Cowboy News: LISTEN to The Highwomen’s New Song ‘Crowded Table’

 

 

 

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At midnight, The Highwomen dropped a new song ” Crowded Table” off their upcoming debut self titled albumdue out  September 6th. The Highwomen is comprised of Amanda Shires, Brandi Carlile, Natalie Hemby and Marren Morris.

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New Music Friday:

Late Nights and LongnecksJustin Moore.  His 5th album includes his single, “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home”.

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A Second Fair Has Cancelled Confederate Railroad

Here we go again:  Another fair has bowed to the PC police and cancelled CONFEDERATE RAILROAD.  The Ulster County Fair in New York State pulled the plug on their show next Thursday.

An Ulster County rep blames the band’s use of the Confederate flag in its merchandise.

Meanwhile, Taste of Country is thinking you might be interested in “rediscovering” the band’s music.  They have a list of the “Five Confederate Railroad Songs That Prove Their Music Still Stands Up.”

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Mark Wystrach’s Twin Brother Is Also Going to Be a Dad

Here’s a cool coincidence:  Midland’s MARK WYSTRACH isn’t the only member of his family with a baby on the way.  His twin brother Mike Wystrach is also going to be a dad.  They posed for a photo where each of them is holding a onesie.

It’s on the Midland Twitter page and it’s captioned, “Twin fathers-to-be.  So proud of you @Mike-Wystrach and how you’ve built [Freshly] from the ground up.”  Freshly is a meal delivery service.

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Newcomer MATT STELL has a lot riding on his country music career, because he chose music OVER Harvard Medical School.  Follow the dream, right?  Matt’s debut single “Prayed for You” is at #26 on the Billboard Hot Country Song chart.  And he’ll be opening select dates on Chris Young’s fall tour.  (Pop Culture)
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