Country Music New Artists list

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Some are just "Lookin' for a Good Time" and some lost their grip on "Reality" a long time ago, but plenty of others are "Country Strong" enough to find a "Home" in Nashville.

For as much love as country fans are willing to give their favorite stars, though, it's not easy join the club. New artists are always "Chasin' That Neon Rainbow."

Here are 11 new artists currently hoping to find a pot of solid country gold at that rainbow's end.

Josh Abbott Band
A solid Texas outfit with a loyal following, the Josh Abbott Band have been touring the Lone Star state and beyond for more than a decade. With a smooth vocal style backed by crunchy guitars as often as traditional country instruments, they walk the line between contemporary and roots music. Their video for "She's Like Texas" is currently playing on CMT Pure, while "Touch" arrived on your radio dial five weeks ago.

Wade Bowen
Bowen has been a regular on the Red Dirt scene since 2002 when he released his first album in Texas. Since then, he's offered four more discs, one of which, If We Ever Make It Home, peaked at No. 29 on the Billboard country albums chart and No. 2 on the trade publication's regional Heatseekers list. The project gained notoriety through Bowen's unflinching account of his wife's struggle with post-partum depression in the song "Turn on the Lights." His current single, "Saturday Night, " is hovering near the Top 40 on the country songs chart.

The Farm
A diverse trio founded in Nashville in 2010, the Farm rely on distinctive three-part harmonies and the spirited fiddling of Nick Hoffman to produce its modern-sounding, arena-minded country music. Their country core is undeniable, but the three musicians each bring elements of other genres of music to the project, as well, such as Damien Horne's R&B influenced vocal and Krista Marie's pop sensibility. Their first single, "Home Sweet Home, " is at No. 38 on Billboard's country songs chart.

Andy Gibson
Gibson is a fresh-faced singer who was plucked out of a gig singing in a Mexican restaurant by John Rich. Originally from the Northwestern U.S. and later Las Vegas, he found success in Nashville last year by co-writing Jason Aldean and Kelly Clarkson's smash hit, "Don't You Wanna Stay." His own music is also gaining a foothold, as his sentimental "Wanna Make You Love Me" rises to No. 33 on the country songs chart and earns a place in the CMT Pure rotation.

Casey James
Casey James didn't even know what American Idol was when he decided to audition for the hit talent show. Luckily, that didn't stop him from placing third on the program's ninth season. A talented guitar player with Texas roots (not to mention a great head of hair), James mixes soul and blues into his country stew, especially on his steamy "Let's Don't Call It a Night." The track is climbing toward the Top 10 on the country songs chart right now, and his debut album is scheduled to be released later this month.

Jana Kramer
Kramer looks to parlay her on-camera experience playing Alex on the hit TV show One Tree Hill into a successful singing career. She's so serious about it, in fact, she got the director to change her One Tree Hill character into an aspiring singer, as well. Her first single, "Why Ya Wanna, " is currently playing on CMT and revolves around a girl who keeps running into an ex -- one who is already over their relationship despite her reluctance to let go. It makes it to No. 34 on the songs chart this week.

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2008-03-12 11:41:30 by dickmountjoy

List them in order. I have to buy 8. List 8 not on this list.
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2001-09-24 15:59:22 by johnvance

Date: Mon Sep 24, 2001 6:21 am
Subject: Peoples Bark News Berkeley
Inkworks Press has created 2 windowsigns ----
'Justice, not Vengeance/Let us not become the evil that we deplore'
and 'Hate Free Community/Stop Racist Attacks.'
We've also made flyers of Barbara Lee's speech before congress on 9/14 under the headline 'Barbara Lee Speaks for Me, and Millions More'.
These materials are available at Inkworks now, 2827 7th Street,
Berkeley. We request a donation if possible to defray expenses and to
print more, but it's not necessary. Our purpose is to get them into
circulation. We will reprint bulk orders at cost.
You will find the links to these flyers on the website below (in jpeg and pdf format).

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