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December 5, 2011 In 2011, we were equally charmed by Adele's broken heart and Beyonce's marital bliss. We were thrilled when The Book Of Mormon became the first Broadway cast album to hit the top ten on the Billboard pop charts in 40 years and pleasantly surprised when the Grammys discovered a guy in a Wisconsin cabin. The list of our 50 favorite records of 2011 starts with Adele, Alexandre Tharaud and more artists from A to B.
Ashton Shepherd's new album is titled Where Country Grows.
July 29, 2011 In these days of citified country music, Shepherd lives the life most country stars sing about.
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Ashton Shepherd's album Where Country Grows comes out July 12.
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July 3, 2011 On her unforgettable second album, the country singer refreshes listeners' sense of what's real.
June 2, 2008 Rock critic Ken Tucker reviews Sounds So Good, the debut album by 21-year-old country singer Ashton Shepherd.
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