“Unanswered Questions” by Dylan LeBlanc, not on the album “”Renegade”

“Will we meet again, long after the end?” asks Dylan LeBlanc in the new song “Unanswered Questions,” released via ATO Records on Tuesday. And though the Louisiana native’s latest is a weeper that wrestles with the mystery of what becomes of us when we die, the video feels more like a celebration of what we do in the brief time we’re alive.

Directed by Cal and Aly, the elegant clip shows LeBlanc in his proper element in the studio and on stage. In studio shots, he’s laying down his vocal parts and strumming his acoustic guitar, in addition to watching from the control room as the song’s lush string parts are brought to life. His stage shots, on the other hand, crackle with rock & roll energy, in stark contrast to the plaintive sounds of the song.

“Unanswered Questions” wasn’t included on LeBlanc’s 2019 album Renegade, which was produced by Dave Cobb. Truthfully, it might have sounded like an oddball among that project’s many jangling rockers that sonically referenced Fleetwood Mac, Todd Rundgren, and Tom Petty.


copy/pasted from Rolling Stone


“Guaranteed Broken Heart” by Karen & the Sorrows, from the album “Guaranteed Broken Heart”

From the new album Guaranteed Broken Heart, out October 18th. Pre-order now at karenandthesorrows.com.

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Directed by David Andrew Stoler
Director of Photography Hiroshi Hara

Music and Lyrics by Karen Pittelman
©Ocean Born Mary Music ASCAP

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“Tequila Cowgirl” by Cherish Lee, from the album “Tequila Cowgirl”



“Tequila Cowgirl” is about an all American girl- a hard worker; she’s got her head on straight, knows right from wrong and lives by that. She loves Jesus and tequila. She loves her animals and is thankful for what she has. While she doesn’t need a man and won’t share her bed with just anyone, she is looking forward to meeting the right one. Any guy would be considered lucky to bring her home to meet his mama, and every girl wants to be her best friend! The song has an intimate, nostalgic feel to it with a healthy dose of country music.

Cherish Lee has seen how hard the music business is first hand through her father, Johnny Lee (country music legend, Urban Cowboy’s “Lookin’ For Love”) and mother, Charlene Tilton (television sex pot vixen, Lucy Ewing on hit TV show, “DALLAS”). 

“Right Here With You” by Madelyn Victoria

“Sassy and Uplifting…Madelyn Victoria deserves a sincere round of applause for keeping her songs ‘country” – Digital Journal
“She was born to sing country” – Indie Spoonful
“Madelyn’s vocals are truly classic” – Indie Music Plus


Madelyn Victoria’s debut single release, “He Only Loves Me on the Dance Floor” reached #1 on the national country AM/FM chart, New Music Weekly, making it one of the biggest debut singles of 2016. The self-penned song won an Akademia Award for Best Country Song in April 2016, earning her numerous other award nominations and a spot on the CMT.com Top 50 Most Popular Artists chart. The video for “He Only Loves Me” reached the Yallwire.com Top 5 Most Watched Videos chart, while her youtube cover of George Strait’s “Amarillo By Morning” received over 100,000 views in just 2 days, after being featured on Country Rebel’s website.

Now, Madelyn returns with her first new music since the release of her self-titled debut album in 2014. “Right Here With You” was written by Madelyn and engineered by Benjamin Levy at The Compound Recording Studio in Austin, TX. The track was produced by Madelyn, her brother, Albert Vallejo, and Ken Tondre, owner of the Compound. “Right Here With You” will be available September via MTS Records, on all major digital download and streaming platforms. A music video release is being planned for fall release.


Madelyn Victoria and her band have opened for some of the biggest names in country music, including Easton Corbin, Turnpike Troubadours, Tracy Lawrence, Kevin Fowler, Clay Walker, Josh Thompson, Dustin Lynch, Zac Brown Band, The Charlie Daniels Band, and more. Originally from San Benito, TX, Madelyn also gives back to her community, by volunteering at local Motor Training events for special needs children, singing to the children at hospitals and rehab centers, speaking to at-risk teens, and by starting her own event called “Octave Higher Christmas” for children.

Madelyn is currently enrolled at Full Sail University, earning her Bachelor of Science Degree in Music Business. Recently, she was signed by a talent/acting agency for regional commercials and movies.

For more information, visit http://www.madelyn-victoria.com.