Though not a stark contrast from their previous work, Happy Endings manages to keep the band’s intoxicating carefree spirit alive while showing a sense of growth in the process.
“I think it’s a kind of snapshot of our lives, really, in a way, especially lyrically,” says the band’s Bill Satcher.
“As a female, to have that strong voice and yet still be a little bit edgy at times and be able to be fun and sassy, it’s just a fine line and I feel like we found it,” said Ell.
Dustin Lynch went back to his hometown of Tullahoma, Tenn. for the unveiling of his forthcoming album, Current Mood.
Fans already in love with the singer are bound to feel the same about the album and those new to his work will no doubt be converted with just one listen.
The Nashville Tour has been a great deal of excitement for cast of the hit show, who have traveled around the world to perform for fans.
Wakler Hayes opens up about his career struggles and shares how meeting Shane McAnally changed his life and career.
If the Nashville show was any indication of the album’s success, then Old Dominion is sure to have another hit on their hands. Happy Endings indeed.
Though they’re from North Carolina originally, the men of Parmalee call Nashville home now & told us their favorite spots to hang.
27861 proves how hard the four-member band has been working since their last release, 2013’s Feels Like Carolina.
Listen to Smith’s new single from his upcoming self-titled EP.
Between the Celebrity Cornhole Challenge and the following One Million Strong Benefit, the country star managed to raise more than $180,000 for colorectal cancer efforts.
“Tonight, all these artists are here for the Oasis Center that represents LGBT youth in the Nashville area,” Herndon told SLN.
Brothers Osborne had fans in the palms of their hands when they took the stage for a pre-CMA Fest show in Nashville on Tuesday, June 6.
Little Jimmy Dickens & Bill Monroe will be permanent fixtures of the Ryman after Brad Paisley & Ricky Skaggs unveiled lifesized statues.
Darius Rucker and Friends had fans grooving and shaking during the annual concert benefiting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Some of Nashville’s most prominent artists came dressed to the nines in their finest (and flashiest) 1970s inspired get ups, all in the name of cause near and dear to many of their hearts.
The catchy track draws from their real life experience of being on the road with a hectic touring schedule that takes them across the country. Needless to say, the guys are thankful to wind down when they return.