s_arahlynn What I love about Sunday. 3d

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s_arahlynn #lovewins #everytime
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s_arahlynn Today is also my little sister's 21st birthday! [finally] Bring your little self out to Nashville and let's celebrate! Love you, Taylor Nicole! 1w

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s_arahlynn Happy Father's Day to my baby brother as well! Kambrie is SO lucky to have you for a daddy. Watching you grow into a father has been one of the greatest joys for me. I'm so proud of you and love you more than you know! 1w

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s_arahlynn Happy Father's Day to my main man! I'm very fortunate to have such a loving, supportive daddy! 1w

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s_arahlynn I've had 3 people call me and tell me to come back home today. This little munchkin was the third and broke my heart when she did it. I haven't cried from being homesick in a long time but she got me today. I hate that she has to miss me and I can't come over ever time she calls and asks me to. She's the hardest part about being gone because she grows so fast in between the times that I get to see her. I'm ready for her to make a trip to Nashville! 2w

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s_arahlynn "We started a trend" #brofest #cmafest2015 #nashville 2w

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s_arahlynn The boys are the most fun. #cmafest2015 #nashville #riverfrontpark 2w

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s_arahlynn I had the best time with these boys this weekend! 2w

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s_arahlynn Loved getting to see @brandonlaymusic at #cmafest. If you don't know his music, check it out! 2w

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s_arahlynn I'm not sure who was more excited about this. @tylerfilmore 2w

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s_arahlynn 3 years ago this precious girl made her long awaited entrance into the world! She amazes me every time I talk to her. She's incredibly thoughtful and hilarious. I cant imagine loving anyone more. Happy birthday Kambrie Lynn! 3w

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s_arahlynn Missin this kid a little extra today. 3w

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s_arahlynn How was your Friday? Still laughing at @gehamm 4w

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s_arahlynn Reading this while being the only adult at the pool without kids is pretty much perfect. Happy Friday. 4w

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s_arahlynn 🏽🏼🏼🏼#Repost @saraevansmusic with @repostapp.
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I was on vacation last week visiting my mom on her farm in Missouri, so I’ve been out of the loop for a few days.  Now that I’m back and reading about Keith Hill’s (a radio consultant) comments about female artists in Country Music, I’m appalled! Mr. Hill did an interview and was quoted as telling radio decision makers to hardly play women at all and definitely not back to back if they want to have higher ratings.  He then went on further to compare women artists to tomatoes in a salad and compared the male artists to lettuce.  He’s basically saying that women artists aren’t as relevant as the men and that the “lettuce” should make up almost all of the songs you hear.  I’ve been very outspoken on this topic over the past few years and STRONGLY believe that there should be a better balance of the songs played on Country Radio.  Our genre has a long history of incredible songs written and sung by amazing female artists.  Could you imagine a world with no “Coal Miner’s Daughter,” “I Will Always Love You,” “For My Broken Heart,” “Wide Open Spaces,” “Independence Day,” “Jesus Take the Wheel,” “A Little Bit Stronger” and SO many more? Those were all #1 songs at Country Radio and are songs of substance that say something and that move people.  I applaud my friends by speaking out and agree with the comments @martinambride, @mirandalambert, @FramLeslie with @cmt, and so many more have said.  I believe in great music and I believe it should be heard. Let’s all raise our hands for more “tomatoes” in our salad! #BRACountry! Leave a comment and let me know what you think.
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  •   rosesandsycamores Eh. I read the article and I think his quote was taken way out of context. He was speaking in terms of blatant data. Blame the industry (mainstream radio but especially record label conglomerates) for the overflow of bro country. 4w

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s_arahlynn @meagpar @rachc89 I think you were right when you were worried to leave the two of us in Nashville without supervision haha
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Me and @s_arahlynn at The Red Door
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s_arahlynn Yay for new neighbors that just happen to be a friend already! So happy you're here! 1mon

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