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Learn about how New York Life’s Women’s Markets team serves as a vital resource for agents in helping them to support and serve women, their families, and their businesses. Visit http://nyl.co/careers to learn more and talk to a recruiter.

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Country outlaws The Divorcees serve a double shot of blue-collar frustration on Must Be Nice [Video]

Reeling from a litany of hard knocks is a reality the Divorcees know all too well; and now the five New Brunswick-based country outlaws are letting it all hang out on their latest single, Must Be Nice. Never shying away from whats real and how to pen it, this old-school country group has done it again, speaking tough, unabashed honesty from lives lived to an audience who are right there with them. Must Be Nice is a song with grit and groove, simmering in thinly-veiled anger towards big bank profits in the midst of working-class misery, and its this genuineness that members Alex Madsen, Jason Haywood, Denis Turtle Arsenault, Shawn Thomas, and Kevin Macintyre have yet to shy away from in nearly twenty years, keeping fans with them every step of the way. Must Be Nice is for every single hard-working person out there who gets out of a 12-hour shift from a job theyve done for years, the band said. Its for people who work for multi-billion-dollar companies for minimum wage with no health plans, needing food stamps to get by. Its for the ones who flip on the news to hear their company got sold out from under them. Its for everyone whos watched people make millions off other peoples pain without a care in the world. Its for the guy on the bus getting cut off by a guy in a BMW who whispers under his breath, Must Be Nice. A tried-and-true testament to the art of authentic country songcraft, Must Be Nice is a song of frustration, the band say. Its something every single guy in The Divorcees has lived. Here in New Brunswick, no ones got it easy. Were a poor province. Believe me when I say weve had our share of hard knocks. And when we see the richest of the rich living the good life while were picking which bills to pay and they dont even seem to care at all? Well, you get my drift. Must Be Nice is the newest single from The Divorcees most recent full-length, 2021s Drop of Blood out now; in addition to the 11-track LP, The Divorcees are releasing a documentary of the same name to complement the offering. While Drop of Blood is a very nuanced trad-country effort, Must Be Nice is a bonafide heavy hitter on the roster, packing heat every time it goes up to bat. True country fans will enjoy the funky yet twangy musicianship of the group a tune that fits seamlessly in the regular playlists of your favorite roadhouse or out-of-the-way dive. From the ingenious twin guitar licks to the earthy Wurlitzer sitting comfortably in the pocket, the tune is a perfect blend of sarcasm and groove with a gentlemanly nod to outlaw heroes. As with many well-loved country songs, its a dose of bitter reality cut with sly, self-deprecating humor the kind that goes well with a tallboy and a Jack after a hard day on the job. The Divorcees manage to both tell a relatable story, while masterfully compelling you to dance; thats what they do best. Their fifth studio release, Drop of Blood follows From Labour To Refreshment (2016), Four Chapters (2012), Last Of The Free Men (2009), and their 2006 breakthrough debut, You Aint Gettin My Country. With high praise from the likes of SavingCountryMusic.com and Exclaim! the Divorcees music has been featured in a wide variety of media and formats, including the film The Phantoms and the Heartland series on CBC, multiple music videos on CMT, as well as airplay on radio stations nationwide and around the world. Theyre two-time winners of the East Coast Music Associations Country Album of the Year plus several more awards from Music New Brunswick for good measure with national touring, well over 120,000+ streams, and five studio albums to their credit.

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How To Redirect Tax To Pay For Your Life Insurance [Video]

Do you pay for life insurance? What if I told you there was a way to get this free? In this video, I'll show you how to redirect tax to pay for your life insurance so you don't have to!To your abundance!Doug AndrewKey Moments In This Episode========================00:00 Intro & Summary01:21 Life Insurance04:59 Insurance Companies09:23 LASER FundWhat To Watch Next========================Life Insurance Done Right Does Not Cost Moneyhttps://youtu.be/201K2KkogpwDid you love this video? Want to learn more wealth and life empowerment lessons from Doug? Here are some next steps!========================How to Diversify and Create the Foundation for a Tax-Free Retirementhttps://laserfund.com/How to Lead Your Family/Business from “ME” to “WE”https://entitlementabolitionbook.com/Visit Doug Andrew’s website:https://dougandrew.com/Music========================Song: LiQWYD - Glow (Vlog No Copyright Music)Music provided by Vlog No Copyright MusicVideo Link: https://youtu.be/LrHW88Yc4CU30 Day free trial of TubeBuddy:https://www.tubebuddy.com/freetrial?a=bethehero========================Video by Nate WoodburyBeTheHeroStudios.comhttp://YouTube.com/c/NateWoodbury#DougAndrew#3DimensionalWealth#AbundantLiving

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