Saturday Brunch – October 7th, 2017

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Welcome to Saturday Brunch

This week sees our Saturday Brunch slot return from our extended summer break, and although we’re back, we’ve been knocked sideways by the horrific events that unfolded in Las Vegas at Route 91 Festival on Sunday. Quite frankly we can’t find the words, other than to say we stand hand in hand with a country community that spans continents and oceans. Country music has and will continue to touch hearts and we will continue to do all we can to share the music we love.

So, we’re letting the artists and their music speak for themselves, as we share with you the moments and songs that have helped us through the week.

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Maren Morris – Dear Hate
Sam Outlaw – Tenderheart
Keith Urban – “Lean on Me”
Jake Owen – “What We Ain’t Got”
Charlie Worsham – “Country Is As Country Does”
Luke Combs – “Used To You”
Randy Houser – “Like A Cowboy”
Brothers Osborne – “While You Still Can”
Bobby Bones

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I live for the experience of live music. Nashville is my kind of town and life feels pretty good at a country concert in the sun with a cold beer in hand. My appreciation of country came via my Dad’s collection in the 70’s and 80’s and I spent my teens listening to Springsteen. On a trip to the states about ten years ago I flicked to the CMT channel and Brad Paisley’s Whiskey Lullaby had me hooked. Since then my love of the genre has seen me travel to the US regularly to attend concerts, festivals and more intimate songwriter sessions in some great venues. It is terrific to see artists making the return trip this side of the Atlantic but equally refreshing to see some fantastic homegrown talent gaining recognition. This is an exciting time for “new country” and I am very happy to be along for the ride.