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Gettin’ Married: Joanna Smith Weds Longtime Boyfriend, Becomes Jo Eldridge

Singer Joanna Smith is off the market! Smith wed her longtime boyfriend in an intimate ceremony over the weekend, officially becoming Jo Eldridge in the process.

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Joanna Smith, ‘Girls Are Crazy’ – Song Review

In general, songs that paint an entire group of people with one broad brush stroke don't fare well on country radio, but Joanna Smith is hoping to prove 'em wrong with her new single 'Girls Are Crazy.' The peppy new track is fun and flirty, and a short hop backward for women in country music.

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Joanna Smith vs. Kenny Chesney – The Showdown

Both of today's Showdown competitors are no doubt thankful they don't have to face Craig Campbell, who won for a fifth straight time on Monday, meaning his song 'Outta My Head' will be retired to the Hall of Fame. Today and tonight on  Taste of Country Nights, fans of Kenny Chesney and Joanna Smith will be begin a quest to send their new singles on a path to enshrinement. 

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Joanna Smith, ‘We Can’t Be Friends’ – Song Review

If Joanna Smith's new single 'We Can't Be Friends' was released 30 years ago, we might call it a classic in 2012. Since the singer is relatively new, however (the sexy single 'Georgia Mud' barely cracked the chart in 2011 ), we'll restrain ourselves from over-selling this portrait of caged yearning. Smith is the perfect voice to tell the story.

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Joanna Smith Prepares for a ‘Creative Year’ Making Music

Joanna Smith began charming the country music scene with her breakout hit, 'Gettin' Married,' last year, following its success with the tender ballad 'Georgia Mud.' Smith has spent a majority of the new year honing her craft and preparing for her shot at stardom, as predicted by many of the industry outlets in Music City.

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Joanna Smith, ‘Georgia Mud’ — Lyrics Uncovered

'Georgia Mud' is the latest single from rising newcomer Joanna Smith. The song portrays a story of innocence and young love, very reminiscent of another "innocence" song that took over the world of country music in 1996: Deana Carter's 'Strawberry Wine.'

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Joanna Smith Visits St. Jude’s + More – Today’s Tweets

Today's top tweet comes from Joanna Smith, who, along with Jake Owen and Josh Kelley, paid a visit to St. Jude Children's Hospital this afternoon. The country stars were able to spend time with the children at the hospital, and Smith tweeted about a very special patient that she met. Taste of Country's next pick comes from BomShel's Kristy Osmunson. Osmunson was debating on giving up television after going on a viewing binge of bad cable shows. The last blurb that was circulated throughout the Twitterverse was from the Randy Rogers Band. The group will be performing on 'The Tonight Show' this evening, and they couldn't help but tweet a picture of Leno's ultra-cool Batmobile-esque car. Read today's Twitter highlights from @FarmgirlJoanna, @bomshel and @rrbchoir and make sure to follow us at @tastecountry.

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Joanna Smith, ‘Georgia Mud’ – Song Spotlight

Joanna Smith fondly remembers a romantic, if literally dirty, kiss from a long-ago summer on her second single 'Georgia Mud.' The track seems destined to follow her debut hit, 'Gettin' Married,' onto the country charts this winter.

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Joanna Smith, ‘Gettin’ Married’ – Lyrics Uncovered

Contrary to the song title, Georgia-raised songstress Joanna Smith is not 'Gettin' Married.' In fact, she even admits in a recent interview with us that she's not planning on getting married anytime soon. "I betrothed to my career," she happily says.

Clearly marriage was never a concern for the 22-year-old -- at least, until all of her best friends started getting hitched, and then she didn't have time to work on her debut album.

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Joanna Smith Discusses Weddings, Touring and Her Upcoming Album

Most Southern belles in their early-to-mid 20s dream of the day they will get hitched, but not Joanna Smith. The sweet yet sassy 22-year-old Georgia native celebrates independence while all her friends are 'Gettin' Married,' and can even laugh off a staged marriage proposal while on the Cold Beers and Reindeers tour. Carried by the inspiration from her "daddy," Smith delivers a defiant drawl in her vocals -- much like Miranda Lambert and even the Dixie Chicks’ Natalie Maines. Taste of Country got a chance to chat with the songstress, discussing her current passions in touring, playing mandolin and promoting her upcoming debut album.

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