Country Music Alive Launches New Features

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Country Music Alive now features a new logo, new web-design, RSS feed, and a blog.

Country Music Alive (http://www.countrymusicalive.com), a free country music e-mail newsletter and information source, is proud to serve its visitors with a brand new logo, website design, and a RSS feed to bring viewers the best experience possible.

The new logo was created by Sure Logos (http://surelogos.com) and is used on all e-mail newsletters as well featured all over the newly designed website. The re-design of the website is frame-free and is even easier to navigate all the features.

New features on the website include a section that is dedicated to several country music related charities along with the many other features that visitors continue to return to the website for including in-depth and honest album reviews, comprehensive album release date information, and much more.

The RSS feed (http://members.aol.com/cntryalive/RSS/feed.xml) allows for an even more convenient and faster way for readers to access information from Country Music Alive. The feed will be used to publish album reviews, news, and other special articles relating to country music allowing readers instant access to new information. This exciting new feature has been just launched on the website this week and has endless potential.

The Country Music Alive blog (http://countrymusicalive.blogspot.com) also has become a staple of the website. The blog includes editorial commentary on a regular basis on topics in the country music community.

Country Music Alive has been providing country music news, information, commentary, and one-on-on discussion opportunities with members for over eleven years. This unique country music experience is available to any fan free of charge. The owner, Kirk Fitzgerald, does not provide the website and its services for profit reasons, but as a way to give back to country music that he dearly loves. Fitzgerald is a member of the Country Music Association and receives all the information provided to its readers from direct sources such as record labels and publicity firms.

Fitzgerald strongly believes that fan clubs, radio, websites with a country music focus should take the time as a service to their audiences to let them know about Country Music Alive. The website and e-mail newsletter mission is to provide a positive influence toward country music. This continual promotion through a website that is not in competition but in concert with other sources of information can only enhance their desire to continue their support of all country music resources.

If you or someone you know has information that would like to be considered for publication and promotion through Country Music Alive or would like to help get the word out about this free service (including interviews), please feel free to contact Kirk Fitzgerald and he will be happy to assist.

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