Marie Crichton Country Latest Show


Marie’s CMR Country Show (Sunday 24th April 2022)
Brand new music from Caitlyn Smith, Willie Nelson, Cole Swindell, Maren Morris, Molly Tuttle and Joshua Hedley.
Find out all the different ways to listen to the show HERE

Hour 1
(Artist/ Song (album/ label)
1. Thompson Square - Country In My Soul (Single; Brown Sellers Brown, Quartz Hill Records)
2. Joshua Hedley - Bury Me with My Boots On (Bury Me with My Boots On / Neon Blue New West)
3. Carly Pearce & Patty Loveless - Dear Miss Loretta (with Patty Loveless) (29 / Big Machine Label Group, LLC) πŸŽ‚ Carly Pearce (Birthday 24 April 1990)
4. Rory Feek - Satan and Grandma (with Lee Ann Womack) (Gentle Man/ Gaither Music) πŸŽ‚ (Birthday 25 April1965)
5. Kate Mackenzie - Blue Lonesome Wind (Age of Innocence/ Red House Records Inc) πŸŽ‚ (Birthday 25 April 1952)
6. Kristian Bush - Tennessee Plates (52ATL x BNA / Songs of the Architect/ Big Machine Label Group)
7. Caitlin Quisenberry - The Drill (Single; Caitlin Quisenberry)
8. The Wardens - Sold Out At The Ironwood (Sold Out At The Ironwood)
9. The Judds - Young Love (Love Can Build a Bridge: Best of The Judds / Curb Records)
10. Caitlyn Smith - High (Monument Records)
11. Thomas Rhett - Death Row (feat. Tyler Hubbard & Russell Dickerson) (Where We Started out/  Big Machine Label Group)
12. Melonie Cannon - The Music Life (Sweeter Than Sugarcane/ Melanie Cannon / Skaggs Family Records)
13. James Bonamy - Jimmy and Jesus (What I Live To Do/ Sony) πŸŽ‚ (Birthday 29 April 1972)
14. Hailey Whitters - Pretty Boy (Raised/ (Pigasus Records / Big Loud Records)

Hour 2
(Artist/ Song (album/ label)
1. Ann DOKA - Little Things in Life ( House of Change / Ann Doka/ Nash * Dash Records)                                                         
2. High Mountain Breezes - Good Time Charlie’s got The Blues (2021 High Mountain Breezes Publishing LLC)
3. Rhyan Sinclair - Gasoline in the Morning (Letters to Aliens (Rhyan Elizabeth Sinclair) “Really like this album, really great singer-songwriter
4. Willie Nelson - Energy Follows Thought (A Beautiful Time/ Legacy Recordings) Amazon UK πŸŽ‚ (Birthday 29 April 1933) 
5. Regan Stewart - April's Fool (Single; Regan Stewart Music) “An absolutely lovely artist, I think this is absolutely stunning, particularly poignant to play it      
6. Cole Swindell - She Had Me at Heads Carolina (I’m Gonna Let Her/ Warner Music Nashville)
7. Lauren Mascitti - If I Can Lose You (Single; Lauren Mascitti) “Really nice to see a brand new single, what a voice she’s got”
8. David Quinn - Boy from Illinois (Country Fresh / Down Home Records / Soundly Music) “A great talent, nice and traditional, really like this new album
9. Maren Morris - Good Friends (Humble Quest / Sony Music Entertainment) “rather like the slower countrier ones
10. Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway - Flatland Girl (feat. Margo Price) (Crooked Tree/ Molly Tuttle/ Nonesuch Records Inc. ) Amazon UK  Every single track is wonderful
11. Awkward Family Portraits - Don’t Know Where It Goes (Dear Old West / Holy Smokes Records)
12. Autumn Brooke - Hey Cowboy (Single; Autumn Brooke) a great song, another new talent with enormous talent ahead of her the wonderful Autumn Brooke”
13. Chayce Beckham - Where the River (EP; Doin' It Right ; 19 Recordings/ Wheelhouse Records) Amazon UK  
14. Kaitlin Butts - Bored If I Don’t (what else can she do/ Kaitlin Butts / Soundly Music) Amazon UK
Another wonderful album, it really is lovely

 New On The Show

Autumn Brooke

Autumn Brooke self-released released her debut single “Hate This Town” on October 15, 2021.

Watch her Official Music Video  which so far has garnered over 225,000 views

Her new single Hey Cowboy (written by Autumn Brooke, Stephen Van Etten) dropped on April 8, 2022.

Watch the Lyric Video which includes fan photos for this special song.

In the behind the scenes photoshoot she rocked casual southern belle wearing a daring Widows Warning  Dress from the electric_cowgirl_boutique (Product) and Tony Lama tasselled western boots. 

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Kaitlin Butts

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Full of reflection, daydreaming contemplation, sharp wit, tough decisions in the midst of dire situations, rosy love, and beaming growth,what else can she do finds country music’s Kaitlin Butts in full bloom.

Country music’s Kaitlin Butts’ WHAT ELSE CAN SHE DO finds the emerging songwriter delivering a collection of delicate, strong, and gallant characters and transformative storytellers. What Else Can She Do is a visceral display of just how raw and mighty words and actions can be–and how sometimes, knowing when to walk away can be just as compelling. 

“These songs are all stories from different women facing the question: What else can she do,” says Butts. “I don’t think that life is all that pretty sometimes and it comes with pain and pushing through hard times, or being stagnant, going through the motions, and not knowing what to do, or just being flat-out angry with whatever life has put on your plate.”

Following up her delightful debut Same Hell, Different Devil and a diverse run of singles–the cosmic dancer “Marfa Lights,” haunting murder ballad “White River,” and the sweet tranquility of “How Lucky Am I,”–What Else Can She Do finds the Oklahoma songwriter in full blossom. Behind her flowing locks of auburn hair, Oklahoma twang, and a wry grin, grows a demanding voice and equally devastating storyteller.  

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 Regan Stewart

Regan Stewart is the epitome of the music she grew up on, as she carries the torch with her feminine touch to a traditional country sound. Recorded at Castle Recording Studios, Brandon Hood co-wrote and produced Stewart’s upcoming music. Auburn, Alabama native, Regan Stewart, began writing songs at 8-years-old and has quickly made a name for herself in Nashville. Stewart has been featured on Rolling Stone, NPR, Taste of Country, CMT, and many others. In 2018, she was asked to join Jake Owen’s team on USA Network’s Real Country.

She shares "When I think about country music it takes me back. It takes me back to the first time I heard "Merry Go 'Round" on the radio while getting a ride to my college dorm room. It takes me back to Kindergarten, at recess, swinging, and screaming "Strawberry Wine" at the top of my lungs. It takes me back to being in 5th grade, 3rd row at a stadium concert - jammin' with my best friend to "Goodbye Earl." It takes me back to when that boy I liked stopped texting, and I listened to "Why They Call It Falling" on repeat for days. I hope my music takes you back too".

Regan Stewart calls to mind “Merry Go ‘Round”-era Kacey Musgraves with her song “Drop Dead Gorgeous,” marrying a sweetly sad melody to an acidly funny swipe at a “Jolene” type who’s getting a little too close to her boyfriend. Lushly produced with a nod to the fullness of the Nashville Sound, “Drop Dead Gorgeous” doesn’t hold back on the clever, as Stewart sings, “Pushing up daises would really be the best thing for you/Go to hell, you might as well drop dead gorgeous.” - Rollingstone Aug 2020

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