Last year, the band decided to record an album in Nashville and the result is These Are the Days.
“Ohhhh, Sunday night…”
Kelsea Ballerini and Carly Pearce have been friends ever since they met in a support group for rising female country artists.
From teaching boy band dance moves to kicking it at FGL’s houses, the Backstreet Boys appreciate the bonding moments they’ve shared with the country duo.
These songs are perfect for those days that require a good, hard cry.
Jake Owen has overcome many personal obstacles and is now living his best life by the mantra ‘life’s whatcha make it.’
Nine additional winners will be selected to go home with a NOW Country 11 CD.
When anyone decides to begin a career in country music, the first person to welcome them into the family is likely Darius Rucker.
Chris Stapleton is looking forward to continuing his working and personal relationship with pop superstar Justin Timberlake.
More Chris Young tour dates coming at ya!
Thomas Rhett is already looking to the follow-up for his massively successful Life Changes album, which has sent four singles to radio.
“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.”