EOTY WRAP UP: Top 20 Songs of 2014
Conor Soper, Avid Sound Staff Writer

As the year winds down, cue the countdown, Avid Sound creators and writers have been busy putting together our first ever year-end lists, including Top 20 Songs and Top 15 Albums of 2014.

Below, Avid Sound’s very own co-creator Conor Soper’s Top 20 Songs of 2014, these are the standalone tracks that made the best impression to him or changed the game in his eyes, starting from 20.

20. “Rather Be (feat. Jess Glynne)” by Clean Bandit

One of the most fun tracks released this year and a one that seemingly came out of nowhere. I remember being showed the song a week or two before it blew up and thinking nothing much of it. If this song teaches you anything, it’s to root for the underdogs.

19. “Silent Partner” by La Roux

Out of all the new tracks off La Roux’s sophomore LP, “Silent Partner” is the obvious standout. It’s a dazzling and daunting seven-minute jam session that shows the techno girl from the first record isn’t gone.

18. “Queen” by Perfume Genius

“Queen” is as mesmerizing as it is beautiful. It’s dark, it’s gay, it’s euphoric and everything that 2014 needed.

17. “Transgender Dysphoria Blues” by Against Me!

Laura Jane Grace makes clear the internal and external struggles of being transgender in a world that is largely transphobic and transmisogynistic. Those of us who are cisgendered will never quite understand her pain, but she makes us feel at least an ounce of what she has felt.

16. “2 On (feat. ScHoolBoy Q)” by Tinashe

The DJ Mustard produced “2 On” was one of the year’s top party songs and a breakout for one of the most promising artists out their. Tinashe’s soft vocals and minimal production give the song that chill party vibe every is looking for. Also, I’m partial to the Brooke Candy remix of the song.

15. “Hold On To Ya” by III Bones

Underdog of the year goes to this track. III Bones is a little-known group from Ocala, FL who make bluesy rock and soul-like songs. “Hold On To Ya” is the first single and studio recorded song from the band and if it’s any hint as to what’s coming on their debut album then the world better prepare for the next big thing.

14. “Alibi” by BANKS

Album opener for BANKS’ debut Goddess not only shows the singer’s vocal range, but her lyrical depth and booming production that all create her dark musical atmosphere.

13. “My Blue Supreme” by Interpol

Interpol’s new album showed they were finally able to make new and exciting music with a similar sound palette. “My Blue Supreme” dabbles in some of their finest past moments while simultaneously propelling the listener into new territory.

12. “Magic Mountain” by The Drums

With “Magic Mountain” The Drums have proved their staying power beyond their usual song dichotomy of devastating heartbreak tracks and upbeat summertime jams. It’s a weird song to say the least, but it’s power lies in its strangeness.

11. “Alone Again” by Betty Who

Although most know her for “High Society” and “Somebody Loves You,” there were some other gems on Betty Who’s debut, including “Alone Again.” The bubbling bassline, the glittering production, and popping drums matched with her vocals make the perfect 80s-inspired pop track.

10. “Froot” by Marina and the Diamonds

A late entry for 2014, but one of the top contenders for a good reason. Marina returns from her sophomore album with a new disco twist and a sound more similar to her debut album.

9. “Reservoir” by Metronomy

In an interview, Metronomy stated that they were afraid they were going to get too big after The English Riviera’s massive success, so they toned down their third album to prevent that. Luckily for us, some of that pop seeped into their third LP and translated into “Reservoir.”

8. “Fuck Texting” by Junglepussy

Junglepussy’s debut album, Satisfaction Guaranteed, went largely under the radar for most, I believe it’s because she only released her album through Soundcloud. Regardless, the whole thing was full of quality material, especially the brazen “Fuck Texting” calling ladies to arms to confront their man if they think he’s cheating.

7. “Prince Johnny” by St. Vincent

While St. Vincent’s strongest work usually lies in Annie Clark’s powerhouse guitar slashers, “Prince Johnny” carries a very ethereal weight that lures the listener in and makes one of the years most vulnerable and satisfying tracks.

6. “Two Weeks” by FKA Twigs

If “2 On” wasn’t sexy enough for you, then “Two Weeks” will fill the void. Twigs’ breathy vocals and seductive lyricism over a sensual beat will get anyone in the mood.

5. “Chandelier” by Sia

“Chandelier” is easily the powerhouse hit of the year. If you haven’t found yourself attempting to scream the lyrics over Sia while driving and almost flipping your car, then you haven’t lived.

4. “Walk This Way” by MØ

MØ has the formula for making some of the catchiest songs out there and if you want the secret, “Walk This Way” is a good microcosm for her criminally overlooked debut album.

3. “Strip” by Jessie J

“Strip” should have been Jessie J’s lead single or at least a follow-up for her latest underwhelming Sweet Talker. Instead she went for the easy hit “ Bang Bang” with two hype artists, then “Burnin’ Up” with the obligatory rap feature, and most recently for the wannabe heartfelt “Masterpiece.” “Strip” was somehow relegated to the realm of bonus tracks and will likely never see the light of day as a single where it belongs.

2. “Catch” by Allie X

If you’re one of those people who likes to brag about knowing an artist before they get huge, then get listening to Allie X. The pop star in the making has turned down a number of record deals in favor of doing her own thing, which has produced three top notch singles, of which “Catch” is the best.

1. “Love In High Places” by Kimbra

“Abandon” was a word used a lot by Kimbra when discussing this track and her sophomore album The Golden Echo. You can feel that when listening to the barren landscapes of “Love in High Place” that Kimbra fills with forests, rivers, and everything in between. “Love in High Places” is a sonic landscape like no other and some of Kimbra’s most thoughtful work yet.

Did any of your favorites make it?! Let us know on Twitter at @avdsnd


DOWNLOAD: R1CK RØCK - BASS BEATdown 005 (EOTY MIX) — 12.31.13

Happy New Year everyone. I wish everyone the very best! I hope you enjoy this journey! Thank you for listening! Cheers!

1. Delta Heavy - Empire
» » Nero - Must Be The Feeling (Delta Heavy Remix)
2. Justice - D.A.N.C.E. (PatrickReza Remix)
3. Pegboard Nerds & Tristam - Razor Sharp VIP
4. ShockOne ft. Metrik & Kyza - Lazerbeam (SKisM Remix)
5. ShockOne - Big Bounce
6. Let’s Be Friends - Best In The West (R1CK ROCK Edit)
7. J.Viewz - Far Too Close (Pegboard Nerds Remix)
8. Schoolboy & Egbert - Hero Down
9. Noisia & Foreign Beggars pres. I Am Legion - Make Those Move
10. Yellow Claw vs. Snoop Dogg & Pharell - DJ Drop It Like It’s Turnt Up (Camson Mash Up)
11. Brillz & Teddy Tuxedo - Rvtchet Bitch (Milo & Otis Remix)
12. Major Lazer, Bruno Mars, Tyga, & 2 Chainz x LOUDPVCK & JACKAL - Bounce (DJ Topsider Mashup)
13. Eptic & Habstrakt - Ninja Challenge (Dodge Fuski Remix)
14. DJ Snake ft. Lil Jon - Turn Down For What
15. Zomboy - Braindead
16. Knife Party ft. Mistjam - Sleaze (Lazer Lazer Lazer Remix)
17. Lets Be Friends - Manslaughter (VIP Mix)
18. Kroyclub - New World Order (Space Laces Remix)
19. Julian Jordan & TV Noise - Childish Grandpa
20. Justin Bieber - Boyfriend (Dada Life Remix)
21. Firebeatz, Schella - Wicked
22. Seven Lions & Myon & Shane 54 ft. Tove Lo - Strangers
23. GTA - The Crowd
24. The Bloody Beetroots - Dimmakmmunication
25. Zomboy - Bad Intensions
26. Ace Hood - Bugatti (Diamond Pistols Unoriginal Mix)
27. Kill the Noise - Mosh It Up (Henry Fong Remix)
28. The Brig - All Aboard (Barely Alive Remix) (R1CK ROCK RevAmp’d)
29. Zero Hero - Theme
30. Kill the Noise - Thumbs Up (For Rock n’ Roll) (Kill The Noise Remix)
31. Lets Be Friends - Come ‘n’ Get It
32. Zomboy - Raptor
33. Schoolboy - Afterschock VIP
34. Panda Eyes & Zephex - Raving Zombies (Triggers & Panda Eyes Bigroom Remix)
35. Tony Junior x Carnage ft. New & Used - Nobody Beats The Signal (Tommie Sunshine Bootleg)
36. Hardwell & MAKJ - Countdown (Slander x Goshfather & Jinco Remix)
37. Robin Thicke - Blurred Lines (DallasK Remix)
38. Barely Alive - Spitball 
39. The White Stripes - Seven Nation Army (White Panda Remix)
40. Icona Pop - All Night (The FatRat Remix)
41. Neoteric & Wax Motif - Go Deep (Torro Torro Remix) (Killagraham DnB Edit)
42. Martin Garrix & TV Noise - Just Some Loops
43.  Borgore - Wild Out (Lazer Lazer Lazer & The Kingdumb Remix)
44. Sem Vox - Debut
45. SKisM - Rave Review (ak9’s In Your Face Mix)
46. Kai Wachi & Squnto - Brain Spla
47. Dada Life - Boing Clash Boom (Major Lazer Remix)
48. Diplo - Express Yourself (Gent & Jawns Remix)
49. heRobust - SheKnowSheBad (Grabbitz Remix)
50. Rusko vs T-Pain - Hold On All I Do Is Win (Datsik Mashup)
51. The Two Friends ft. Jeff Sontag - Sedated (Barely Alive Remix)
52. Skrillex ft. Foreign Beggars - Scatta (Dead Robot’s Drumstep Bootleg)
53. Eptic - Watch Yo Back
54. Doctor P & Adam F ft. Method Man - The Pit VIP
55. The Frim - Come To Me
» » Adam F - When The Rain Is Gone (Delta Heavy Remix)
56. A$AP Rocky ft. Drake, 2 Chainz & Kendrick Lamar - Fuckin’ Problems (Crizzly Remix)
57. Bro Safari - The Drop (MUST DIE! Remix)
58. Knife Party - Bonfire (Lets Be Friends Bootleg)
59 . Zomboy - Terror Squad VIP (R1CK ROCK Edit)
60. Apashe, Dabin & Kai Wachi ft. Ariane Zita - Forsaken
61. Schoolboy - Project No-Autotune
62. Pegboard Nerds & MisterWives - Coffins
63. Krewella - We Are One (DMNDZ Remix)
64. Lets Be Friends - Invasion of America
65. Big Chocolate ft. Ryle - Karp Fish
66. Flosstradamus - Crowd Ctrl
67. Justin Timberlake ft. Jay-Z - Suit & Tie (Dillon Francis Remix)
68. Buraka Som Sistema - Hangover (Caspa Remix) (Butch Clancy Retwerk)
69. Kill The Noise - Rockers (Bro Safari & UFO! Remix)
70. BARE - Finger Trvp
71. DVBBS & BORGEOUS - Tsunami (HLTR$KLTR & LOOKAS Fuck Waiting Trap Remix)
72. New World Sound & Thomas Newson - Flute (LooKas x TheCasaBrothers Festival Trap Remix)
73. Major Lazer ft. Leftside, GTA, Razz & Biggy - Jet Blue Jet (Faustix & Imanos Remix)
74. Wacka Flocka Flame, Carnage, & Heroes x Villains - Flocka the Mammoth (Protohype Mashup)
75. Showtek ft. We Are Loud! & Sonny Wilson - Booyah (Party Favor Remix)
76. Showtek - Slow Down (BMBX CRTL “WTF Is Festival Trap” Bootleg)
77. Flosstradamus ft. Casino - Mosh Pit
78. Gent & Jawns - TURNUP
79. Carnage - Mara (SAYMYNAME Remix)
80. Migos - Hannah Montana (Borgore & Protohype Remix)
81. Crizzly & Kids At The Bar - Like Dat (Crizzly Retwerk)
82. Martin Garrix - Animals (Victor Niglio & Martin Garrix Remix)
83. Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike vs DVBBS & BORGEOUS - Stampede (BeTa Remix)
84. Tittsworth & Des McMahon - Half (VIP)
85. Tantrum Desire - Guided Rhythm (Dubstep Mix)
86. Britney Spears - Work Bitch (Virtual Riot Remix)
87. Zomboy, Skrillex, The Doors, & Dodge & Fuski - FUCK, I’m Breakin’ A Sweat from this Deadweight Dubstep (R1CK ROCK Smashup)
88. BAR9 & Datsik - Droid
89. FuntCase, Cookie Monsta & Doctor P - Adrenaline
90. Eptic - Gun Finga
91. The Prodigy - We Are The Ruffest (The Frim Remix)
92. DeadExit - MarioStep
93. Zomboy - Terror Squad
94. Skrilex ft. Foreign Beggars - Still Gettin’ It (Zomboy Remix)
95. Michael Jackson - Beat It (Mutrix Remix)
96. Skrillex & Alvin Risk - Try It Out (TRY HARDER Mix)
97. Roksonix - Dogfight 
98. Dillon Francis ft. Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs - Without You (Doctor P & Flux Pavilion Remix)
99. Genetix - Squid Attack (FuntCase Remix)
100. Protohype & 12th Planet - Like This
101. FuntCase ft. Persist - No One Is Safe
102. I See Stars - Gnars Attacks (Mutrix Remix)
103. Skeptiks - All Hail
» » Doctor P - Sweet Shop
104. The Autobots & Dead Audio - Bring Back the Sound (FuntCase Remix)
105. Eptic - Genesis
106. Eptic & MUST DIE!  - Z
107. Getter ft. Datsik - Hollow Point (Barely Alive Remix)
108. Virtual Riot - Sugar Rush (Barely Alive Remix)
109. Above & Beyond ft. Richard Bedford, Bourke & Vegas, MUST DIE!, & Nero - I’m Alive, Must Be The Feeling Called Love (R1CK ROCK Smashup)
110. The Frim - Bassline Skanka (The Frim VIP)
111. Zomboy - Mind Control 
112. Krewella - Live For The Night (Pegboard Nerds Remix)
113. Rell The SoundBender - FUCK The Party
114. Far East Movement & Rell The Soundbender ft. Kurupt - Inglewood
115. ak9 - God
116. Kill the Noise - Mosh It Up
117. Yellow Claw & Yung Felix - You Make Me (Avicii Avicii Avicii)
118. DVVBS & Borgeous - Tsunami (LNY TNZ Remix)
119. Noisecontrollers & Pavelow - Quatre Mains
120. DJ Fresh Vs Diplo - Earthquake (LNY TNZ & Yellow Claw Remix)
121. SAYMYNAME & Corrupted Data - Bacon
122. Psyko Punkz Ft. Murda - Trippy Hippie
123. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis - Can’t Hold Us (Frontliner Never Comes Down Bootleg)
124. Code Black - Pandora
125. Yellow Claw & LNY TNZ - Last Night Ever
126. Fall Out Boy - Alone Together (Krewella Remix) 

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Hi Nashville. It’s been almost 13 years since I came to Nashville with the dream of being a songwriter and a recording artist and I learned so much about what it means to be an entertainer from the remarkable artists in this arena tonight. That’s just one of the reasons why I feel so honored to present this next award to any one of these 5 outstanding nominees for Entertainer of the Year and to be apart of this historic night that we will all remember.
—  Taylor Swift announcing EOTY at the CMAs

anonymous asked:

do any other award shows have these audience cams or just the vmas? and thanks for recording it!

VMAs and CMAs had them. Billboard had backstage cams which is where this gif came from. I think that’s it. 

Here’s a compilation I think that’s all I know of:

2012 VMAs 

- Audience Cam & Backstage

2013 VMAs

- Niall Horan & Taylor cheek-kiss, hug, and chat

- Clapping for/Listening to One Direction’s win

- Singing/Dancing/Reacting to Miley’s performance

- Bonus:  Taylor trying catch glimpses of Lady Gaga’s butt :p

Billboard Awards 2013

Backstage with Charity Baroni, Selena, and Justin

2014 CMAs

Dancing to Cruise

Dancing to Day for the Dead

Dancing to Wagon Wheel

Audience Cam during George Strait winning EOTY

Audience Cam during Pinnacle Award

2014 VMAs

- Taylor Audience Cam

EOTY WRAP UP: Top 15 Albums of 2014
Max G., Avid Sound Staff Writer

Behold, our first official Top 15 Albums of 2014.

2014 was a relatively weak year for album releases. With many albums struggling to even even break 100K on their first week and the rise of streaming services, sales in the music industry are dipping low and artists are coming up with even more creative ways to promote their albums.

Below are some of my favorite albums of the past year, starting with number 15.

15. "SUCKER" by Charli XCX

Undoubtably one of the biggest breakout stars of 2014, Charli XCX managed to reinvent herself on her sophomore effort. Ditching the indie-electro sound for more punk inspired songs like “Breaking Up” and sugary pop tunes like “Boom Clap” and “Doing It,” Charli XCX manages to crank out the pop record you never knew you needed.

14. "Neon Icon" by Riff Raff

Part rap, part electronic, part rock, and even part country, Riff Raff shocked with the unexpected versatility of Neon Icon. While delivering genre-boundary pushing tracks like the punk rock infused, “Kokayne,” Neon Icon demands attention with its thoughtful versatility and aggressive production.

13. "Tremors" by SOHN

After producing one of 2013’s hottest indie tracks, “Waiting Game" by BANKS, and several EP’s, SOHN released his solo effort. With amazingly deep production and the singer/producer’s own vocals tracks like "Artifice" and "Bloodflows” shine as Tremors stands as one of the years best indie-electronic releases.

12. "The New Classic" by Iggy Azalea

While arguably more pop than most hip-hop efforts in 2014, The New Classic sees Azalea find her niche. With arguably the biggest song of 2014, “Fancy," and the equally infectious "Black Widow,” The New Classic plunges deep into radio appeal while managing to stay true to the hip-hop genre in tracks like “Goddess” and “Lady Patra.”

11. "Salad Days" by Mac DeMarco

Mac DeMarco has quickly become one of the most talked about artists in the indie community. His sophomore album (as a solo artist), Salad Days, is one of the most delightful indie gems of the year. With smooth tracks like “Passing Out the Pieces" and the soothing "Chamber of Reflection," DeMarco solidifies his place as not only a songwriter, but an amazing multi-instrumentalist.

10. "Aquarius” by Tinashe

Most known for her breakout hit, “2 On,” Tinashe proves she’s more than her radio appeal. Aquarius sees equal amounts of radio friendly r&b-tinged pop tracks and blog catered experimental r&b. Tracks like “Feels Like Vegas” and “All Hands on Deck” sound like potential radio smashes while “Bet” featuring production from internet favorites Blood Orange and Blood Diamonds, shines as the next step for r&b. Aquarius solidifies Tinashe as a force to be reckoned with.

9. "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Pt. 1 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)“ by Various

Curated by (and featuring several tracks from) Lorde, the soundtrack features an eclectic mix of artists ranging from rapper Pusha T, to Duran Duran’s Simon LeBon, to Grace Jones, to Diplo’s Major Lazer. Somehow in the midst of all this chaos, the soundtrack proves to be one of the greatest mixes of our time. With almost every song sounding like a standout, each contributing artist manages to give their all to an album that is not even their own, making the soundtrack one of the best releases of 2014.

8. "This Is All Yours” by Alt-J

The sophomore album of British indie band Alt-J, This Is All Yours, see’s the band continue their winning formula of electronic-infused rock with several new twits. On the lead single and standout of the album, “Hunger of the Pine,” Alt-J dips into a more experimental territory with a sample of Miley Cyrus’s voice playing throughout the track. While cohesive, the band also breaks formula on what has been their most successful song yet, “Left Hand Free,” which sounds more indie-rock than anything the band has ever created. 

7. "In the Lonely Hour" by Sam Smith

Seemingly out of nowhere Sam Smith came into 2014 early with three of the years biggest hits, and while he replaced Disclosure’s pulsating beats with gentle strings on his album, Sam Smith proved to be arguably be 2014’s biggest newcomer. In the Lonely Hour is a beautiful piece of soulful pop music backed by Smith’s amazing vocals. With standouts like “I’m Not the Only One,” “Like I Can,” and “I’ve Told You Now,” Smith commands recognition as the next big thing.

6. “1000 Forms of Fear” by Sia

On her sixth studio album, Sia takes a break from songwriting for others and focuses on her own release. More ambitious than any of her pervious albums, 1000 Forms of Fear takes a dip in the waters of commercial appeal while staying true to Sia’s personal and meaningful style of songwriting. From the larger than life “Chandelier” to the emotional roller coaster of “Eye of the Needle,” Sia shows off her incredibly effective and unorthodox songwriting style along with her unexpectedly powerful vocal talent.

5. “What Is This Heart” by How to Dress Well

On his third album, How To Dress Well (the musical project of Tom Krell) refuses to confine his music to the rules of genre. Incorporating elements of pop, r&b, soul, electronic, soul, and orchestral, What Is This Heart is a thought-provoking piece of music. A concept album, the album explores different forms of love and perceptions of it while coating through several styles of music. From the hold music sampling (yes it samples cisco’s hold music) “Precious Love,” to the stunning orchestral power of “Pour Cyril,” Tom Krell beautifully challenges perceptions of what music should be.

4. “Goddess” by BANKS

A follow up to her London EP, Goddess is the debut album by indie-electronic newcomer BANKS. True to her style of hazy, bass-heavy production with smooth, sexy vocals, Goddess also strays from the singers usual style offering acoustic tracks that show off a singer/songwriter style. Goddess flows effortlessly thanks to producers who managed to craft instrumentals that blend perfectly with the singer’s smooth vocals. From the dark electronic storm of “Waiting Game,” to the acoustic, coffee shop vibe of “Someone New,” BANKS creates a perfect niche for herself.

3. "I Never Learn" by Lykke Li

The magic in I Never Learn lies not in it’s deep lyrics, beautiful vocals, and dreamy production, but in the combination of those factors that make every song on the nine track album sound like a timeless classic that you’ve known and all your life. From the gut-wrenching heartbreak of “Never Gonna Love Again,” to the raw power of “Gunshot,” to the somber “Silverline,” Lykke Li has perfected her craft producing a modern classic.

2. "Kitten" by Kitten

Kitten, the product of 20-year-old Chloe Chaidez, is probably one of the most confusing releases of 2014. With songs like “Sensible” sounding more like Crystal Castles to songs like “Devotion” sounding like a Prince song, Chaidez shows off her incredible versatility as not only a young songwriter, but as a stunning vocalist as well. What Kitten lacks in cohesiveness, it makes up for in raw energy. With tracks like “Like A Stranger” sounding like the 80s pop/rock anthem you swore was a #1 hit and the incredibly powerful “G#,” Kitten comes as the birth of a star giving us only a hit of what’s to come in the young rocker’s career.

1. "No Mythologies to Follow" by MØ

It’s extremely difficult for even the most seasoned veteran to release an album with not a single bad track on it, that being said, MØ not only managed to release a 20 track album with not a single bad track on it, but she made it seem effortless. No Mythologies to Follow hits hard and it hits deep, with hip-hop and electronic inspired production and MØ’s clever lyrics. With the heavy hitting single “Waste of Time,” with booming beats and crazy electric guitar chords, No Mythologies to Follow is as fun, chaotic, and dramatic as the experience of youth it tires to chronicle.

Do you agree with this list? What were your favorite albums of 2014? Let us know on Twitter at @avdsnd!

Reasons Miranda Lambert Should Win Entertainer of the Year - 2015 CMA Awards
  • Second artist in a decade to win a CMA, ACM, and Grammy for the same album, Platinum
  • Most consecutive female vocalist of the year ( 5 in a row ) for CMA Awards
  • Most consecutive female vocalist of the year ( 6 in a row ) for ACM Awards
  • Opened a Bed and Breakfast, The Ladysmith
  • Opened her own shelter, Redemption Ranch
  • Started a shoe line
  • Two Sold Out Tours, Certified Platinum Tour, Roadside Bars and Pink Guitars 
  • First Artist to have 5 albums debut at Number 1
  • Wrote 8 Tracks of 16 for Platinum 
  • Started Scholarship for girls pursuing music 
  • Raised over $2,000,000 for Muttnation Foundation
  • Hosting 8th Cause for the Paws in September 
  • Named Nashville Symphony’s 2015 Harmony Award Winner 
  • First female to partner with Dodge Ram, wrote exclusive song “Roots and Wings” 
  • Wrote song “Two of a Crime” for movie “Hot Pursuit”
  • Performed a Superstar Duet with Patty Loveless 
  • Appeared on Junk Gypsies 
  • First Ever Covergirl of Country Living Magazine 
  • Gave away $200,000 to 50 Shelters in 50 Fifty States for the second year
  • Using her position in country to take relative unknown singer songwriters on an all female tour



finallyyy a version with Matthew McConaughey’s jokes in it!!