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Cassadee Pope – Frame By Frame

America fell in love with Cassadee Pope last year after her exposure on the popular series “The Voice.” One listen to her, and you could not deny her immense talent and charisma. That same reaction could also be applied to her debut Country disc for Republic. Pope made her initial splash at radio with the powerful vocal showcase “Wasting All Your Tears.” The song has proved to be a perfect fit on…
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Florida Georgia Line – Here’s To The Good Times

Scott Borchetta knows a good thing when he hears. With his track record, that’s a given, but he proves it once again with this duo. “Cruise,” their debut single, was slowly but surely finding a spot on radio playlists nationwide before Borchetta decided to take a closer look to see what the buzz was about. Evidently, he liked what he saw enough to offer the duo of Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley a contract with Republic Nashville. Since signing…
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Greg Bates – EP

Republic Nashville newcomer Greg Bates is somewhat of a rare breed – a country artist that is actually from Nashville. Making his initial splash with the sing-along “Did It For The Girl,” Bates has quickly made a name for himself as one of the most talented newcomers in the business today. With the demand for his music rather high, his label has decided to make available a few of the songs that will…
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Republic Nashville Promotes Matthew Hargis To VP Of Promotions

Republic Nashville President/Big Machine Label Group EVP Jimmy Harnen proudly announced today the
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Republic Nashville Signs 18-Year-Old RaeLynn

Republic Nashville is proud to announce the signing of 18-year-old firecracker RaeLynn. The talented young artist catapulted onto the national scene after being selected for Team Blake on Season Two of NBC’s “The Voice.” Throughout the lengthy run on the …
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Republic Nashville Signs Greg Bates

Republic Nashville is proud to announce the signing of Greg Bates. “I am so excited to now be a part of the Republic Nashville family and thankful for Scott
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Big Machine Label Group Completes Epic Week at Radio and CMA Awards

The independent Big Machine Label Group (BMLG), which includes Big Machine Records, The Valory Music
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Martina McBride – Eleven

For close to two decades, Martina McBride has been one of the brightest stars of the RCA label roster. However, sometimes a shake-up on the label side of things can give a career a shot in the arm, and the four-time CMA Female Vocalist of the Year is no different. Her debut for Scott Borchetta and the folks at Republic Nashville has several cuts that fall right in line with the best of what she’s done in the past, such as the power ballad “I’m Gonna Love You Through It” and the touching “Long Distance Lullaby.” But, there’s…
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Sunny Sweeney – A Year To Remember!

Sunny Sweeney says that if you see her after a show, or at Walmart for that matter, it’s ok. Come on up an say hi! It’s why she does what she does. “I would be upset if nobody asked me to do any of this,” she told MusicNewsNashville. “This is what any of us want when we start out. You want people to come to the shows, I want promoters to bring me to their shows. I want to sign things for fans are that are at my shows, so I’m completely – without sounding like a drama queen…
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Sunny Sweeney – Concrete

Without a doubt, one of my favorite Country Music stories of 2011 has been the emergence of Texan Sunny Sweeney on the Country Music landscape. She released The Heartbreaker’s Hall Of Fame a few years ago, and got tons of critical acclaim, but the music might have been a little much old-school to make it onto the radio. With her second album, producer Brent Beavers does a fantastic job of updating the arrangements a little, but still manages to keep that Country twang intact. A great case in point of this…
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