Emily Pyscher tells the honest truth in new single “My Turn.” Check it out here. About finally saying what needs to be said, “My Turn” is an empowering song that has connected with Emily’s younger audience. A singer-songwriter, Emily writes about specific events in her life and enjoys spinning stories around to create new ones. She named Taylor Swift and Bob Dillion as two songwriters who taught her how to write a meaning song.
Emily grew up in a one traffic light town, where everyone knows everyone. She started taking guitar lessons as a child and quickly took up songwriting after. At the age of nine, Emily performed for the first time and has never looked back. Her favorite part of performing: connecting with the audience face to face. Something she missed during the shutdown saying, “I missed when a fan zones in and connects with you, you can tell by their body language. It is so powerful.”
Moving forward, Emily is focuses on songwriting. In fact, she’s tapped into her more vulnerable side and will release “What I Said Goodbye” in November. Her goal is “to create a safe space over shared experiences with my writing. Digging deep into songwriting and finding lyrics where people of all ages can relate to. It’s also important to notice that women are a force to be reckon with in country music,” and Emily is just that – A force to be reckon with.
Stay up to date with Emily by following her on her website here.
Rising country artist Becca Bowen releases a new single titled "Better Than The Dream." Produced by Sal Oliveri, the new single was written by well-known writers Jamie Floyd, Rebecca Lyn Howard, Rachel Thibodeau, and Makayla Parry. You can stream the new release by clicking here.
“I am excited to release this feel-good love song! I have been wanting to release a song that would leave listeners with a smile. This song is positive and uplifting and that is what I was looking for. This song was pitched to me by a group of amazing writers Rebecca Lynn Howard, Jamie Floyd, Rachel Thibodeau, and Mikayla Perry. I absolutely couldn’t turn it down. Right now I feel like the world needs some love and this song brings that happy vibe! It’s about when your reality becomes better than the dream,” explains Becca.
Her debut single, "Love Me, Leave It" put Becca Bowen on the map within country music. Since then, Becca has released "Just Be You," "Home," and "Gunshots or Fireworks." Earlier this year, Becca participated in the Outdoor Channel's popular show For Love Or Likes which she came out the champion of the completion.
You can learn more about Becca Bowen by visiting www.beccabowenmusic.com.
Erin Kinsey has released the long-awaited “Just Drive”, it can be heard here. “Just Drive” the storyline came from Kinsey driving in the car with her boyfriend and thinking that “sometimes driving to the destination is better than the event because you always get quality time in the car”. Most recently, Erin was named a On The Horizon artist on Sirius XM’s The Highway for “Just Drive”, joining names like Hailey Whitters and Rachel Wammack.
Erin is from Rockwall, Texas, and grew up surrounded by music. It was not until 12 that Erin actually pursued music and ended up graduating high school a year early, and moved to Nashville, Tennessee. Kinsey was really inspired to pursue music because of songwriting, “you can write your own songs, and sing them anywhere, post your own content online”. Erin looks up to her fellow Texans, Miranda Lambert and Maren Morris but really loves all female country singers. Although Kinsey’s songwriting process is different every time, her lyrics exactly what she wants to tell someone in person.
Erin Kinsey has had an incredible couple of years. From a video covering Miranda Lambert’s “Bluebird” being retweeted by the singer herself, getting to write the song “Pink” which ended up getting sung in a massive collaboration between Dolly Parton, Monica, Jordin Sparks, Rita Wilson, and Sara Evans, Erin got to perform the song at Opry Goes Pink, and the song has also become an anthem for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Kinsey wrote “Pink” with songwriter Victoria Shaw (The River by Garth Brooks), it can be heard here. She also had the opportunity to open up for Hunter Hayes in Nashville at the Ascend Amphitheater, the very same venue where she saw Maren Morris and Sam Hunt earlier that year.
Check out her website for more information on all things Erin Kinsey!
Jasmin Bade has released “X’s and Y’s”, you can check it out here. "X's & Y's" provides a positive outlook on embracing the single life. Jasmin wrote “X’s and Y’s” in 2019 with Jessi Pugh and Emily Kroll, two people she met early into her move to Nashville. “The song is about having ex’s and why did I date you in the first place. And there are so many sad songs about being single, when in reality, more and more people are choosing to stay single for longer and longer every year. So, I wrote 'X's and Y's' because we've all been through it, and now all there's left to do is laugh about it."
Jasmin is from Melbourne, Australia and growing up she listened to Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley, and The Chicks. At 7 years old, she went to her first concert and saw Keith Urban live. Bade always heard that the country artists she liked went to Nashville, so to her it always seemed like the place to be!
Now she's in it and finding her voice saying “I never want to release a song that does not make someone feel something. I am country pop but there is a stigma with it, people may take that wrong. Kelsea Ballerini is country pop, but her music is very meaningful”. As a songwriter, Bade is skilled at getting to the root of the story, which brings authenticity to her lyrics. Her writing focuses on love, relationships with others, and relationships with ourselves; bringing the topic of mental health to light in her debut single, “I'm Fine.” She also loves seeing people’s reaction to her music when performing and cannot wait to play at the Ryman Auditorium or the Grand Ole Opry one day.
Check out Jasmin Bade’s website for all information regarding her music.
Lauded by the Tennesseanas an 'Artist to Watch' and included in MusicRow Magazine's 'Next Big Thing' class of 2020, Jenny Tolman steps into a new kind of spotlight as she appears on TLCs "Say Yes To The Dress" Saturday, August 28 at 7 p.m. CST.
In the episode, the singer-songwriter who is known for her glamorous, rhinestone-embellished stage outfits, shops for her wedding dress with famed Kleinfeld Bridal consultants in their Manhattan store. Tolman is flanked by her mother and sister, who offer support and advice as she tries on dresses for her upcoming nuptials to GRAMMY-nominated producer Dave Brainard. As featured on People.com, the pair got engaged in Jackson Hole, Wyoming in October of 2020 after four years of dating.
Now in season 19, TLC's "Say Yes to the Dress" goes inside Kleinfeld Bridal, the Manhattan-based bridal salon that is arguably the world's finest. With more than 250 professionals, most of them veterans from the shop's early days in Brooklyn, bend over backward to make each bride's experience unforgettable. Part bridal story, part fashion makeover and part family therapy session, each "Say Yes to the Dress" episode looks at the personalities and craftsmanship that come into play as the Kleinfeld staff goes to sometimes extreme lengths to realize each bride's dreams.
To keep up with Jenny Tolman be sure to visit JennyTolman.com.