Posts tagged country
Feature Friday: Karly Driftwood

Every artist has a story - whether you’re a writer, musician, or some other sort of creative, you hold your own unique story near and dear to your heart. In the case of singer-songwriter Karly Driftwood, her breezy blend of indie-country is laced with her unique story of making it in Music City. We chatted with Karly Driftwood about pursuing her music career, relocating to Nashville, favorite horror movies, and more!

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Feature Friday: Josh Olsen

Texas native Josh Olsen is certainly no stranger to the music industry. Olsen began his career writing music for other artists, and eventually found himself on X-Factor back in 2012. From there, he started writing his own music to perform himself and made the huge move out to L.A. to follow his dream.

I had the chance to speak to Josh Olsen about growing up in Texas and moving to the West Coast, what his inspiration is for his upcoming EP, and more! Continue reading below to learn more about Josh, and to watch the music video for “Bad Things.”

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Feature Friday: Bucky Covington

If you’re a fan of the show American Idol and have been watching since the start, there’s a pretty good chance you’re familiar with the name Bucky Covington. This young country music artist caught the attention of millions on the show back in 2006, and has continued to make a name for himself ever since. Major releases such as “A Different World” and “I’ll Walk” shot Covington to the top of the charts. Recently, Covington had the opportunity to work on an upcoming movie, Brother’s Keeper.

Continue reading for this week’s Feature Friday interview where we talk about this amazing opportunity, how moving to Nashville has inspired Covington’s songwriting, his upcoming single, and more!

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Feature Friday: Sereena Shares How She Switched to Music Full Time

Nashville by way of Ohio artist Sereena shared with us how she made the transition from PR to doing music full time, how she unplugs from social media, local artists that inspire her, and more! Continue reading to check out our interview and to listen to her new single, “Vibes.”

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Feature Friday: Del Schueler

Songs are born from ideas and memories, be it a passing daydream, real life experience, or story passed down from generation to generation. In any case, having a solid foundation to base your writing off of is crucial. In Del Schueler’s case, storytelling is essentially second nature as she grew up in a musical family and has been writing since childhood.

We chatted with Del about her upcoming EP, the inspiration behind her new single, performing with Hunter Hayes, and more. Continue reading below to learn more about Del and to listen to “Kiss You At The Red Light”!

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SavageLuke // Feature Friday

Andrew Lange, AKA SavageLuke, is a Nashville based solo musician. His Outlaw Country mixed with Americana vibe combines modern themes with tried and true elements of classic artists like Bob Dylan and Neil Young.

Continue reading to listen to “My Friend” and to check out an interview with SavageLuke where we talk about live vs. studio recordings, go-to venues in Nashville, and more!

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DANI JACK // INTERVIEW

Click to continue after the jump to read an interview with Dani and to watch her music video with for "Ten Tiny Toes."

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CHRISTIE HUFF // INTERVIEW

Continue reading to learn more about Christie, read an interview where we talk favorite artists, what it was like to work with Avi Kaplan (formerly from Pentatonix) and Kristie's upcoming EP. You can watch the music video for "Dream Catcher" after the jump! 

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Kaitie Wade // Feature Friday

Kaitie Wade, a Seattle native now living in Nashville, is certainly a force to be reckoned with. Having moved to Music City in order to pursue her dream of becoming a successful musician, Kaitie is off to a promising start. Carefully crafting feel-good pop country songs jam packed with personal, inspiring, and well placed lyrics, Kaitie's talent shines on her five track EP, Starts With A Song. 

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