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James Otto - These Are The Good Old Days

With the success of "Just Got Started Loving You," currently the most played single of 2008, James Otto and WB Records were bound to run into difficulties with the follow-up single, "For You." After deciding to punt that single, will radio take to this one?
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Keith Anderson - Somebody Needs A Hug

Keith Anderson's second single from C'Mon has Budweiser anthem written all over it. With Rockabilly-influenced guitar work, this song may use an idiomatic expression that makes you want to hit the speaker in the face, but the song inspires dancing. That being said, is it a hit?
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Codie Prevost - Spin EP

After his debut in 2005, Canadian newcomer Codie Prevost decided that releasing six-song ep's once a year was far better than waiting two to three years to release a new album.  "Spin" is his first EP.
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Sarah Buxton - Space

Sarah Buxton and her record label Lyric Street Records have tried, in the past couple of years, to break her at radio. With her fresh lyrics and unique voice, it seemingly was only a matter of finding the right song.  "Space" feels like it could be that song.
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Darius Rucker - It Won't Be Like This For Long

After becoming the first black artist to score a #1 in over 25 years, Darius Rucker returns to the charts with an emotional single.  The question at hand asks if Darius and his label have another smash hit on their hands.
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Craig Morgan - Greatest Hits

With 9 hits under his belt, Craig Morgan moved from Broken Bow to BNA Records.  Containing all of his biggest hits to date, Broken Bow is betting on casual fans interest in "Greatest Hits."  Was it a smart bet?
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Wade Bowen - If We Ever Make It Home

Texas has proven to be an area where artists are able to have successful careers and it's that succes which often has allowed artists to grow at their own pace.  Wade Bowen is one of these artists and he's now national with Sustain Records and has just releas
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Lyric Street announces new imprint Carolwood Records

Disney today announced a new Nashville-based record label that would partner with Lyric Street Records. While no details were provided on who they would launch with, it is always fun to speculate.  Would they launch with an iconic superstar who's currently a free agent?