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Mar
31

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Mickey Guyton To Appear On CBS’ The Talk April 1

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Capitol Records Nashville’s Mickey Guyton will make a guest appearance on CBS’ The Talk as the Top Talker of the day on April 1(2pm ET 1pm PT/CT).  Mickey was nominated for her first ACM Award for New Female Vocalist.  She will be attending the 51st Academy of Country Music Awards on April 3 at 8pm ET/delayed PT on CBS.

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Nov
23

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CMA Country Christmas: Mickey Guyton – Interview

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Mickey Guyton in the press conference room at CMA Country Christmas, Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, TN, on November 7th, 2015. Credit: Amy Westney Photography, taken for FTCR.

Mickey Guyton was one of the artists who graced the Bridgestone Arena stage for this year’s recording of CMA Country Christmas on November 7. The festive show will be broadcast on December 3 at 9/8c on ABC, hosted by Jennifer Nettles. Check out some of the things Mickey had to say in the press conference room!

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Nov
12

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Mickey Guyton Releases Holiday Single With National TV Performances

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Mickey will perform on ABC’s CMA Country Christmas and The Disney Channel’s Radio Disney Family Holiday Special

“Do You Want To Build A Snowman?” is available at all digital retailers

Capitol Records Nashville’s Mickey Guyton releases her version of “Do You Want To Build A Snowman?” from Disney’s Frozen with two national TV performances. Mickey will perform the holiday single on ABC’s “CMA Country Christmas” airing December 3 at 9pm ET and the Disney Channel’s “Fa-la-la-lidays Celebrates a Radio Family Holiday” airing December 4 at 9pm ET. A video for “Do You Want To Build A Snowman?” can be viewed HERE. The holiday single is currently available at all digital retailers.

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Nov
9

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Mickey Guyton ‘Do You Want To Build A Snowman?’ – Single Review

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Rising country star Mickey Guyton has recently released the snowy themed single, “Do You Want To Build A Snowman?” just in time for the holidays. Signed to Capitol Records Nashville, Guyton released her debut single, “Better Than You Left Me” in January of this year. The single ended up peaking at #34 on the charts, which wasn’t bad for a new artist, especially considering the fact that she’s an African American female breaking into a genre dominated by white males. Her self-titled EP was released in earlier this spring, in May, reaching #17 on the charts. Guyton has said that she was inspired to pursue a singing career in country after watching LeAnn Rimes sing “The Star Spangled Banner” at the start of a Texas Rangers game, at the age of eight. Recently, another dream came true when she was able to meet Rimes at the taping of this year’s CMA Country Christmas, where Guyton performed her new single, “Do You Want To Build A Snowman”.
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Oct
13

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LYRIC VIDEO: Mickey Guyton ‘Somebody Else Will’

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While it may have been a few weeks since we last saw Mickey Guyton on the radio charts, she certainly hasn’t stopped working. Her gruelling tour schedule and achievements in 2015 are highlighted in a brand new lyric video for ‘Somebody Else Will’, which also features a number of her devoted fans. The track is a sweet, catchy song about assuring a friend someone else will love her if one man doesn’t, and the video is based around her various social feeds (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, We <3 It) and posts of the lyrics in addition to photos and videos of her recent milestones. It’s a fun little clip and you can check it out below.

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Sep
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Brad Paisley @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre, St Louis, MO | August 30, 2015 – Review

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Brad Paisley @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre, St Louis MO on August 30th, 2015. Taken by Nick Jarman.

Brad Paisley is a born entertainer. His show not only has the musical intensity of Eric Church and the energy and humor of Dolly Parton, but also brings a little extra magic that only Brad can pull off. Whilst in the hands of other performers some of the backing videos would fall flat, Brad makes them genuinely funny, such as the video montage playing during ‘Celebrity’ where a Brad caricature pulls pranks on the street and reenacts famous musical moments from Nicki Minaj’s ‘Anaconda’ to Miley Cyrus’ ‘Wrecking Ball’.

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Aug
2

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VIDEO: Mickey Guyton ‘Why Baby Why (Acoustic)’

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With a top 40 single on radio in the form of ‘Better Than You Left Me’, and an opening slot on Brad Paisley’s ‘Crushin’ It’ world tour, Mickey Guyton is going from strength to strength. Often hailed for her powerhouse voice with a touch of soul, you can hear it in all its glory in this recently released acoustic performance of ‘Why Baby Why’. The track hails from Mickey’s self-titled EP, released in May, and is performed live here as part of Rdio Sessions. Check it out below!

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May
27

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Dear Country Radio: Is Lettuce Really The Best Part Of A Salad Anyway?

I read an article in Country Aircheck last night, where prominent radio consultant Keith Hill advises his clients (aka radio stations) not only to not play female artists back-to-back, but to even further lower the amount they play female artists at all. For those of you who don’t listen to country radio or pay attention to the charts, let me tell you the amount they play female artists is already criminally low. In fact, in 2014 only 18% of the top 100 songs were female-voiced. Hill argues that playing too many female artists will result in lower ratings. As you can expect, Twitter subsequently blew up, referring to the following quote as #SaladGate.
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