Released on August 27, the video for Kyd’s new single, ‘Get On Down’ sees the artist visit the “wild west” popularised in the Spaghetti Western genre of the 1960s. It features footage in old saloons, the desert of the US South West, and old fashioned steam trains. If that wasn’t already enough to evoke the Clint Eastwood classic, ‘The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly’, the song opens up with an extract of Ennio Morricone’s haunting theme from the film itself.
The now Nashville-based brother-sister duo Juna N Joey, fuse a contemporary style songwriting into their country roots with their latest single ‘’Til Your Heartbreaks’. After the instant success of the single, Juna N Joey have gone onto release an acoustic version of the single. We check in to hear all about it.
Jamie Lawson, the critically acclaimed singer songwriter who took the world by storm with the international hit, ‘I Wasn’t Expecting That’, a song that has been streamed over 250 million times, and an album that was number one in 26 countries. Since then, he has won an Ivor Novello Award for ‘Best Song Musically and Lyrically’, toured stadiums with Ed Sheeran playing 52 dates throughout Europe before lockdown. He was famously the first signing to Ed Sheeran’s label, Gingerbread Man Records.
The Shires are probably our most successful Country artists and just before lockdown last March, they released album number four ‘Good Years’ but had to put their tour on hold. The tour has been put back to 2022 but they are going to treat their fans, and hopefully some new fans, to an exclusive live gig to be streamed on Saturday, April 10th via Stabal. You can find out more here.
Chris Stapleton is a five time Grammy winner, ten time CMA award and seven time ACM award winner. So to say that a new album from him is a Country music event is an understatement. In fact, such is the respect that this Kentucky born artist is held in across the board, this is quite simply a music event.