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[Album Review] End Your Summer with William Clark Green on “Hebert Island”

It’s here, folks! One of the Texas music scene’s most anticipated albums of the year…TMP welcomes you to William Clark Green’s ‘Hebert Island’ out Friday,…

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“I Travel On” with Jason Eady’s New Album

Steady, strong and hard-rolling, Jason Eady’s latest album “I Travel On” drops this Friday, Aug. 10th. I Travel On: I Lost My Mind in Carolina…

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Dan Johnson Offers Awareness and Education on Veteran Suicide Prevention with New EP “Hemingway”

Dan Johnson’s “Hemingway” plays out much like the audio book that accompanies it.  It’s a collection of stories that are character-centric, colorful, and rich. To…

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Cody Jinks Continues to Turn Listeners in to “Lifers” [Album Spotlight]

A few weeks before his own highly anticipated music festival, Cody Jinks’ album “Lifers” releases Fri, Jul. 27th. “Lifers:” Holy Water Must Be the Whiskey…

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Colby Keeling Does “Whatever It Takes” in New Album

One of our favorite things is when a debut project really grabs our attention; especially if it’s from an artist we’ve had our eye on…

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Cody Canada & The Departed Show Us Power of “3” [Album Premiere]

Influential Red Dirt artist Cody Canada is back at it again. This time around, he’s introduced us to the power of “3” in a new…

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Garrett Bryan Carves His Own Channel with Solo Debut “Break The Levee”

I love when albums come across real and personal.  Perhaps it’s the authenticity that oozes from the project, or the artist’s connection to each song…

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Tom McELvain Finds “Redemption” with New Record

Texas singer/songwriter Tom McELvain’s third studio album ‘Redemption’ is set to drop this Friday, June 22 and it certainly has our attention here at TMP….

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Corey Kane Looks Back While “Moving On”

Clifton, Texas native Corey Kane has released of a solo album titled, “Moving On” that hit Spotify earlier this month. With strong classic country vocals,…

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“Things Change” for American Aquarium: Band, Political Climate, & Album Review

The renewed and revamped American Aquarium releases standout album “Things Change” Friday, Jun. 1st. This album is a personal and political reflection of front-man BJ…

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[Song Premiere] Huser Brother Band Finds Their Way to the Scene with Impressive Debut

The Huser Brother Band is one to put and keep on your radar, folks. As told by the band, the line up includes: “Josh Huser,…

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[Song Premiere] Randall King’s New Album Keeps Us On The Line

Randall King, one of our favorite neo-traditional up-and-comers, has his self-titled album set for release this Friday, Apr. 27th. The new record is complete with…

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[Song Premiere] Josh Ward Gives Country Music Fans What They Deserve With New Album

There are few people I look forward to talking to more than  Josh Ward.  The art of conversation is all but lost today. Everyone is…

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[Song Premiere] Erick Willis – Broken Man

Erick Willis’ new EP “True Colors” drops tomorrow and includes five emotional songs and a lick of heart-wrenching soft fiddle. If you’re looking for a…

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Sound and Scene Meet in Red Shahan’s Upcoming Album, “Culberson County”

The term “artist” is used frequently to describe musicians and singers, but for how many does that term truly epitomize? How many honestly approach it…

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