Rachel Reinert – “All We Have”
Former member of the hugely popular country group, Gloriana After deciding to part ways with the band to pursue her passion – a solo career as an artist, Rachel released her debut solo single, “Cool,” in 2018″All We Have” is very personal to Rachel — capturing how she found self-worth and discovered what was truly important to her in life after leaving Gloriana and going solo.
Carolyn Miller – “What You Can’t Have”
Carolyn has been named “One to Watch” by Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI), and she’s been tapped one of Nash FM’s “Nash Next” finalistHer 2018 debut EP, Unbreakable, reached the Top 7 on the iTunes pre-order country charts.
Sarah Ross – “Nervous Breakdown”
Sarah Ross has released her highly anticipated full length album, “Nervous Breakdown.” The album features tracks like the popular “Shotgun,” “Calm Before The Storm,” as well as new tracks like “Golden Ticket,” “Daddy Issues,” and a remix of “Shotgun” featuring Colt Ford. Listen Here.
Maddie & Tae – One Heart to Another EP
Platinum-selling duo Maddie & Tae are “setting the stage for a bright journey” (Sounds Like Nashville) with their eagerly-awaited new EP One Heart To Another (Mercury Nashville), available here. Featuring five tracks, predominantly co-written by Maddie & Tae’s Maddie Marlow and Taylor Dye, and produced by Jimmy Robbins and Derek Wells, the highly-anticipated project represents stories of love, loss and redemption. The collection serves as a snapshot of more music to come from the award-winning duo later this year.
Kelsey Lamb – “Girl at the Bar”
“Girl at the Bar,” is Lamb’s most vulnerable song to date. The song illustrates how Lamb has dealt with her previous heartbreaks. “I get so frustrated with the way I handle heartbreak. I don’t wear pain on my sleeve, I am the person that puts on a happy face and powers through like nothing ever happened,” explains Lamb. Kelsey Lamb recently announced her self-titled debut EP, set for release on May 31, 2019. The EP, produced by Matt McVaney and Josh Hoge, will feature six tracks, with Lamb being a co-writer on five of the songs