Hailing from Alabama, The Cains Trio, siblings Taylor, Madison and brother Logan, have released their new single "Be Yourself With Me" from their upcoming debut album due to be released October 7th.
"Be Yourself With Me" is a refreshing tune that is instantly likable, in terms of both the melody and the lyrics. The calming cadence of the melody is complemented by soothing, caring vocals that deliver a comforting message: be yourself. With all of the rules we have to follow in society, the emotions we may have to hide, and frequently having to keep our guard up, it is reassuring to know that there will always be that one person, with whom we can "breath a sigh of relief" because they will accept and love us as we are.
"Oh and let me be the one you can open up to
'Cause I would love to be the one you run to
When life isn't fair
Oh you can wear your heart out on your sleeve
Be yourself with me"
"Be Yourself With Me" is a nice initial offering from the Trio that makes one look forward to hearing more.
The single is currently available at iTunes.
Blake and Jenny Marvin are the married couple who comprise country music's Two Way Crossing. The duo just released their new single “Deep End” to country radio via CDX Nashville.
"Deep End" extends summer just a little longer as the song talks about taking a drive to the creek on a beautiful day and going for a dip, jumping into the deep end of the water but maybe a new relationship too. Blake takes the lead vocals on the track while Jenny provides the harmonies.
"I wanna jump, jump in the deep end
Get into somethin', somewhere we ain't been
Leave that little tank top hanging on a tree stump
Come on, come on, come on baby let's jump
Yeah, into the deep end"
The pop country track has a very catchy melody and very relaxed feel, perfect for those last days of summer like weather. "Deep End" is a song you won't mind diving into. Check it out.
For more information visit their official website www.TwoWayCrossing.com
Sometimes it takes a few listens before you can really start liking an album, but Adam Hambrick's Wheels or Wings is one of those rarities that you will enjoy immediately.
Hambrick, a country songwriter with Sony/ATV and RED Creative group, has spent the past two years living in Nashville and writing every day for other artists (including the Justin Moore/Miranda Lambert duet “Old Habits”). On September 30th, he will release his debut, Wheels or Wings, a six song EP. The project, produced by Jeremy Stover (Justin Moore, Drake White, Jack Ingram) and Andrew DeRoberts, showcases his songwriting and demonstrates that he is more than ready to be an artist in his own right.
The tracks on Wheels or Wings, highlighted by Hambrick's strong songwriting, are largely about love and relationships, those starting out and those ending. Hambrick's highly relatable story songs paint clear, detailed pictures whether the song is about lost love ("Til Lonely Runs Out" and "Table For One") or new beginnings ("Places"). The banjo infused "My Home," in which he compares the love of a woman to a hometown, is a radio ready sure thing.
Throughout the EP, Hambrick melds modern with traditional touches into his own unique style while singing in a clear, familiar voice. Mark September 30th down on the calendar and be sure to pick up Wheels or Wings.
For more information visit his official website
Written in a week and recorded in one day, Erich McMann released his first solo country album, The Last American Songbook, independently in 2013.
The album, an “audio snapshot of America, its people, music and culture," definitely has a classic country sound filled with featured instruments that you will be happy to hear like fiddle, pedal steel, dobro and harmonica. Those instruments bring to life his influences of Americana, folk, honky tonk, traditional country, swing and even the music of the 1950s ("I Don't Need No Woman"). The ten tracks touch on the patriotic (“The Red, White and Blue”), the road (“Redneck Hippie 2012”), and celebrate life in the country (“Back on The Farm”).
The real standouts are “My Heart Pounds When I See Your Face,” which is made for two steppin', and “Keep Me Loving You,” which was nominated for the 2013 Song of the Year Award by the Academy of Western Recording Artists. Definitely give them a listen.
“Storm Breaking” marks a return to US radio for London Irish based brothers, Adrian (guitar & vocals), Chris (bass & drums) & Melvin Duffy (pedal steel, slide guitars & vocals), prior to the release of their forthcoming album in 2015.
The brothers are especially proud to have their uncles, Ray and Leo Duffy (mandolin and fiddle), Grand Ole Opry performers themselves who have toured with Charley Pride and supported Tammy Wynette and Johnny Cash to name a few, provide additional musical input on this song.
"Storm Breaking" is the follow up to their recent single "Someone Like You," which spent nine weeks on Ireland's national radio playlist as well as thousands of spins on US radio. "Storm Breaking," a stirring ballad with lovely harmonies, tells the story of a couple contemplating the fate of their relationship comparing a willingness to give it another try to a storm breaking "so we don't have to part." The artwork perfectly depicts the overall atmosphere the production and vocals paint for the song. You can clearly see a couple at a crossroads, standing on that pier as the waves crash, wondering if the storm is coming or it will pass.
Picking up airplay entries on both the AMA Americana (#73) & MusicRow CountryBreakout (#130) charts, with Nashville’s Robert Oermann (MusicRow DISClaimer) stating “this defines feel good music,” Adrian Duffy & The Mayo Brothers are a group that you should add to your musical "family."
For more information: www.adrianduffy.com