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The much hyped Scottish duo were winners of the British Country Music Awards BCMAwards Duo of the Year with a nomination and voting by unknown individualswith no fan voting, but a voting panel cloaked in secrecy. The duo are being championed by UKCountryRadio. The year-old claimed to be a full-time mother and failed to reveal that she had worked with some big names for the last 15 years Kasabian, Stereophonics, Fatboy Slim and Happy Mondays. Melanie had the judges believe that she was an undiscovered talent but she has in fact been working as a session vocalist.
She also released a single in and was signed industry heavyweight EMI, the mother-of-two told The Sun: Last day of voting is today. Thanks 4 all your votes so far, keep it up guys.
Come on, we can do this! On January 7they announced and confirmed after a couple of years of both ups and downs that they had disbanded as the Fridge Magnets!
They will be supporting the legendary Paul Weller on all his forest dates this summer and the band returned from Germany where they opened for Babyshambles in Hamburg. It available at CMC's or from crosscountrymagazine.
On Thursday 26th September they had an album launch in Broadstairs for their debut album "Buckle Up!
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With tightening financial label constraints for future projects and Kelly wishing to take time out to raise a family she then took a break. The very attractive, bubbly and fun Romany pair of Kelly and Talia hit it off and formed, Travellin Rose.
After a whirlwind couple of years, the lovely ladies have decided to concentrate on their solo careers. Kelly is now recording solo material, and looking forward to meeting everyone at her gigs. Face value refunds are available at point of purchase on return of tickets — Source wolvescivic. Mark Blackstock, the council's outdoor events manager, said: Previously the arrangement worked for people, being a mere two minutes away from tents etc.BABY KAELY "EW" Cover by Jimmy Fallon & mephistolessiveur.info 10yr OLD KID RAPPER
He pushed aside last weeks No. The duo would later have its breakthrough hits in as just LoCash.
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He didn't break out until "Nobody to Blame" two years later. Brian McComas's debut album was delayed after its first two singles failed to hit Top 40 on the country music charts. It was finally released in late after " A second album was to have been led off with "The Middle of Nowhere", but he instead left the label.
It isn't even on the five-song EP released on the heels of its followup "Rum", which contains three other exclusive songs and an early version of what would later be their Breakthrough Hit "Stay a Little Longer".
Brown had given the Trailers permission to cut the song on the condition that they not release it as a single. While the Trailers complied, their label ignored Brown's request and shipped the Trailers' version of the song to country radio. When Zac heard the Trailers' version of the song, he had his lawyers issue a cease-and-desist order to their label. As a result, the version by The Lost Trailers never saw the light of day again, but the ZBB would later have success when a re-recording of "Chicken Fried" became their Breakthrough Hit in Kip Moore had this happen twice.
His debut album was delayed when his first single "Mary Was the Marrying Kind" did poorly, and that song appears only on the deluxe edition. Later on, his second album was stalled for nearly two years when its originally intended lead single "Young Love" and followup "Dirt Road" both completely flopped at radio.
Neither song made the final cut. Eric Paslay had this happen twice, too. The latter did not appear on the album, which was finally released in off the success of the single "Friday Night". His second album was stalled when the lead single "High Class" performed miserably with radio and critics in A second single, "Angels in This Town", came and went without even charting at all, and a third single did not come until March Jo Dee Messina 's last chart single "I'm Done" never appeared on an album.
The song was supposed to be included on an album for the small Airborne label titled Slick Hick. It was also supposed to have a second single, "You Saved Me", which Wright wrote for Patty Loveless a few years prior.
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However, the label closed soon afterward, leaving both "You Saved Me" and the rest of Slick Hick unreleased. Wright later released a solo album for Liberty Records in Scotty Emerick, a longtime collaborator of Toby Keithhad this happen several times.
Before he started working with Keith, he had a deal with Rising Tide Records, which closed before he could release anything. His self-titled debut for DreamWorks Records in was canned when its singles "I Can't Take You Anywhere" originally recorded by, and featuring a guest vocal from, Keith himself and "The Coast Is Clear" failed to light up the charts.
A third single, "The Watch", also didn't go anywhere and never made it on an album. However, all of these singles, plus "What's Up with That" from the soundtrack to Broken Bridges in which Keith starredare all on iTunes. Terry Radigan had an album titled Pawnbroker's Daughter recorded in for Asylum Records, but it was never released.
Lead single "Half a Million Teardrops" had a music video, and that was it. Lee Ann Womack has had this happen twice. Womack has not charted since. Pinmonkey released a cover of Robbie Fulks' "Let's Kill Saturday Night" for a proposed second album inbut when it underperformed, they were dropped by their label instead.
Brad Paisley intended to lead off his eleventh studio album with the Demi Lovato duet "Without a Fight". When the song bombed at radio, the album was delayed for nearly a year, and "Without a Fight" was excised from the final tracklist. Wade Hayes had this happen twice: When the cover bombed, the album was retooled, the cover was removed from the tracklist, and the album was finally released as When the Wrong One Loves You Right in Their second single was a cover of Don Williams ' "Tulsa Time", which doesn't appear to have been intended for the album.
After this, they went their separate ways and Hayes continued to record solo, albeit sidelined for several years due to colon cancer. Along the way, she hit 23, 27, and Another stray single, "Might Have Been" fromwas also never put on an album, and the only circulating copy is on iTunes.
David Nail's debut album had been fully recorded, lead single "Memphis" was on the charts, and promotional copies of the album had been sent out Nail was absent from the music business for nearly five years before resurfacing in on MCA. Eric Heatherly had a second album for Mercury lined up, but it never got so far as having a single released.
He then had this happen again when he moved to DreamWorks Records in ; a single titled "The Last Man Committed" had charted, and promotional copies of the album Sometimes It's Just Your Time had been sent to radio stations, but DreamWorks never chose to release it for some reason. James Otto ended up subverting this. While his debut album had a few advance copies dropped around inthe actual album didn't see the light of day until He had to change a couple tracks because another artist wanted to release one of them specifically Montgomery Gentry with "Gone" as a single.
John Berry also had two unreleased albums in a row: After recovery, he recorded Better Than a Biscuit, which didn't get released because he asked out of his contract the week before it was supposed to come out.
Yet another example of this happening twice to the same artist is Jessica Andrews. Also signed to DreamWorks at the time, she was slated to release Ain't That Life inbut it never saw release due to the label abruptly closing only months after the second single hit the charts. She eventually moved to Lyric Street, where she released the single "Everything", only to get screwed over by that label closing.
Also on Lyric Street, Bucky Covington perhaps got the shortest end of the stick. A second label propped the song up to 23 on the charts, but it took until for the corresponding album Good Guys to finally get released. Jon Randall also has two unreleased albums in the can: After Simmons left, they continued as a trio and charted the single "Picture Perfect" for a Warner Bros.
Records album which was also never released. Rebecca Lynn Howard takes the cake, though. She was first signed to Rising Tide Records, but they closed in before she could release anything except for a rendition of the Christian hymn "Softly and Tenderly" for the soundtrack to The Apostle.
She then moved to Decca Nashville, which also closed before she could release anything. She finally signed to MCA in after that label acquired the Decca Nashville roster and had one unsuccessful debut album.
Her second album, Forgive, was cut off after only one single due to a label restructure. Then after that, she moved to Show Dog Nashville now known as Show Dog-Universal and released only one single in that went nowhere. She finally got a third album out in Diamond Rio had this happen twice: They had planned to release an album titled Stuff inbut it was delayed when radio resisted the lead single of the same name. Some of the tracks from Stuff later ended up on One More Day a year later.
Their album Can't You Tell was shelved when its two singles the title track and "One Believer" both failed to crack the top Ty Herndon's fifth studio album for Epic Records was never released when its lead single, "Heather's Wall", stalled out at Epic then released a Greatest Hits Albumand Herndon was sidelined for several years due to a full-fledged Creator Breakdown. Ty said in an interview with CMT that the song's corresponding music video was part of a trilogy that would have included videos for "I'd Move Heaven and Earth for You" and "Stones", but neither video was made.
Montgomery Gentry planned to release their sixth album for Columbia RecordsFreedom, in late But when that also did poorly at radio, the duo asked out of their contract, leaving the EP unreleased as well. Country Music singer Sylvia has one unreleased album, titled Knockin' Around, which was slated for a release. Although lead single "Nothing Ventured Nothing Gained" made the country top 40, the album was shelved and she left the label.
Pirates of the Mississippi were to have recorded an album for Giant Records in titled Sure Sign. Two singles were released from it: Anita Cochran's third album, God Created Woman, was never released.
Twitty's part was fashioned by stitching together existing recordings of him, due to him having died in Ray Stevens was supposed to release an album titled Ear Candy independently in No trace of it exists, but some of its songs showed up on Osama — Yo' Mama just over a year later when he re-signed with Curb Records.
A later album titled Thank You also seems to have gone unreleased as well. Lee Brice 's first single was supposed to be "Overrated", but it was changed quickly to "She Ain't Right", and no trace of "Overrated" exists. He finally released an album in titled Love Like Crazy, which came on the success of its title track; this album did include "She Ain't Right" and "Happy Endings" in the track listing, but left "Upper Middle Class White Trash" in the dust.
Shawn Camp recorded an album for Reprise Records inbut it was never released due to Creative Differences. Parent company Warner Bros. Records finally released the disc in under the title Two tracks from the album were cut by other artists in the interim: Dusty Drake had this happen three times. Records inbut the single failed and he exited the label. In late earlyDierks Bentley tested a song in concerts titled "I Sing for Free", which was going to be the lead single to his fourth studio album.
The song ultimately ended up not making the album's final cut, and no trace of it exists except through a cover version by Brad Cotter. The album charted two singles in "Mirrors Don't Lie" and "Matches", but it was never released.
In the interim, Pam Tillis covered the album's closing track, "Don't Tell Me What to Do", and took her version to 5 on the country charts. Carolina Rain had their first album Weather the Storm delayed due to single underperformance. Then inthey were slated to release a second album titled American Radio, but it was shelved due to their label closing.