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article imageJoel Crouse celebrates new album with Grand Ole Opry performance

By Markos Papadatos     Aug 22, 2014 in Music
Nashville - On August 19, country singer Joel Crouse released his debut studio album "Even The River Runs," and he celebrated it the best way possible.
Crouse performed live on the historic Grand Ole Opry stage in Nashville on Tuesday night. His album, released via his record label, Show Dog-Universal Music, was well-received by Digital Journal, earning 4 out of 5 stars; moreover, it fared well commercially, debuting in the Top 10 on the iTunes Top Albums charts.
His live performance at the Opry stage featured such songs as his latest single "Don't Tell Me" and the album cut "Summer Love." He had also participated in an up-close-and-personal autograph signing before the show, as well as a live YouTube chat backstage in his dressing room, where he answered questions, and even performed an acoustic set prior to taking the hallowed stage.
Crouse's newest single, "Don't Tell Me," is already being featured on SiriusXM's The Highway, and he will be out on the road touring with hit country duo Love and Theft on their "Night That You'll Never Forget" tour, which kicks off on October 16 in Portland, Maine.
To learn more about rising country newcomer Joel Crouse and his tour dates, visit his website.
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