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BILLBOARD PREMIERES HONEY COUNTY’S UPLIFTING “COUNTRY STRONG” MUSIC VIDEO
 

  Honey County
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Honey County Featured on Westwood One’s “Breaking Thru with Elaina” Podcast

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (July 16, 2019) – Honey County brings the country music community together in their inspiring new music video, “Country Strong.” Premiered by Billboard, the country trio dedicates the video to the resilient country music community and their ability to rise up through hard times. A portion of the profits from the song are being donated to ACM Lifting Lives, the charitable arm of the Academy of Country Music, aimed to develop and fund music-related therapy and education programs, serving members of the community who face unexpected hardships. The song can be streamed here.

“The feel-good pop-country track urges listeners to be strong in the face of adversity. With stunning three-part harmonies, inspiring lyrics and soaring guitar parts, the anthem strikes a chord.” - Annie Reuter, Billboard

Dancers Kristal Lynn, who was at Borderline the night of the shooting, and Annemarie Dunn choreographed a special dance for the debut of “Country Strong” at Stagecoach Music Festival in April. The song has since been featured on playlists like “Cool Country” on Apple Music, “New Music Nashville” on Spotify and “Stagecoach 2019” on Amazon Music. The song has also been played heavily by Radio Country Disney and Southern California’s KFRG and received rave reviews following its release.

Rolling Stone Country calls it one of the “best Country and Americana songs to hear now” and an “anthemic tribute.”

The Los Angeles Times says of their performance at Stagecoach “for sheer emotional impact, it will be hard for any of the superstar acts playing at the three-day Stagecoach country music festival to top what transpired Saturday.”

Huffington Post calls “Country Strong” a “heartfelt tribute.”

The Orange County Register labels it a “song for healing and unity.”

In addition, Dani, Katie and Devon were guests on Westwood One’s “Breaking Thru with Elaina” this past weekend. The trio continues to see much success from their High on the Radio EP release earlier this year, and several singles as “Love Someone” was prominently placed on the final season of CMT’s “Nashville” while “Los Angeles” was featured on E! News Weekend and its remix on the NFL Network’s “Total Access.” Keep up with the girls and additional tour dates on their website at honeycounty.com.

Honey County Tour Dates:
July 17- Nashville, Tenn. - Wildhorse Saloon
July 18 - Nashville, Tenn. - Gibson NAMM Official Event
July 18 - Nashville, Tenn. - Winner’s - Whiskey Jam
July 19 - Nashville, Tenn. - NAMM - Gibson Booth
Aug. 17 - Anaheim, Calif. - The Fifth - Women in Country Music Night
Oct. 19 - Los Angeles, Calif. - Outer Harbor/Berth 46 w/ Cody Johnson
Nov. 9 - Decatur, Ill. - Millikan University
Nov. 20 - Anaheim, Calif. - The Ranch 

About Honey County
Rooted in three-part vocal harmonies, southern twang, and pop hooks, Honey County is a female country trio featuring the stacked voices, songwriting and layered guitar work of bandmates Dani Rose, Devon Jane and Katie Stump. As one of Rolling Stone's “Top 10 Artists You Need To Know,” the band has maintained a busy schedule both onstage and in the studio, sharing shows with artists like Lady Antebellum, Brett Eldredge, Jake Owen and Easton Corbin. With a prestigious placement of their song “Love Someone” featured in an episode of CMT's “Nashville” this past summer, and the remix of “Los Angeles” on the NFL Network, the band is continuously working on new music fresh off the release of their EP, High on the Radio, in February 2019. At Stagecoach 2019, Honey County debuted “Country Strong” an “anthemic tribute” [Rolling Stone], to those affected by the Route 91 and Borderline shootings. The song went on to receive critical acclaim and be supported by Apple Music, Spotify, Radio Disney Country and more. A portion of the proceeds continue to be donated to ACM Lifting Lives. Their music can be heard frequently on Radio Disney Country, an early supporter of the band. Visit honeycounty.com for more information.

 

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Join Fun-loving Pug Puppy Brothers Bingo and Rolly on Paw-some Adventures
Around Their Neighborhood and the World!

PUPPY DOG PALS

 

Bring Home Over 2 Hours of Adventure on Disney DVD April 10th!

 

Synopsis:                      They're cute, cuddly and all collared up for pup-tacular adventures!  While their owner Bob is away, adorable puppy brothers Bingo and Rolly embark on exciting missions stretching from their own backyard to amazing locations all around the world!  With support from their "big sister" Hissy, a neighborhood full of animal friends and Bob's high-tech inventions, these hilarious heroes are always ready to unleash totally paw-some fun!

Voice Cast:                         Issac Ryan Brown as Bingo; Sam Lavagnino as Rolly; Harland Williams as Bob; Jessica DiCicco as Hissy; and Tom Kenny as A.R.F.

Creator/

Consulting Producer:     Harland Williams

Executive Producer:       Sean Coyle

Release Date:                    April 10, 2018

Ratings:                                TV-Y (US); G (CE/CF)

Run Time:                           144 minutes

Aspect Ratio:                     1.78:1 Widescreen (Enhanced for 16x9 Televisions)

Audio:                                  English, French & Spanish 2.0 Dolby Digital

Subtitles:                            English SDH, French & Spanish

Closed Captions:              English

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© 2018 Disney

Talkin' Pets News

March 10, 2018

Host - Jon Patch

Co-Host - Maria Ryan - DogGone Positive

Producer - Zach Budin

Network Producer - Quin McCarthy

Executive Producer - Bob Page

Special Guests - Anne Wheaton author of Piggy and Pug will join Jon and Talkin' Pets 3/10/18 at 630pm EST to discuss and give away her new book

Mara Bovsun, Features Editor at AKC Family Dog along with the DWAA will join Jon and Talkin' Pets 3/10/18 at 720pm EDT to discuss DWAA’s new program, “Young Writers on the Web,”

Walt Disney Studios and Marvel Entertainment has just released on Blu Ray, DVD, Digital, “THOR: RAGNAROK” and you can win a gift box this Saturday 3/10/18 on Talkin' Pets, game play will be announced each hour 5-8pm EDT

If dogs could talk, one phrase they are likely to use is “cheeese.” At least, that’s what you’ll be hearing after pawing through this adorable collection of candid canines called DOGFACE (Viking Studio, October 23rd, 2014, Hardcover & eBook). Like their human counterparts, dogs are expressive, care-free and photogenic. Their smiles, winks, head tilts, ear waves, and even the drooling will brighten even the worst of days.

DOGFACE is a one-of-a-kind collection of photographs that is a must for any dog lover. Author and photographer Barbara O’Brien profiles a wide array of dog breeds in this full-color, one-hundred page collection including a goofy Border Collie, genteel Great Dane, a curious Corgi to name a few. With incredible range of emotion, expression, and of course, cuteness, DOGFACE shows just how human dogs can be, and why they truly are “man’s best friend.”

Barbara O’Brien, a professional photographer and animal trainer, has spent years photographing canine actors, always looking for the perfect shot. She lives on a farm in Stockholm, Wisconsin, with her family, three dogs, eighteen cats, ten rescue Morgan horses, two ponies, seven sheep, thirty-odd chickens, five ducks, and three very naughty goats. To say she is an animal lover is an understatement.

www.barbaraobrienphoto.com

“A fun book! Life’s a Bark captures the spirit of what is fundamentally canine and offers lots of ideas of how we can practically insert what dogs teach us into our lives, no matter what life throws our way.”
—Steve Dale, author of Chicago Tribune’s nationally-syndicated column My Pet World and host of Steve Dale’s Pet World, WGN Radio-Chicago 
What You Can Learn about Life and Love…from Your Dog Canine Expert Larry Kay Shares How Your Dog Can Unlock the Simple Joys in Your Life 
Larry Kay says, “Treat me like a dog.” It sounds funny, but he’s right: the days are long gone when being “treated like a dog” was a bad thing. What if we treat everyone—ourselves included—the way beloved dogs treat us: with loyal companionship? New research proves what dog lovers have long known: their canine friends can connect with humans on a deep emotional level, with empathy, compassion, and care. 
In his upcoming book, Life’s a Bark: What Dogs Teach Us About Life and Love (ISBN: 9781402293498; JUNE 2014; $14.99 U.S.; Gift; Hardcover), dog-training expert Larry Kay explores the question: “How might we change for the better if we took lessons from the dog’s playbook of life?”  
Filled with 123 touching photos, 60 hilarious and heartwarming lessons, and packed with practical tips on life  and love, Life’s a Bark shows dog lovers how easy it is to learn from their canine companions’ positive outlooks.  
Listen Well. When we need to talk, a loyal dog stays by us with patient attention. Try listening to someone without giving advice. 
Love Me As I Am. Dogs accept themselves as they are. When you have a negative thought, interrupt that pessimistic pattern by acting like a dog: smile and pant. (Bonus points for scratching your head with your foot!) 
Facts about Larry Kay • His Facebook page has more than 190,000 dog-loving fans • His credo is: “When we discover pets, we discover ourselves.” • His book on dog training won two national book awards • His dog-care DVD for kids won five awards • Canine journalism credits include The Westminster Dog Show, AOL, Dog Fancy, American Animal Hospital Association • His personal brand, Positively Woof, celebrates our human-animal bond with the Power of ARF: Advocacy, Readiness, Fun Visit Larry Kay— • Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PositivelyWoof • Website: http://positivelywoof.com/lifes-a-bark-press-kit