“I’m in a place in my career and in my life where I’m not willing to give music 100 percent of me anymore,” the singer admitted.
Could the Pistol Annies release new music after a four year hiatus? It’s possible, says Miranda Lambert!
The five-man a Capella group mimicked Ed Sheeran’s loop pedal skills with that of their own vocals to take on the pop radio hit.
“I want fans to hear some new songs and see a little bit inside of the first version of the song and a little bit inside of how songs are born, how songs start out,” Paslay explained.
“It was just doing that one take live, see what happens raw and real. If we get it wrong, you’re going to hear it. That’s kind of the idea of the Deconstructed,” Kinder explained.
From the silly game of guessing middle names to singing Coldplay songs at the bar, the country singer rewinds time with his lighthearted approach to love.
Remember the phrase ‘this is why we can’t have nice things?’ Mickey Guyton puts that thought to song in her new track, “Nice Things.”
“Here’s to the break ups that didn’t break us / Break down wrong turn that takes ya / To a little dive bar in Dahlonega,” she sings in the chorus.
The country superstar finally finds her true self within all the chaos of the cleanse as she opens the door to the beachfront views and a new life altogether.
Rhett helped pen 10 out of 14 songs featured on the upcoming effort, guiding his inspiration from the love between him and his wife and their blossoming family overlapping with the heightened success of his career.
The new version of Reba’s My Kind of Christmas will include collaborations with Vince Gill, Amy Grant, Darius Rucker, and Lauren Daigle.
“I’m in a good place, so I think it’s going to be a feel-good record,” the singer shares with SLN.
Kelsea Ballerini made the exciting announcement during an appearance on ABC’s Good Morning America.
When Was The Last Time marks the fifth album Rucker has put out as a part of Capitol Records Nashville, and will feature his eighth career No. 1 hit, “If I Told You.”
Set in their hometown down in Southern California, Temecula Road made the most of summer in their new video for “Hoping.”
The diary-like track goes through her each and every raw thought in the discovery of adultery and acts as a version of therapeutic closure for Twain.
Hitting their 17th career No. 1 this past week with their current single, “Yours If You Want It,” the trio continue to feel flattered over the attention and airplay they receive throughout their time in country music.
Creating butterflies with a spontaneously sweet lyric that could make any listener smile, Evans portrays the sparks that fly when a new love blooms.