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Jan
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Cam To Make TV Debut of New Single “Mayday” On Friday’s “Ellen DeGeneres Show”

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“Mayday” Follows the Success of Cam’s Platinum Chart-Topper, the GRAMMY-Nominated “Burning House”

Featured on Cam’s Acclaimed Untamed Album, “Mayday” Is at Country Radio Now for an Official Airplay Impact Date of February 15

Best Country Solo Performance GRAMMY® nominee Cam will make the television debut of her new single, “Mayday,” with a performance on the syndicated Ellen DeGeneres Show airing this Friday, January 29.

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Jan
14

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Cam Discusses Country Radio, Miley Cryrus and That Jason Adean Comment – Interview

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Cam seems to be popping up everywhere at the moment. Having just released her debut album, this interview was conducted during her visit to London (September 2015) supporting Carrie Underwood at the Apple Music Festival at The Roundhouse, Camden. As well as performing a fabulous and well-received set, she found time to speak to me before rushing off to the airport, to shoot a music video back in the States. Continue reading

Jan
5

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Cam to Make Her “Tonight Show” Debut on January 11

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Appearance Will Include a Performance of Her GRAMMY-Nominated, Platinum-Certified, #1 Country Smash, “Burning House”

Critical Acclaim Continues for Cam’s Untamed Album as She Returns to the Grand Ole Opry This Friday

Arista Nashville/RCA Records singer/songwriter Cam hit #1 in December with her Platinum-certified country smash, “Burning House,” and the Best Country Solo Performance GRAMMY® nominee will perform the song in her debut appearance on NBC’s The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Monday, January 11.

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Dec
19

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FTCR’s Most Popular Posts of 2015

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It’s that time of year when there are lists galore, and here is yet another one for you. Our good friends at Farce The Music recently posted their most popular posts of the year, and I thought I’d steal their idea follow their lead. So, for your reading pleasure, here are the top 25 most popular articles on FTCR in 2015, tabulated on December 4.

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Dec
13

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Cam Earns First Grammy Nomination with Her Gold-Certified Smash ‘Burning House’

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Arista Nashville/RCA Records singer/songwriter Cam is celebrating a huge week with a Top 5 single, an album release, and the first GRAMMY® Award nomination of her career. This week, Cam was nominated for Best Country Solo Performance for her compellingly powerful smash single, “Burning House.”

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Dec
11

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iTunes UK Country Chart Roundup – Week of 11th December, 2015

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Leading Country Albums this week is a compilation album titled simply as ‘The Country Album’. It incorporates a bunch of classic country songs and is the latest in a long line of gateway records to introduce newbies to the best of the genre. Next up is Chris Stapleton’s ‘Traveller’, which has jumped back to the #2 spot after his performance on the CMA Awards, which premiered in the UK last night. Meanwhile, other performers from the show are doing well too. Kacey Musgraves’ ‘Pageant Material’ is at #10 and ‘Same Trailer Different Park’ is at #13, while Carrie Underwood’s ‘Storyteller’ is at #5 and ‘Greatest Hits: Decade #1’ is at #11. Further down the chart, Brad Paisley’s ‘Moonshine In The Trunk’ is at #20, Little Big Town’s ‘Pain Killer’ is at #21, Sam Hunt’s ‘Montevallo’ is at #22 and Eric Church’s ‘Mr. Misunderstood’ is at #25.

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Dec
11

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Cam ‘Untamed’ – Album Review

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The hype-machine betrays us again. Cam, one of the most exciting artists to come out of 2015 after her gold-certified ‘Burning House’, has released her debut full-length LP, and surprise surprise, it isn’t as good as I was hoping, even though I wasn’t expecting 11 ‘Burning Houses’. Similarly to Chris Janson’s debut last month, it is a decent enough record, but failed to live up to its lead single, and whilst they are both good listens, ‘Untamed’, like ‘Buy Me A Boat’ is destined to be forgotten after the initial excitement dies down. Continue reading

Dec
6

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Pandora Predicts 2016 Artists to Watch; Includes Country Artists

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Pandora (NYSE: P), the world’s largest music discovery platform, today released its list of Artists to Watch for 2016. Selected through a combination of Pandora’s music industry expertise and data insights, these 25 artists are ones to keep an eye on in the coming year. To read more about this year’s selections, click here.