“Somebody’s got to start the weekend / Somebody’s got to unwind / Somebody’s got to find that honky-tonk out on the county line,” he croons as the song opens.
Australia native Morgan Evans has been working hard on his U.S. debut album, which features songs about his wife Kelsea Ballerini.
As we enter into the second half of 2018, Sounds Like Nashville has chosen the best singles at country radio of 2018 (so far)!
Rory Feek of Joey+Rory is still as in love with his wife Joey as he was before her untimely death more than two years ago.
Dan + Shay’s self-titled project demonstrates not only how they’ve evolved musically, but also proves the purity in their songwriting.
After the two artists faced tough writing sessions, they easily fell into the lightbulb idea that Hayley Hubbard suggested as a pick-me-up to her husband.
David Lee Murphy earned his first No.1 single in 23 years with his Kenny Chesney-collaboration, “Everything’s Gonna Be Alright.”
“It was truly a joyful experience to be a part of,” Moore told Sounds Like Nashville.
Jason Aldean and Miranda Lambert are drinking away their woes in the new music video for their collaboration “Drowns the Whiskey.”
Harry Styles & Kacey Musgraves are impressing fans across the United States with their perfect pairing during the Harry Styles: Live on Tour.
Country newcomer Brandon Lay got the opportunity of a lifetime when Kenny Chesney invited him out on his Trip Around The Sun Tour.
Lane’s upcoming album, Laps Around the Sun, will arrive on July 13.
“Our goal is to continually feed people with songs. I want to make sure that it’s something I’m not afraid to say, and stand behind forever,” Griffin said.
“It’s a great honor for him,” said his wife, Mary.
Carly Pearce has worked for years on her craft, which has finally paid off as she celebrates her first CMT Music Award win.
“We can just enjoy the time with our family, enjoy Vegas, and see what it’s like and I do think if it goes over well, down the road at some point, we can definitely turn that into something a little bit bigger,” Hubbard explained.
Little Big Town’s acclaimed career will be featured as part of a special exhibit opening at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
The deeply personal project lead with the single “Get Along,” which has quickly entered into the Top 10 at country radio.
Within the overall Choice Country Artist category, the competition looks stiff between nominees like Morris, Kelsea Ballerini, Kane Brown, Blake Shelton, Carrie Underwood and Thomas Rhett.