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  • Jelly Roll sued by Philadelphia musician Jellyroll for trademark infringement

    Scott Kirkland/DisneyHow many Jelly Rolls is too many? For one Philadelphia musician, there can only be one, and it's him.Jelly Roll, born Jason DeFord, has been hit with a lawsuit by musician Kurt Titchenell, who performs with his band under the name Jellyroll. According to legal documents obtained by ABC News, Titchenell says he and his band have been performing at weddings, galas and charity events in the Philadelphia area under that name since 1980; he trademarked the name in 2010.Grammy-winning singer Jelly Roll, meanwhile, says he adopted that name because his mom called him that as a kid. He began releasing mixtapes as Jelly Roll in 2003. Titchenell claims that by using the name, Jelly Roll is violating his trademark. The suit alleges that currently, if you Google the name, you get "as many as 18-20 references" to the Jelly Roll of "Need a Favor" fame "before any reference to plaintiff’s entertainment dance band known as Jellyroll can be found.”According to the suit, Titchenell's lawyers sent a cease-and-desist letter to Jelly Roll in February, and though there were "conversations," they didn't come to an agreement. Titchenell's attorneys write in the suit, "At one point, defendant’s counsel inquired as to whether defendant really was in competition with plaintiff.”The suit now seeks an immediate court order to stop Jelly Roll from using the name, saying that his continued use of it will "irreparably harm" Titchenell and cause "actual confusion, mistake, and deception" in the marketplace — especially given the fact that Jelly Roll has a concert planned in Philadelphia in October.At press time, Jelly Roll's team had not responded to ABC Audio's request for comment.Copyright © 2024, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.

  • Nashville notes: Fresh tracks from Avery Anna, Ryan Hurd + Vincent Mason

    Avery Anna has dropped an autobiographical new breakup song, "Two Sides of the Story." "I felt a lot of closure writing this song. To me it conveys the acceptance after heartbreak when you truly know that no matter what happened, and who is to blame, the outcome is the same. All that’s left to do at that point is move on," Avery reflects to the press."To a T" singer Ryan Hurd has teamed up with pop artist Sasha Alex Sloan for a ruminative new track, "Go to Bed Sober." Ryan and Sasha penned it with King Henry, and it's the follow-up release to "Midwest Rock & Roll." Up-and-coming country singer/songwriter Vincent Mason's new track, "Livin' Proof," has arrived. "'Livin' Proof' was written about a heartache so bad that you become unrecognizable to your friends and even yourself," Vincent shares.  Copyright © 2024, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.

  • Riley Green super serves fans with 'Way Out Here' EP

    Courtesy of Nashville Harbor Records & EntertainmentRiley Green is celebrating the kickoff of his annual Duckman Jam at Flora-Bama with a new EP, Way Out Here.Out now, the seven-song set includes the earlier released "Worst Way" and its title track, as well as a cover of Bruce Springsteen's "Atlantic City.""We’ve been playing these new songs on the road and wanted to get them to the fans [as] soon as possible," Riley say in a press release. "I’m always working on new music and have more coming throughout the year."Riley's Way Out Here EP was preceded by his latest full-length album, Ain't My Last Rodeo, which arrived in 2023.Here's the Way Out Here EP track list:"Jesus Saves""Way Out Here""Atlantic City""Good Morning from Mexico""Damn Good Day to Leave""Pick a Place""Worst Way" Copyright © 2024, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.

  • Cole Swindell drops personal love song, "Forever to Me"

    Courtesy of Warner Music NashvilleArt imitates life for Cole Swindell in his new song, "Forever to Me."Co-written by Cole, the romantic ode follows a guy recounting putting a ring on his sweetheart and all it entails."She gave eighteen summers to Caroline/ Spent a few more wild and free/ Gave a long shot chance to a Georgia boy in Tennessee/ I gavе a promise to her daddy/ And a grass stain to my knee/ I mighta gave hеr the diamond, but she gave forever to me," Cole sings in the chorus."To be living in a moment and get to write about it, I don’t think it can ever get more real than that," says Cole, who's engaged to Courtney Little. "Outside of 'You Should Be Here,' I think this song is honestly one of the most personal songs I have written and shows exactly where I am in my life.""Greylan [James], Rocky [Block] and I knew from the time we sat down to write this song that it was special," he recounts. "This is one I think a lot of folks can relate to in some way- either what you dream about one day or what it is like to finally find your forever.""Forever to Me" previews Cole's forthcoming as-yet-untitled fifth album.Coming up, Cole will kick off his Win The Night Tour May 16 in London, Ontario. For tickets and a full list of dates, head to coleswindell.com.Copyright © 2024, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.

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