Country music icon Clint Black is headed back on the road this fall for his “On Purpose” Tour!
Just as the theme of the song sheds a light toward finding happiness in the darkest of places, Worsham seems chill and relaxed as he brings his new track to life throughout each and every scene of the video.
While White and his wife Alex have yet to start their family, the foot-stomping singer has seen what life is like for ZBB front man Zac Brown, who has five little ones at home.
Willie Nelson is firing back at the rumor mills after years of death hoaxes in the new music video for “Still Not Dead.”
Filmed while in Los Angeles, the video shares how Lady A got back to the basics.
This year’s City of Hope Celebrity Softball Game will take place on Saturday, June 10 at First Tennessee Park, home of the Nashville Sounds.
Jake Owen waited 13 years for a headlining show in Nashville & his near capacity performance proved that some things in life are worth the wait.
Keeping in line with the Night to Shine event, the band invited participants from the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities to help with background vocals.
In a partnership with Williams Sonoma, Trisha’s Kitchen collection will feature biscuit mix, a cocktail mix, barbecue sauce and several other products.
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'...
Willie Nelson’s genius on his new album, God’s Problem Child, is as telling as it ever has been, we’re glad to report.
“Working with Kristian Bush over the past eight months has just been life-changing,” she raves. “He’s like reinvigorated my whole passion and the reason why I got into the music industry in the first place.”
Belmont University recently honored its dedication to music with the opening of The Gallery of Iconic Guitars for all to come and cherish historical instruments.
Among the collection are stunning guitar straps, leather and beaded stackable bracelets, suede journals, stemless wine glasses, custom water bottles, totes and much more.
The 2017 Radio Disney Music Awards will be held at Los Angeles’ Microsoft Theater on Saturday (April 29) and will air on the Disney Channel on Sunday (April 30) at 7PM ET.
During a sold out show at University of Georgia’s Sanford Stadium in 2013, Jason Aldean invited Ludacris on stage to help with “Dirt Road Anthem.”
Wedding bells are taking a backseat to squeaky toys.
Although he’s keeping pretty mum about the various details regarding the upcoming project, Rhett took a solid chunk out of his time at the beginning of the year to focus in on his craft and deliver his best record to date.
While hitting the road for Bentley’s What the Hell Tour this spring, all three guys have created a steady bromance like no other and have valued the time spent together while performing to crowds all across the country.
“My problem isn’t unique, or rare, but the exercises are very different than for nodules, and I can’t get an operation for mine,” Twain revealed in an interview.