Filmed while in Los Angeles, the video shares how Lady A got back to the basics.
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.
Love and War is a roller coaster ride of emotions that blends the good and evil of our society.
Sounds Like Nashville caught up with frontman James Barker recently to learn more about the band’s new music and the stories behind several of their songs.
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…
The night truly belonged to Rhett as he cemented his headliner status to a heavy industry crowd who were on their feet singing along to his set.
Brad Paisley put his comedic foot forward when he hosted an evening of comedy as part of the 4th Wild West Comedy Festival in Nashville.
One thing is clear: the country genre is lucky to call Worsham its own.
Those lucky enough to make it inside last night found themselves treated to a two-hour performance of over 20 songs.
An empowering female, as she brings listeners into her life through her music she in turn has the listener reflecting on his or her own life within the heartfelt lyrics.
Underwood said she has picked up a lot from the families she’s met over the past year during her collaboration with Carnival and Operation Homefront.
“It’s our night to cut loose and have some fun,” the superstar told the audience.
Tin Pan South 2017 wrapped with an emotional show from Mickey Guyton, Victoria Banks and others, who bared their souls for the audience.
Jim Beavers, Bob DiPiero, Lee Thomas Miller and Richie McDonald performed at 3rd & Lindsley on Friday (3/31) as part of Tin Pan South.
The 90-minute set had the five songwriters sharing the stories behind their songs as well as some tales on how they’ve come to succeed in the Nashville music scene.
Barry Dean sheds some light into his life as a songwriter as well as shares the stories behind some of his many hits in this SLN exclusive.
For nearly two hours, those lucky enough to get in the door witnessed four of Nashville’s most respected songwriters perform up-close and tell the stories behind their hit songs.
A Thousand Horses are giving country fans a taste of their upcoming sophomore album with their brand new single “Preachin’ to the Choir.”
Shane McAnally, Josh Osborne and Old Dominion’s Matthew Ramsey and Trevor Rosen shared the stories behind the hits they wrote for Kenny Chesney, Blake Shelton, The Band Perry and many more!
This month, we take a closer listen to Little Big Town’s back catalogue and find eight songs that should’ve been singles on country radio.