Leave it to Walker Hayes to drop an album full of quirks, sick beats and plenty of heart, all wrapped around thought-provoking lyrics unlike anything you’ll hear on country radio today.
“Country music fans are the best and I think as long as I get to do this, they’re going to be a huge, huge part of everything I do,” Swindell shares.
When watching the singer’s short film based off her new album, you’re bound to see a piece of yourself in it.
Cam returns to Vegas with Strait for the final dates of his 2017 residency on Dec. 8-9.
With a chart-topping new album under her belt, Jessie James Decker is ready to make a name for herself within the country genre.
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s The Rest of Our Life showcases the couple’s strong voices and undeniable passion.
Gentry’s bandmate Eddie Montgomery also paid tribute to his friend during the 2017 CMA Awards, surprising the audience when he joined Dierks Bentley and Rascal Flatts onstage to sing their hit, “My Town.”
“We made a gametime call on whether to sing to a track or lip-sync. And we decided to lip-sync it,” Brooks told reporters backstage.
It was a true celebration of hits old and new when Blake Shelton took the stage in an intimate setting at Oz Arts Nashville.
Think you know everything about the “Body Like a Back Road” singer? Think again!
Texoma Shore showcases what Shelton does best, combining a little bit of humor, a touch of romance and a whole lot of country.
The country newcomer is spending time honing in on his songwriting in an effort to stand out within the genre.
Jerrod Niemann’s new album takes fans on a ride through the ups and downs of life.
The guys of Home Free open up about their new album and their “always evolving” sound.
“I want to make sure everything hits everyone in an emotional way,” Cam tells SLN of her approach to her new album.
In typical Dolly Parton fashion, I Believe In You will leave fans, young and old, feeling inspired and ready to take on the world.
If Yours is any indication of his career path, then Russell Dickerson has a long road of success ahead of him.
Home Free dazzled fans with an hour and 45 minute set at the Country Music Hall of Fame on Monday to celebrate their album, Timeless.
“I just hope everybody appreciates the fact that we didn’t play it safe, we didn’t make a normal sounding record,” Abbott confesses.
“I feel like if someone were to say ‘who are you as an artist?’ I have no problem handing over that album and go ‘this is me,’” she says.