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Crowder

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Singer/songwriter Crowder had us in stitches as we got to know him during this chat. A maker of “holy ghost church music,” Crowder just released his sprawling album, “I Know a Ghost,” but we didn’t get to talking about the new music until the second half of our conversation. At first, we just laughed as Crowder told us side-splitting stories about getting the hang of the whirlpool at the spa, measuring guys for pants as part of a summer job and keeping his randomly hilarious Instagram account going. Things get a little deeper in the second half as we dive in to music and faith. 


Runaway June

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Runaway June is here for a freewheeling chat about everything from touring with Carrie Underwood to visiting mediums and celebrating Christmas with their new take on “Sleigh Ride!” Hannah, Jennifer and Naomi also tell us about representing a three-dimensional female perspective on their self-titled EP, featuring the hit single “Buy My Own Drinks!” Nothing is off-limits in this hilarious and heartfelt conversation!


RaeLynn

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Get ready to laugh with RaeLynn! The country star is here to tell us all about the fun moments with her hubby, Josh, that led to her brand-new song, “Tailgate.” There are plenty of hilarious stories about Rae’s last-minute Christmas decorating, memories of bad haircuts, true stories from the tanning bed and singing with her family at church back home in Baytown, Texas. She also gives us some insight into her life as a soldier’s wife as Josh continues his career in the Army. 


Heather Morgan

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Hit Nashville songwriter Heather Morgan is stepping into the spotlight with her debut album, “Borrowed Heart.” After penning songs for Brett Eldredge, Keith Urban, Dierks Bentley, Maren Morris and more, Heather has just released this collection of songs born out of a trip she took to Joshua Tree to face down a heartache. She tells us about pouring that pain into these songs and finding a partner to help flesh out her creative vision in producer and songwriter Paul Moak. She also demonstrates some of her favorite Lee Ann Womack vocal licks live on the podcast. You’ll fall in love with Heather and her music! 


Josh Turner

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Platinum-selling country star Josh Turner tells us about his long-awaited gospel album, “I Serve a Savior.” The project features brand-new songs, including the title track, as well as Josh’s unique take on spiritual classics “I Saw the Light” and “How Great Thou Art.” His four sons appear on the album’s song, “River of Happiness,” too. We also dig into Josh’s very active home life, which he describes as “a reality show that’s not on TV.” 

Other highlights include Alan Jackson’s influence on Josh’s new gospel project AND when fans can expect a Christmas album from Josh! 


Maddie & Tae

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Maddie & Tae are telling us EVERYTHING about their brand-new hit, “Friends Don’t,” which has led them to start dishing out some “Dear Abby”-style love advice to their fans. Their harmony-drenched new song, “Die From a Broken Heart,” also features some insight into their strong friendship as they’ve faced professional challenges together.  Maddie gives us some scoop on her upcoming wedding plans, and we talk all things Carrie Underwood leading up to next year’s tour! 

Highlights:

“We watched Carrie Underwood on American Idol. I still sometimes go back and watch her audition tape. It’s amazing! It’s just so inspiring. She’s a fellow Okie, so I feel a special connection there. But I don’t think Carrie Underwood wrote in the beginning of her career, which I think is so fantastic that you can tell she’s so curious and she’s always wanting to learn and be a sponge and be better. And now she’s a writing machine…I think that’s so inspiring that she, herself, Carrie Underwood, is still wanting to be a better artist.”  — Taylor Dye, Maddie & Tae on Carrie Underwood’s artistic growth and evolution throughout her career. 

“I’m so focused on marrying my best friend.” — Maddie Marlow on her upcoming wedding to fiancé, Jonah.

“I celebrate the small things now. Any kind of good, I try to hang on to it and celebrate it.” — Taylor Dye on what she’s learned in the past few years. 


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