“I feel like we’re just scratching the surface of what this song is going to propel in society,” Hayes explained of the song’s message.
Mo Pitney has been anything but idle since his debut album Behind This Guitar in 2016 as he’s been working hard on heartfelt new music.
The sold-out crowd ate up every moment orchestrated by Shelton, from his music riff-off with Trace Adkins to his duets with Brett Eldredge and Carly Pearce.
“See You Try” is the first single released from Campbell in two years since the success of “Outskirts of Heaven.”
“‘Queens Don’t’ is an empowerment anthem,” explained RaeLynn recently.
One of the album’s highlights will come in the form of a duet with Miranda Lambert called “Drowns the Whiskey.”
As the end of Nashville draws nearer, viewers can gain some peace of mind with the knowledge that a 29-track DVD.
Jordan Rager has many heroes he looks up to, the main being country superstars Tim McGraw and Jason Aldean.
Urban already let fans listen to his first two song releases, “Female” and “Parallel Line,” which will be a part of the Graffiti U era.
“It’s always a huge compliment when an artist loves your song enough to take the time and effort to rework it,” said John about the collection.
Musgraves tweeted that “Rainbow” was her grandmother’s favorite track off of Golden Hour.
“In Case You Didn’t Know,” baby, we’re crazy about Trevor Holmes.
From couples in love to families standing together, Bryan shows the strength in human connection to encourage positivity in communities everywhere.
The award recognized him as the first act to top five U.S. country charts simultaneously.
Anyone who bought tickets in advance to the festival will receive refunds at the point of purchase.
Blake Shelton is capturing the hearts of country contestants on NBC’s The Voice, earning two more with Bransen Ireland & Jordan Kirkdorffer.
Rhett thanked the fans for their support by putting out the behind-the-scenes look at the making of the “Marry Me” video.
For Scotty McCreery, the growth isn’t on the production side of his new album, Seasons Change… it’s in the lyrics.
“I think it captured the joy, the dream and the hope that made me fall in love with music when I was a kid and it reminds me, every time I play it, why I keep falling in love with music over and over again,” he explained.
Monroe’s album, Sparrow, will come out on Friday, April 20.