Tag: Jess Carson

New Music Friday: Midland Pays Tribute To Home State In New Single “Up In Texas”

As New Music Friday comes to an end (sadly) for the year, the Celeb Secrets Country gals hand-picked their newest favorites of this week to gently send you off into your holiday break. GRAMMY nominees and Texas group Midland dropped their latest single “Up In Texas” today (December 15) following the announcement of their tour of the same name – Up in Texas Tour. Written alongside Josh Osborne and Bryan Simpson, honky-tonk Texas-lovin’ ballad pays homage to the place they call home – The Lone Star State. Midland’s Jess Carson gushes, “‘Up In Texas’ might be an ode to the place...

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Midland Achieves First No. 1 with “Drinkin’ Problem” – All the Details from the ASCAP Party

One of our all-time favorite country bands, Midland, just earned their first No. 1 with “Drinkin’ Problem” and celebrated this milestone in the best way possible! Held at the Sutler in Nashville, band members Mark, Cameron, and Jess teamed up with ASCAP and Big Machine Records for an epic party filled with friends, family, and press. Prior to the event, the band, along with legendary songwriters Shane McAnally and Josh Osborne, held a special media session to share the journey they encountered to make the number one single as well as their gratitude for everyone’s support. This was a legendary and humbling moment that we’re sure the...

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