The runner-ups on CMT's second season of Can You Duet may not have scored a record deal the way they had hoped to -by winning the competition- but the duo of Jonathan Cox and Brandon Green are now part of the Valory Music Company team.
This year's 37th favorite single of the year comes from one of country music's newest acts. Found via CMT's Can You Duet, some people would've expected a 'not so great' single. Fortunately this isn't that song.
Joshua Scott Jones and Meghan Linsey make up the new Big Machine Records duo Steel Magnolia and while originally not planning on entering Can You Duet the duo reconsidered and won the whole thing. Get to know the couple in this exclusive interview with Roughstock.
Former CMT Can You Duet winners Steel Magnolia have scored their first Top 40 hit with "Keep on Loving You" and to celebrate that success, the duo has appeared on the Grand Ole Opry while also now getting this plum promotional slot on iTunes this week.
After finally establishing himself as one-half of the popular duo Big & Rich, Big Kenny is currently a judge on the latest edition of "Can You Duet." With is personality to love everybody well documented, how will he translate that to a solo country career?
Steel Magnolia, the winners of the second season of CMT's Can You Duet, performed an intimate concert for KMPS listeners in the Seattle area at the Snoqualmie Casino Lounge on August 20, 2009. Roughstock was there and has all the details from the show.
Like the show's bigger sister "American Idol," CMT's "Can You Duet" culminates with the winner's single being released to purchase and radio. Unlike "Idol," Can You Duet's songs are usually something fans want to listen to. Is Steel Magnolia's song worth listening to?