Dylan Brady's Personal "I Hate California" Relies On Strong Storytelling (Listen)

Dylan Brady's Personal "I Hate California" Relies On Strong Storytelling (Listen)

Article Written By: Billy Dukes

“Dylan Brady's performance during ‘I Hate California’ quickly identifies him as a skilled country storyteller. The newcomer and ‘Over Us’ singer doesn't hide from the personal nature of this breakup song, but it's one that fans can easily swap any state or city into to replace the object of his disdain.”

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Dylan Brady's "Over Us" Video Mines His Own Emotions (Exclusive Premiere)

Dylan Brady's "Over Us" Video Mines His Own Emotions (Exclusive Premiere)

Article Written By: Tricia Despres

“Every time country newcomer Dylan Brady sits down and writes a song, he gets a vision of what the music video might look like. It was no different when he was writing his current single, ‘Over Us.’”

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4th Annual AIMP Nashville Awards Reveal Nominees

4th Annual AIMP Nashville Awards Reveal Nominees

Article Written By: Jessica Nicholson

“The Association of Independent Music Publishers will host its 4th annual AIMP Nashville Awards at the historic Ryman Auditorium on Tuesday, April 30, 2019. The awards show, created by the Nashville chapter of the AIMP, celebrates the thriving independent publishing and songwriting community in Nashville.”

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Rascal Flatts Explore the Sweet Side of Sharing a Space In Exclusive New Track "Love What You've Done With The Place"

Rascal Flatts Explore the Sweet Side of Sharing a Space In Exclusive New Track "Love What You've Done With The Place"

“In their new song, ‘Love What You’ve Done With The Place,” Rascal Flatts paint a sweet picture of a couple on the verge of co-habitating, with romantic lyrics like, “so when you gotta go // don’t you leave me all alone // leave your perfume on my pillow and your picture on my phone // leave a towel on the shower and that empty shampoo bottle // that makeup on the counter you can take but you ain’t gotta // just don’t leave me without leaving a trace // ’cause I love what you’ve done with the place.’”