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Hart Street Entertainment Announces Re-Launch of ‘That’s Country Y’all’

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Nashville, TN (March 2016) — Nashville-based Entertainment Company, Hart Street Entertainment, announced that it will relaunch the entertainment brand and media outlet, That’s Country Y’all, created by President & CEO Zach Farnum in 2013.

Cynthia Aycock, formerly with Digital Rodeo, will represent the media outlet as Editor-in-Chief.

That’s Country Y’all was created to educate fans about (primarily country) recording artists, their lives, and the stories behind their songs. This goal is attained through extensive research and interaction with the people who make the music that fans hear and enjoy. TCY brings country fans interviews with artists, songwriters, and industry veterans, songwriters’ rounds, album reviews, and blogs from fans, professionals, and radio personalities to better connect them with the country music industry, Music Row, and Nashville, Tennessee.

Website- http://www.thatscountryyall.com

Source- Hart Street Entertainment

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One thought on “Hart Street Entertainment Announces Re-Launch of ‘That’s Country Y’all’

  1. I am so happy that you are bringing back TCY!!! Looking forward to the first installment!

    Posted by Cheryl Hawes | March 7, 2016, 10:45 am

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