022 14:19:53 +0000 https://allanpettersson.org/listen-to-raelynns-two-new-songs-hometown-and-if-god/ RaeLynn is serving up new music on Friday, May 13, and fans are getting a double helping. The country singer has released two new tracks, “I Love My Hometown” and “If God Took Days Off.” The first is an anthem for RaeLynn’s hometown of Baytown, Texas, and while it’s a personal song for her, it […]]]>

RaeLynn is serving up new music on Friday, May 13, and fans are getting a double helping. The country singer has released two new tracks, “I Love My Hometown” and “If God Took Days Off.”

The first is an anthem for RaeLynn’s hometown of Baytown, Texas, and while it’s a personal song for her, it appeals to anyone who takes pride in their upbringing. The 28-year-old certainly hasn’t forgotten where she comes from.

“You don’t get that in the city / Like you do in the sticks / You can’t get that kind of pretty / ‘Bout as real as real can get / ‘Cause we put the good in the right people / We put a ringtone on the one we love / Always the country playing through the speakers / all the roads all full of trucks / I love my hometown / I keep it in my hometown / my hometown, I maintain in my hometown” she sings in the chorus.

The second song is a sweet melody about how one experiences God’s love through another person. It’s hard not to think that RaeLynn wrote the song about her husband of six years, Josh Davis. The two share a daughter, Daisy, who was born on September 8, 2021.

If God took days off, I’d be lost but not in your eyes / This kiss wouldn’t get me high / I never would’ve found heaven tonight“, sings RaeLynn.

the old the Voice The contestant first sparked fan interest in the new tracks on social media. She’s never been afraid to put Jesus in her lyrics or give a nod to the city that built her, so it’s no surprise she’s back with more of the same.

“ARE YOU READY FOR TWO NEW SONGS? This Friday! Because your daughter hasn’t finished singing about hometowns and Jesus,” she teased on social media.

Shortly after the birth of her daughter, RaeLynn released her latest album, Baytown, on September 24, 2021. This is her first project after signing with Florida Georgia Line’s Round Here Records in 2019. She released the song “Bra Off” to announce her new contract.

Country Music’s 50 Best Summer Songs

Country music is full of great summer songs designed to take the stress away. Vacation songs, beach songs, road trip songs and tailgate songs make up this ultimate summer playlist. Who do you think has the best country summer song?

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Watch The Craft Full Movie Online, Release Date, Trailer, Cast and Songs https://allanpettersson.org/watch-the-craft-full-movie-online-release-date-trailer-cast-and-songs/ Fri, 13 May 2022 02:13:03 +0000 https://allanpettersson.org/watch-the-craft-full-movie-online-release-date-trailer-cast-and-songs/ Where to Watch/Stream The Craft Online Theatrical release – Not available on any OTT platform at this time. The Craft: release date, trailer, cast and songs About craftsmanship The Craft was released on May 3, 1996 and was directed by Andrew Fleming. This film lasts 1 hour 41 minutes and is available in English. Robin […]]]>

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The Craft was released on May 3, 1996 and was directed by Andrew Fleming. This film lasts 1 hour 41 minutes and is available in English. Robin Tunney, Janet Eilber, Rachel True, Mark Conlon, Fairuza Balk, Rebecca McLaughlin, Neve Campbell, Christine Louise Mills, Brogan Roche, Skeet Ulrich, Jason Filardi, Christine Taylor, Breckin Meyer, Endre Hules, Nathaniel Marston, Cliff DeYoung, Assumpta Serna, Helen Shaver, Jeanine Jackson, Brenda Strong, Rod Britt, Kathleen Lloyd, Elizabeth Guber, Jennifer Greenhut, Arthur Senzy, Janet Rotblatt, Tony Genaro, William Newman and Esther Scott star in this film. The Craft scores 6.3 figures out of 10 and is a good movie to watch in the Horror, Drama, and Fantasy genres.

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Inside Dolly Parton’s Incredible Career and How Many Songs She Wrote https://allanpettersson.org/inside-dolly-partons-incredible-career-and-how-many-songs-she-wrote/ Wed, 04 May 2022 17:36:41 +0000 https://allanpettersson.org/inside-dolly-partons-incredible-career-and-how-many-songs-she-wrote/ The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame has unveiled its list of 2022 inductees and Dolly Parton is on it. Alongside Pat Benatar, Duran Duran, Eminem, Eurythmics, Lionel Richie and Carly Simon, Parton will go down in history as one of the most influential musical performers. The Tennessee native entered the entertainment industry in 1967 […]]]>

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame has unveiled its list of 2022 inductees and Dolly Parton is on it.

Alongside Pat Benatar, Duran Duran, Eminem, Eurythmics, Lionel Richie and Carly Simon, Parton will go down in history as one of the most influential musical performers.

The Tennessee native entered the entertainment industry in 1967 at the age of 21 and rose to fame for her country music.

To celebrate the singer-songwriter’s achievement, let’s take a look back at her incredible career.

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Dolly Parton initially rejected her Rock & Roll Hall of Fame nomination

When Dolly Parton’s nomination to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame was announced in March 2022, the singer first gained media attention for rejecting the honor.

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Parton said while she was ‘extremely flattered’ to be nominated, she asked to ‘respectfully step down’ under the impression that she had ‘not earned the right’ to be considered a rock artist .

The nominees who receive the most votes receive a special honor for their influential contribution to rock music at the Rock Hall Museum in Cleveland. To be considered, artists must have released their first record 25 years prior to their induction.

“I hope the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame will understand and be willing to consider me again if I’m ever worthy,” she said in March. “It did, however, inspire me to release a rock ‘n’ roll album, hopefully at some point in the future, which I’ve always wanted to do!”

However, the organizers rejected his rejection, saying that “rock and roll is not defined by any particular genre”.

“Dolly Parton’s music impacted a generation of young fans and influenced countless artists who followed,” they said in a statement. “His nominations to be considered for induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame followed the same process as all other artists who were considered.”

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Celebrating Dolly Parton’s Career

Dolly Parton has become one of the most beloved performers of all time throughout her impressive musical career that spans nearly six decades.

Parton was the fourth of 12 children born to Avie Lee Caroline and Robert Lee Parton, a tobacco farmer in 1946.

The family moved from a one-room cabin in Tennessee to the Appalachian countryside when the country star was a child.

Parton wrote his first song, Tiny tassel top5-year-old, which she performed barefoot on her family’s porch.

At 7, she made her first guitar with an old mandolin and bass guitar strings.

Parton credits his uncle, Bill Owens, with launching his professional music career by hosting his first gig as a regular performer on the Cas Walker Show at the age of 10.

She released her first single, puppy lovein 1959 with Goldband Records, although it would be eight years before she achieved commercial success.

In January 1967, his singles, silly blonde and something fishyentered the Billboard country music charts, and by July she had released her first full-length album with Monument, Hello, I’m Dolly.

Parton’s best-known album, Jolenewas released in 1974, reaching number one on the Billboard country music charts and number 60 on the Billboard Hot 100 list.

From then on, her career took an upward trajectory and, in 1980, she starred in her first film, 9 to 5.

She has won over 10 Grammy Awards for her musical contributions and is now recognized and adored internationally.

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How many songs has Dolly Parton written?

Dolly Parton estimates that she wrote over 3,000 songs in her lifetime. 450 of them have been recorded, however, it was not always Parton who performed them.

Merle Haggard, Hank Williams Jr and Kenny Rodgers are among the artists who have recorded and released famous tracks written by Parton.

Songs that you might not realize were written by the country singer include the following:

  • There will always be music, Tina Turner
  • Flame Fuel, Skeeter Davis
  • I’m in no condition, Hank Williams Jr.
  • Circle of Love, Jennifer Nettles
  • The Stranger, Kenny Rogers
  • Waltz Me to Heaven, Waylon Jennings
  • To Daddy, Emmylou Harris
  • I will always love you, Whitney Houston

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20 best summer country songs https://allanpettersson.org/20-best-summer-country-songs/ Mon, 02 May 2022 22:59:35 +0000 https://allanpettersson.org/20-best-summer-country-songs/ Tim MosenfelderGetty Images Alan Jackson sang “there’s no cure for the summer blues”, but we disagree! This catchy playlist of the best summer country songs is sure to brighten up any day, whether sunny or gray. There are so many great warm-weather hits on this list, from Jimmy Buffet’s island escape classic “Margaritaville” to more […]]]>

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Alan Jackson sang “there’s no cure for the summer blues”, but we disagree! This catchy playlist of the best summer country songs is sure to brighten up any day, whether sunny or gray. There are so many great warm-weather hits on this list, from Jimmy Buffet’s island escape classic “Margaritaville” to more modern summer anthems like Kid Rock’s “All Summer Long.” All of these upbeat songs perfectly capture that laid-back, carefree summer feeling and celebrate some of the best things about the season, like lazy days on the water and bonfires on the beach at night.

If you’re planning a road trip this summer, or even just cruising around town, you’ll definitely want to add catchy songs like “Cruise” and “Red Dirt Road” to your playlist. You can also set the mood for summertime romance with country love songs like Deana Carter’s “Strawberry Wine” and Jason Aldean’s “A Little More Summertime.” One thing you won’t find on this list a lot of sad country songs. Because, as Kenny Chesney would say, “No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems” is more than just a song title, it’s a way of life.

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Alan Jackson’s “Summertime Blues”

Alan Jackson scored a No. 1 hit with his country twist on a rockabilly classic. The title of the song may sound sad, but its upbeat vibes are the perfect cure for your summer blues!

Little Big Town “Pontoon”

When you’re making waves and taking in rays this summer, crank out this Grammy-winning lazy lake song. Five miles an hour never felt so good!

“Margaritaville” by Jimmy Buffet

Few songs capture this laid-back, carefree summer better than Jimmy Buffet’s iconic hit “Margaritaville.”

“Long Hot Summer” by Keith Urban

Keith Urban knows better than anyone that summer is even sweeter when you have someone special to share it with.

“Cruise” by Florida Georgia Line

Roll down your windows and cruise to this optimistic success about falling in love in the heart of summer. Choose between the original song and the remix with rapper Nelly.

“Beer Can’t Fix” by Thomas Rhett with Jon Pardi

There’s nothing a beer – and this song – can’t fix. Put it on whenever your day isn’t going to plan and it will make those clouds look a little less grey.

“Summer Nights” by Rascal Flatts

Holler if you’re ready for a few summer nights! This song celebrates everything great about the season, from the white sand between your toes to the bonfires on the beach at night.

“Some Beach” by Blake Shelton

This cheeky song proves that the beach can be a state of mind, no matter how far you are from the sun and sand.

“When the Sun Goes Down” by Kenny Chesney and Uncle Kracker

Sunny days are great, but if you ask Kenny Chesney and Uncle Kracker, the real fun happens when the sun goes down!

“Meant to Be” by Bebe Rexha featuring Florida Georgia Line

“Meant To Be” was the song of the summer of 2018, but it will sound just as good this year and every summer to come.

“A Little More Summer” by Jason Aldean

Some summer romances just aren’t meant to last. If you learn this first hand, this bittersweet song will help you through your heartache.

“Barefoot Night in Blue Jeans” by Jake Owen

Every night will feel like a barefoot party in blue jeans when you sing this summertime feel-good anthem.

“All Summer” by Kid Rock

This irresistible mix of “Sweet Home Alabama” and “Werewolves of London” is the biggest hit of Kid Rock’s career. It will surely be played for many summers to come.

“Strawberry Wine” by Deana Carter

In Deana Carter’s signature song, the narrator recalls her first taste of young love, under the hot July moon at the farmhouse where she spent her summers.

“Buy Me a Boat” by Chris Janson

Maybe you can’t afford a boat either, but listening to this summertime anthem is almost as much fun and it won’t cost anything!

Alan Jackson’s “Chattahoochee”

This song is specifically about Alan Jackson’s youth on the Chattahoochee River, but it will speak to anyone who remembers what it was like to be young and learn lessons about life and love.

“Red Dirt Road” by Brooks & Dunn

Whether you’re driving down a red dirt road or flying down the highway, this is the perfect song for a road trip.

“No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems” by Kenny Chesney

“No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems” is more than just a song title, it’s a way of life. Play this song on repeat this summer until this message is truly understood.

What better feeling than relaxing in the sand with your toes in the water? This song captures that vibe perfectly.

Jake Owens is a country beach king and this song seals the deal.

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Joe Alwyn is not going to write more songs with GF Taylor Swift https://allanpettersson.org/joe-alwyn-is-not-going-to-write-more-songs-with-gf-taylor-swift/ Tue, 19 Apr 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://allanpettersson.org/joe-alwyn-is-not-going-to-write-more-songs-with-gf-taylor-swift/ Goodbye William Bowery. Taylor Swift enlisted her boyfriend, Joe Alwynto help him out with some tracks from his 2020 albums, but their collaboration was apparently a one-time thing. “That’s not my plan, no,” the Prefer star, 31, said She magazine on Tuesday, April 19, when asked if he was interested in writing more songs in […]]]>

Goodbye William Bowery. Taylor Swift enlisted her boyfriend, Joe Alwynto help him out with some tracks from his 2020 albums, but their collaboration was apparently a one-time thing.

“That’s not my plan, no,” the Prefer star, 31, said She magazine on Tuesday, April 19, when asked if he was interested in writing more songs in the future.

The British actor and his girlfriend, 32, worked together on the songs ‘Exile’ and ‘Betty’ from Folklore as well as “Champagne Problems”, “Coney Island” and the title track of Stillwhich happened in December 2020. On all tracks, Alwyn used the pseudonym William Bowery.

Fans immediately started speculating that “William” was really Swift’s beau when Folklore debuted in July 2020, but the Grammy winner did not confirm the news before releasing the documentary Folklore: the Long Pond studio sessions in November of this year.

“There’s been a lot of talk about William Bowery and his identity, because…he’s not a real person,” the “Lover” singer said during the Disney+ movie. “So William Bowery is Joe.”

The Pennsylvania native went on to note that Alwyn is actually a talented musician and his improvisation inspired “Exile,” which became a duet. “Joe plays the piano beautifully and he’s always playing and inventing and creating things,” Swift explained. “And ‘Exile’ was crazy because Joe wrote that whole piano part.”

When the couple was playing with the track at home, the Mary Queen of Scots the actor sang the part that was ultimately performed by Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon on the final version of the album. “He was singing it just like the whole first verse is, ‘the Valentine’s Day the actress recalled. “I was entrenched and asked if we could keep writing that one.”

Despite Alwyn’s writing being a hit with Swift and her fans, the Harriet star is sticking to acting for now. In a separate interview with She United KingdomAlwyn hinted that he still isn’t totally comfortable with all the attention that comes with dating a mega-famous pop star.

“We live in a culture that is increasingly intrusive,” Alwyn told the outlet earlier this month. “The more you give – and frankly, even if you don’t – something will be taken.”

The couple, who have been dating since 2016, have kept their romance private over the years. In November 2020, Swift explained that she likes to keep the relationship a secret because it gives her a sense of comfort.

“I can often, in my anxieties, control how I am as a person and how well I act and rationalize things, but I can’t control if there are 20 photographers out in the bushes and what they do and if they follow our car and if they interrupt our lives,” she told Rolling Stone at the time. “I can’t control if there’s going to be some weird fake headline about us in the news tomorrow.”

Alwyn, she explained, helps her find “pieces of normality” in her otherwise stressful life. “That’s what this song ‘Peace’ is about,” she added of one of the Folklore tracks. “Like, would it be enough if I could never fully achieve the normalcy we both long for?”

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Songs of Praise viewers were wowed by the beauty of Holy Island during an Easter special https://allanpettersson.org/songs-of-praise-viewers-were-wowed-by-the-beauty-of-holy-island-during-an-easter-special/ Sun, 17 Apr 2022 14:31:27 +0000 https://allanpettersson.org/songs-of-praise-viewers-were-wowed-by-the-beauty-of-holy-island-during-an-easter-special/ Christians across the UK enjoyed beautiful scenes from Lindisfarne this weekend as the island of Northumberland hosted Songs of Praise’s Easter Sunday broadcast. BBC One’s religious programme, which has been on our screens since 1961, celebrated the Tidal Island’s centuries-old Christian heritage and explored its significance for people of that faith today. Featuring two hymns […]]]>

Christians across the UK enjoyed beautiful scenes from Lindisfarne this weekend as the island of Northumberland hosted Songs of Praise’s Easter Sunday broadcast.

BBC One’s religious programme, which has been on our screens since 1961, celebrated the Tidal Island’s centuries-old Christian heritage and explored its significance for people of that faith today.

Featuring two hymns sung by parishioners at St Mary’s Church on the island, as well as a number of songs from churches and cathedrals across the country, the show shone the spotlight on pilgrims who, since nearly 50, travel to the island on foot every Easter.

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Northern Cross pilgrims have made an annual journey of over 100 miles on foot carrying crosses to Lindisfarne during Holy Week (the week before Easter Sunday) since 1976. They always make the last few miles, through the pavement, with bare feet, and this year they were joined by Sean Fletcher, presenter of Songs Of Praise.

Pilgrim Pete Coppola told him the trip to the island, which was one of the most important centers of early Christianity in Britain, was “the best way to celebrate Easter”.



Every year on Good Friday, pilgrims cross the causeway barefoot, carrying crosses

Explaining the importance of barefoot walking, he said: “It’s part of penance to go on pilgrimage. It’s remembering Good Friday, Jesus going up to Calvary and carrying the cross, and that’s what what we are doing. This is our journey, our walk of witness.

“Everyone is welcome to come and walk together, to share fellowship and worship. It’s great to be back at Lindisfarne, it’s the best way to celebrate Easter.”

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Alongside discussions of the island’s Christian history and a segment on the famous Lindisfarne Gospels with the Vicar of Holy Island, Reverend Canon Dr Sarah Hills, presenter Sean also met with visitors to the island who make part of the Birmingham-based Urband Change Makers programme, supporting people to make a positive impact in their inner city communities. They said the visit to the island was deeply inspiring.

One woman, whose name was only given as Clare, said: “I didn’t grow up going to church, but I’ve been around a lot of people who go to church and I don’t never thought church was for me. Coming to Holy Island for the first time, I felt like I was getting there…I had an experience last week where I felt arms around me and felt this overwhelming love. I truly felt accepted by God and I’ve never experienced anything like this before.”

The beauty of the spiritually significant island also moved many who watched the Easter Sunday programme.

One viewer tweeted: “So excited to see #SongsOfPraise coming from the holy isle of Lindisfarne… I am coming to you soon, Lindisfarne!”

Another said there was ‘no better place for Easter Sunday’ than the history-steeped island, while another viewer called the island ‘beautiful’.

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Ugadi related movie songs for your playlist | Kannada Movie News https://allanpettersson.org/ugadi-related-movie-songs-for-your-playlist-kannada-movie-news/ Sat, 02 Apr 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://allanpettersson.org/ugadi-related-movie-songs-for-your-playlist-kannada-movie-news/ The festivities seem incomplete without music and dancing. Here are some popular Kannada songs that celebrate the Ugadi festival with traditional fervor. Yellalu Habba-This song from the film Rishi celebrates the essence of the festival. The song sung by Sonu Nigam and Chaitra features Shivarajkumar, Vijay Raghavendra, Radhika Kumaraswamy and Ramakrishna. Yuga Yugadi Keladaru – […]]]>
The festivities seem incomplete without music and dancing. Here are some popular Kannada songs that celebrate the Ugadi festival with traditional fervor.

Yellalu Habba-This song from the film Rishi celebrates the essence of the festival. The song sung by Sonu Nigam and Chaitra features Shivarajkumar, Vijay Raghavendra, Radhika Kumaraswamy and Ramakrishna.

Yuga Yugadi Keladaru – The famous hit number from the film Kulavadhu released in 1963 is very popular among Kannada audiences even today. The song sung by S Janakri has lyrics written by DR Bendra has Rajkumar and Leelavathi in the lead roles.

Ugadi Ugadi-The song from Kannada Bandhana 2 movie is sung by SP Balasubrahmanyam and Nandhitha. The track features Vishnvuardhan, Jayapradha, Neenasam Ashwath and others.

Bevvu Bella Hanchi Kondre-The song tells about the importance of how we should share bitter and sweet things in life. The track from the 2004 film Gaajina Mane is sung by Rajesh Krishnan and Sowmya Raoh.

Bevu Bella Ondada-The song from the movie Lakshmikataksha compares Bevu Bella to the ups and downs of life. The song is sung by SP Balasubrahmanya, Raj Sitharaman and Banglaore Latha. Actors Aarthi and Kalyankumar play key roles in the film

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Charley Crockett’s “I Feel For You” + 5 Other New Songs We Love https://allanpettersson.org/charley-crocketts-i-feel-for-you-5-other-new-songs-we-love/ Wed, 16 Mar 2022 15:00:00 +0000 https://allanpettersson.org/charley-crocketts-i-feel-for-you-5-other-new-songs-we-love/ Every week the wide open country The team brings together our new favorite country, folk, bluegrass and Americana songs. Here are six songs we currently have on loop. “Strange”, Miranda Lambert Miranda Lambert shares a message of hope in difficult times on “Strange,” which she wrote with frequent collaborators Natalie Hemby and Luke Dick. “The […]]]>

Every week the wide open country The team brings together our new favorite country, folk, bluegrass and Americana songs. Here are six songs we currently have on loop.

“Strange”, Miranda Lambert

Miranda Lambert shares a message of hope in difficult times on “Strange,” which she wrote with frequent collaborators Natalie Hemby and Luke Dick.

“The song ‘Strange’ came together in a really cool organic way,” Lambert told Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1. “Natalie Hemby and Luke Dick and I were writing on my farm and Natalie had this really cool idea and melody and just the title of the song Strange. And we were talking about all the weirdness that was going on in the world at the time. We wrote in 2020. And so we kind of wrote it to tackle some heavy stuff, but mostly we want people to take away from this song to be lighter on their feet and take a breather and play a song and do a dance and maybe fly somewhere fun, just kind of an escape from a reality that’s not too good. So I hope people like this song, and I think that we really brought it to life on the record. When I hear it, it makes me feel good and it has such a chorus. So I hope you feel good.

The song is the lead single from Lambert’s upcoming album. palomino.

— Bobbie Jean Sawyer

“Praise the Lord”, BRELAND ft. Thomas Rhett

Rising country star Breland has teamed up with Thomas Rhett for a true gospel jam “Praise the Lord,” in which the artists give thanks to family, home, and the good Lord above.

“Praise the Lord ’cause I’ve got all I want and need and more / I might arrive Saturday, but first thing Sunday morning, I praise the Lord,” Breland sings.

Breland says the song is a nod to her strong faith and a reminder to be grateful for life’s lessons and blessings.

“As someone who grew up in church and has a religious background, I think it’s really easy to forget where you come from and think you did it all on your own, and I I’m not someone who believes that,” Breland said. Country Radio Today with Kelleigh Bannen.

“I really feel like a lot of it, if not all of it, was divinely orchestrated. And so, I always praise the Lord for different things that are happening, good and bad, because you’re learning lessons. on both sides. But I think being able to do what I love in life and not always having been able to do it is something that I’m extremely grateful for. And I hope that what people take away from this song is that it doesn’t matter, as I say in the before the chorus, win or lose, praise the Lord. It’s a song about gratitude, being thankful.

— Bobbie Jean Sawyer

“Hotel Baker”, William Clark Green

William Clark Green dives into the strange Texas lore on “Baker Hotel”, written about a real historic abandoned hotel in the town of Mineral Wells. The epic eight-minute video for the song, directed by Billy Cano, is a homage to ’80s horror classics and was filmed at the actual Baker Hotel.

“Baker Hotel” is the title track from Green’s upcoming album (out March 25).

— Bobbie Jean Sawyer

“I Feel For You”, Charley Crockett

Jerry Reed’s “I Feel For You,” an “I Told You So” from one local heartbreaker victim to another, stands the test of time. Still, it’s barely covered, with a reliable source Used songs listing Reed’s daughter, Seidina Reed, as the first (and until very recently, only) noteworthy singer to put her own spin on the classic country weeper.

Charley Crockett recently paid tribute to the deep Reed family cut. As fans of the prolific singer-songwriter would surely expect, Crockett’s smooth baritone delivery and mastery of injecting his own creative voice without muddying the source material does “I Feel For You” justice. “.

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-Bobby Moore

“Baptist Parking Lot”, Mary Heather Hickman

Mary Heather Hickman and “Baptist Parking Lot” co-writers Alex Schofield and Stefanie Joyce paint a more believable picture of small-town life than you’re likely to hear on country radio. Hickman reads the same page as Tanya Tucker, Gretchen Wilson and other truth-tellers while portraying young love as a reason to sneak out to avoid the still inevitable gossip, not a one-dimensional source of wistful warmth and fuzziness.

Hickman’s mix of warts-and-everything storytelling and hard-hitting ’90s-inspired instrumentation has racked up nearly half a million Spotify streams since the song’s January 14 launch.

-Bobby Moore

“11 Beers”, The Reklaws and Jake Owen

Canadian country duo The Reklaws have recruited Jake Owen for their latest single and it’s the perfect combination of their strong vocals and Owen’s signature airy twang. The song is an interesting concept, centered around a man reflecting on who got away…kind of like a 12-pack of beers missing one.

“We know our fans are going to relate to this track because we all lost something before we felt it was over,” said Jenna Walker, who includes The Reklaws with her brother Stuart. Looks like Nashville. “We’re so honored that Jake Owen, an artist we’ve partied with and inspired us since changing all of our lives with ‘Barefoot Blue Jean Night,’ has agreed to join us and bring his signature easy-going, upbeat melodies to take this fun love song over the top.”

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Justin Timberlake’s ‘Justified’ Turns 20 This Year – We’re Ranking All The Songs On The Disc https://allanpettersson.org/justin-timberlakes-justified-turns-20-this-year-were-ranking-all-the-songs-on-the-disc/ Sun, 13 Mar 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://allanpettersson.org/justin-timberlakes-justified-turns-20-this-year-were-ranking-all-the-songs-on-the-disc/ Justin Timberlake released his iconic solo debut “Justified” in November 2002, just over a year after the release of NSYNC’s last album “Celebrity.” At the time, Timberlake was taking a hiatus from the band to pursue solo music, but that hiatus turned into a full-time departure, effectively ending NSYNC’s career while the band was at […]]]>

Justin Timberlake released his iconic solo debut “Justified” in November 2002, just over a year after the release of NSYNC’s last album “Celebrity.”

At the time, Timberlake was taking a hiatus from the band to pursue solo music, but that hiatus turned into a full-time departure, effectively ending NSYNC’s career while the band was at its peak. “Justified” has sold over 10 million copies worldwide and made Timberlake a household name while establishing him as a musical force in his own right.

Recorded with The Neptunes, Timbaland, Scott Storch, The Underdogs and Brian McKnight, “Justified” saw Timberlake co-write every song on the album and it gave him four monster hits in the form of “Like I Love You” ( feat. Clipse), “Cry Me A River”, “Rock Your Body” and “Señorita”.

Sonically, the record saw Timberlake move away from NSYNC’s commercial pop and into harder R&B territory, drawing inspiration from Michael Jackson (some of the songs on the record were written with Jackson in mind) and exploring sounds that his fans had never heard of him. before.

To mark the album’s 20th anniversary, I’ve gone through all 13 tracks and categorized them. Use the arrows below to see if you agree with my ranking…

13. Let’s Take a Ride

One of seven tracks produced by The Neptunes on the record, “Let’s Take a Ride” is a midtempo R&B jam that sees Timberlake leaning into his soulful side. The song isn’t bad on its own, it’s just not as memorable as the rest of the album. It was a staple on the setlist for the “Justified” world tour that ran from 2003 to 2004 and it gave Timberlake a break from dancing.

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Dan Davidson Says New EP ‘Six Songs To Midnight’ Marks Transition To New Era Of Music (Exclusive) https://allanpettersson.org/dan-davidson-says-new-ep-six-songs-to-midnight-marks-transition-to-new-era-of-music-exclusive/ Thu, 10 Mar 2022 17:37:23 +0000 https://allanpettersson.org/dan-davidson-says-new-ep-six-songs-to-midnight-marks-transition-to-new-era-of-music-exclusive/ If you’re looking for a new country artist to love and a hit EP to add to your playlists, look no further! Award-winning country artist dan davidson just released their new EP Six songs until midnight and it’s an absolute must-listen. Davidson is a Canadian-born country singer-songwriter who has taken the industry by storm over […]]]>

If you’re looking for a new country artist to love and a hit EP to add to your playlists, look no further! Award-winning country artist dan davidson just released their new EP Six songs until midnight and it’s an absolute must-listen.

Davidson is a Canadian-born country singer-songwriter who has taken the industry by storm over the past five years. Since stepping onto the scene, Davidson has already garnered 6 CCMA nominations, 10 ACMA Awards, Gold Record, Best Selling Canadian Song & Record, Top 20 Numbers and hundreds of performances.

To add to his already long list of accomplishments, the “Found” singer has just released his new EP. Six songs until midnight, which is now available on all streaming platforms. When he sat down with Celeb Secrets Country for an exclusive interview, Davidson said that this body of work “marks the beginning of a transition to an artist who ‘lets the music do the talking’.”

“In the past, I made my mark by making really crazy music videos and almost having a ‘pop punk of country’ vibe, but I decided to put these 6 songs together on this EP because I felt they really represented a very distinct era of my writing and my growth as an artist,” he shares.

You can read our full Q&A below, where he discusses his musical journey, the creative process behind Six songs at midnight, what’s to come for the rest of the year and more.

Don’t forget to let us know what you think of the EP by leaving a reaction at the bottom of the post or by sending us a tweet at @CS_Country. You can also connect with Dan Davidson by giving him a follow on Instagram at @itsdandavidson.

Celeb Secrets Country: Hi Dan, thanks for taking the time to chat with us. Can you introduce yourself and tell us a bit about yourself for our readers who may have just discovered you?

Dan Davidson: “Hey! My pleasure! Thank you so much for giving me the chance to talk about my new record! Sure, I’d like to give you a quick rundown 🙂 Well, I’m from St. Albert, Alberta – I grew up watching my dad sing and play piano and guitar for fun, I think it’s That’s what got me interested in music. I started loving music by listening to my parents’ records (The Eagles, Queen, Suppertramp, Lyle Lovett, Blue Rodeo and others). I started playing in punk and hard rock bands as a teenager, then went to music school after graduating. From there, I met 3 guys with whom I started the rock band Tupelo Honey. This group had a lightning career. Within a year of being together (I was 19) we were touring with Billy Talent, Metric, Three Days Grace and tons of amazing bands. Later, we even got to do a tour with Bon Jovi. After lots of live and radio success as an indie, the rock scene got a bit stale and we decided to try new things. After some introspection, I decided to make a solo career. Being a prairie boy – you can’t help but have a little ‘country’ locked away somewhere. When I started writing for my solo project, I unlocked that door and the first song that came out was “Found” which is now almost platinum in Canada. That’s what started it all – since then my country career has been going full steam ahead! In the music industry, lightning very rarely strikes twice – I’m one of the lucky ones.

CSC: You are a singer, songwriter, producer and artist now, but what made you want to pursue music or do you have a specific memory that inspired you?

NOT A WORD : “I mean, when I was a kid, rock stars were ALWAYS the pinnacle of cool. That’s what made me obsessed with bands, albums, songs and concerts. I would say if I had to identify a time when I knew I had to do this with my life, it was my 16th birthday. My dad treated me and my buddies to a day in a recording studio to do a 3 track demo. Having that experience, passing around our demo tape and seeing the kids react was definitely the highlight of my teenage years.

CSC: Congratulations on the release of your new EP “6 Songs To Midnight”, how was this release for you and how did you spend the days preparing for this release?

NOT A WORD : “It was wild! The record debuted at #1 on the Canadian iTunes country charts – so that’s super validating for me. In the last few weeks leading up to this release, I’ve been spending a lot of time on the phone with Australian radio stations actually! 2 of the tracks on this record were big singles for me – including my first top 10 song “Roll With It” with The Road Hammers. I’ve also been hard at work running contests for fans to win advanced signed physical copies and planning my launch party, which is a collaboration with Ferrari of Alberta! »

CSC: How did you decide which tracks made it to this ep, and can fans expect to hear songs that may not have made it to the project?

NOT A WORD : “I decided to put these 6 songs together on this EP because I felt they really represented a very distinct era of my songwriting and growth as an artist. The songs have the classic Dan Davidson ‘get drunk and fall in love’ type song, but there’s also this theme of ‘keep a smile on your face no matter what kind of hell life throws at you’ – this which was accidentally a great message for all of us over the past two years!

CSC: What do you hope fans and listeners will take away from this EP?

NOT A WORD : “I think with every record, we as artists just want to make that kind of “soundtrack for our lives”. I hope my fans will see personality and honesty in these songs. I certainly wasn’t trying to flatter or “fit in” anywhere specifically in the scene. This music was just fun to write and sounded really honest. My theory is that artists who have personality and aren’t afraid to show it, connect better with fans and ultimately stick around longer. That’s the point !”

CSC: This also marks the beginning of a new era of maturity for you. What made you want to move on to a more mature route and what fans can expect from this new era

NOT A WORD : “Well, I think this record sort of marks the beginning of my transition into being an artist who “lets the music do the talking”. In the past, I’ve made my mark doing really crazy music videos and almost having a “pop punk of country” vibe. I just want to do my best not to repeat myself, to challenge myself as an artist and to rise to this larger than life international act.

CSC: You’ve accomplished a lot so far in your career, working with people like Gord Bamford and Tim Hick, but you also have 6 CCMA nominations, 10 CMAB awards. What’s next for you, do you have any dreams or goals on a vision board for your future?

NOT A WORD : “Yes definitely! Well, I’m up for 6 CMAB awards this year, and hope to get some CCMA and Juno love too in the near future, of course – but awards aren’t everything. Rewards are kind of funny, aren’t they? Like you can’t “win” the music…it’s not hockey…but it’s nice to be recognized for your hard work! My main driver is to continue to grow internationally and to put butts in the seats. This is what really determines the value of an artist. I think it all starts with great music and real connection with the fans…all the fun things fall into place after that. Coming Soon – I’m booking my summer right now with festivals across Canada. I also have a few gigs in France, Spain and the UK coming up! Hopefully later this year I’ll be heading to Australia as well, a place that’s been really receptive to my tracks so far.

CSC: If you could describe upcoming projects in three words, what would they be and why?

NOT A WORD : “International, exciting and growing! I already have the whole NEXT EP written and almost recorded. I’ve set my goal bigger than ever and my team is slowly growing which feels like it’s just the beginning :)”

CSC: Finally, since we are Celeb Secrets, what is there about you or your music that people may not know?

NOT A WORD : “I once went to a party with Johnny Knoxville and helped him retrieve a girl’s purse from an 8th floor fire escape with a contraption made up of 15 coat hangers. True story.”

LISTEN TO SIX MIDNIGHT SONGS BELOW:

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