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Nine-time GRAMMY award-winner Sheryl Crow’s highly anticipated brand new album, Feels Like Home, is available for pre-order today and is due out September 10th* on Warner Bros. Records. The album features her hit single, “Easy,” which is currently Top 20 and climbing. “Writing the songs for this album, after 20 years of writing songs, felt so great because I am still doing what I love, but I’m learning and stretching at the same time,” said Crow of working on the first country record of her career.

Infectious New Single Is #1 Most Added Across Radio This Week

It’s a helluva week for Warner Bros. Records’ guitar slinger Frankie Ballard with the release of his brand new single “Helluva Life” to country radio. Impacting just in time for summer, the infectious song is the #1 most added at country radio nationwide with an impressive 57 first week stations already on board. “Helluva Life” is now available at iTunes.

Multiple GRAMMY nominated and platinum-selling country star Hunter Hayes will be making his first trip overseas to Japan this summer with full performances at Tower Records Shibuya and Tower Records Osaka. He will also be joining Jason Mraz for a special performance at Studio Coast in Tokyo, August 26. Hunter’s deluxe edition release Hunter Hayes (Encore) remains Top 5 on the sales charts while his current single “I Want Crazy” is nearing No. 1. He will be heading out on his headline tour, CMT on Tour: Hunter Hayes’ Let’s Be Crazy tour starting October 10th in Knoxville, Tenn.

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