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Nov
9

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Abi Ann Announces Tour Dates With Eli Young Band

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Nashville’s 18 year old country / pop artist Abi Ann will be heading out with country super group Eli Young Band for weekend performances in November and December. On select dates, EYB will be joined by special guests LOCASH, Dallas Smith, Luke Combs, Kevin Fowler and more. The Live Nation / House of Blues sponsored tour begins onNovember 11th in Philadelphia and wraps up on December 12th in Anaheim, CA. Tickets are available now.

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Oct
24

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VIDEO: Andy Grammer ft Eli Young Band ‘Honey I’m Good’

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While Andy Grammer’s ‘Honey I’m Good’ was already a hit on the pop charts earlier this year, complete with cute video featuring various real-life couples stating how long they’d been together, more recently Eli Young Band joined him on a country version that has also had the video treatment. The video functions in much the same way (similar to how the country mix is not that far removed from the original), with a fresh batch of couples displaying on cards how long they have been together, and dancing to the catchy tune.

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Aug
14

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Guitar-B-Que @ Loser’s Bar, Nashville, TN | August 12, 2015 – Review

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Having seen the line up for this year’s Guitar-B-Que in aid of St Jude’s Research Hospital, I was excited about the prospect of seeing some of my favorite artists all in a fairly intimate setting. Cam’s ‘Burning House’ is one of my very favorite songs of the year so far, and Jon Pardi’s debut album and B-Sides completely won me as a big fan. A Thousand Horses were more tricky since they are one of those bands who seem very moulded into something wholly commercial, and hence less authentic. Eli Young Band I’m going to admit, were not on the list of artists I wanted to see. Lee Brice however was, and I am quite a fan of many of his songs, and it was his inclusion that really made me want to go.

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Jul
27

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Andy Grammer ft Eli Young Band ‘Honey I’m Good’ – Single Review

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Honestly, I had not heard of Andy Grammer prior to the existence of this collaboration. Call me a hermit, but unless it’s country, related to country, superstar status or released in the UK, it kind of misses my radar. Still, Andy has been on the pop/adult contemporary scene for a few years now, recently taking his single ‘Honey I’m Good’ (from his second album ‘Magazines Or Novels’) to #1 on the Billboard Adult Top 40 chart and #9 on the Hot 100. The song went Platinum and has been his biggest hit to date, with prior efforts including ‘Keep Your Head Up’ (#53 on the Hot 100) and ‘Fine By Me’ (#84) from his eponymous debut album. Not content simply to have success on the pop charts (and proving that crossover attempts exist in other genres too), Andy’s label have repurposed the song (which originally peaked earlier this year). Yes, as of July 27, ‘Honey I’m Good’ will be a country single featuring Eli Young Band.

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Mar
18

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Eli Young Band ‘Turn It On’ – Single Review

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Ever since Republic Nashville got a hold of Eli Young Band back in 2011, they’ve been functioning as a shadow of their former selves. Scott Borchetta turned them from a solid Texas Red Dirt band into a lame poppy boyband masquerading as modern country, and although mainstream break-out record ‘Life At Best’ produced two #1 hits and a top 30, their follow-up album ’10,000 Towns’ was far less successful. In fact, despite a #1 hit in lead single ‘Drunk Last Night’ (just about as radio-friendly and as pandering as it gets), ‘Dust’ had a very slow rise to an albeit respectable top 20 slot, and the lack of momentum led the label to abandon the album altogether. Ouch.

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Nov
6

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PHOTOS: Stars Honor Heroes after CMA Awards

Reid Perry, Kimberly Perry, and Neil Perry of The Band Perry take a moment to pack a Crown Royal Regal Apple care package in effort to honor US troops overseas at the BLMG After Party on November 5, 2014 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images for Crown Royal)

Reid Perry, Kimberly Perry, and Neil Perry of The Band Perry take a moment to pack a Crown Royal Regal Apple care package in effort to honor US troops overseas at the BLMG After Party on November 5, 2014 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images for Crown Royal)

On one of country music’s biggest nights, country artists including Eli Young Band, Florida Georgia Line, and The Band Perry took a moment to honor troops at Big Machine Label Group’s CMA Awards after-party sponsored by Crown Royal Regal Apple.

Country’s artists had the opportunity to give back to U.S. soldiers last night by packing bags with items rarely available overseas such as tablets, earbuds, armbands, music players, etc. The packed bags will be shipped to active duty service men and women overseas with the help from Packages From Home, Crown Royal’s national charity partner.

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May
8

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Jägermeister Announces Ultimate Summer of Music With Eli Young Band

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Brand’s First-Ever Multi-Genre Campaign Headlined by Fall Out Boy, Paul Oakenfold and Eli Young Band

Jägermeister, the 7th largest premium spirits brand in the world and #1 selling imported liqueur in the United States, is proud to announce Jägermeister’s Ultimate Summer of Music, the brand’s largest music initiative to date. While the iconic brand has a deeply rooted history in music, this is the first time Jägermeister will sponsor three separate acts on three nationwide tours headlined by Fall Out Boy, Eli Young Band, and Paul Oakenfold.

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Mar
13

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Billboard Chart Roundup – Week of March 22nd, 2014

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This week Eli Young Band’s latest album ’10,000 Towns’ has debuted at the top of the Top Country Albums chart, however their current single ‘Dust’ is nowhere to be found across the top 25 singles charts, proving that an album release doesn’t always boost the single. David Nail, however, upon the release of ‘I’m A Fire’ (#3 on Top Country Albums), at least sees ‘Whatever She’s Got’ return to #11 on Country Digital Songs, although elsewhere it has dropped from view, and ‘Kiss Me Tonight’ is not yet impacting Country Airplay. Brantley Gilbert’s ‘Bottoms Up’ remains at #1 across Hot Country Songs and Country Digital Songs meanwhile, trailing at #14 on Country Airplay, at the same time as Florida Georgia Line move up to threaten his spot, as the video for ‘This Is How We Roll’ catapulted it to #2 across Hot Country Songs and Country Digital Songs, and #17 on Country Airplay. Their album, ‘Here’s To The Good Times’ has dropped to #6 this week.

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