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On March 30, the West Texas troubadour Red Shahan will release Culberson County (via Thirty Tigers), the follow up to his acclaimed debut Men & Coyotes. Today, the Lubbock-based singer/songwriter shares the title track from the forthcoming album with Wide Open Country, who said "I really like to try to paint a picture of the real Texas, because there’s a lot of stuff about Texas that people don’t talk about," explains Shahan of his sophomore album Culberson County

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Interscope/Vertigo Records act The Night Game announced a North American headlining tour, scheduled to kick off at Seattle’s Barboza on March 17 and winding all the way east. The tour routes through most major cities, including Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Dallas, Nashville, Atlanta, Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, New York, and Washington, D.C. For a full list of tour dates see below. 

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Until The Ribbon Breaks dropped another powerful track titled “One Match,” taken from their forthcoming, self-titled full-length album due out February 23. This time, the British duo reveals a darker side to the spectrum, drawing from lead man, lyricist and producer Pete Lawrie-Winfield’s days during his active alcohol addiction.

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It's been a colossal year for Sydney five-piece Gang of Youths. The band released their sophomore album Go Farther In Lightness to critical acclaim, played to sold-out rooms and arenas across the world, graced the cover of Rolling Stone (AUS), and it all culminated in major wins at Australia's ARIA Awards last week. Gang of Youths came away with a total of four awards including Best Group, Best Album, Producer Of The Year and the prestigious Apple Music Album Of The Year.

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