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Not bad for a girl going nowhere: Ashley McBryde is 2018's Best New Act, according to critics

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Atlantic/Warner NashvilleAshley McBrydes current single,Girl Goin Nowhere,was inspired by a teacher in her native Arkansas who predicted her musical dreams would never happen.

Though its a story she often shares in concert, Ashley says her algebra teacher was far from the only naysayer she encountered.

When I talk about that song, she tells theNashville Scene, that educator is the ea...

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On This Day in Music History: Monday, January 14th

 

1995, Tim McGraw was at #1 on the US Country chart with "Not A Moment Too Soon," the singers fourth release from the album of the same name.


On This Day in Music History: Tuesday, January 15th

 

1977, Emmylou Harris was at #1 on the US Country chart with her version of the Don Gibson song, “Sweet Dreams." Gibson originally recorded the song in 1956 with his version hitting the top ten of Billboard's country chart, but was eclipsed by the success of a competing version by Faron Young. The song which has become a country standard was also recorded by Patsy Cline.


On This Day in Music History: Wednesday, January 16th

 

1974, Charlie Rich was at #1 on the US Country chart with Behind Closed Doors. The album received three Country Music Association awards: Best Male Vocalist, Album of the Year, and Single of the Year, for the title song written by Kenny O'Dell. The album also went gold. Rich won the Grammy for Best Male Country Vocal Performance, and he took home four Academy of Country Music awards.


On This Day in Music History: Thursday, January 17th

 

1981, Eddie Rabbitt was at #1 on the US County chart with "I Love A Rainy Night." According to Rabbit, the song was 12 years in the making. Rabbitt had a collection of old tapes he kept in the basement of his home. While rummaging through the tapes one day in 1980, he heard a fragment of a song he had recorded one rainy night in the late 1960s. The song succeeded Dolly Parton's song "9 To 5" at the #1 position on the Billboard Hot 100 pop singles chart - the last time, to date, that pop chart featured back-to-back country singles in the #1 position.


On This Day in Music History: Friday, January 18th

 

1966, Red Sovine was at #1 on the US Country charts with “Giddyup Go”, which is the tale of an emotional father-son reunion at a highway truck stop. American country comedienne Minnie Pearl recorded an answer version titled "Giddyup Go Answer." A departure from her usual comic recordings, Pearl told the story from the perspective of the manager of the truck stop where the father-son reunion takes place.


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