Interviews

Bobby Bones Opens Up About Teaming Up With Purina Dog Chow For Third Annual Service Dog Salute

The month of September is National Service Dog Awareness Month and fittingly Purina Dog Chow has teamed up with radio and television personality, as well as, avid military supporter Bobby Bones to launch the third annual Service Dog Salute campaign. This will mark Bobby Bones’ second-year joining forces with Purina …

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Maggie Miles Talks About Her New Album ‘Am I Drowning or Am I Just Learning to Swim’ and Upcoming Hellooo TV Album Release Concert

Maggie Miles; Photo Courtesy of Paris Visone/Hellooo TV

Maggie Miles released her debut album, Am I Drowning or Am I Just Learning to Swim, on Wednesday (Aug. 26). Miles is a 21-year-old alternative singer-songwriter from Virginia. This Friday, August 28, you can catch her energy-filled album release concert event on Hellooo TV, it’s a show you don’t want to …

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Reyna Roberts Talks New Single “Stompin’ Grounds,” Mickey Guyton and Veteran Family Inspiration

Reyna Roberts; Photo Courtesy of Artist

Rising Country singer/songwriter, Reyna Roberts is blazing a trail toward success with the release of her latest single, “Stompin’ Grounds.” “Our family is from Alabama. I didn’t live there my whole life. I lived there for many years throughout my childhood. For my song, I was looking at my parents being veterans …

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Veio’s Cam Byrd Discusses Bold New Album ‘Vitruvian’ And More

Veio; Photo by Morgan Larsen

Oregon progressive, alt-metal rockers, Veio released their critically acclaimed album, Vitruvian, via Silent Majority Group in late June. The album’s name is inspired by a famous sketch from Leonardo da Vinci in 1490, and the band has conceptualized and translated the artist’s legendary “proportions of man” into a sonic interpretation …

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Puddle Of Mudd’s Wes Scantlin Discusses The Creative Process Behind New Album ‘Welcome To Galvania,’ Sobriety And More

Nearly a decade has passed since we’ve heard new music from rockers, Puddle of Mudd, however with the release of their sixth studio album, Welcome To Galvania, it seems as if no time has passed at all. Certainly, the band’s sound has continued to grow and mature over the years …

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‘American Idol’ Alumni, Louis Knight Talks New Single “Maybe That,” Idol Memories and How His Dad Influenced His Career

Louis Knight; Photo by James Foley Photography

Louis Knight is an artist originally from London, now a Philadelphia resident and was one of the Top 7 American Idol Finalists from Season 18. On American Idol, Luke Bryan claimed that Knight, “might be the biggest star we’ve had on American Idol” following his performance of his original song, …

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Drew Green Talks Debut Single “Little More Be Alright,” Signing to Sony Music Nashville/Villa 40 and more

Drew Green; Photo By Ford Fairchild

Drew Green just signed with Sony Music Nashville and Villa 40, releasing his debut single “Little More Be Alright” on Friday (June 12). Green is only the second artist to ink a record deal as part of an exclusive, long-term, joint-venture agreement between Sony Music Nashville and the new imprint …

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Gabby Barrett Talks Debut Album ‘Goldmine,’ Life Before ‘American Idol’ and Teases Duet With Husband Cade Foehner

Gabby Barrett; Photo: Robby Klein

Gabby Barrett first won the hearts of millions during her trek on Season 16 of American Idol in 2018, and after finishing third on the show, she released her debut single “I Hope,” proving herself to be an incredibly talented singer/songwriter. Since then, Barrett has went on to earn a …

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