• NEWS AND NOTES: Chris Stapleton, Reba McEntire, George Strait, Anne Wilson, Josh Turner

    Chris Stapleton‘s recent No. 1 song, “White Horse,” was featured in the hit CBS drama, Fire Country, this past weekend. The song from his recent album, Higher, was played during a scene where the firefighters from Cal Fire were racing to a campaign fire.

    Reba McEntire is set to return for her third season as a coach on NBC’s The Voice this fall. She will be joined by friend and returning coach Gwen Stefani, as well as new coaches Snoop Dogg and Michael Bublé.

    Reba McEntire shares some of her pre-awards show rituals and more just two days before this year’s ACM Awards. The 59th Academy of Country Music Awards will stream LIVE on Amazon.com Thursday (May 16th) beginning at 8pm ET/5pm CT.

    George Strait is releasing the song titles of his upcoming album, Cowboys And Dreamers, one by one. Check cowboysanddreamers.com every day to find the MIA titles.

     

    Anne Wilson has three nominations at this year’s KLove Fan Awards. She’s up for Artist of the Year, Female Artist of the Year and Song of the Year for “Strong.” Voting is now live at klovefanawards.com/vote. You can watch them beginning at 8pm ET/7pm CT May 31st on TBN.

     

    Josh Turner and Terri Clark are among the artists just announced to open the nightly concerts at Nissan Stadium during this year’s CMA Fest, June 6th-9th in downtown Nashville. Craig Morgan, Gretchen Wilson and Old Dominion were also added.

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • ANNE WILSON’S REBEL SOARS ON BILLBOARD CHRISTIAN AND COUNTRY CHARTS

    Anne Wilson, the PLATINUM-certified, GRAMMY-nominated artist and songwriter, has shattered records once again with her 16-track, genre-blending album REBEL. Released on April 19th, the “trailblazing album” (People.com) secured No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 spots on Christian, Country and all-genre charts respectively – an achievement that places her in the company of superstars Carrie Underwood, Chris Tomlin and Hillary Scott who have previously held Top 10 positions on both Billboard Christian and Country charts – further proving Wilson’s star power. REBEL also notched more than 10.3M total global streams in its first week, nearly doubling her GRAMMY-nominated album My Jesus’ first week numbers of 5.6M.

    REBEL on the charts:

    No. 1 Billboard Top Christian Album

    No. 1 Top Albums – Capitol Music Group

    No. 2 Current Country Albums

    No. 3 Current Digital Albums

    No. 3 Digital Albums

    No. 6 Internet Albums

    No. 8 Current Album Sales

    No. 8 Record Label UNI Albums

    No. 10 Billboard Top Country Album

    No. 10 Top Albums w/ TEA

    No. 10 Billboard Top Album Sales

    No. 59 Billboard 200

    (source of data: Luminate)

     

    Critical acclaim for REBEL:

    “one of contemporary music’s freshest new voices, regardless of genre.”

    People.com

    “Anne Wilson is a genre-blender in the truest, most artistically satisfying meaning of the word.”

    Holler

    “The 16-song project hits the bullseye between contemporary Christian and Country twang”

    Grammy.com

    “sonically and thematically, the album stitches together the threads tying Country and Christian music”

    Billboard

    “set to become a cherished addition to the libraries of fans of both genres”

    MusicRow

    “A fresh-faced, 22-year-old country music ingenue sings about Jesus Christ with folk-aimed soul and countrified pop passion akin to the shouting required to knock down the Walls of Jericho in the Old Testament’s Book of Joshua.”

    The Tennessean

    REBEL is a tribute, not only to her ability to write songs, but tackle a variety of topics and different styles of music.”

    Forbes

     

    Last Friday, tickets for Wilson’s 28-stop headlining The REBEL Tour went on sale and are going fast, already selling over 50% of tickets four months before it kicks off on Sept. 12, 2024. The coast-to-coast tour will stop in major markets across the country with special guest Jordan Rowe, including Wilson headlining Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium for the very first time on Sept. 25, 2024. Tickets are available now at www.annewilsonofficial.com.

     

    Wilson recently notched the No.1 spot at Christian radio during REBEL’s street week with her empowering anthem “Strong,” marking Wilson’s third career No.1. The single, co-written by Wilson, Jeff Pardo and Matthew West, has already garnered over 35M global streams to date. She also recently became the only female artist to have three No. 1 singles across the Mediabase Christian AC and Mediabase Christian Audience charts since she first launched on the scene with “My Jesus” in 2021.

     

    LISTEN: REBEL

     

    Earlier this month, Wilson commemorated the groundbreaking release with a performance of the title-track “REBEL” on The 3rd Hour of TODAY. Combining much-needed encouragement, vulnerability and transparency into a perfect balance that footholds the space between the dead-end road paved in dirt and the church pew of redemption on Sunday morning, the record, produced by Jeff Pardo and Jonathan Smith, emerges as a powerful message of faith. Highlighted on the album is fan-favorite “Songs About Whiskey,” accompanied by an all-new music video, that finds Wilson unashamedly walking the line of her strong faith and Country roots. Collaborations with some of Christian and Country music’s biggest names bolster the record, enlisting reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year Lainey Wilson for “Praying Woman,” GRAMMY-Award winner Chris Tomlin for “The Cross” and Country superstar Jordan Davis for “Country Gold.”

    Last month, Wilson landed her first CMT Music Award nomination for Breakthrough Female Video of the Year for “Rain In The Rearview.” Despite only being three years into her career, Wilson has already won a Billboard Music Award, multiple DOVE and K-LOVE Fan Awards and received nominations for prestigious honors from the GRAMMYs and American Music Awards. Recognized as Apple Music’s Country Riser for April, an artist to watch by Spotify, Pandora, the Grand Ole Opry, CMT and more, and over 900M career streams, Wilson’s trajectory knows no bounds.

    As Wilson prepares to take the stage for The REBEL Tour, she will grace the stages of both Country and Christian music’s most sought-after festivals this summer. Stay up to date with Wilson at www.annewilsonofficial.com and keep up with her on Instagram, TikTok and YouTube.

     

    The REBEL Tour dates with Jordan Rowe:

    Sept. 12, 2024 in Tulsa, Okla. at Mabee Center

    Sept. 13, 2024 in Fort Worth, Texas at Will Rogers Auditorium

    Sept. 14, 2024 *TBA

    Sept. 19, 2024 in Atlanta, Ga. at The Coca-Cola Roxy

    Sept. 21, 2024 in North Charleston, S.C. at North Charleston Performing Arts Center

    Sept. 25, 2024 in Nashville, Tenn. at Ryman Auditorium

    Sept. 26, 2024 in Charlotte, N.C. at Ovens Auditorium

    Sept. 27, 2024 in Birmingham, Ala. at BJCC Concert Hall

    Oct. 3, 2024 in Melbourne, Fla. at King Center for the Performing Arts

    Oct. 4, 2024 in Jacksonville, Fla. at Florida Theatre

    Oct. 5, 2024 in Tampa, Fla. at Straz Center

    Oct. 10, 2024 in Newark, N.J. at Calvary Temple International

    Oct. 11, 2024 in Reading, Pa. at Santander Performing Arts Center

    Oct. 12, 2024 in Washington, D.C. at Warner Theatre

    Oct. 17, 2024 in Minneapolis, Minn. at State Theatre

    Oct. 18, 2024 in Chicago, Ill. at Willow Creek – South Barrington – Lakeside

    Oct. 19, 2024 in Indianapolis, Ind. at Reardon Auditorium

    Nov. 1, 2024 in Phoenix, Ariz. at Orpheum Theatre

    Nov. 2, 2024 in San Diego, Calif. at Faith Chapel

    Nov. 3, 2024 *TBA

    Nov. 8, 2024 in Boise, Idaho at Morrison Center

    Nov. 9, 2024 in Sacramento, Calif. at SAFE Credit Union Performing Arts Center

    Nov. 10, 2024 in Bakersfield, Calif. at The Historic Bakersfield Fox Theater

    Nov. 12, 2024 in Salt Lake City, Utah at Kingsbury Hall

    Nov. 13, 2024 in Denver, Colo. at Paramount Theater

    Nov. 15, 2024 in Tacoma, Wash. at Pantages Theatre

    Nov. 16, 2024 in Spokane, Wash. at Fox Theater

    Nov. 17, 2024 in Salem, Ore. at Elsinore Theatre

     

    REBEL Track List:

    1. “REBEL” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West)
    2. “Rain In The Rearview” (Anne Wilson, Matthew West, Zach Kale, Jaren Johnston)
    3. Strong” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West)
    4. “God & Country” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Trannie Anderson)
    5. “Praying Woman” (with Lainey Wilson) (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Lainey Wilson, Trannie Anderson)
    6. “Songs About Whiskey” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Lauren Hungate)
    7. “Sinner’s Prayer” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Lauren Hungate)
    8. “The Cross” (with Chris Tomlin) (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Jonathan Smith)
    9. “My Father’s Daughter” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Emily Weisband)
    10. “Red Flag” (Anne Wilson, Jonathan Smith, Casey Beathard)
    11. “Country Gold” (with Jordan Davis) (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West)
    12. “Southern Gospel” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Lauren Hungate)
    13. “Dirt Roads In Heaven” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Nicolle Galyon, Matthew West)
    14. “3:16” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West)
    15. “Milestones” (Anne Wilson, Nicolle Galyon, Lauren Hungate)
    16. “Out of the Bluegrass” (Anne Wilson, Nicolle Galyon, Emily Weisband)

     

    Audio / Anne Wilson talks about the song, “Rebel.”

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    Anne Wilson (REBEL song) OC: …fitting in. :28
    “Ever since I started making music, I felt like a little bit of an outsider. My sound is inspired by my Kentucky roots and my lyrics are inspired by my spiritual roots. So, I’ve just decided I’m going to be unapologetic about my sound and just as unapologetic about my message. My faith is the most important part of my life. I hope this song will be an anthem for others to stand out in a world so obsessed with fitting in.”

  • NEWS AND NOTES: Reba McEntire, Eric Church, Brad Paisley, Maddie & Tae, Tyler Hubbard, Keith Urban, Darius Rucker, Anne Wilson

    Reba McEntire surprised attendees at this past weekend’s Stagecoach Festival in Indio, California when she walked out during Miranda Lambert’s set. They performed Miranda’s hits “Mama’s Broken Heart” and “Gunpowder and Lead,” as well as Reba’s “Fancy.”

    https://twitter.com/reba/status/1784674488518578283

    Eric Church headlined Stagecoach on Friday (April 26th) and was backed by a full church choir.

    Brad Paisley surprised the Stagecoach crowd when he came out during Post Malone‘s ’90s country set during the festival over the weekend. They performed Brad’s hit “I’m Gonna Miss Her,” which Posty covered in a viral moment a couple of years ago.

    https://twitter.com/BradPaisley/status/1784457318282707416

    While Maddie & Tae performed their own electric set, they also came out during Jelly Roll’s set to perform a new song together, “Fire.”

    @laurenedelstein

    Brought it @stagecoach @Jelly Roll @Maddie & Tae

    ♬ original sound – Lauren Edelstein

    Tyler Hubbard‘s “Back Then Right Now” is spending its second week at the top of the Canadian Country chart this week. The song is from his latest album, Strong, which was released earlier this month.

     

    Keith Urban‘s Oscar-winning wife, Nicole Kidman, was honored at the 49th AFI (American Film Institute) Life Achievement Award Gala held at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles on Saturday (April 27th). Keith, their two daughters Sunday and Faith, Nicole’s sister Antonia and her niece Sybella were also in attendance, as well as celebrity friends Reese Witherspoon, Naomi Watts, Michelle Pfeiffer, Miles Teller, Morgan Freeman, Mike Myers and many more.

    Darius Rucker is squeezing in some sightseeing while he’s on his European tour. A big Peaky Blinders fan, he stopped by “Uncle Charlie’s Yard” — one of the locations on popular Netflix series — to snap a pic.

     

    Anne Wilson appeared on the God’s Country podcast with songwriting brothers Dan and Reid Isbell to talk about her new album, REBEL, as well as perform a snippet of Morgan Wallen’s “Sand In My Boots.” Check it out below.

     

  • ANNE WILSON BRINGS THE REBEL TOUR TO 28 CITIES NATIONWIDE.

    PLATINUM-certified, GRAMMY-nominated artist and songwriter Anne Wilson’s banner street week continues as tickets for her 28-stop headlining The REBEL Tour are on sale now. The coast-to-coast tour will stop in major markets across the country with special guest Jordan Rowe, including Wilson headlining Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium for the very first time on September 25th. General onsale begins this morning at 10 a.m. local time at www.annewilsonofficial.com.

    “I’m so excited to hit the road this fall on The REBEL Tour!” shares Anne. “We’re going to be playing some amazing venues all across the country and it feels like a dream come true! Ever since writing and recording this new record, I’ve been waiting for the chance to take REBEL on the road. I’ll be counting down the days till show No.1. Can’t wait to sing with y’all!”

    https://twitter.com/Annewilsonmusic/status/1782754749575463112

     

    Wilson’s momentum continues to surge as she notches the No.1 spot at Christian radio during REBEL’s street week with her empowering anthem “Strong,” marking Wilson’s third career No.1. The single, co-written by Wilson, Jeff Pardo and Matthew West has already garnered over 32M global streams to date. She also recently became the only female artist to have three No. 1 singles across the Mediabase Christian AC and Mediabase Christian Audience charts since she first launched on the scene with “My Jesus” in 2021.

     

    LISTEN: REBEL

     

    Last week, Wilson commemorated the groundbreaking release with a performance of her loud-and-proud title track “REBEL” on The 3rd Hour of TODAY. The record has been lauded by fans and the industry alike since its April 19 release, as People.com dubs her “one of contemporary music’s freshest new voices, regardless of genre,” while Billboard praises its “faith rooted Country sound.” GRAMMY.com echoes the sentiment, noting Wilson’s ability to “hit the bullseye between contemporary Christian and Country twang,” and The Tennessean recognizing her “folk-aimed soul and countrified pop passion.”

    Combining much-needed encouragement, vulnerability and transparency into a perfect balance that footholds the space between the dead-end road paved in dirt and the church pew of redemption on Sunday morning, the record produced by Jeff Pardo and Jonathan Smith emerges as a powerful message of faith. Highlighted on the album is “the upbeat banger” (GRAMMY.com) “Songs About Whiskey,” released with an all-new music video, that finds Wilson unashamedly walking the line of her strong faith and Country roots. Collaborations with some of Christian and Country music’s biggest names further elevate the record, enlisting reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year Lainey Wilson for “Praying Woman,” GRAMMY-Award winner Chris Tomlin for “The Cross” and Country superstar Jordan Davis for “Country Gold.”

    Last month, Wilson landed her first CMT Music Award nomination for Breakthrough Female Video of the Year for “Rain In The Rearview.” Despite only being three years into her career, Wilson has already amassed an impressive array of accolades, including winning a Billboard Music Award, multiple DOVE and K-LOVE Fan Awards, and nominations for prestigious honors from the GRAMMYs and American Music Awards. Recognized as Apple Music’s Country Riser for April, an artist to watch by Spotify, Pandora, the Grand Ole Opry, CMT and more, and over 900M career streams, Wilson’s trajectory knows no bounds.

    As Wilson prepares to take the stage for The REBEL Tour, she will grace the stages of both Country and Christian music’s most sought-after festivals this summer. Stay up to date with Wilson at www.annewilsonofficial.com and keep up with her on Instagram, TikTok and YouTube.

     

    The REBEL Tour dates with Jordan Rowe:

    Sept. 12, 2024 in Tulsa, Okla. at Mabee Center

    Sept. 13, 2024 in Fort Worth, Texas at Will Rogers Auditorium

    Sept. 14, 2024 *TBA

    Sept. 19, 2024 in Atlanta, Ga. at The Coca-Cola Roxy

    Sept. 21, 2024 in North Charleston, S.C. at North Charleston Performing Arts Center

    Sept. 25, 2024 in Nashville, Tenn. at Ryman Auditorium

    Sept. 26, 2024 in Charlotte, N.C. at Ovens Auditorium

    Sept. 27, 2024 in Birmingham, Ala. at BJCC Concert Hall

    Oct. 3, 2024 in Melbourne, Fla. at King Center for the Performing Arts

    Oct. 4, 2024 in Jacksonville, Fla. at Florida Theatre

    Oct. 5, 2024 in Tampa, Fla. at Straz Center

    Oct. 10, 2024 in Newark, N.J. at Calvary Temple International

    Oct. 11, 2024 in Reading, Pa. at Santander Performing Arts Center

    Oct. 12, 2024 in Washington, D.C. at Warner Theatre

    Oct. 17, 2024 in Minneapolis, Minn. at State Theatre

    Oct. 18, 2024 in Chicago, Ill. at Willow Creek – South Barrington – Lakeside

    Oct. 19, 2024 in Indianapolis, Ind. at Reardon Auditorium

    Nov. 1, 2024 in Phoenix, Ariz. at Orpheum Theatre

    Nov. 2, 2024 in San Diego, Calif. at Faith Chapel

    Nov. 3, 2024 *TBA

    Nov. 8, 2024 in Boise, Idaho at Morrison Center

    Nov. 9, 2024 in Sacramento, Calif. at SAFE Credit Union Performing Arts Center

    Nov. 10, 2024 in Bakersfield, Calif. at The Historic Bakersfield Fox Theater

    Nov. 12, 2024 in Salt Lake City, Utah at Kingsbury Hall

    Nov. 13, 2024 in Denver, Colo. at Paramount Theater

    Nov. 15, 2024 in Tacoma, Wash. at Pantages Theatre

    Nov. 16, 2024 in Spokane, Wash. at Fox Theater

    Nov. 17, 2024 in Salem, Ore. at Elsinore Theatre

     

    REBEL Track List:

    1. “REBEL” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West)
    2. “Rain In The Rearview” (Anne Wilson, Matthew West, Zach Kale, Jaren Johnston)
    3. “Strong” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West)
    4. “God & Country” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Trannie Anderson)
    5. “Praying Woman” (with Lainey Wilson) (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Lainey Wilson, Trannie Anderson)
    6. “Songs About Whiskey” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Lauren Hungate)
    7. “Sinner’s Prayer” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Lauren Hungate)
    8. “The Cross” (with Chris Tomlin) (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Jonathan Smith)
    9. “My Father’s Daughter” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Emily Weisband)
    10. “Red Flag” (Anne Wilson, Jonathan Smith, Casey Beathard)
    11. “Country Gold” (with Jordan Davis) (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West)
    12. “Southern Gospel” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Lauren Hungate)
    13. “Dirt Roads In Heaven” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Nicolle Galyon, Matthew West)
    14. “3:16” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West)
    15. “Milestones” (Anne Wilson, Nicolle Galyon, Lauren Hungate)
    16. “Out of the Bluegrass” (Anne Wilson, Nicolle Galyon, Emily Weisband)
  • ANNE WILSON HITS NO. 1 AT CHRISTIAN RADIO WITH “STRONG.”

    PLATINUM-certified, GRAMMY-nominated artist and songwriter Anne Wilson has secured the No.1 spot at Christian radio during her album REBEL’s street week with her empowering anthem “Strong.” As it marks Wilson’s third career No.1, the single written by Wilson, Jeff Pardo and Matthew West has already garnered over 32M global streams to date. Notably, Wilson becomes the only female artist to have three No. 1 singles across the Mediabase Christian AC and Mediabase Christian Audience charts since she first launched on the scene with “My Jesus” in 2021.

    https://twitter.com/Annewilsonmusic/status/1783335259691446441

     

    REBEL, the “trailblazing album” released this past Friday (4/19) from “one of contemporary music’s freshest new voices, regardless of genre” (People.com), sees Wilson boldly stamping her love of Jesus, Country music and family. A co-writer on each of the 16 tracks, the “bold, triumphant” (Holler) record has already seen an immense outpour of critical acclaim, with Billboard praising its “faith rooted Country sound,” while GRAMMY.com recognizes “Wilson not only proves how her faith is her true north, but also shows others yearning to get there a path foward.” Combining much-needed encouragement, vulnerability and transparency into a perfect balance that footholds the space between the dead-end road paved in dirt and the church pew of redemption on Sunday morning, the record produced by Jeff Pardo and Jonathan Smith emerges as a powerful message of faith.

    Last week, Wilson commemorated the groundbreaking release with a performance of her loud-and-proud title track “REBEL” on The 3rd Hour of TODAY,  and also announced her headlining REBEL Tour with special guest Jordan Rowe, kicking off on Sept. 12th. Tickets for the 28-stop tour are available for presale now and general on-sale will begin on Friday, April 26th at 10 a.m. local on www.annewilsonofficial.com.

    Charging onto the scene three years ago with her debut single “My Jesus,” Wilson made the powerful declaration to cling firmly to her faith after finding God’s healing following the tragic loss of her brother. Now, as she remains steadfast and unwavering in her commitment to her faith-filled message, Wilson delivers an album in REBEL that “hits the bullseye between contemporary Christian and Country twang” (GRAMMY.com) in an ode to Wilson’s Lexington, Ky. roots that honors two genres who share a deep-rooted history.

    Highlighted on the album is “the upbeat banger” (GRAMMY.com) “Songs About Whiskey,” released with an all-new music video, that finds Wilson unashamedly walking the line of her strong faith and Country roots. Collaborations with some of Christian and Country music’s biggest names further elevate the collection, tapping reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year Lainey Wilson for “Praying Woman,” GRAMMY-Award winner Chris Tomlin for “The Cross” and Country superstar Jordan Davis for “Country Gold.”

    Last month, Wilson landed her first CMT Music Award nomination for Breakthrough Female Video of the Year for her Country radio single “Rain In The Rearview.” Despite only being three years into her career, Wilson has already amassed an impressive list of accolades, including winning a Billboard Music Award, multiple DOVE and K-LOVE Fan Awards, in addition to being a GRAMMY and American Music Award nominee. Recognized as Apple Music’s Country Riser for April, an artist to watch by Spotify, Pandora, the Grand Ole Opry, CMT and more, and over 900M career streams, Wilson’s star continues to rise.

    With her REBEL Tour on the horizon, she will grace the stages of both Country and Christian music’s most sought-after festivals this summer to share her message of faith, resilience and hope with audiences across the country. Stay up to date with Wilson at www.annewilsonofficial.com and keep up with her on Instagram, TikTok and YouTube.

     

    REBEL Track List:

    1. “REBEL” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West)
    2. “Rain In The Rearview” (Anne Wilson, Matthew West, Zach Kale, Jaren Johnston)
    3. “Strong” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West)
    4. “God & Country” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Trannie Anderson)
    5. “Praying Woman” (with Lainey Wilson) (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Lainey Wilson, Trannie Anderson)
    6. “Songs About Whiskey” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Lauren Hungate)
    7. “Sinner’s Prayer” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Lauren Hungate)
    8. “The Cross” (with Chris Tomlin) (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Jonathan Smith)
    9. “My Father’s Daughter” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Emily Weisband)
    10. “Red Flag” (Anne Wilson, Jonathan Smith, Casey Beathard)
    11. “Country Gold” (with Jordan Davis) (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West)
    12. “Southern Gospel” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Lauren Hungate)
    13. “Dirt Roads In Heaven” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Nicolle Galyon, Matthew West)
    14. “3:16” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West)
    15. “Milestones” (Anne Wilson, Nicolle Galyon, Lauren Hungate)
    16. “Out of the Bluegrass” (Anne Wilson, Nicolle Galyon, Emily Weisband)

     

    REBEL Tour with Jordan Rowe:

    Sept. 12, 2024 in Tulsa, Okla. at Mabee Center

    Sept. 13, 2024 in Fort Worth, Texas at Will Rogers Auditorium

    Sept. 14, 2024 *TBA

    Sept. 19, 2024 in Atlanta, Ga. at Coca-Cola Roxy

    Sept. 21, 2024 in North Charleston, S.C. at North Charleston Performing Arts Center

    Sept. 25, 2024 in Nashville, Tenn. at Ryman Auditorium

    Sept. 26, 2024 in Charlotte, N.C. at Ovens Auditorium

    Sept. 27, 2024 in Birmingham, Ala. at BJCC Concert Hall

    Oct. 3, 2024 in Melbourne, Fla. at King Center for the Performing Arts

    Oct. 4, 2024 in Jacksonville, Fla. at Florida Theatre

    Oct. 5, 2024 in Tampa, Fla. at Straz Center

    Oct. 10, 2024 in Newark, N.J. at Calvary Temple International

    Oct. 11, 2024 in Reading, Pa. at Santander Performing Arts Center

    Oct. 12, 2024 in Washington, D.C. at Warner Theatre

    Oct. 17, 2024 in Minneapolis, Minn. at State Theatre

    Oct. 18, 2024 in Chicago, Ill. at Willow Creek – South Barrington – Lakeside

    Oct. 19, 2024 in Indianapolis, Ind. at Reardon Auditorium

    Nov. 1, 2024 in Phoenix, Ariz. at Orpheum Theatre

    Nov. 2, 2024 in San Diego, Calif. at Faith Chapel

    Nov. 3, 2024 *TBA

    Nov. 8, 2024 in Boise, Idaho at Morrison Center

    Nov. 9, 2024 in Sacramento, Calif. at SAFE Credit Union Performing Arts Center

    Nov. 10, 2024 in Bakersfield, Calif. at The Historic Bakersfield Fox Theater

    Nov. 12, 2024 in Salt Lake City, Utah at Kingsbury Hall

    Nov. 13, 2024 in Denver, Colo. at Paramount Theater

    Nov. 15, 2024 in Tacoma, Wash. at Pantages Theatre

    Nov. 16, 2024 in Spokane, Wash. at Fox Theater

    Nov. 17, 2024 in Salem, Ore. at Elsinore Theatre

     

     

    Audio / Anne Wilson talks about the song “Strong” on her new album, REBEL.

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    Anne Wilson (Strong) OC: …what “Strong” is about. :38
    “I can think of so many moments in my life when I felt weak – weak from grief when my brother Jacob passed away; weak from moving away from home and starting a new career in Nashville; weak from traveling on airplanes and buses from one city to the next to perform; weak from trying to live up to everyone’s expectations of me. There’s been a lot of times when I’ve put on a face and tried to make those around to think I’m strong, but God knows the truth. The truth for all of us is that we inevitably reach a point where our strength runs out, and we need a strength that’s greater than our own just to help us take the next step. That’s what ‘Strong’ is about.”

     

  • ANNE WILSON IS A MODERN DAY REBEL; HER NEW 16-TRACK ALBUM IS AVAILABLE NOW!

    Anne Wilson proudly unveils her new 16-song album REBEL, available everywhere today. A co-writer on each of the 16 tracks, Wilson boldly stamps her love of Jesus, Country music and family into one cohesive record.

    The Kentucky native commemorated the groundbreaking release this morning with a performance of her loud-and-proud title track REBEL” on The 3rd Hour of TODAY, where she also announced her headlining REBEL Tour with special guest Jordan Rowe, kicking off on September 12th. Tickets for the 28-stop tour will be available for presale at 10am local on Tuesday, April 23rd, and general on-sale will begin on Friday, April 26th at 10am local on www.annewilsonofficial.com.

    “I have worked so hard on this record. I poured my heart and soul into every single song,” she says. “I’m so thankful for my co-writers diving deep with me on this project and partnering with me to create these songs. This writing process was the most freeing experience I’ve ever had. I enjoyed every moment so much and will never forget that season of my life. When I think about this new album and this set of songs, all I see is the faithfulness of God. He called this little 15 year old girl from Kentucky out of the tragic loss of her brother and has brought me on the most incredible journey. I would be nowhere without Jesus. My hope is that you all absolutely love these songs and that you feel Jesus in all of them. I pray this record impacts your life for the glory and honor of Jesus. That it brings you JOY and peace. That it inspires you to be a REBEL.

    Charging onto the scene three years ago with her debut single “My Jesus,” Wilson made the powerful declaration to cling firmly to her faith after finding God’s healing following the tragic loss of her brother. Now, as she remains steadfast and unwavering in her commitment to her faith-filled message, Wilson delivers an album in REBEL that “hits the bullseye between contemporary Christian and Country twang” (GRAMMY) in an ode to Wilson’s Lexington, Ky. roots that honors two genres who share a deep rooted history.

    REBEL acts as a page turning autobiography into who Wilson is at her core, “a genre-blender in the truest, most artistically satisfying meaning of the word” (Holler). People.com further praises it “as entertaining as it is nourishing,” filled with “lively, often sassy melodies delivered by one of contemporary music’s freshest new voices, regardless of genre.” Wilson combines much-needed encouragement, vulnerability and transparency into a perfect balance that footholds the space between the dead-end road paved in dirt and the church pew of redemption on Sunday morning. Produced by Jeff Pardo and Jonathan Smith, REBEL emerges as a powerful message of faith.

    Highlighted on today’s record is “the upbeat banger” (GRAMMY) “Songs About Whiskey,” released with an all-new music video. Wilson unashamedly walks the line of her strong faith and Country roots, resulting in a lyrical redemption that swerves typical vices of whiskey, nicotine and one-night stands to place exclamation on her heavenly fix. Wilson also joined forces with some of Christian and Country music’s biggest names on REBEL, tapping reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year Lainey Wilson for “Praying Woman,” GRAMMY-Award winner Chris Tomlin for “The Cross” and the previously released “breezy ode to the riches found in the simplicity” (Billboard) with Jordan Davis titled “Country Gold.”

    Last month, Wilson landed her first CMT Music Award nomination for Breakthrough Female Video of the Year for her Country radio single “Rain In The Rearview.” Meanwhile, her Christian radio single “Strong” has climbed to No. 2 across multiple Christian radio charts. Despite only being three years into her burgeoning career, Wilson has already amassed an impressive list of accolades, including winning a Billboard Music Award, multiple DOVE and K-LOVE Fan Awards, in addition to being a GRAMMY and American Music Award nominee. Recognized as Apple Music’s Country Riser for April, an artist to watch by Spotify, Pandora, the Grand Ole Opry, CMT and more, and over 900M career streams, Wilson’s trajectory knows no bounds.

    Wilson’s new album will take her back to her roots as she prepares for her sold-out hometown album release show this Sunday (April 21st) at the Lexington Opera House (available to stream here) followed by a performance on Tuesday (April 23rd) at the Grand Ole Opry. The album events continue as she hosts an in-store signing event on Wednesday (April 24th) at the Walmart in Cool Springs-Franklin, Tennessee.

    With her first Country tour as direct support on Scotty McCreery’s Cab In A Solo Tour under her belt, she will grace the stages of both Country and Christian music’s most sought-after festivals this summer before taking her new album on the road for the REBEL Tour. Stay up to date with Wilson at www.annewilsonofficial.com and keep up with her on Instagram, TikTok and YouTube.

     

    REBEL Track List:

    1. “REBEL” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West)
    2. “Rain In The Rearview” (Anne Wilson, Matthew West, Zach Kale, Jaren Johnston)
    3. Strong” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West)
    4. “God & Country” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Trannie Anderson)
    5. “Praying Woman” (with Lainey Wilson) (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Lainey Wilson, Trannie Anderson)
    6. “Songs About Whiskey” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Lauren Hungate)
    7. “Sinner’s Prayer” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Lauren Hungate)
    8. “The Cross” (with Chris Tomlin) (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Jonathan Smith)
    9. “My Father’s Daughter” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Emily Weisband)
    10. “Red Flag” (Anne Wilson, Jonathan Smith, Casey Beathard)
    11. “Country Gold” (with Jordan Davis) (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West)
    12. “Southern Gospel” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Lauren Hungate)
    13. “Dirt Roads In Heaven” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Nicolle Galyon, Matthew West)
    14. “3:16” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West)
    15. “Milestones” (Anne Wilson, Nicolle Galyon, Lauren Hungate)
    16. “Out of the Bluegrass” (Anne Wilson, Nicolle Galyon, Emily Weisband)

     

    REBEL Tour dates with Jordan Rowe:

    Sept. 12, 2024 in Tulsa, Okla. at Mabee Center

    Sept. 13, 2024 in Fort Worth, Texas at Will Rogers Auditorium

    Sept. 14, 2024 *TBA

    Sept. 19, 2024 *TBA

    Sept. 21, 2024 in North Charleston, S.C. at North Charleston Performing Arts Center

    Sept. 25, 2024 in Nashville, Tenn. at Ryman Auditorium

    Sept. 26, 2024 in Charlotte, N.C. at Ovens Auditorium

    Sept. 27, 2024 in Birmingham, Ala. at BJCC Concert Hall

    Oct. 3, 2024 in Melbourne, Fla. at King Center for the Performing Arts

    Oct. 4, 2024 in Jacksonville, Fla. at Florida Theatre

    Oct. 5, 2024 in Tampa, Fla. at Straz Center

    Oct. 10, 2024 in Newark, N.J. at Calvary Temple International

    Oct. 11, 2024 in Reading, Pa. at Santander Performing Arts Center

    Oct. 12, 2024 in Washington, D.C. at Warner Theatre

    Oct. 17, 2024 in Minneapolis, Minn. at State Theatre

    Oct. 18, 2024 in Chicago, Ill. at Willow Creek – South Barrington – Lakeside

    Oct. 19, 2024 in Indianapolis, Ind. at Reardon Auditorium

    Nov. 1, 2024 in Phoenix, Ariz. at Orpheum Theatre

    Nov. 2, 2024 in San Diego, Calif. at Faith Chapel

    Nov. 3, 2024 *TBA

    Nov. 8, 2024 in Boise, Idaho at Morrison Center

    Nov. 9, 2024 in Sacramento, Calif. at SAFE Credit Union Performing Arts Center

    Nov. 10, 2024 in Bakersfield, Calif. at The Historic Bakersfield Fox Theater

    Nov. 12, 2024 in Salt Lake City, Utah at Kingsbury Hall

    Nov. 13, 2024 in Denver, Colo. at Paramount Theater

    Nov. 15, 2024 in Tacoma, Wash. at Pantages Theatre

    Nov. 16, 2024 in Spokane, Wash. at Fox Theater

    Nov. 17, 2024 in Salem, Ore. at Elsinore Theatre

     

    Audio / Anne Wilson talks about what her new album, REBEL, is all about.

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    Anne Wilson (the album) OC: …that together. :18
    “I feel like it kind of showcases like different seasons of life, like some party songs, joyful and then you go down to some more emotional songs. There’s a song about my Dad that I wrote. I love writing emotional songs. I love writing songs that bring people joy and happiness and all different emotions, so I feel like we definitely kind of tried to encompass all of that together.”

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  • ANNE WILSON REBEL ALBUM AUDIO TOOLKIT

    We have compiled an array of content — a variety of liners and soundbites – from ANNE WILSON to equip you with everything you might need to put together your own radio special; roll-out tracks leading up to –and following — the release of her new REBEL album to use in news feeds, specials and much more. Check out all of details below (including audio liners and soundbites, as well as transcriptions) to create your own content surrounding Anne’s new release.

     

    One of Nashville’s most inspiring young trailblazers, Anne Wilson is a true “rebel” in modern music. The Lexington, Kentucky native, known for her transcendent vocal and down-to-earth storytelling, is set to release her new album, REBEL, a collection of songs fusing the heart of Contemporary Christian Music with the sound of Country, and allowing the emerging powerhouse to innovate as her career builds momentum.

    Co-produced by Jeff Pardo and Jonathan Smith, the project kicks off with two singles bridging Wilson’s sonic influences. The hurricane force encouragement of “Rain In The Rearview” stands as Wilson’s debut Country single, while the soaring ballad “Strong” will simultaneously aim to continue the success she has earned in Contemporary Christian.

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  • ANNE WILSON READY TO RELEASE HER NEW ALBUM, REBEL.

    Anne Wilson is set to release her new album, REBEL, on Friday (April 19th). She co-wrote all 16 tracks on the album, including her current country radio single, “Rain In The Rearview,” and the title track. Anne describes herself as a REBEL because she doesn’t fit in any singular box, and she embraces the differences that make her unique. She also considers herself a REBEL because she’s not afraid to sing (or talk) about her faith.

    “For me, I think it started when I sent a song to Christian radio that was very like faith-based, but it got a lot of push back because it sounded too country, and so it kind of lit a fire in me to go, ‘Well, I’m not going to fit in anymore. I wanna be who I am authentically,’ and I want that to be my message,” says Anne. “So, that’s where it really came in, but on the other end, just being a person of faith in the world that we live in today, it feels like you’re an outsider if you have faith, especially for my generation. You know, my generation struggles a lot with feeling like we have permission to talk about our faith. We can come out and say it without being judged, you know? So, I think for me, I’m gonna be a REBEL. I’m gonna stand up for what I believe in. I’m gonna love my country. I’m gonna love God. I’m gonna stand up for the things that I believe in. I’m not gonna follow the world or the ways of the world, but I’m gonna follow Jesus and my faith, and that’s what makes me a REBEL.”

    She’s set to perform the album’s title track, “REBEL,” live from the heart of Times Square during the 3rd Hour of NBC’S TODAY Show.

    REBEL Track List:

    1. “REBEL” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West)
    2. “Rain In The Rearview” (Anne Wilson, Matthew West, Zach Kale, Jaren Johnston)
    3. “Strong” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West)
    4. “God & Country” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Trannie Anderson)
    5. “Praying Woman” (with Lainey Wilson) (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Lainey Wilson, Trannie Anderson)
    6. “Songs About Whiskey” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Lauren Hungate)
    7. “Sinner’s Prayer” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Lauren Hungate)
    8. “The Cross” (with Chris Tomlin) (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Jonathan Smith)
    9. “My Father’s Daughter” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Emily Weisband)
    10. “Red Flag” (Anne Wilson, Jonathan Smith, Casey Beathard)
    11. “Country Gold” (with Jordan Davis) (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West)
    12. “Southern Gospel” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Lauren Hungate)
    13. “Dirt Roads In Heaven” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Nicolle Galyon, Matthew West)
    14. “3:16” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West)
    15. “Milestones” (Anne Wilson, Nicolle Galyon, Lauren Hungate)
    16. “Out of the Bluegrass” (Anne Wilson, Nicolle Galyon, Emily Weisband)

     

    Audio / Anne Wilson's new album is titled REBEL, and she explains just what makes her a REBEL.

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    Anne Wilson (what makes her a REBEL) OC: …makes me a REBEL. :53
    “For me, I think it started when I sent a song to Christian radio that was very like faith-based, but it got a lot of push back because it sounded too country, and so it kind of lit a fire in me to go, ‘Well, I’m not going to fit in anymore. I wanna be who I am authentically,” and I want that to be my message. So, that’s where it really came in, but on the other end, just being a person of faith in the world that we live in today, it feels like you’re an outsider if you have faith, especially for my generation. You know, my generation struggles a lot with feeling like we have permission to talk about our faith. We can come out and say it without being judged, you know? So, I think for me, I’m gonna be a REBEL. I’m gonna stand up for what I believe in. *I’m gonna love my country. I’m gonna love God. I’m gonna stand up for the things that I believe in. I’m not gonna follow the world or the ways of the world, but I’m gonna follow Jesus and my faith, and that’s what makes me a REBEL.”

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  • TUNE IN: ANNE WILSON TO MAKE DEBUT ON NBC’S TODAY IN CELEBRATION OF HER NEW ALBUM REBEL THIS FRIDAY, APRIL 19th.

    PLATINUM-certified, GRAMMY-nominated artist and songwriter Anne Wilson will take center stage in New York City this Friday (April 19th) to celebrate the release of her new album on NBC’s TODAY. On the morning of releasing her bold, genre-defying new album REBEL, Wilson will check off another item on her bucket list as she performs the album’s loud and proud title-track, “REBEL,” live from the heart of Times Square during the 3rd Hour of TODAY. Check out Wilson learning of her TODAY debut in this heartwarming social media clip.

    Earlier this month, the 2024 CMT Next Women of Country celebrated her first CMT Music Award nomination for Breakthrough Female Video of the Year for her Country radio single “Rain In The Rearview,” while her Christian radio single “Strong” holds steady at No. 2 across multiple Christian radio charts.

    As she’s given listeners a taste of REBEL with previously released singles such as “God & Country” and “Country Gold” (with Jordan Davis), fans and industry alike are eagerly anticipating the full record’s release this Friday. Holler notes it’s set to become a “​​cherished addition to the libraries of fans of both genres,” while Woman’s World stamps that it “combines her faithful heart and Country soul.” Meanwhile, The Tennessean recognizes “she’s both an outlier and so specifically gifted at a myriad of styles.”

    After performing her new music on TODAY, Wilson will head to her hometown of Lexington, Kentucky on Sunday (April 21st) for a sold-out album release show at the Lexington Opera House, followed by a performance from the Opry NextStage Class of 2024 artist on Tuesday (April 23rd) at the Grand Ole Opry.

    Named as part of Spotify’s 2024 Hot Country Artists to Watch, Wilson wrapped her first Country tour as direct support on Scotty McCreery’s Cab In A Solo Tour. This summer, she will grace the stages of both Country and Christian music’s most sought-after festivals including CMA Fest, Big As Texas Fest, Country Concert, Alive Music Festival and Kingdom Bound, with more dates to be announced soon. Stay up to date with Wilson at www.annewilsonofficial.com and keep up with her on Instagram, TikTok and YouTube.

    REBEL Track List:

    1. “REBEL” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West)
    2. “Rain In The Rearview” (Anne Wilson, Matthew West, Zach Kale, Jaren Johnston)
    3. “Strong” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West)
    4. “God & Country” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Trannie Anderson)
    5. “Praying Woman” (with Lainey Wilson) (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Lainey Wilson, Trannie Anderson)
    6. “Songs About Whiskey” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Lauren Hungate)
    7. “Sinner’s Prayer” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Lauren Hungate)
    8. “The Cross” (with Chris Tomlin) (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Jonathan Smith)
    9. “My Father’s Daughter” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Emily Weisband)
    10. “Red Flag” (Anne Wilson, Jonathan Smith, Casey Beathard)
    11. “Country Gold” (with Jordan Davis) (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West)
    12. “Southern Gospel” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West, Lauren Hungate)
    13. “Dirt Roads In Heaven” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Nicolle Galyon, Matthew West)
    14. “3:16” (Anne Wilson, Jeff Pardo, Matthew West)
    15. “Milestones” (Anne Wilson, Nicolle Galyon, Lauren Hungate)
    16. “Out of the Bluegrass” (Anne Wilson, Nicolle Galyon, Emily Weisband)

     

  • EASTER LINERS 2024

    Easter is this Sunday (March 31st), and we’ve got liners from some of your favorite country “peeps.”

    Audio / LINER Anne Wilson (Easter)

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    “Hey, it’s Anne Wilson, wishing you a Happy Easter.”

    Audio / LINER Brad Paisley (Easter)

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    “Hey everybody, it’s Brad Paisley. Happy Easter.”

     

    Audio / LINER Brothers Osborne (Easter)

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    “Hey, we’re Brothers Osborne. Happy Easter.”

    Audio / LINER Carrie Underwood (Easter)

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    “Hey everybody, this is Carrie Underwood, wishing you a very Happy Easter.”

    Audio / LINER Catie Offerman (Easter)

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    “Hey y’all, it’s Catie Offerman, wishing you a very Happy Easter.”

    Audio / LINER Caylee Hammack (Easter)

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    “Hey y’all, this is Caylee Hammack, wishing you a very Happy Easter.”

    Audio / LINER Chrissy Metz (Easter)

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    “Hi, it’s Chrissy Metz, and I’m wishing you a very Happy Easter.”

    Audio / LINER Dalton Dover (Easter)

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    “Hey y’all, it’s Dalton Dover. Happy Easter.”

    Audio / LINER Darius Rucker (Easter)

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    “Hey y’all, what’s up? This is Darius Rucker. Happy Easter.”

    Audio / LINER Dierks Bentley (Easter)

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    “Hey, it’s Dierks Bentley, wishing you a very Happy Easter.”

    Audio / LINER Eric Church (Easter)

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    “Hey everybody, it’s Eric Church, wishing you a very Happy Easter.”

    Audio / LINER Jon Langston (Easter)

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    “Hi, I’m Jon Langston, wishing you a Happy Easter.”

    Audio / LINER Jon Pardi (Easter)

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    “Hi, it’s Jon Pardi. Happy Easter.”

     

    Audio / LINER Jordan Davis (Easter)

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    “Hey, I’m Jordan Davis. Happy Easter.”

    Audio / JORDAN DAVIS TALKS ABOUT HIS EASTER HOLIDAYS WHEN HE WAS GROWING UP IN LOUISIANA.

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    Jordan Davis (Easter) OC: …that holiday was. :53
    “We would always have the Easter Egg Hunt before church. You know, my mom, she would dress us in these ridiculous, pastel-colored, gosh, good Lord, I’m sorry for saying this, but the worst part about Easter for me is some of the photos I have of what my mom dressed us in. It was hideous! But yeah, that was it growing up. We would have our Easter Egg Hunt, and I think for me early on, and probably like a lot of kids, Easter was another Sunday where it was a very mini, mini Christmas. We’d get some candy, every once in a while, we’d get a present, something that we wanted, we’d go to church, and everybody looked great. It was like the day to wear the new dress or the guys had these crazy ties on or something like that. And it really wasn’t until, I think, I was able to kinda hit my high school years and kind of start to strengthen my faith that I realized how special that holiday was.”

    Audio / LINER Josh Ross (Easter)

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    “Hey! I’m Josh Ross. Happy Easter.”

    Audio / LINER Kylie Morgan (Easter)

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    “Hey y’all, this is Kylie Morgan, wishing you a very Happy Easter.”

     

    Audio / LINER LBT (Easter)

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    “Hey! We’re Little Big Town. Happy Easter.”

     

    Audio / LINER Maddie & Tae (Easter)

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    “Hey, it’s Maddie & Tae, wishing you a very Happy Easter.”

     

    Audio / MADDIE & TAE TALK ABOUT EASTERS WHEN THEY WERE KIDS.

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    Maddie & Tae (Easter) OC: (Maddie) …hope and joy. :51
    TAE: “Easters growing up for the Dye fam, my side, is  when I was younger, we’d go to my grandparents a lot and we’d do the whole Easter egg hunt and we’d go to church. My parents would always dress us up in these really cute springy outfits. But, yeah, Easter with family is always so much fun.” MADDIE: “Our Easter was very similar. My grandma would always get us this white chocolate cross with little flowers on it. It was so delicious. And me and my sister typically had matching dresses, which annoyed me at the time, but looking back it was precious. But Easter for us, Tae and I love us some Jesus! That is our favorite dude ever! (TAE: “That’s what Easter means.”) And so Easter is all about praising Jesus for his sacrifice so that we can know God and Him and just live a life full of purpose and hope and joy.”

    Audio / LINER Parker McCollum (Easter)

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    “Hey, this is Parker McCollum. Happy Easter, everyone.”

     

    Audio / LINER Priscilla Block (Easter)

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    “Hey, it’s Priscilla Block, wishing you a very Happy Easter.”

     

    Audio / LINER Reba McEntire (Easter)

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    “Hey everybody, this is Reba McEntire, wishing you a very Happy Easter.”

     

    Audio / LINER Travis Denning (Easter)

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    “Hey y’all, I’m Travis Denning. Happy Easter.”