The TV spot features Rimes pulling up to a dusty motel in a silver convertible to pick up McEntire for their adventure.
Maddie Conrad (Lennon Stella) mixes business with pleasure by recording a duet with Jonah called “Will You Feel the Same” while getting their flirt on in this week’s episode of Nashville.
Before the cover performance, Urban also announced that he and Kelsea Ballerini would be hitting the road together during the summer of 2018 in promotion of his new music.
“I think that’s the whole value in the creative process and being a songwriter, being a musician, is being truly authentic and honest to who you are and how you see the world,” Pell told SLN.
The personal gratitude expressed in the lyrics, mixed with a track that leans heavily on some bigger sounds, is the perfect way to introduce the album,” Bentley revealed.
Instead of letting one silly man ruin her idea of love, Kalie Shorr moves on to a special someone who supports her in “Two Hands.”
The Louisiana native had a hand in writing each of the album’s 12 tracks.
Carly Pearce had big dreams of a music career from a young age. The Kentucky native says she had aspirations to move to Nashville as early as elementary school. As she explains, she always felt her destiny was to sing country music.
In January 2017, that dream became reality when she signed a…
Altogether a standout release, Dark Horse introduces Devin Dawson as an artist and songwriter who needs to be heard.
“I Could Use A Love Song” is the third single from Morris’ debut release, HERO.
“Looking in your eyes, yeah it’s all so clear / Every time you smile, I know why I’m here / Wherever I go and whatever I do / I was born to love you, I was born to love you.”
Jessie James Decker is six months pregnant and fierce in the music video for her new song “Flip My Hair.”
Decker is all about female empowerment in the simple, yet strong video that features the singer and a crew of fearless, pregnant women all dressed in black bodysuits, performing various choreography numbers in…
Scotty McCreery is giving fans a glimpse of what to expect from his new album, Seasons Changes, with the song “Wherever You Are.”
“This project is the first time I’ve tuned everything else out but my own gut feeling on who I am and what makes me unique,” Shorr revealed in a press release.
Davis also debuted the accompanying music video for his debut single, “Singles You Up.”
While the track highlights the ‘champions’ heading into Super Bowl LII, the song has also been selected by NBC Sports for its coverage of the 2018 Olympic Winter Games.
Two songwriters are accusing Sheeran and his co-writers of “blatant copying” of a song they wrote called “When I Found You.”
Charlie Daniels is celebrating his 20th Volunteer Jam with a star-studded lineup of acts.
The Dixie Chicks are giving fans the chance to re-live their MMXVI World Tour.
Breaking the pop track down to its acoustic basics, Ell’s rendition brings a bit of country sass to the funky single.