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“It feels good to know where you want to go,” he says. “You always have to continue to grow and evolve or else you’re going to get left behind.”
Cole Swindell’s new album was missing something, so when he heard “All of It” for the first time, he knew he had to record it.
There’s a sunny disposition that Chris Lane captures on Laps Around the Sun.
“It’s going to be a big jam,” Phillip Sweet describes. “The best thing about Miranda is that she’s such a lover of music. We can sit on a patio and open a bottle of wine and just have a great jam session with her, so that’s what this party is going to be.” …
“It’s going to be a big jam,” the band’s Phillip Sweet describes.
Devin Dawson sought inspiration from real life when it came time to co-writing his new single, “Asking For A Friend.”
Australia native Morgan Evans has been working hard on his U.S. debut album, which features songs about his wife Kelsea Ballerini.
Dan + Shay’s self-titled project demonstrates not only how they’ve evolved musically, but also proves the purity in their songwriting.
“It’s a great honor for him,” said his wife, Mary.
Vince Gill & Cam, among others, showed their support for the LGBTQ community when they joined Ty Herndon’s Concert For Love & Acceptance.
Craig Campbell was joined by his many friends to help raise money for colorectal cancer research at his annual Cornhole Challenge.
Carrie Underwood came away victorious when she won the award for Female Video of the Year at the 2018 CMT Music Awards.
Dierks Bentley and Brothers Osborne were on fire during their rambunctious performance of their smash “Burning Man.”
Jason Aldean took to the stage sans Miranda Lambert for a performance of his latest hit, “Drowns The Whiskey” at the 2018 CMT Awards.
Blake Shelton took to the rooftop of his new bar and grill, Ole Red, for a special performance of his new song on the CMT Awards.
Devin Dawson is looking forward to the 2018 CMA Music Festival for many reasons, but the main one is getting to see his fans in one place.
Michael Ray shows immense growth with his latest release, Amos, which shows off a well-rounded artist capable of honesty and depth.
“I’ve met countless people who have been inspired by the song to give cars to families in need, pay it forward, adopting children, etc. in response to the song. It’s crazy what the story of Craig and me is causing,” he explained in the note.
“Our veterans and their families sacrifice so much for us to live in this country and to have the freedoms that we have. Any time I can do anything to help, it’s a no-brainer for me,” said Rucker.