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WARNER BROS. RECORDS’ RYAN KINDER BRINGS A SOULFUL VOICE TO COUNTRY RADIO WITH NEW SINGLE “CLOSE”

Annual Kinder’s Kids Toy Drive Kick Off Concert This Thursday, November 10 in Nashville!

The forthcoming single from Warner Bros. Records/Warner Music Nashville artist Ryan Kinder invites fans to lean in, come “Close,” and delight in his unique and soulful Southern vocals and electrifying guitar.

Written by Kinder with Jeremey Stover and Lindsey Rimes and produced by Ross Copperman, “Close” is a hookup anthem flipped upside down, all about wanting more but knowing love at first sight is usually reserved for fairytales.

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BRANDY CLARK RELEASES SPECIAL VERSION OF “HOLD MY HAND” WITH LEGENDARY DWIGHT YOAKAM TODAY

Four-time GRAMMY nominee Brandy Clark, and 21-time nominated, multiple GRAMMY Award winner, Dwight Yoakam release a recorded version of their highly-regarded duet performance of Clark’s “Hold My Hand” today. The two teamed up at the 2015 GRAMMY Awards, where Clark was nominated for Best New Artist, for a beautiful performance of the song - then for a recording of the duet after that. The original version of “Hold My Hand” is off Clark’s debut album, 12 Stories, which was GRAMMY-nominated for Best New Album the year they performed.

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THE LAST BANDOLEROS FEATURED IN PEOPLE MAGAZINE AND ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY

Warner Bros. Records/Warner Music Nashville’s The Last Bandoleros are celebrating a banner year. Signing a record deal in January, the band immediately hit the road, sharing their unique blend of tex-mex, country, rock and brit-pop and meanwhile earning praise from both fans and critics. They are the only band featured as a “2016 Ones to Watch” in the current issue of People Magazine and were also recently named as a “Breaking Big” artist by Entertainment Weekly.

The Last Bandoleros were also included as part of Spotify’s Artists to Watch showcase in New York earlier last month where they

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HIGH VALLEY MAKES TRIUMPHANT RETURN TO GRAND OLE OPRY STAGE

It has been three long and amazing years since rising country duo HIGH VALLEY — brothers Brad and Curtis Rempel — made their debut on the Grand Ole Opry. Last night, they graced country music’s most famous stage again when they stepped back inside the sacred circle for the first time as an Atlantic / Warner Music Nashville duo.

“While we have been on that stage before, it was really special and felt like the first time in many ways,” said High Valley’s Brad Rempel.  “It was so much fun to see a packed house and have everyone singing and clapping along,” replied High Valley’s Curtis Rempel.

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