“It wasn’t a groundbreaking song, it was just catchy and conversational and had a positive lyric,” songwriter Lance Carpenter explains.
Tyminski’s Southern Gothic is a versatile masterpiece both lyrically and musically.
“The idea of playing tonight was I missed playing,” Urban said at the start of his set.
Where I’m Comin’ Over was a glimpse into Young’s forward-thinking production skills with drum loops and R&B influence throughout, Losing Sleep ups the ante.
The often shy and soft spoken singer took the stage for a two-hour set that had him talking frequently with the audience and sharing some of the stories behind his songs.
We love Billy Currington’s singles, but here are eight album cuts that were equally great!
Galyon is the woman behind hit songs like Kenny Chesney’s “All the Pretty Girls,” Keith Urban’s “We Were Us,” and Miranda Lambert’s “Automatic.”
A festival centered around shining a light on songwriters and their songs, Island Hopper Fest proved to be an inspiring festival for both the artist and the listener.
After a decade away from the spotlight, Twain proves herself relevant on Now.
It’s official – Luke Bryan will join Katy Perry on judes’ panel for the reboot of American Idol, debuting on ABC early next year.
As the evening came to a close, the impact NSAI has had on the songwriting community was evident.
“This night is all about celebrating songwriters and who they are as people and how they let their lives inspire their art,” Lambert said several songs into her hour-long set.
Scott recently spoke with Sounds Like Nashville about the triumph of “My Girl,” his new deluxe album and an upcoming Christmas EP.
For those questioning where quality country music has gone, Midland is indisputably the answer.
This month, we take a closer listen to Shania Twain’s back catalogue and find eight gems that warrant airplay.
Kip Moore and Tony Hawk joined forces for Music City Skate Jam, a day of music and skateboarding at Nashville’s Music City Walk of Fame Park.
The singer says the name comes from St. John’s nickname, Love City, because there is a lot of love on the island.
Life Changes is Thomas Rhett’s most ambitious release yet, and has something for every listener.
With an album this good, Moore’s fans will surely be singing along loudly.
Current Mood is less cohesive than Lynch’s previous albums and instead takes on his wide range of influences and emotions.