Brantley Gilbert’s Halfway to Heaven (deluxe edition) was released on September 13, 2011, via his label, Valory Music Group. Gilbert co-wrote all fifteen songs on the record. It opens with the up-tempo “Hell of Wheels,” and it is followed by the fun “Bending the Rules and Breaking the Law” and “Back in the Day.” The […]
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Ronnie Milsap’s Country Again was released on July 26, 2011, via his label, the Bigger Picture Music Group. The album opens with the slow-moving ballad “A Better Word for Love.” It is followed by the spitfire title track “Country Again.” “You’re the Reason I’m Living” and “Even Fools Get Lucky” are vocally reminiscent to quintessential George […]
You would think that at a camera launch, flashes would illuminate a room. At the Casio Tryx party though, it was beams of pride lighting up the press conference at whichCasio America CEO Toshiharu Okimuro and his colleagues eagerly presented their new product. The camera flaunts a handful of appealing features, or more appropriately titled “tryx”.