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A-list Nation's 2020 Playlist

Born and raised in the small prairie town of Weyburn, Saskatchewan, Tenille Arts picked up the guitar and penned her first song at age 13 and has been performing across the US and Canada ever since. She made her first appearance on The Bachelor in January 2018 singing her original song “Moment of Weakness.” The performance resulted in a record deal with powerhouse indie label Reviver Records. She made her second appearance on the show in January of 2019 performing “I Hate This.” The song hit #1 on both the U.S. and Canadian iTunes Country Charts and #9 U.S. iTunes all-genre following the episode. Her third appearance on The Bachelor preceded the release of her new album Love, Heartbreak, & Everything In Between in January of 2020.    

While sheltering in place at her Nashville home the last six weeks, Tenille has performed 39 quarantine concerts for radio station and media Facebook and Instagram pages. Almost daily, fans have seen the progress of Tenille bedazzling her Paul Reed Smith SE acoustic guitar with over 4000 individual Swarovski crystals.

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Singer-songwriter, Lauren Lizabeth, highlights the highs and lows of an off and on again relationship with the new single release Wreck It available on all streaming platforms

“It was bittersweet writing this because it forced me to come to terms with the inevitable end. With every line I wrote, it helped me realize that sometimes you can love someone so deeply, but ultimately they aren’t the person you’re meant to be with,” says Lauren. “I wanted to capture the love I felt for the relationship, but also the pain of having to let it go.”

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ZZ Ward released her new single, “Break Her Heart,” today, along with the accompanying video (WATCH).  Written by ZZ, “Break Her Heart” draws from personal experience and has a modern torch song feel.  Notes ZZ, “No matter how much you try to change for someone else, you can’t, because then you lose yourself.” The video for “Break Her Heart” brings the song to life with a cinematic look and a revelatory twist at the end. 


“Break Her Heart” is the follow up to “Sex & Stardust” which released in December 2019 and marked her first new music since 2017’s The Storm which debuted #1 on Billboard’s Blues chart and spun off the hit, “Domino,” featuring Fitz of Fitz and the Tantrums. More new music is set to release this spring.

Making her Sundance debut, ZZ performed at the ASCAP Music Café in Park City this week and will kick off her U.S. headline tour, STARDUST TOUR 2020, February 17th and will wrap up with a performance on ABC’s Good Morning America on March 24th. A full list of dates are below, for more information go to:

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Up-and-coming singer/songwriter Alyssa Trahan is making waves with her first release of the year, “Memories Not Dreams.” After signing a publishing deal in 2018 and releasing her brand of captivating music over the past year, Trahan is back with a single meant to inspire.


The song emphasizes making the most of our limited time on Earth. Written on a songwriters retreat with Kent Maxson and Adam James Deiboldt, she sings of aiming to accomplish all of her goals in order to turn them into fond memories.

Trahan explains, “this song is so special to me because it has a message that every single person can relate to. I hope it will inspire people to go and live their dreams or even go and call someone they haven’t talked to in a while, because life is shorter than you think.”

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At just 18 years old Meg has positioned herself as a breakout star in the entertainment industry.  While her acting career has thrived over the last few years; starring on ABC’s hit series “American Housewife” and the Disney Channel Original Movie “Zombies,” Meg’s music (which is heavily influenced by her favorite artists including Bob Marley and A Tribe Called Quest) proves she is a unique force to be reckoned with in the music industry.


This year, Billboard premiered Meg's newest single "With U." Meg has gone on to perform "With U" and a handful of original songs to tens of thousands of fans at the 2019 Radio Disney Music Awards (ARDYs), Walt Disney World, Disney's Fan Fest, and Arthur Ash Stadium during the US Open, fine-tuning her live performance skills. 

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Soulful sister act, KTJ & CARLY are set to release their dynamic debut single, “On Your Mind” on July 19th, 2019. Performers since the age of five, the sisters have taken their musical education seriously, with KTJ focused on piano and production taking pre-college courses at NYU’s Music Production and Technology and Carly immersing herself in an intensive at Carnegie Mellon University. Their influences range from the synths of EDM to pop hooks and the vivacious vocalizations of urban music. This mix of inspirations have taught them to come at every track with fresh eyes, and it shows. Flawless harmonies, youthful energy, and fire hot chemistry only sisters can create, make their music a uniquely expressive experience.

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“‘Me and Luke’ is all about how much fans LOVE Luke Bryan! This song was so easy to write with Alex and Leslie, because we realized Luke is always with us… at the lake, in the car, especially down in Panama City Beach soaking up some sun. The three of us related to it so much and I cannot wait to hear what the fans think,” said Karissa Ella.

The up-beat ode, co-written with Leslie Satcher and Alex Seier, pays homage to the admiration country fans around the world have for the one and only, Luke Bryan. Reminiscent of Taylor Swift’s, “Tim McGraw,” Karissa paints a picture of how Bryan’s music has been the soundtrack to many of her favorite memories. From crushing on his trademark tight jeans with her girlfriends, to listening to him croon while driving with the windows down, Luke’s music is a constant.

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Their debut single, ”All At Once," is packed with big hooks and jarring rhythms that build to an anthemic and unforgettable chorus. The sensual sounds of their voices, mingling and mixing as they trade off between verses and find harmony together in each chorus, create a primal, heart pounding chemistry. From the booming bass beating beneath them to the soft piano breakdown that highlights the true magic of their vocals, the track perfectly captures the feeling of being on the cusp of falling for someone new.

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Stephen Martines is a lot of things, not the least of which is a well-versed musician and songwriter. The actor, singer, model, former athlete is releasing a new single just in time for summer, “Alright.” Strong banjo and guitar, mixed with pop beats and Martines' soulful sound, are the perfect concoction for a summer sing-a-long. “Alright,” written by Jennifer Denmark, Sam Brooker and Katie Cole (of The Smashing Pumpkins), has all the classic signs of summer that will have listeners throwing on their shades and rolling the windows down.

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Color Where You Are. Released April 12 via Blue Rose Music, Color Where You Are follows Jacobs’ brand of rock, Americana, and soul through the next steps of his life; coming off of a few years of extensive touring, learning to recognize the current political climate and its divisive nature, and most importantly, becoming a husband and a father. Jacobs and band members Todd Herrington (bass), Dusty Ray Simmons (drums/percussion), and Jonathan Sloane (guitar) self-produced Color Where You Are together, piecing together songs that Jacobs found time to write “between tours, coming home, changing diapers, fixing things around the house… whenever I could." 

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 Ava Max is a unique new talent, blessed with a seismic voice, an individualistic high fashion mindset, and an undeniable knack for cinematic, theatrical popcraft. Crafting pop anthems with a much-needed dose of fiery female empowerment. Her track

"Sweet But Psycho" is fun play on the girlfriend you never knew you wanted.

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Faouzia is a17 year old singer-songwriter. Her latest song

"Bad Dreams" will give you just a small gimps into her amazing ability to write and preform the most moving songs. Her voice is something you will never forget. After hearing her voice, watching her preform, and knowing she wrote the song you will agree she is the ranks of Adele, Celine Dion, and Whitney Houston. Excited to watch how fast she reaches the top.


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