McBride is one of several artists responding to consultant Keith Hill’s comments that country radio needs to limit play of female artists, an argument that has come to be known as ‘saladgate.’
But no word on a release date. Or name. Or anything else.
In advance of the 50th ACM Awards this Sunday, Radio.com has compiled a who’s who of nominated country artists to help you follow along.
Alan Jackson, Martina McBride and more have also been added.
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Her live show, where she is backed by an 11-piece band that includes a trumpet, tenor sax, bari sax, trombone, and a trio of back-up singers, is bringing the sounds of the ’50s and ’60s to the stage, as heard on her most recent album, “Everlasting.”
On Sept. 16, King George will release ‘The Cowboy Rides Away: Live from AT&T Stadium’ album which will include 20-tracks performed during his last performance on June 7 live in Texas.
“John and I, we sit at our kitchen table,” McBride remembers of hearing her first single on the radio back in 1992. “We had a little boombox, and we listened.”
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“For me, it had a sad meaning. The original version is a little more angry and intense. When I was singing it I just felt that it was really sad. These people had been together a long time. That song surprised me with the emotion when I sang it.”
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“I love to sing all kinds of music,” McBride told Billboard about “Everlasting,” her album of pop and R&B standards that hits stores next week. Hear the album in full right now.
Today (Feb. 13), McBride released one of the tracks on her forthcoming covers album, Everlasting. She puts her soulful spin on Elvis Presley’s monster 1968 hit “Suspicious Minds,” complete with bright horns and back-up singers.
“Do you get a lot of backlash from the conservatives in the country community?” King asks. “I think I have a very diverse group of fans,” McBride replies.