A TWIN KENNEDY CHRISTMAS SET FOR RELEASE NOVEMBER 10TH
It’s beginning to look a lot like A Twin Kennedy Christmas, with the announcement of three-time CCMA Award nominee Twin Kennedy‘s upcoming Christmas album, set for release November 10. Known for their flawless sibling harmonies and beautiful instrumentals, fans can pre-order the album today and receive an advance download of the lead single ‘Cold Weather’ and their cover of the holiday classic ‘It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas.’
Destined to be a Christmas-time staple in households across the country, A Twin Kennedy Christmas was recorded in Nashville, TN with some of Music City’s best. Twin Kennedy rounded up an all-star team for the record including the rhythm section of Grammy award-winning group The Time Jumpers. The duo co-produced the record with Nashville’s Dustin Olyan and wrote with some of Canada and Nashville’s finest such as Joe Doyle, Brian Donkers and Steve Rivers.
The upcoming album mixes both holiday classics and Twin Kennedy originals including the debut single ‘Cold Weather,’ which will be available on Canadian country radio just in time for the Christmas season.
“Christmas is our favourite time of year! It has always been a dream of ours to record a Christmas album,” says the duo. “We are so excited to share this new collection of both original holiday songs and our own arrangements of many holiday classics we love. We hope to become a part of our fans’ Christmas celebrations every year with A Twin Kennedy Christmas!”
Twin Kennedy has toured extensively throughout Canada and the US since the release of their debut album It’s a Love Thing, produced by fellow Canadian country artist George Canyon. Known for their uplifting and energetic live show, the duo is hitting the road once again for theirA Twin Kennedy Christmas Tour. With performances through the US before heading to their home province of British Columbia, the 2017 tour is one that fans will not want to miss.
Fans need to keep a close eye on Twin Kennedy’s social pages leading into the holidays – with exclusive content from the upcoming album and tour, Twin Kennedy will be connecting with fans in a whole new way this holiday season!
“Makin’ Me Crazy”
Canadian Country artist Eric Ethridge has just dropped his second single “Makin’ Me Crazy” to radio. Produced by Los Angeles based producer Brian Howes (Keith Urban, Hinder, Boys Like Girls, Nickelback & Daughtry) Co-written by: Nashville songwriter Caeland Garner.
Ethridge is quickly earring his reputation throughout Canada and the US opening for acts such as Florida Georgia Line, Randy Houser, Brett Kissel, LOCASH and Billy Currington. With his top 30 single “Liquor’s Callin’ the Shots” on Canadian Country charts, Eric is an up and coming artist to watch for! Ethridge has been traveling back and forth to Nashville and Los Angeles recording the rest of his EP set to release in 2018.
With over 34,000 followers across social media platforms and over 300,000 views on Youtube, Eric makes a connection with his fans both on and off the stage.
The Mudslingers are locked and loaded to rock the country.
They work hard, and it shows. They’re the perfect combination of fresh energy and veteran musicianship. They balance the heritage of Country Song Writing with modern production, and just enough rock edge to add spice without being too spicy- like the perfect hot wings on a Friday night.
The music is engaging and catchy. They’ll have you singing along, drumming on your dashboard and giving the best air guitar riffs you’ve had in decades.
These boys aren’t just another studio trick. Seeing the Mudslingers live is likely to be one of the most energizing concerts you’ve seen.
We all have to get our hands dirty in life. Why not celebrate it by slinging it around a little? Join the party with the Mudslingers, County’s Hottest Ticket.
“Lonesome From You”
Jackie Guy’s latest single, “Lonesome From You”, will be released to radio today A songwriting collaboration between Guy, Rich McFarlane and Richard Vande Sompel, “Lonesome From You” is a relatable ballad about love, loneliness and disillusionment.
A five-time Saskatchewan Country Music Association award nominee, Guy has been performing and writing country music since her teens. Career highlights include: sold-out performances throughout Saskatchewan casinos, a Master of Ceremonies gig for Lorrie Morgan and Pam Tillis’ Grits ‘n’ Glamour tour, appearing as the supporting act for Sawyer Brown, and teaming up with Nashville producer Dean Miller to re-record and film a music video for “Bridges”. With new material in the works for an upcoming EP, Jackie looks forward to recording a collaborative effort with Mosaic Music’s Rich McFarlane and Nashville-based producer Larry Beaird. Guy debuted more of her new material at shows this summer at Rock Creek, Country at the Creek in Big River, and her annual Provincial Park Tour at Good Spirit Lake, Duck Mountain and Greenwater Lake. She continues to write and record and plans to release the new EP in early 2018.