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January 28, 2006 | Chris Lee
Each week, the spotlight will be on musicians who are making a commercial breakthrough. Josh Turner "Your Man" MCA Nashville Artist info: Here's a guy whose 2003 debut, "Long Black Train," sold nearly a million copies, who was nominated for two Country Music Assn. awards and who got a top new artist nomination from the Academy of Country Music. The title track and first single from his new disc, "Your Man," cracked the Top 10 for both rock and country this week.
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February 4, 2006 | Randy Lewis
Josh Turner "Your Man" MCA Nashville * * 1/2 Among male country singers, there tend to be sweet-voiced tenors crooning tender love songs or deep-voiced guys growling their masculinity. The twain meet in Turner, the hunky young South Carolina singer-songwriter. He's as much a woman's ideal date as Gary Allan or Kenny Chesney while sounding every bit the man's man with a woodsy baritone that drops lower than an armadillo on a West Texas highway crossing.
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February 4, 2006 | Randy Lewis
Josh Turner "Your Man" MCA Nashville * * 1/2 Among male country singers, there tend to be sweet-voiced tenors crooning tender love songs or deep-voiced guys growling their masculinity. The twain meet in Turner, the hunky young South Carolina singer-songwriter. He's as much a woman's ideal date as Gary Allan or Kenny Chesney while sounding every bit the man's man with a woodsy baritone that drops lower than an armadillo on a West Texas highway crossing.
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January 28, 2006 | Chris Lee
Each week, the spotlight will be on musicians who are making a commercial breakthrough. Josh Turner "Your Man" MCA Nashville Artist info: Here's a guy whose 2003 debut, "Long Black Train," sold nearly a million copies, who was nominated for two Country Music Assn. awards and who got a top new artist nomination from the Academy of Country Music. The title track and first single from his new disc, "Your Man," cracked the Top 10 for both rock and country this week.
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August 19, 2004 | From Associated Press
A group of country music stars has launched a get-out-the-vote project, saying everyone has a responsibility to vote in November regardless of political affiliation. The "Your Country Your Vote" initiative involves artists who appeared on "America Will Always Stand," a recent album of original music inspired by the Civil War. The project will include public service announcements by Ricky Skaggs, Randy Travis, Darryl Worley, Josh Turner, Marty Raybon, Billy Dean and others.
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February 2, 2006 | Geoff Boucher, Times Staff Writer
IL Divo, Simon Cowell's experiment in mixing classical vocal styles with polished pop sensibilities, has the new No. 1 album in the country with "Ancora," which sold 157,000 copies last week. Il Divo is a quartet of handsome young men (three Europeans and San Diego native David Miller) trained in opera who were selected after a two-year search.
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July 23, 2007 | From Tribune Media Services
If not for the fans, there might not have been Sugarland. Twice. Lead singer Jennifer Nettles has known the importance of that support, first when her country music group debuted as a trio, then again when it tackled the sophomore album "Enjoy the Ride" as only a duo. Nettles and continuing Sugarland partner Kristian Bush repaid the favor by performing at June's annual Country Music Assn. gathering of stars and fans.
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December 9, 2009
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