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Joshua Hedley “My Opry Debut” Episode Premieres At Rolling Stone Country

Joshua Hedley is the subject of the latest “My Opry Debut” episode, which premiered exclusively at Rolling Stone Country. Of the mini-documentary, Rolling Stone Country proclaims, “The vocalist offers a pristine delivery, reinforcing his reputation as one of country’s new crop of must-hear live performers.” Chronicling Hedley’s preparation and experience debuting at the legendary Grand Ole Opry, the video includes exclusive performance footage of “I […]

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The SteelDrivers

The SteelDrivers & Bluegrass Underground Celebrate 10 Years At “The Cave”

It’s been 10 years now since Grammy award winning band, The SteelDrivers, released their self-titled debut recording project.  The world-class musicians will celebrate their anniversary milestone in distinct style with a special performance at The Caverns, along with Bluegrass Underground’s 10th anniversary throwdown on Friday, August 17th.   The venue, better known as “the cave,” is located in the […]

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Rhonda Vincent And Dolly Parton Take The No. 1 Spot On Bluegrass Today

Rhonda Vincent and Dolly Parton’s take on the Elton John classic “Please” has reached No. 1 on the Bluegrass Today Chart. The hit song was part of “Restoration: The Songs of Elton John and Bernie Taupin” which also included covers from Chris Stapleton, Miranda Lambert, Willie Nelson, Miley Cyrus and more… This accomplishment comes on […]

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Ben Danaher

Ben Danaher & Maren Morris Co-Write On Newcomers LP Debut

“You can hurt and still feel lucky,” Ben Danaher sings on the title track of his deeply personal debut album, ‘Still Feel Lucky,’ out September 7th. Coming from any other songwriter, it might sound like a simple platitude, but in Danaher’s hands, it’s something far more profound, a moment of true enlightenment in the face of […]

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CJ Solar

CJ Solar To Open Two Shows On Lynyrd Skynyrd’s ‘Last Of The Street Survivors Farewell Tour’

CJ Solar, who celebrated his first Top 15 single with “Airplane,” has been confirmed to open two shows on Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “Last of the Street Survivors Farewell Tour”. Fans can catch the artist Rolling Stone Country named one of their “New Artists You Need To Know” June 29th in Raleigh and June 30th in Charlotte. I couldn’t believe it, when I […]

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Bobby Bare

Bobby Bare Plays Two Music Festivals Back-to-Back To Close Out The Weekend

60 years as a chart-topping artist and 83 years young, Bobby Bare shows no signs of stopping, playing a double-header on Sunday with performances at both CMA Music Festival and Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival. The country legend began the day with his friend Bill Anderson sharing stories and swapping songs on CMA Fest’s Close Up Stage. He closed […]

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Jason Hawk Harris

Watch Here: The Boot Premieres Jason Hawk Harris Video “I’m Afraid”

Los Angeles-based Americountry troubadour Jason Hawk Harris unleashed a new live session performance video for his barn-burning track “I’m Afraid” exclusively on The Boot. The song, featured on his debut solo EP “Formaldehyde, Tobacco and Tulips”, was inspired by a friend’s childhood story: His devout Catholic mother had placed a photo of Jesus Christ, bloody from his crucifixion, over his bed. As a […]

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Pearl

Pearl Releases Second IG Track “All I Got (Gina’s Song)”

California Country rocker, Pearl Aday has released “All I Got (Gina’s Song),” the 2nd IG track off of her soon to be released album “Heartbreak And Canyon Revelry”.  The release follows the exclusive video premiere of her live in-studio performance of “Mama,” the 1st IG track off of her June 15th release. The exclusive was shown on Society of Rock, I […]

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Brantley Gilbert

Brantley Gilbert’s Fired Up About Kid Rock Late Summer Tour

Brantley Gilbert established himself as a voice of the hardcore, hardworking American from his debut single, the #1 “Country Must Be Country Wide.” With a strong commitment to rocking hard, reaching deep and pushing Nashville’s boundaries, the outlier American Songwritersays, “never fails to deliver southern inspired anthems” joins Kid Rock for his “Red Blooded Rock […]

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