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Country Songstress Janelle Arthur Releases Powerful Anthem

Country Songstress Janelle Arthur Releases Powerful Anthem
Country Songstress Janelle Arthur Releases Powerful Anthem

Country songstress Janelle Arthur has released her latest single, “Country Music Will Never Die” via CDX Records/Sony Orchard/Black Sheep Label Group. It is available now at all major digital retailers at this link:

“Country Music Will Never Die” is every country music lover’s declaration that this genre is here to stay. It’s an up-tempo anthem, with driving instrumentation, and lyrics of simple truthfulness that embody the American way of life.

“It echoed through the mountains of Carolina ragged and real as an old coal miner Played by the hands of the weary and hard-workin' souls Foot stompin on the front porch keepin time Whole family singing, no spot light It was all that they had way back before the radio As long as there's a back road A church in a small town Black powder in a rifle And red dirt on the ground A hound dog still a-howling and that eagle still flies The Good Lord willing and the creek don't rise Country music'll never die”

“This song was co-written by me, Adam Wheeler and Helene Cronin during the COVID shut down when I feared that the music industry could cease to exist,” states Arthur. “I found comfort in the fact that country music didn’t start with the ‘industry,’ it began with individuals who put their struggles to song, long before the radio. This song reminds us all that country music is the sound of life. As long as we’re living, Country Music Will Never Die.”

ABOUT JANELLE ARTHUR: As a daughter of the South steeped in family ties, tradition, and truthfulness, Arthur’s music is reflective of who she is and exemplifies her way of life. Originally from East Tennessee, she started singing to her family when she was four years old. She began performing at Dollywood when she was eight years-old, portraying one of her musical heroes, a young Dolly Parton. And she’s never looked back. From that time and thousands of shows later, she has had the opportunity to be a guest on The Today Show, The Kelly & Michael Show, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Access Hollywood, and Today in Nashville. With credentials that include bucket-list recorded collaborations with her childhood idol, Dolly, and Vince Gill, to multiple appearances on the world-famous Grand Ole Opry, Arthur’s star has steadily risen. And with exceptional talent like hers, one can expect that she will continue to shine brightly. ​ For more information about Janelle Arthur, visit her website at: Stay social with Janelle: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: YouTube:


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