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- Parmalee Comes Home With "Carolina," New Album
- Johnny Cash's Forgotten 1980s Sessions Due March 25
- Zac Brown Band, Parmalee Release New Music
- Will Dustin Lynch Enlist Added Star Power for New Album?
- Sarah Darling Embraces the Holiday Season
- Garth Brooks Confirms 2014 World Tour
- Ray Price Hospitalized in Texas
- Sara Evans Sets New Album for March 4
- Hayden Panettiere: Nashville Resident?
- Garth Brooks Reclaims Country Album Crown With Blame It All on My Roots
- Florida Georgia Line Wins Big at American Country Awards
- Ray Price Back in the Hospital; Fighting Pancreatic Cancer
- Scotty McCreery Spreads Christmas Cheer Nationwide
- Wrangler NFR 2013: Wade Sundell Having a Hot Time in Las Vegas
- Frankie Ballard Will Release Sunshine & Whiskey on February 11
- Krystal Keith in the Kitchen: How to Make Slow Cooker Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal
- Billy Currington Announces We Are Tonight Tour
- Justin Moore, LeAnn Rimes & More Added to American Country Awards
- Dolly Parton Announces Release Date for Blue Smoke Album
- Watch: LeAnn Rimes’ “Gasoline and Matches” Video Shot with an iPhone
From the beginning, Josh Gracin has distinguished himself by walking to his own drumbeat. He first entered America’s homes as one of the most charismatic and distinctive performers in the second season of American Idol, the first to bring country music to the pop-oriented hit show. Still, Gracin earned his record deal the old-fashioned way. He stood in the offices of Disney’s Lyric Street Records in Nashville and, in front of a room of record executives, performed solo. An offer for a recording contract immediately followed.