The class of 2017 New Faces of Country Music took the stage Friday evening for an unforgettable night of music inside Nashville’s Omni Hotel.
Attention all coaches from The Voice: please stick to the rivers and the lakes that you’re used to (a.k.a. keep singing).
New faces lead the way throughout the Country Radio Seminar lunch, which gave way to a look at what tunes will soon be blasting through the speakers of every country radio listener.
The three iconic singers brought down the house for a once-in-a-lifetime guitar siff-off in the Ryman for radio programmers.
Britton will join Ben Mendelsohn, Edie Falco and Thomas Mann in the Nicole Holofcener-directed comedic drama.
Marshall Herskovitz is answering all the burning questions about Connie Britton’s exit from Nashville and what lies ahead for the series.
Who knew that Karen Fairchild has the grit of an Olympic athlete when it comes to silly drinking games?
“There’s never been a song that fits my personality more than this one,” Eldredge says.
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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"...
“It has been an honor to be a part of that creation,” Britton shared in a heartfelt note to fans.
We got Rogers to let us in to the secrets lying away behind his lock screen for a quick rendition of “What’s on my Phone.”
It wasn’t the plan to create a song for that special day, but Dickerson is happy with the adoring response “Yours” has gained from brides and grooms all around.
Brown even got a quick tip of advice from friend and fellow country singer, Tyler Farr, to prepare for what’s to come on this kind of tour.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio has closer ties to Country music than one might realize.
After three different record labels and two unsuccessful singles, Little Big Town finally found success with their Top Ten hit “Boondocks.”
Collectively, the acts that assembled have placed over 1,300 singles on the charts, combining for an astronomical 171 chart-topping records!
The Opry has brought country music to the forefront of CRS since 2012 and has continued to transform the hotel’s Broadway Ballroom into the iconic theatre.
“It’s been good for my soul and I’ve learned a lot about myself,” Hayes says of the album-making process.
“This one is really cool because this one is kind of a comeback from a bit of a departure from not only radio, we went a year I think without a new single or close to it,” said Moore.