We first heard George Clooney’s new song “Man of Constant Sorrow” in O Brother Where Art Thou? and a new world of music was opened to the masses. We only later found out the song was neither new nor sung by George Clooney. Clooney was lipping over the flawless high lonesome chops of Dan Tyminski […]
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John Lomax’s Historic 1934-1940 South Carolina Recordings Available Online (Free)
The American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress, the Association for Cultural Equity, and the Charles Joyner Institute for Gullah and African Studies at Coastal Carolina University are pleased to announce that the entirety of John A. Lomax’s historic South Carolina recordings—made between 1934 and 1940 under the aegis of the Library of Congress’ Archive […]
Tune In! Carly Pearce To Reveal ACM Radio Awards Winners On ACM Facebook Today!
Carly Pearce will reveal the ACM Radio Award winners via the Academy of Country Music Facebook, which will also be revealed on February 19th at 9:30am PT/11:30am CT/12:30pm ET at CRS (Country Music Seminar) 2020. The chart-topping singer-songwriter will also return for a second time to host the annual ACM Radio Awards Reception on Saturday, […]
New Music Friday Alert…Check Out Some Of Our Favoirte Artists’ New Music Here!
Happy Valentine’s Day country music lovers. Whether you are single or with that special someone there is one thing that is for sure today – you aren’t alone thanks to the fantastic new music your favorite artists have released. From fresh Luke Bryan to flawless Carly Pearce there is something for everyone this Valentine’s Day. […]
John Anderson’s “Tuesday I’ll Be Gone” With Blake Shelton…Listen Here!
Legendary country artist John Anderson’s new song, “Tuesday I’ll Be Gone,” with special guest Blake Shelton is out now! Of the collaboration, Anderson shares, “I’m super excited about the new song with Blake. It was a dream to record with him at Easy Eye Sound. I also can’t wait to see everyone on the upcoming ‘Friends and Heroes’ tour […]
Russell Dickerson Drops New Single: “Love You Like I Used To”
Triple Tigers’ multi-platinum entertainer, Russell Dickerson, releases his long-awaited lead track “Love You Like I Used To” off his new album due out later this year. The Nashville-based chart mainstay who has seen back-to-back arrivals with every single since his debut (“Yours,” “Blue Tacoma,” “Every Little Thing”), announced the release to his multitude of fans […]
Tenille Townes’ “Road To The Lemonade Stand” EP Out Now!
Tenille Townes’ new EP, “Road to the Lemonade Stand”, is out now via Columbia Nashville… “It makes my heart so happy that this EP is out in the world with this collection of songs and that we are headed towards the full album coming in the spring! I’ve been hearing people on the road ask about […]
Kane Brown To Play In 2020 NBA All-Star Celebrity Game On February 14th
NBA officially released their 2020 Celebrity Game line up, naming Kane Brown to the team. In addition to Brown, each team features a star-studded array of participants across the music, film, television and sport industries. The event will emanate from the Wintrust Arena…home of the WNBA Chicago Sky…in Chicago, Ill. ESPN will exclusively televise the […]
Jon Pardi Hosts Motorcycle Ride & Concert To Benefit ACM Lifting Lives
Jon Pardi will host the Motorcycle Ride and Concert to benefit ACM Lifting Lives on Friday, April 3rd, leading up to the 55th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards. Riders will enjoy an hour-long scenic drive through rural Nevada beginning at 11 a.m. at Stoney’s Rockin’ Country (6611 Las Vegas Blvd. S.), and the ride […]
Congrats! Maren Morris’ “The Bones” Reaches #1 At Country Radio
Maren Morris’ “The Bones” reaches #1 on country radio this week, making it the first solo female Billboard country #1 since her single “GIRL” topped the chart last summer. This is also the first solo female back-to-back #1 since 2016 and Maren’s fourth #1 Billboard country airplay single to date. Additionally, Morris is appearing on the 50th season of “Sesame Street” in […]