“‘All About You’ is a fun, hillbilly kind of song, you know, with very, more new, updated, fresh production,” Turner explains.
The guys of Midland hope fans take the message of their new single, ‘Make A Little,’ to heart: the world needs more love, help spread it.
Post Monroe came on to the country music scene with empowering voices and they’ve only let time develop that passion for their new music.
The name of the project is likely derived from a locale close to Shelton’s home in Tishomingo, OK. The two spots are nearly 40 minutes apart from each other.
“I just hope everybody appreciates the fact that we didn’t play it safe, we didn’t make a normal sounding record,” Abbott confesses.
“Sleigh bells singing ‘Hallelujah’, stars are shining on us too, I want to thank you, baby, you make it feel like Christmas,” the couple sing in a clip featured on Stefani’s Instagram.
In addition to performing with Harvey, Twain took center stage to perform her latest single, “Life’s About To Get Good.”
Moving from Midland’s “Drinkin’ Problem” to Musgraves’ “Merry Go Round,” the tour group ultimately combined their vocals on a cover of ELO’s “Don’t Bring Me Down.”
“I set out with a goal specifically to make an album that sounded like an album,” shares Brice.
The music video plays in reverse while the band pieces together the hazy memories from the night before.
American Christmas, featuring 15 newly recorded songs, will be available October 6.
Thomas Rhett’s Life Changes is the first country release to top the all-genre Billboard 200 Albums Chart so far this year.
Covering Montgomery Gentry’s 2002 hit, “My Town,” Little Big Town’s one-of-a-kind harmonies were put on display for all to hear.
The rowdy group will bring the tour to six different farms this fall, serving up a helping of good country fun for a great cause.
boom. features the single “You Broke Up With Me,” which just hit the Top 30 and is still climbing the charts.
Friends of Gentry say the track was deeply personal and autobiographical for the singer.
Miley Cyrus ditched her wrecking ball for rhinestones and cowboy boots on her segment with BBC Radio 1.
In this SLN exclusive, Gretchen Wilson reflects on her career and dishes on her latest album, Ready To Get Rowdy.
Guests featured on the upcoming release include Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Dustin Lynch, and Tim McGraw.
Chris Young finds himself at the hotel bar with his special lady in the sexy clip.