Month: April 2021

Robyn Ottolini goes from heartbroken and hiding from her ex’s truck to, as she says it, “movin’ on, gettin’ strong” in her single “F-150.” That’s how it went for the singer and songwriter, too … eventually. It was Ottolini’s co-writers (also her managers and producers), Erik Fintelman and Mark Schroor, who convinced the artist to
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Don’t call it a comeback. Don’t even call it a rebirth. This is where Miko Marks meant to be the whole time. Marks released her first album in 13 years, Our Country, via Redtone Records in March. The project is a tour de force of country soul, confidently written and performed by a Nashville veteran
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Charlie Black, a prolific country songwriter and member of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, died on Friday (April 23), Music Row reports. He was 71 years old. In addition to penning tracks for artists including Kenny Rogers, Tanya Tucker, Brenda Lee, Alan Jackson, Phil Vassar, Collin Raye and more, Black is perhaps best known as the co-writer behind
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