Bold, new, up-and-comer Clare Dunn makes her country radio debut with “Move On,” the second most-added single of the week only behind Miranda Lambert. Co-written and co-produced by Clare, “Move On” is the highly-anticipated first single off her forthcoming major label debut album on MCA Nashville.
Declared “One To Watch” by Billboard, The Boston Globe, Rolling Stone, USA Today and more, Clare has made a strong impression on critics and audiences alike with her stellar guitar work, her honest lyrics and her no holds barred stage show. Clare recently made her first appearance at CMA Music Festival where she landed on Rolling Stone’s “Best Things We Saw at CMA Music Fest 2015” and The Boston Globe’s “Top 10 Moments at the 2015 CMA Music Fest.” PASTE also caught up with Clare at Atlanta’s Shaky Boots Festival and documented a “day-in-the life” of this rising country star
To coincide with “Move On” hitting the country airwaves, Clare shared a video giving fans an inside glimpse to her background as a truck-driving, Colorado farm girl pursuing country music.
For additional information, images, tour dates and more, visit http://www.ClareDunnMusic.com
Bolshevik comrades say never let a tragedy go to waste. After the shootings at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, SC Commie pinkos go after the Confederate flag. Do these airheads not know or respect American history? TV Land removes The Dukes of Hazzard from its schedule. Warner Brothers says it will stop licensing General Lee toy cars and models. The 1969 General Lee Dodge Charger is one of the most popular cars in TV history.
– Jim Rose July 6, 2014
Quote of the Week
Do you feel like God isn’t answering your prayers? Job the patriarch felt the same way: ‘I cry out to you, O God, but you do not answer; I stand up, but you merely look at me…When I hoped for good, evil came; when I looked for light, then came darkness’ (vv. 20 & 26). All of us go through times when it feels like God has moved and left no forwarding address. What’s He up to? Why doesn’t He respond? There are some lessons you only learn when God is silent: 1) Silence isn’t absence. An old proverb says, ‘Speech is silver, silence is gold!’ Sometimes God says to you, ‘Be still, and know that I am God’ (Psalms 46:10). You have to be really secure with somebody to just sit quietly with them. Silence takes the emphasis off words and builds a level of intimacy where they’re no longer necessary. If you want to be comfortable with God, learn to enter into meditation and silence with Him. 2) Silence tests your faith. How much faith is actually involved when somebody’s coaching your every step? It’s like a parent running alongside a child who’s learning to ride a bike. Right now the child lacks confidence, but they’re going to look strange at age twenty if that parent is still trotting along beside them! At some point God takes His hands off the wheel to see how far you’ve progressed. And for a while it can be a wobbly ride. That’s when you demonstrate how far you’ve come, and where you’re placing your trust.
Prayer: Heavenly Father, help me trust that You are there even when You feel silent. Help me hear You in case You are whispering! In Jesus’ Name, Amen