Alex Masters~ “Artist Spotlight”!!!

Grew up in the prime of Shania Twain, Faith Hill and Martina McBride, Alex Masters started to create her skills even as a little child in Virginia by picking up a 3-stringed guitar in attempt to tell her family a story. Looking to improve these talents, she traveled to Nashville to attend Belmont University’s School of Music. While Masters originally opposed following the country music she grew up listening to on her family farm in Berryville, Virginia. While attending college, Masters did an internship at Corman Music working under Nate Lowery and well-known songwriter Brett James; she soon found her rekindling a love for the music of her roots.

                       With a college degree in hand, Masters encircled herself with a cast of wonderful musicians to record an album showcasing a wide expand of musical influences and meaningful life experiences. She was also under the help and support of BMI’s Beth Laird and songwriter Paul Alan, Masters landed co-writes with songwriting loyalists with two time Grammy Award winning producer Nathan Chapman (Jewel, Sara Evans, Coblie Caillat, Taylor Swift) and Grammy Award winner Liz Rose (Gary Allen, Taylor Swift, Trisha Yearwood and Tim McGraw). After 2 years of writing her own songs, she put out a seven-song EP titled “Long Way Home.”

                       When Masters is not creating or writing beautiful music, she enjoys her time as being a wife and mother. Her latest song “California,” came out on November 16, 2018 and it is available on Amazon Music, Spotify and iTunes. This wonderful and touching song is about a sweet baby, who Masters lost when she was 8 to 10 weeks pregnant. If you would like to find out more about Alex Masters then check out her website at (

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Royale Lynn~ “Q&A”!!!

 1.    Hi Royale, can you tell me a little bit about yourself before you became country musician? I actually don’t really remember a time where I wasn’t a country musician… I have been singing since I was a little girl… country was always something that I related the most with. I grew up on a horse farm on the outskirts of a small town in Ontario. Singing and playing guitar was a big part of my childhood. I actually don’t remember a time where music wasn’t the most important thing in my life. I can even remember the first cassettes we listened to in our old chevy truck… Shania twain & Blue Rodeo. 

2.    When did you first start listening to country music?Country music surrounded me as a child, it on the radio at the barn… it was on our cassette tapes in our truck … country music has been the soundtrack to my life for the last 24 years. 

3.    When did you know you wanted a career in country music?I have always known I wanted to be a singer but I definitely did some soul searching before I moved to Nashville permanently. Growing up in a small town, I wanted to experience the world… that included university in Ottawa, a trip to Africa, and a few road trips around America! The day I finally moved to Nashville was the best day of my life, I had finally found my home. 

4.    Who are some of your musical icons?I am a huge fan of Cody Johnson, Miranda Lambert, and Kacey Musgraves. All three of them are incredible writers and thats why I am so invested in their work. All three of them bring a unique touch on the country music genre! 

5.    What is background story behind your latest single “Old You?” Old You will always have a special place in my heart. We all have songs that we write when we are absolutely broken… well this is no exception, this was one of the hardest songs to write for me because it came from such a personal place.

6.    What are you looking forward to when your new single “No Saddle,” comes out on Feb 8th, 2019?No Saddle is basically an autobiography. I wrote this song with two amazing friends, Hunter Wolkonowski and Davis Corley. We basically brought to light the pain and the determination it takes to pack up, leave home and make a living with music career. I can’t wait for it to drop! 

7.    What venue is your favorite to play a live show at? I absolutely love to play… whether its a dive bar, a rodeo stage, or on my home stages here in Nashville… I find myself loving each venue for various different reasons… if I had to choose… I think my favourite spot to perform is on a tailgate of a chevy truck! 
8.    What is one of your favorite quotes? One of my favourite quotes is “ Don’t flatter yourself cowboy, I was looking at your horse” 

9.    Is there anything else you would like to share?
Thank you so much for having me! Check out “No Saddle’ Available everywhere on Feb 8th! 

Cover of Runaway June Song (Wild West)~ By: Royale Lynn

Royale Lynn~ Artist Spotlight!!!

Royale Lynn has an eternal sound to her music. Joining in her influences from classical country musicians like Merle Haggard, Johnny Cash, Loretta Lynn and June Carter. Lynn uses all her writing abilities to bring country music back to its origins. She is a contemporary country artist singing timeless western tracks. She looks up to performers such as Miranda Lambert and Kacey Musgraves. 

            Lynn was born in Canada and is now living in Nashville. She enjoys writing her own snogs about the trailer life. She is also dropping her brand new single “No Saddle,” on February 8, 2019 on all streaming platforms. If you would like to find out more Royale Lynn then check out her website at

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Alex Butler~ “Q&A”!!!

1.    Hi Alex, can you tell me a little bit about yourself before you became a country singer? 

Yeah, I’ve always had a passion for music grew up with it my whole life. Before becoming a country singer I was just your typical college guy, going to Arkansas State majoring in history and just having a blast in life. Working at a automotive shop and writing in my free time. 

2.    When did you start to listen to country music? I grew up on 90s country music so my first memories were of Garth, George Strait, Alan Jackson, Diamond Rio, and Bryan White 

3.    When did you know you wanted a career in country music? Well I grew up around music and always dreamed being on stage in front of people. I never thought about the fame. I always wanted to put on great shows and give the crowd something they’ve never experienced before. 

4.    Who are some of your musical icons?Bryan White, Chris Daughtry, The Swon Brothers, Garth Brooks, Chris Jansen and Dierks Bentley 

5.    What is the background story behind your latest single “Give Into Me?”Well it was written by myself and my buddy Curtis Tate. It’s more of country music meets some R&B lyrics. The song is a love story as well as an intimate scenario with the couple. The song is more or less when you get so invested someone that you “give into them” in a more intimate way. And even as the years go by they’re still in that same “honeymoon stage” of their relationship. Whether it be just dating or marriage. So it’s a lot deeper of a song when you really dive into the lyrics. 

6.    Is there anything new coming up with your music in 2019? Yes there is actually we’re actually working on my very first EP, which I’m really excited about. I’ve put all my energy and heart into these songs. It’ll have something for everyone to jam to in it as well. 

7.    What is your favorite venue to play at? We play a lot on the Tin Roof circuit so it’s a tie with Tin Roof Memphis and Tin Roof Delray. The crowds are unbelievable. Just high energy and people who love music and having a good time. 

8.    If you could sing a duet with any singer or group who would it be and why? Shoot if I’m being honest I’d love to duet with Lainey Wilson, been following her career for awhile now. She’s just got such a pure voice and her live shows are just fantastic. 

9.    What is one of your favorite quotes? “If you don’t know where you’re going you will end up somewhere else.” “Lions don’t worry about the opinions of sheep.” 

10.Is there anything else you would like to share? Just that I love this life, there’s nothing I’d rather do then just give a crowd an epic show, it’s the reason why I started. It was never about the exposure, popularity, money, etc. I mean yeah it’s nice but just for the love of music and letting people forget their troubles and take them to a place where they’re laughing, happy, and just having a good time. I can feel that on stage and it’s something you can’t forget. 

Alex Butler~ “Artist Spotlight!!!”

            During the course of Alex Butler’s country music career, he has won over the hearts of music fans from all walks of life. Playing at many different venues, making tons of appearances, all the while recording brand new songs, Butler has gained the respect and love from many of his fans and he has he has been serving both as a encouragement and mentor to people who enjoy listening to his music. Butler is from Olive Branch, MS and he has been performing for over 8 years now. He enjoys blending old and new country into somewhat new and different. 

            Butler has been an opening act and played for a lot of wonderful singers and groups like High Valley, Chris Lane, Chris Jansen, Jameson Rodgers, the Swon Brothers and John Langston.

            Also if you get any free time please go check out Butler latest single “Get Into Me,” which is available on both Spotify and iTunes. If you would like to find out more Alex Butler then check out his website at

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Aubrie Lynn’s Healthy Crunch Wraps (Recipe)!!

Ingredients: Joseph’s Lavish Bread – 1 wrap• 96% lean beef 4oz• Kraft fat free cheddar • shredded lettuce• Haas avocado chunks • old El Paso Taco seasoning • evoo 

Instructions:• cook meat & add taco seasoning •put all ingredients inside bread and fold • grill both sides of crunch wrap in EVOO until crispy • top it all off with mild salsa 

Aubrie Lynn~ Q&A!!!

 1.    Hi Aurbie, can you tell me a little about yourself before you became a country musician? I was always a tomboy and athlete. Music was always just a hobby.

2.    Who are some of your musical icons? Dolly, Loretta and George

3.    What is the background story behind your latest song “Slow?” I was on summer vacation and got inspired by the Guadalupe River. 

4.    Is there anything new coming up with your music in 2019? Yes!!

5.    What venue has been your favorite to play a live show at? Whiskey Jam in Nashville!

6.     How did you become a CMA member?  There’s a process, application and reviewing you have tp gp through!

7.    What was your favorite part of playing at the Steamboat Music Festival? Singing with friends!

8.    What is one of your favorite quotes? “Without music, life would be a mistake.”