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Elizabeth McQueen: On finding ‘a nice warm sound to the music’

When she got ready to record “The Laziest Girl in Town,” her first CD in five years, Little Rock native Elizabeth McQueen decided to do it the old-fashioned way.

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"The Guitar Song" - Sharpshooter Jamey Johnson sticks to his guns, hits bullseye

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Fans of traditional country music found a lot to love in Jamey Johnson’s “The Guitar Song” (Mercury Records). The September 2010 release, with its 2-CD “Black Album” and “White Album,” peaked at number 1 on the Billboard country album chart and currently sits at number 28.

 

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Al Jarreau on his unique sound: ‘It involves my entire life and a heart that’s open to music’

When asked about the origins of his trademark sound, vocalist Al Jarreau explains, “It involves my entire life and a heart and an ear that are open to music and absorbing things in a sponge fashion.”

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Alden brings nothing new to the PARTY

Turn on any country music radio or television station these days, and you’ll hear Georgia native Jason Aldean rocking out. The boy from Macon is doing all right – but things haven’t always gone Aldean’s way.

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Meet Jane Monheit at HOME

Jane Monheit first caught my ear with her guest appearance on Terence Blanchard’s 2001 CD, “Let’s Get Lost.” She was only 24 when she laid down lush, lovely covers of “Too Young to Go Steady” and “I Can’t Give You Anything but Love.”

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