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Jake Rose Honors American Farm Life in “Tractor Town”

Jake Rose Honors American Farm Life in “Tractor Town”

See the new "Tractor Town" video from Jake Rose. ... Continue Reading
Black History Month: Modern Artists, Writers Make an Impact

Black History Month: Modern Artists, Writers Make an Impact

On a Tuesday night in February, a crowd packed the 3rd & Lindsley nightclub in downtown Nashville to hear Wendy Moten sing all the songs on her new album, I’ve Got You Covered. The album presents her stylized readings of nine country standards, including “Ode to Billy Joe,” “Driving Nails in My Coffin,” “Don’t Touch...… ... Continue Reading
Garth Brooks Says, “Be Proud to Be Country”

Garth Brooks Says, “Be Proud to Be Country”

“Be proud to be country.” That’s what Garth Brooks had to say over the weekend at one of his stadium tour stops. “That’s the thing: country music is treated a lot like the distant cousin sometimes,” he explained. “But make no mistake: we have the best audience, we have the most loyal audience — and...… ... Continue Reading
ACM Awards: Top Nominees Include Maren Morris, Thomas Rhett

ACM Awards: Top Nominees Include Maren Morris, Thomas Rhett

Landing in five categories each, Maren Morris and Thomas Rhett are among the leading nominees for the 55th ACM Awards. Nominations were revealed early this morning on social media. Hosted by Keith Urban, the all-star event will air live from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on Sunday, April 5 on CBS. The Academy of...… ... Continue Reading
About 28 Years After Moving to Nashville, Keith Urban Gets His Turn to Host the ACMs

About 28 Years After Moving to Nashville, Keith Urban Gets His Turn to Host the ACMs

It’s been almost 28 years since Keith Urban officially moved from Australia to Nashville in 1992. And in that time, he has accomplished so much. Starting with his role as Guitar Player in Alan Jackson’s “Mercury Blues” video. Embedded from www.youtube.com. After that, Urban wrote and wrote and wrote, which is what he came to...… ... Continue Reading
My Unhappy Hour with Jessi Alexander

My Unhappy Hour with Jessi Alexander

What has always lifted me up when it comes Jessi Alexander’s songwriting is the way it brings me down. I think it was Lee Ann Womack who said it best: sad songs make me happy. So when Alexander and I booked a happy hour hang at Nashville’s Urban Cowboy — to talk about her new...… ... Continue Reading
Maren Morris Requests Your RSVP for 2020 Tour

Maren Morris Requests Your RSVP for 2020 Tour

Maren Morris will embark on RSVP: The Tour, with newly-announced dates beginning June 5 in Boston, and concluding with an October 17 gig at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles. She’s also scheduled dates in Ohio, Missouri, and Indiana. Oh baby, why don’t we just meet her in the middle? The itinerary also includes festival...… ... Continue Reading
Ian Munsick Takes a “Solo” With His Nashville Friends

Ian Munsick Takes a “Solo” With His Nashville Friends

Nashville musician Ian Munsick is putting his own spin on country with his new video for “Solo.” Backed by a group of friends, Munsick went with a grainy visual, almost like this performance video was unearthed from a forgotten VHS tape. By the way, who’s jealous of the awesome Western shirt? Take a look at...… ... Continue Reading
Jake Hoot: “I Have Been Writing My Rear End Off”

Jake Hoot: “I Have Been Writing My Rear End Off”

Jake Hoot, the latest winner of The Voice, is on the verge of releasing his first official country album. So cue the sound of 18,300 Twitter followers, 63,500 Instagram followers and 43,644 Facebook followers virtually applauding that highly anticipated news. And Hoot knows that he is blessed to have a lot of people waiting on...… ... Continue Reading
With “Kinfolks,” Sam Hunt Gets Reacquainted With Radio’s Top Spot

With “Kinfolks,” Sam Hunt Gets Reacquainted With Radio’s Top Spot

Sam Hunt, Luke Combs are on top of the country charts. ... Continue Reading