“I listened to the stories in country and I was like, ‘Wow! I love books and I love stories’ and country music is a story to me,” he says.
Everyone has ups and downs in their life–even a superstar like Carrie Underwood. But while most people just cry, pray and do whatever it takes to work their way through the tough spots, Underwood has the opportunity to turn life into art. And that’s just what she does on her sixth studio album Cry Pretty, the…
It’s a blend of humorous tunes and poignant ballads.
Remember “My Own Worst Enemy?”
Rutledge is thrilled to have released his debut EP, Runway, with the help of country music veteran Phil Vassar.
After such a great night of music, those in attendance will likely have Georgia music on their minds for weeks to come.
Last year, the band decided to record an album in Nashville and the result is These Are the Days.
Country newcomer Brandon Lay got the opportunity of a lifetime when Kenny Chesney invited him out on his Trip Around The Sun Tour.
“He would love this record. He would love the guitar riffs and he would love ‘Summer Water’ and ‘Her World of Mine,'” Ray said happily.
Pals like Ashley McBryde, Lauren Alaina, Trace Adkins and surprise guest Brad Paisley showed their support by performing a couple songs each for the Ryman crowd.
Brad Paisley and Kimberly Williams-Paisley brought their friends together for a roaring 80s party to help the fight against Alzheimer’s.
Have you listened to Unexpected yet?
Acclaimed actor Kiefer Sutherland is pursuing his dreams of country music, a genre he appreciates for its innate ability to tell stories.
Rodney Atkins is a family man above all else, so it’s no surprise that his new music has taken inspiration from the ones he loves most.
Have you heard ‘Caught Up In The Country’ yet?
Scotty McCreery lived a lot of life in between his album releases and its aptly displayed in his latest project, ‘Seasons Change.’
The 5th annual Country Music Cruise was one for the books as guests were treated to performances from Alabama, Lorrie Morgan and more!
The videos were for the songs “You Should Be Loved,” “More” and “This Girl.”
The Bellamy Brothers are getting ready to let folks behind the scenes of their busy life on their new reality show, Honky Tonk Ranch.
“We said if anything ever happened to one of us, we wanted the other one to keep Montgomery Gentry going,” said Eddie Montgomery.