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Chad Brownlee Brings New Single To Country Radio / Nominated For Two CCMA Awards

Country music fans are in for a treat as Chad Brownlee announces his new single, “Out Of The Blue,” which officially impacts Country radio airwaves today and is available here. The fifth release from his JUNO Award nominated “Hearts On Fire” album on MDM Recordings/Universal Music Canada, follows the GOLD-certified “I Hate You For It” and back-to-back Top 10 hits “Hearts On Fire”, “Somethin’ We Shouldn’t Do” and “Might As Well Be Me”.

“Out of The Blue is a feel good summer song about that spontaneous moment someone walks into your life when you least expect it,” shares Brownlee. “They literally appear out of the blue in the best way possible!”

At the forefront of Canadian Country artists, Brownlee earned two 2017 Canadian Country Music Association Award nominations last week for “Male Artist of the Year” and the 2017 Apple Music Fans’ Choice Award.  For full details on how to vote for the 2017 Apple Music Fans’ Choice Award, CLICK HERE. The winner of this coveted award will be announced during the 2017 CCMA Awards show in Saskatoon, SK on September 10th.

Currently, fans can check out Brownlee’s highly praised live show throughout the summer including a main stage performance at Boots & Hearts Music Festival on August 12th.

 

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