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What's Playing On TouchTunes: Tate Stevens; Michael Bublé; Phoenix; Eric Church; Brad Paisley; Jake Bugg

Source: TouchTunes | Released April. 24, 2013

Tate Stevens Debut Album Starting April 23, TouchTunes will feature The X Factor season 2 winner Tate Stevens' self-titled debut album across jukeboxes nationwide.

Michael Bublé Releases To Be Loved On April 23, TouchTunes will kick off a national promotion for award-winning vocalist Michael Bublé's eighth studio album, To Be Loved. Celebrated both for his original material and for reviving classic standards with a modern twist, Bublé is a three-time Grammy Award winner.

SEARCH TERM TouchTunes Features New Phoenix Album French alternative rock band Phoenix returns this month with their fifth studio album, Bankrupt!. Featured on TouchTunes, the album is the group's first release since Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix, which won the band the 2009 Grammy Award for Best Alternative Album.

New Eric Church Live Album On April 9, TouchTunes kicked off a two-week promotion for Eric Church's new live album, Caught In The Act: Live. A fan favorite across the network, Church was the 5th most played artist on TouchTunes in 2012, with his smash hit single "Drink In My Hand" being the 2nd most played song overall.

Brad Paisley Releases Wheelhouse On April 9, country music heavyweight Brad Paisley made a splash on TouchTunes with his ninth studio album, Wheelhouse. Though the album is being led by two singles, "Beat This Summer" and Paisley's #1 hit "Southern Comfort Zone," it's Brad's duet with LL Cool J that has been getting the most attention. The song, "Accidental Racist," contains lyrics that portray how Paisley feels about things like wearing a cowboy hat or Confederate flag T-shirt and having people assume he was racist.

Jake Bugg's Debut Album Mercury Records rising star Jake Bugg made his U.S. debut this month with the release of his self-titled album. Already a successful singer-songwriter in his home country of England, Bugg has garnered impressive comparisons to the legendary Bob Dylan.

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