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Sweet. Smooth. Classic. Country. Sugar Country Radio plays the sweetest mix of smooth Country favorites. We’ve got five decades of memories playing along with a select batch of today’s best new music. Hear it all at
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Pam Tillis - Let That Pony Run
Tracy Byrd - Holdin' Heaven
George Jones - I'm A One Woman Man
Suzy Boggus - Outbound Plane
Out Of The Woods Radio Show - Saturday, 8Pm Eastern
Ashley Mcbryde - Girl Goin' Nowhere
Ricky Van Shelton - Somebody Lied
Joshua Ray Walker - Voices
Sweethearts Of The Rodeo - Since I Found You
John Anderson - Years
Hal Ketchum - Past The Point Of Rescue
The Judds - Love Is Alive
Marie Osmond Featuring Dan Seals - Meet Me In Montana
Randy Rogers & Wade Bowen - Rodeo Clown
Jordan Rager - The Wrong Ones
Reba Mcentire - You're The First Time I've Thought About Leaving
Ronnie Dunn - Peaceful Easy Feeling
South Austin Moonlighters - Girl From Texas
Faith Hill - Breathe
Thomas Rhett - Remember You Young
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  • Skip Ewing To Release Wyoming Album August 21, 2020 Friday, 31 July 2020 21:49:00

    Award-winning singer/songwriter Skip Ewing built a music career envied by many. His songs have appeared on over 80 million records and been recorded by a veritable who’s who of Country Music. After a detour that took him to new territory, geographically, professionally, and spiritually, Skip has completed his highly anticipated new album, Wyoming, …and it was worth the wait! The unparalleled 12 song collection, co-produced with Kyle Lehning, is slated for release August 21, 2020, on Write! Records. “I started writing the album in 2018. I didn’t know if I’d ever do another music project,” Ewing admits. “I had sold everything in Nashville except my instruments and some art. In the meantime, I had been coming to Wyoming every year since the early 2000s.” Though music remained his first love, Ewing developed a passion for horses and discovered he had a gift for working with them. “I rode thousands of miles horseback,” Ewing says. “I devoted myself to horsemanship and learned so much from them about who I am.” Soon, Ewing found himself in a particularly creative season of his life. “My wife came home one day, and I played her another of the new songs, and she said, ‘Honey, it’s time to put all the journeys together. The world needs to hear this.'” From the first steam-driven riffs in “Railroad,” through the last guitar harmonics of “Unicorns,” experiencing Wyoming as an album is captivating. The melodies wash over us; the lyrics transport us. We become enveloped in the lyrical fabric, and musical tapestry Ewing has woven. The collection reverberates with a wide array of emotions, tangible feelings of longing, hope, love, angst, and joy. “I wasn’t striving for this to be a certain kind of record, just allowing it to be what it was. I wanted to write skillfully using all the tools I had, my heart, my brain, my experience. I was unafraid, willing to speak my heart without filtering it through what somebody else told me I had to do to be successful.” When Ewing began thinking of who he wanted to co-produce the album with him, only one person came to mind—Kyle Lehning. They’d met years ago when Lehning, because of Ewing’s unique style, enlisted him to play guitar on a Randy Travis session—another of Ewing’s destined-to-be #1 compositions “If Didn’t Have You.” Though they hadn’t spoken in years, Ewing reached out to Lehning. “In his ever-kind manner, Kyle said, ‘Alright, send it to me, but honestly, I’m only recording things I really want to record,'” Ewing recalls. “Kyle listened to it and called me back right after and said, ‘Well, when do you want to record?'” From the moment they stepped into the studio, Ewing says the experience was better than he could have anticipated. “It felt like Kyle and I had worked together for 20 years. We had so much fun making the record and pushing the envelope,” he smiles. “I believe we got some wonderful moments just because of the way we worked Continue reading Skip Ewing To Release Wyoming Album August 21, 2020

  • New Music From NEEDTOBREATH: Out of Body Tuesday, 28 July 2020 21:05:38

    NEEDTOBREATHE have announced they will welcome their new album with Celebrating Out of Body, a fully immersive concert experience directed by acclaimed filmmaker Elizabeth Olmstead (Brandi Carlile, The Highwomen) that will see the band perform their new songs live for the very first time. Streamed from the studio in Nashville, TN, this high definition audio and video experience will put fans right in the middle of a live performance to celebrate the album’s release. Celebrating Out of Body will take place on Friday, August 28th at 9:00pm ET. Fans can purchase tickets starting today HERE.  Out of Body is due for release on August 28, 2020 via Elektra Records/Centricity Music, and is available for pre-order and pre-save now HERE. Limited edition merch bundles and experiences are available exclusively through NEEDTOBREATHE’s online store HERE.  NEEDTOBREATHE introduced Out of Body in April with the release of anthemic lead single “Hang On” and ballad “Seasons”. American Songwriter claimed, “‘Hang On’ could easily be the next summertime sing-along,” and E! News praised the track as “The sort of anthem we all need right about now.” “Hang On” has already soundtracked a nationalcampaign for the PGA Tour’s Impact Initiative and been featured in the season finale of American Idol. Last month, NEEDTOBREATHE launched the album’s pre-order, and shared its third song “Survival” (feat. Drew & Ellie Holcomb)”. The band also shared the emotionally charged track “Who Am I”. Fans who pre-order Out of Body  will receive immediate downloads of all four songs the band has unveiled.  On Out of Body, the platinum-certified trio—Bear Rinehart [vocals, guitar], Seth Bolt [bass, vocals], and Josh Lovelace [keys, vocals]—examine life, family, and friends through a youthful prism. The guys take stock of not only two decades as a band, but also first-time fatherhood and the future over a rich soundtrack of soulful rock with stadium-size scope and poetic intimacy. After spending a week at a beach house in Charleston to gather thoughts and ideas, the trio headed to Nashville, to record alongside producers Cason Cooley and Jeremy Lutito. As they cultivated a team atmosphere, the songs organically came to life. Out of Body follows 2016’s H A R D L O V E, which debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top Current Album Sales Chart, and featured the gold-certified title track “Hard Love”.

  • Charlie Daniels,, Famed Country Music Legend, Has Died at Age 83 Tuesday, 7 July 2020 02:37:23

    Country Music Hall of Famer Charlie Daniels of Wilmington North Carolina has sadly passed from this world today. Daniels’ publicist, Don Murray Grubbs, confirmed he died Monday morning after a hemorrhagic stroke, the Tennessean reported. He died at a hospital in Hermitage, Tennessee, according to The Associated Press. Arrangements for Daniels’ funeral and memorial services will be announced in the coming days, although a small private family affair is to be expected at first due to coronavirus restrictions, while a larger celebrity tribute may follow. Daniels is survived by his wife, Hazel, and his son, Charlie Daniels Jr.

  • Out Now: “Home Sweet” by Russell Dickerson Saturday, 27 June 2020 19:49:13

    The Romantically-Charged Song Intimately Details the 2020 ACM Nominee’s Discovery of Wife’s Longawaited First Pregnancy, Available as an Instant Grat Everywhere Now, with Supplementary Lyric Video Triple Tigers’ multi-platinum recording artist, Russell Dickerson released “Home Sweet,” the second song off his to-be-announced sophomore album. The track, available everywhere now, features Dickerson’s signature masterful songwriting with an evolved sound. As art imitates life, the mid-tempo Summer tune takes an intimate historical walk down his last several years of marriage, and for the first time, recounts the private first moment he found out his wife was pregnant. “This song is as real as it gets,” says Dickerson. “The week Kailey and I got home from our honeymoon, my income stopped. I was in between deals and we were flat broke! Now we just moved into our new house and have a baby on the way so yeah, ‘Home Sweet’ is about as spot-on real-life as it gets.” The singer-songwriter croons of reality after his honeymoon six years ago, “Went from all-inclusive margaritas in Malibu, to prayin’ we could pay rent this month… Home sweet, you and me. Ain’t got much but we got all we need.” Cut to present day, three back-to-back no. 1 radio singles, a custom-built dream home, and the latest answered prayer in the Dickerson household: “Nothin’ like home sweet, you and me. A quarter-acre and two-bed farm house… Starin’ at them two pink lines. Yea, just you and me, looks like we gotta make a little more room in our home, sweet.” Dickerson’s “Home Sweet” lyric video was filmed in the sprawling backyard of his home in Nashville. Listen to Russell Dickerson’s “Home Sweet” here: Watch Russell Dickerson’s “Home Sweet” lyric video here: LINK ABOUT RUSSELL DICKERSON The Nashville-based multi-platinum recording artist, and 2020 ACM nominee for “Best New Male Artist of the Year,” Russell Dickerson, touts an impressive three back-to-back no. 1 singles: the Double Platinum debut hit, “Yours,” dubbed the “biggest love song of the year,” followed by Platinum sophomore single, “Blue Tacoma” (featured in the hit “X-Men” franchise film “Logan”), and America’s 2019 Summer anthem “Every Little Thing,” Dickerson’s latest Platinum single to sit atop country charts. Dickerson’s Gold certified debut album charted at no. 5 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart, arriving at no. 1 on Billboard’s Emerging Artists chart and garnered his ACM nominations for “Song of the Year,” “New Male Vocalist of the Year,” and CMT nomination for “Breakthrough Video of the Year.” He was also nominated for an iHeart Radio Music Award for “Best New County Artist.” With a profound dedication to breeding authentic human connection, People Magazine’s “One to Watch” and festival fan favorite spends as much time on the road with the fans who made “Yours” the undisputed wedding song of 2018. Dickerson plans to return to the road with Kane Brown on the Worldwide Beautiful Tour. Russell is the launch artist on Triple Tigers Records, a joint venture with Sony Music. @russelled |

  • New Music From Ned LeDoux – Dance With your Spurs On Friday, 26 June 2020 21:53:19

    Ned LeDoux has stayed busy performing numerous live stream concerts and promoting music from his Next In Line album during the COVID-19 lockdown. His upbeat “Dance With Your Spurs On” single was made available two weeks ago, and today the lyric video for the song was released. Ned co-wrote the song with Corb Lund, who joins him on the vocal track and in the video. The clip can be viewed HERE. “This is a song I wrote with Corb, who gave me the idea about two years ago,” said Ned. “It’s about living life to the fullest in the cowboy way. You’ll still be spinning as they lay you in the ground. We perform this one in our shows, and we actually named the tour Dance with Your Spurs On.” The upbeat video waxes nostalgic with rodeo scenes of bronc riding, bull riding, roping, steer wrestling, clips from classic Western movies and scenes celebrating the Western lifestyle. Next In Line was released last November and has yielded the hit single “Old Fashioned,” a nod to LeDoux’s roots. The 13-song album was produced by Mac McAnally and can be heard HERE.  Ned took home Buckle trophies for Album of the Year for Next In Line and shared Songwriter of the Year with Lund for “Dance With Your Spurs On” at last month’s 4th Annual Rocky Mountain Country Music Awards. The two wins bring his total Buckles from the organization to five. Visit for updates on his Dance With Your Spurs On Tour Presented By Just LeDoux It Spirits.

  • Dixie Chicks Drop ‘Dixie’ From Their Name – Release “March March” Friday, 26 June 2020 21:46:48

    THE DIXIE CHICKS are now officially “THE CHICKS” after changing their name across all of their social media pages and web site this morning (6/25). The band’s publicist confirmed the name change to ALL ACCESS. The band has not commented on the change other than adding the message “We want to meet this moment” under the new name on their web site. The news coincided with the release of their new music video for the song “March March” on YOUTUBE. The group’s new COLUMBIA RECORDS album, “Gaslighter,” is due on FRIDAY, JULY 17th. The band has been known as THE DIXIE CHICKS since their founding in 1989.

  • New Music from Gabby Barrett Tuesday, 16 June 2020 23:30:00

    Warner Music Nashville's Gabby Barrett will release her debut album, "Goldmine," on Friday, June 19th. The project will feature 13 tracks, 12 of which Barrett had a hand in writing. Continue reading New Music from Gabby Barrett

  • New Album From Buddy Jewell To Release June 26th! Tuesday, 16 June 2020 20:40:16

    Buddy Jewell has set June 26, 2020 as the release for his most ambitious album to date, the 15-song Bluebonnet Highway on Diamond Dust Records.The collection spans Country, Americana and Bluegrass and includes several originals, re-records of Buddy’s hits and covers of some of his favorite and most influential songs. Continue reading New Album From Buddy Jewell To Release June 26th!

  • Country Music Thriving During Pandemic: A Special Report from Bloomberg Tuesday, 16 June 2020 20:33:07

    While music listening has fallen “by about 550 million streams a week (3.4%) for the last 10 weeks” as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, BLOOMBERG reports that two genres, Country and Children’s music, have not been impacted as hard as other genres have been, especially Dance, Latin, and Hip-Hop/R&B. Continue reading Country Music Thriving During Pandemic: A Special Report from Bloomberg

  • Brandi Carlile, The Highwomen, Brittany Howard, Tanya Tucker Top Americans Honors & Awards Nominations Tuesday, 16 June 2020 20:22:55

    In a strong showing for female artists, THE HIGHWOMEN, TANYA TUCKER and BRITTANY HOWARD top the nominations for the 19th annual AMERICANA HONORS & AWARDS with nods in three categories apiece, while THE HIGHWOMEN’s BRANDI CARLILE earned an additional nomination as a solo artist, in addition to recognition as a producer and songwriter in several categories. JOHN PRINE, who passed away from COVID-19 earlier this year, earned a posthumous nomination in the Artist Of The Year category. This year’s categories were expanded from four nominees to five, with the exception of “Song Of The Year,” which totals six due to a tie. The winners of each category will be announced during the AMERICANA HONORS & AWARDS show, set for WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16th at NASHVILLE’s RYMAN AUDITORIUM (the same night as The ACADEMY OF COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS, which are also being held in NASHVILLE this year). AMERICANA ticketing information will be announced as plans unfold. Find out more at AllAccessNews

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