Keeping the banjo-picking at the fore-front of it all, Campbell’s instrumentality shines through to captivate the listener with a happy-go-lucky message that could last even when the clouds are gray.
Dressed to the nines in her stylish ensembles, Dolly Pawton gets all the other dogs at the park to bow-wow over her amazing eye for clothes.
Opposites most definitely attract, and that surely seems to be the case for Blake Shelton and his girlfriend, Gwen Stefani.
Justin Moore is praising the Poyen, AR fire department after the team helped put out an unexpected fire in his pasture.
Ella joins the 25-year-old’s Greyhound named Cole.
The country star recently traded her songwriting style for that of the journalistic kind while penning a brutally honest opinion piece about the female struggle in country music for Lenny Letter.
In celebration of their anniversary, Brice’s wife surprised the singer by letting their two little boys run up and give their dad a huge hug while he was performing a concert in Evansville, Indiana.
Taking the streets of Austin, Texas, in a faux wig and matching facial hair, the “Wagon Wheel” singer brings his guitar along to find the talent that lies within the heart of Texas.
The Preds, as Nashvillians dubbed them, will be taking on the St. Louis Blues for the first time ever in a postseason matchup.
Jon Pardi's star power continues to rise after a year of back-to-back No. 1 singles and a big win at the ACM Awards where he took home the trophy for Best New Male Vocalist. At his home in Dixon, Calif., though, he was always the star. An adorable 1991 clip of a young Pardi posted to YouTube shows the singer performing Alan Jackson's "Don't Rock the Jukebox" with a toy rifle in hand that he strums...
It has been nearly five years since Josh Turner released an album and this fact is not lost on the country singer. "Well, I definitely feel five years older," he tells Sounds Like Nashville with a hearty laugh, settling into a chair inside the studio at Audio Productions off Music Row in Nashville. In the midst of back-to-back interviews during a media day in support of his forthcoming album Deep South,...
Kip Moore is learning to take life one step at a time. The singer/songwriter has been moving full speed ahead since the release of his debut album Up All Night in 2012 with little to no time off. In late 2016, he announced he'd be taking a much needed break from the road. This doesn't mean he'll stop releasing new music though. In fact, it's quite the opposite as his new single "More Girls Like You"...
For many, 2016 was a year of significant loss. Music legends including Merle Haggard, Prince, George Michael, Glenn Frey, Leonard Cohen and David Bowie, among others, died last year. Many of these artists directly influenced country music's biggest entertainers, Rascal Flatts included. Personal loss hit close to home for Rascal Flatts, too. In a candid interview with Sounds Like Nashville, Rascal Flatts'...
“They’re raising a lot of money and they’re doing some great things for leukemia and cancer and AIDS and all sorts of stuff, so I’m happy to be here for that,” Scotty McCreery tells Sounds Like Nashville on the red carpet.
Get ready for the summer of Shania, y’all!
The show has signed on Kellie Pickler as the show’s co-host with Emmy Award-winning New York City journalist Ben Aaron.
Rather than keep it basic and let her true identity be known, the country star enjoys playing a little game of ‘Guess Who’ by experimenting with different characters to who she actually is.
Not only will Evans be in charge of this musical endeavor, she also plans to release her forthcoming album on the label, which will be distributed under Sony Red.
Written by Hunt, Zach Crowell, Shane McAnally and Josh Osborne, the summertime song gives off all the good vibes as well as a sneak peek of what’s to come on Hunt’s anticipated sophomore release.
“He and I are both the children of coal-miners,” she shared. “We grew up about thirty minutes from each other.”
This also marks a huge moment for both Paisley and his partnership with Apple Music for this endeavor, as the visual album will be the first-ever country music visual album ever put out by the digital music retailer.
The tour mates that box together stay together.
George Strait will continue his run of 2 Nights of Number 1’s in Las Vegas with several additional weekends of dates in 2017.