“I’m in a good place, so I think it’s going to be a feel-good record,” the singer shares with SLN.
Kelsea Ballerini made the exciting announcement during an appearance on ABC’s Good Morning America.
When Was The Last Time marks the fifth album Rucker has put out as a part of Capitol Records Nashville, and will feature his eighth career No. 1 hit, “If I Told You.”
Set in their hometown down in Southern California, Temecula Road made the most of summer in their new video for “Hoping.”
The diary-like track goes through her each and every raw thought in the discovery of adultery and acts as a version of therapeutic closure for Twain.
Hitting their 17th career No. 1 this past week with their current single, “Yours If You Want It,” the trio continue to feel flattered over the attention and airplay they receive throughout their time in country music.
Creating butterflies with a spontaneously sweet lyric that could make any listener smile, Evans portrays the sparks that fly when a new love blooms.
“He’s just such a great example. He’s like a native in this business. He’s been in it for so long, so I’m very thankful for him,” RaeLynn shared.
Switching between the flashbacks of happier times and the cold reality of living in a home alone, Pearce sorrowfully sings through the heartache and loneliness confronting her in the hollow rooms.
Chase Rice is ready to bare his soul with the release of his new 10-song project, Lambs & Lions, out later this fall.
“From your blue jeans to your shoes, girl that night was just like you / Unforgettable,” he sings in the chorus.
Admitting that he’s a huge fan of Stapleton’s work, Styles wants to learn tips of the craft from the country singer whom he admires in his work and personal life aspects.
“That song was the catalyst for me when we were in the studio to realize that the record kind of felt like it was shaping me as an artist versus me as the artist shaping the record,” she shares with SLN.
His song will help honor the firefighters who died battling the Yarnell Hill fire in Bentley’s home state of Arizona.
Channeling the vibes of former tour mate Sam Hunt, Kelley and Haywood put a spin on “Body Like a Backroad,” using their #ROBElife as inspiration for the parodied lyrics.
The vibing up-tempo tune transports the listeners to an open highway with the windows down and that warm breeze blowing in as the country duo sings about taking a drive to happiness.
Representing himself as ‘Blake Buck’ among his forest friends, Shelton’s vocals make his role as an antlered deer look like a party in the cartoon bar.
Toby Keith is making sure that all of his fans get to see what it is like to spend time on a tour bus with the release of The Bus Songs on September 8.