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Kane Brown joined forces with electronic music producer/DJ Marshmello for a new single, “One Thing Right.”
Penned by Kane, Marshmello, Jesse Frasure, Josh Hoge and Matthew McGinn, “One Thing Right” is Marshmello’s first collaboration with a country artist. The tune was initially slated for Kane’s 2018 sophomore album, Experiment, but Kane decided to send it to Marshmello after meeting him at the 2018 American Music Awards.
“Marshmello had reached out to say congratulations while I was at the AMAs,” says Kane. “I sent him the song and he ended up being really passionate about it, and said he wanted to even make it a single, so we ended up working on it together. I am a huge Marshmello fan and think he is an incredible artist in his space, so I am thrilled to be able to get to collaborate with him on this. It’s amazing seeing a song you wrote come to life like that.”
Marshmello and Kane will bring “One Thing Right” to Good Morning America’s Summer Concert Series on August 30.
Listen to “One Thing Right” below.
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To celebrate the fifth anniversary of his recording deal with Warner Music Nashville, Cole Swindell will release a new EP, Down Home Sessions V.
Beginning with the release of “Drinkin’ Hours” on June 21, Cole will drop a new song every month for the next five months.
“I can’t believe I am about to release my fifth Down Home Sessions,” says Cole. “It’s one of my favorite projects because it allows me to share songs I have written between albums. I’m excited to roll this one out a little differently by giving the fans one song a month for the next five months focusing on fun, uptempo music.”
Cole has released a Down Home Sessions EP each of the last four years and supported them with four Down Home Tours.
Listen to “Drinkin’ Hours” below.
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Brett Young announced plans for the release of a new five-song EP, The Acoustic Sessions, which will feature stripped-down versions of songs from his 2018 sophomore album, Ticket to L.A.
New tracks and accompanying videos will be unveiled monthly, culminating with the EP’s release on Sept. 13. The first new track/video, which was released in May, features Brett teaming with Lady Antebellum’s Charles Kelley for a performance of “Here Tonight.”
The second installment is Brett’s acoustic rendition of his current single, “Catch,” which you can watch below. The EP will also include “Don’t Wanna Write This Song,” “Chapters” and “Ticket to L.A.”
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Singer/songwriter Heidi Merrill filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against Carrie Underwood, NBC and the NFL over “Game On,” the 2018 theme song to Sunday Night Football.
According to the lawsuit, Heidi claims that her song, “Game On,” which she penned with three others in 2016, recorded and posted to YouTube in 2017, is “substantially—even strikingly—similar, if not identical” to Carrie’s version of the song, which was co-penned by Carrie, Chris DeStefano and Brett James.
Heidi also claims she met Carrie’s producer, Mark Bright, at an event in Nashville and pitched the song to him.
Heidi and the co-writers of the song have named Carrie, Mark Bright, NBC, the NFL, Sony Corp., Warner Music Group and more as co-defendants in the lawsuit, which was filed in New York on June 19.
The plaintiffs are seeking an unspecified amount in damages.
Listen to Heidi’s version of “Game On” below.
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