Saturday, October 20, 2018

That Nashville Sound Saturday Newsbytes: New Music Videos and New Albums From Eddie Bush & Katie Armiger

A handful of new music videos and key musical performances popped up on the web yesterday as well as announcements from two country music veterans:

~  Former One Flew South member and guitar virtuoso Eddie Bush is releasing a new solo album on November 2 titled Love That Remains The Same Vol.1. Eddie became a veteran of the South Carolina music scene with 17 different album releases including his debut Infinity Nashville album, Eddie Bush. The disc produced the Billboard Hot Country Single “Hard To Stop A Train." By 2006 Eddie had become a member of the harmony group One Flew South, created and produced by GRAMMY® winning hit songwriter Marcus Hummon. The band was featured on the soundtrack of Disney’s The Fox & The Hound 2, and signed to Decca Records/UMG in November the same year. One Flew South’s full length disc Last Of The Good Guys produced the top 40 Billboard Hot Country Singles “My Kind Of Beautiful" and "Life."

- Miley Cyrus's performance of "Man of Constant Sorrow" at George Clooney's American Film Institute's 46th Life Achievement Award Gala Tribute earlier this summer was made public.

~ Riley Green has a new music video for his new single "There Was This Girl."

~ Shawn Mendes and Zac Brown Band debuted their first performance video from their CMT Crossroads performance together, a song called "In My Blood."

~ William Michael Morgan released a cover of Merle Haggard's "Ramblin' Fever."

~ Katie Armiger departed from her traditional country looks and country sound on a new EP released yesterday entitled Keep It All Together.

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