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ENATION Perform on VH1

ENATION performed their single 'Everything Is Possible' on VH1's Big Morning Buzz Live with Nick Lachey. Co-host Jim Shearer dubbed Enation fans 'Enation Nation' - which prompted the #EnationNation from excited fans on Twitter following the band's NY studio performance.

Billboard.com Calls ENATION 'Tomorrow's Hits'

Billboard.com gave ENATION a nod to their growing career calling their new single 'Everything Is Possible' one of 'Tomorrow's Hits' and placing them in their 'New and Noteworthy' section of the site. The esteemed music outlet also said, "Now, the rock band is on the rise; it's 'Everything Is Possible...'"

ENATION Review: 'refreshing, stirring, astonishing'

FDRMX gave a glowing review of ENATION'S album "Radio Cinematic".

"A refreshing, and stirring coalesce of lyrics, atmosphere, and adventure. Radio Cinematic is just that, an exciting journey into the world of concept albums. The band is truly a group of euphonic architects, sculpting a sonic landscape that paints an intrepid perspective of love, wonder, faith, and addiction. The album revolves around this image of a young world, where everything is brand new, a setting which has been dubbed the Young World’s Riot." {cont.}

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ENATION debut song on Billboard.com

ENATION have debuted a new single, "Cinematic," from their new album Radio Cinematic, due tomorrow, October 14th, 2014. The band has also just debuted their new video for "Everything Is Possible," at Yahoo! Music. Listen to the track now! Here is an excerpt from the Billboard article:

Avery Barkley, Jonathan Jackson's character on ABC's Nashville, is still looking for his big breakthrough, but Jonathan Jackson + Enation, Jackson's band with brother and fellow actor Richard Lee Jackson, is making its own big move this month.

After a dozen years as an independent act, Enation releases its fourth album, Radio Cinematic, on Oct. 14 as its first for Loud & Proud Records. But Jackson tells Billboard he's happy the band took this route to the national spotlight. "I'm grateful we went about it that way because you learn about yourself," explains Jackson, a five-time Emmy Award winner and the first from the Nashville cast to sign an outside record deal.

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