Jon Langston

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Georgia native Jon Langston has always had a love for music of all kinds, but has not always pursued a career in the music industry. Even though he had a band in 8th grade with a few hometown buddies, it was nothing more than just a fun hobby for Langston at the time. The band which included long time friend, Josh Manuel, who co-produced Langston’s first two EP’s back in 2013 at Century Studios in Atlanta. Manuel is currently the drummer for the band “Issues.” Instead, Langston set his sights on playing football in high school and earned a Division I scholarship to play at Gardner-Webb University in North Carolina in 2009. It was his junior year of college when he picked the guitar up again. “I suffered multiple concussions, and so the coaches, doctors and myself decided the best for my health was to hang up the pads,” Langston says. “It was hard but I knew it was the right thing to do. I didn’t know what God had planned for my life at the time.” Langston began to learn how to play the guitar again and began to write his own songs and posting them on YouTube. “It is crazy how God closes one door and opens another. I had no idea what was ahead of me with the whole music world.”

Since then Langston has shown a passion and love for country music, and his unique voice and songwriting have sparked a wildfire fan base across the country. Selling out shows across the southeast, including the huge accomplishment at the Georgia Theatre on Nov. 7, 2015, dreams are starting to come true for Langston. “To be given the opportunity to not only play on that stage, but to headline the theatre, where I’ve seen many acts perform such as: Luke Bryan, Brantley Gilbert, and Corey Smith, who are guys I look up to, it was an honor and a night I will never forget.”

Langston, now a Music City resident in Nashville, TN, has created his own style and sound from a variety of influences. Growing up listening to everything from Alan Jackson to the Eagles, Langston has crafted a fresh, new country music sound that is ready for take off.

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CHRISTMAS 2019: Lauren Alaina

Lauren Alaina released her own version of the holiday classic, “O Holy Night,” last month. She loves Christmas music so much she’d like to release a full album of holiday songs. She has a few favorite songs that she’d have to include on the collection. “I have a few favorites. It’s like a fast favorite actually. Surprisingly is ‘Oh Santa’ by Mariah Carey. I jam to that, girl. I mean I am crazy about that song,” says Lauren. “And I also like ‘O Holy Night,’ like when I just want to really sing and kind of get in the Christmas spirit. It was my grandmother’s favorite, one of her favorites. My grandmother loved Christmas.”

When it comes to her favorite holiday movies, she can’t pinpoint just one. “Oh gosh! I have so many favorite Christmas movies, but I usually like the funny ones like The Grinch and Elf,” declares Lauren. “I don’t know. I like all of it. It’s so hard to pick. I love Christmas.”

Lauren’s favorite Christmas gift would have to be the reason for the season. When she was a little girl, she really wanted a Bible with her name on it, just like her parents had. “My favorite Christmas gift I’ve ever been given, gosh, that’s so hard to pick, but my Mom and Dad had their names on the front of their Bibles, and I was so jealous of that as a kid. So, I begged my Mom to get me a Bible that had my name on it, and she actually got this Bible that you design the whole thing yourself. And she designed this Bible for me and it had my name on it and I still have it, and it’s one of my favorite gifts I’ve ever been given.”

As for her favorite Christmas gift as a child, Lauren goes back to the time Santa Claus brought her a Barbie bicycle, and she felt like she was in charge. “My favorite Christmas memory is when I got my Barbie bike when I was six years old, and I thought I ruled the world because it had a horn and it had Barbie’s picture on it.”

Audio / Lauren Alaina talks about her favorite Christmas memory.

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Lauren Alaina (favorite Christmas moment) OC: …on it. :09
“This is Lauren Alaina, and my favorite Christmas memory is when I got my Barbie bike when I was six years old, and I thought I ruled the world because it had a horn and it had Barbie’s picture on it.”

Audio / Lauren Alaina says she can't decide on her favorite Christmas movie since there's so many from which to choose.

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Lauren Alaina (loves all Christmas movies) OC: …Christmas. :10
“Oh gosh! I have so many favorite Christmas movies, but I usually like the funny ones like The Grinch and Elf. I don’t know. I like all of it. It’s so hard to pick. I love Christmas.”

Audio / Lauren Alaina talks about her favorite Christmas songs.

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Lauren Alaina (Christmas songs) OC: …Christmas. :22
“I have a few favorites. It’s like a fast favorite actually. Surprisingly is ‘Oh Santa’ by Mariah Carey. I jam to that, girl. I mean I am crazy about that song. And I also like ‘O Holy Night,’ like when I just want to really sing and kind of get in the Christmas spirit. It was my grandmother’s favorite, one of her favorites. My grandmother loved Christmas.”

Audio / Lauren Alaina talks about her favorite Christmas gift.

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Lauren Alaina (favorite Christmas gift) OC: …been given. :28
“My favorite Christmas gift I’ve ever been given, gosh, that’s so hard to pick, but my Mom and Dad had their names on the front of their Bibles, and I was so jealous of that as a kid. So, I begged my Mom to get me a Bible that had my name on it, and she actually got this Bible that you design the whole thing yourself. And she designed this Bible for me and it had my name on it and I still have it, and it’s one of my favorite gifts I’ve ever been given.”

Audio / LAUREN ALAINA TALKS ABOUT "O HOLY NIGHT," WHICH SHE RECORDED A FEW YEARS AGO.

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Lauren Alaina (O Holy Night) OC: …of it. :24
“‘O Holy Night’ is one of my favorite Christmas songs ever; one of my favorite songs ever. I think that it’s just beautifully written. The melody and the lyrics and the meaning of the song, it’s a perfect representation of what Christmas is all about, and I love that. I am so honored that I was able to finally do a recording of it.”

Audio / LINER Lauren Alaina (Christmas)

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KIP MOORE DELIVERS OVER 40 SOLD-OUT SHOWS ACROSS ROOM TO SPARE: ACOUSTIC TOUR.

Kip Moore capped off the third leg of his ROOM TO SPARE: ACOUSTIC TOUR this weekend with shows in Tucson, AZ (12/5) and Phoenix, AZ (12/6). Inviting fans to enjoy his “highly-praised” (PEOPLE) and intimate tour concept, Moore connected with audiences each night, often taking to the stage just him and his guitar for many tracks during his spontaneous and request-filled set. Rounding out at 41 total sold-out shows across the three runs, Moore took on packed houses from coast-to-coast in the U.S. and internationally with completely sold-out stints in The U.K. and Canada.

Next up, Moore will hit the road for another international trek, returning to his Australian fan base in 2020 for headlining arena dates in Melbourne, AU on 3/17 and Sydney, AU on 3/18. Moore will also headline Australia’s premiere Country music festival, CMC Rocks QLD 2020, taking place in Willowbank, AU 3/20-3/22. Moore will round out 2019 with a final show in Las Vegas, NV on 12/14 at The Chelsea at The Cosmo. For tickets and more information, visit kipmoore.net.

Moore’s latest single, “She’s Mine,” is taken from his upcoming fourth studio album, of which more details will be revealed soon, and the new music video for the single is available to watch here. The forthcoming project follows his ROOM TO SPARE: THE ACOUSTIC SESSIONS EP which sparked his acoustic tour and his third studio album SLOWHEART, which garnered instant praise from critics as his “most complete, cohesive declaration of his artistic sensibilities yet” (NPR), as well landing on multiple “Best Of” lists including Entertainment WeeklyRolling StoneUpRoxxBobby Bones Show and many more. SLOWHEART included Moore’s fourth No. One single and follows the critical acclaim that surrounded Moore’s sophomore album WILD ONES and his PLATINUM debut album UP ALL NIGHT that spawned three No. One hit singles. For more information, visit kipmoore.net.

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MADDIE & TAE RELEASE THE VIDEO FOR THEIR NEW HOLIDAY SONG, “HAVE YOURSELF A MERRY LITTLE CHRISTMAS.”

Maddie & Tae just released the video for their holiday offering, “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.” The clip features home videos, studio footage, photos of the duo with their families, significant others and even a few childhood pics.

Since Maddie Marlow has been together with new husband Jonah Font, whom she started dating in high school, the pair have a handful of Christmas traditions already.
“We always get a real tree every year, because Jonah’s a stickler for a real tree thing. We always shave off a little part of the bottom of the tree and make an ornament out of the little thing, so we’ll put the year on all of them and collect them,” says Maddie. “We’ve actually just started collecting nutcrackers, which is super weird, but we name them all. Oh, and White Elephant. We play White Elephant on the Font side of things, and I always end up with the best gift somehow, because Jonah and I tag team White Elephant.”

Taylor Dye (Tae) just got engaged to fiancé, songwriter Josh Kerr, and this will be the first Christmas they will share together, so she hopes to create several Christmas traditions in the future. “This is Josh and I’s first Christmas together, so I can’t wait to find some traditions that we’ll start to do together,” says Tae. “I bet we’d make some cookies. I bet we’ll watch a lot of movies.”

The duo is climbing the country charts with their smash hit “Die From a Broken Heart.”

Audio / Maddie & Tae’s Maddie Marlow has several Christmas traditions she shares with new husband Jonah Font.

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Maddie & Tae (Maddie’s Christmas traditions) OC: …White Elephant. :31
“We always get a real tree every year, because Jonah’s a stickler for a real tree thing. We always shave off a little part of the bottom of the tree and make an ornament out of the little thing, so we’ll put the year on all of them and collect them. We’ve actually just started collecting nutcrackers, which is super weird, but we name them all. Oh, and White Elephant. We play White Elephant on the Font side of things, and I always end up with the best gift somehow, because Jonah and I tag team White Elephant.”

Audio / Maddie & Tae’s Taylor Dye says she’ll start to make some new Christmas traditions with fiancé Josh Kerr.

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Maddie & Tae (Tae’s 2019 Christmas) OC: …we’ll see. :09
“This is Josh and I’s first Christmas together, so I can’t wait to find some traditions that we’ll start to do together. I bet we’d make some cookies. I bet we’ll watch a lot of movies. We’ll see.”

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