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Info From Music Row with Leuck and Howe 04/28/2022

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Chris Janson fans will want to get up early this morning. The singer is set to appear on "Today" where he'll debut his new radio single, "Keys To The Country." Check out the announcement below.

Country legend Bill Anderson is revisiting some of his biggest hits on a new compilation album. “As Far As I Can See: The Best Of” is set to drop June 10th, and features 16 songs, including a newly recorded duet with Dolly Parton, “Someday It’ll All Make Sense.” It also includes a demo of Bill and Dolly’s first-ever duet “If It Is All The Same To You,” recorded in 1964. “Well, the first time I heard Dolly’s voice come in singing on this song, the line about ‘right now I’ve got questions without any answers,’ my goodness,” Bill shares regarding the new tune. “I got chillbumps all over. What a wonderful thing for her to do.” He adds, “our voices had a unique blend that kind of reminds me of the old Porter (Wagoner) and Dolly records, and that’s about as good a thing that I can say about it.” Check out the track list for “As Far As I Can See: The Best Of” below: 

  • “City Lights” 
  • “Walk Out Backwards” 
  • “Three AM” 
  • “Still” 
  • “The Tip of My Fingers” 
  • “I Love You Drops” 
  • “I Get The Fever” 
  • “Po’ Folks” 
  • “Wild Week-End” 
  • “Happy State Of Mind” 
  • “My Life (Throw It Away If I Want To” 
  • “Sometimes” featuring Mary Lou Turner 
  • “If You Can Live With It (I Can Live Without It)” 
  • “The Corner Of My Life” 
  • “If It Is All The Same To You, demo featuring Dolly Parton 
  • “Someday It’ll All Make Sense,” featuring Dolly Parton 

 

Superfans of Taylor Swift are doing anything they can to witness the singer's commencement speech at New York University. Tay is set to speak to the class of 2022 at Yankee Stadium on May 18th. Swift will also receive an honorary degree. Swifties are flooding NYU students' social media accounts, offering up to 500-dollars to see Swift's address in person. Several students who’ll be graduating say the singer’s fans are being invasive and are reminding them that NYU has a strict policy where their graduation tickets cannot be “auctioned off.”


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