Sounds Like Nashville captured each of the artists with an homage to the past with the original Instagram… a Polaroid.
Fans can turn up the dial to hear “Like I Loved You” when it officially impacts country radio on July 17.
Racing fans will soon hear a familiar voice performing the opening theme for NBC’s NASCAR coverage.
Through fundraisers put on through the McBride family and their close colleagues, the family raised more than $30,000 for the Franciscos and MusiCares even stepped in to add another financial boost for the family.
“We’re working really hard at cultivating an album full of songs that mean something to us but also fit together,” Cameron Duddy of the group said.
Rascal Flatts crashed a Wisconsin wedding to perform “Bless the Broken Road” for the happy couple’s first dance.
Everyone from Lauren Alaina and Carly Pearce to RaeLynn and Lindsay Ell showed up to celebrate at Ballerini’s impromptu extravaganza.
Fireworks were definitely in the air for Janson and his wife, Kelly, when they wed a few years ago on the July 4 holiday.
The limited-run tour will kick off at the end of September in Hopewell, Virginia and wrap up on Veteran’s Day with a special celebration in Nashville, Tennessee.
Sometimes the best way to start a new chapter is to get back to your roots. With a fast-rising new single and a hot new tour, it’s obvious the strategy is working for Lady Antebellum. After a decade of hits, 18 million units in sales and numerous accolades, Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood took a hiatus to recharge their creative batteries and pursue solo opportunities. When they began...
Brad Paisley released one of his most ambitious projects to date with the audio and visual album Love and War. The compilation is a who's who in music as it boasts genre-bending collaborations with everyone from John Fogerty and the Rolling Stones' Mick Jagger to Bill Anderson and Timbaland. Additionally, it includes a co-write with the late Johnny Cash as Paisley put to music a poem that Cash wrote...
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'...
The duo’s mega-hit duet with the Backstreet Boys is the third consecutive No. 1 from the Dig Your Roots album.
The tour will kick off on September 14 in Boone, North Carolina and run throughout the beginning of 2018.
Paisley even enlisted the talents of guests such as Nate Bargatze, John Heffron, Jon Reep, Sarah Tiana and Mike E. Winfield.
Rascal Flatts cruised through their set after kicking things off with “Fast Cars and Freedom.”
After revealing his sexier side on his most recent No. 1, “Black,” Bentley decided to honor the summer spirit and his party mentality by bringing out “What the Hell Did I Say” as the next track to hit the airwaves.
Hitting their set out of the park, Lady Antebellum ‘looked good’ as they jammed out to their country catalogue of singles.
Could Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman get any cuter?
The host of The Bobby Bones Show will be added to the Hall alongside legends like Dick Clark, Larry King, Howard Stern and many more.
Pat Green has had a long career in country music and continues to forge forward as he’s recently released a new single, “Drinkin’ Days.”
Celebrating the occasion with fellow writers Ross Copperman and Ashley Gorley, Bentley knew how special this song was from the start due to its half-time echoing nature to the passionate subject matter.