Blake Shelton and Usher may have gone head to head as competitors on The Voice, but on Tuesday, the superstars came together for a good cause.
“I love making albums,” Smith says. “I really do. From the beginning songwriting to the mastering.”
Confidently proclaiming the benefits of taking care of one’s self, Lady Antebellum sings of finding happiness in solitude while still enjoying the little things in life.
Written by Runaway June member Jennifer Wayne, as well as Justin Lantz and Billy Montana, the lyrics embody how timeless the concept of love is no matter what the circumstances may be.
Although Shelton may be loved up in his own private life, he took on the role of the wedding singer at a gorgeous informal affair with a romantic lead-up in the video.
“My husband loved it,” Underwood admitted of her new song, “The Champion.”
“I can’t think of a better way to welcome CURRENT MOOD than with ‘Small Town Boy’ being in the top spot,” Lynch says.
This month, we take a closer listen to Shania Twain’s back catalogue and find eight gems that warrant airplay.
The track is a poignant reflection of the American dream being lived out through an immigrant named Jose.
“Today, in honor of Troy, we’re gonna do one of our favorite songs of all time…” Shay Mooney says in the clip.
The track, which is produced by EDM artist Alesso, bops like the next big club hit with FGL and Steinfeld trading off verses for an up-tempo love song.
Not following what fans would expect from the title, Shelton imagines a married life with the one he loves complete with the white picket fence and kissing in the kitchen in the sweet track.
“My travels re-centered me into what I’ve known is important in this life and that I need balance,” Moore explained to SLN in our exclusive chat.
Young appears on the songwriting credits for each of the album’s 10 tracks.
“I know in my heart that this is the best representation of me today,” Thomas Rhett says of his new album.
“We’ll be going back to where it all began while creating a brand-new beginning. It’s going to be a very special tour. Don’t miss it,” Keifer Thompson says.
The never-before-heard track tells the tale of bitterness resulting from infidelity within a relationship, with Clarkson’s vocals powering through the cheeky cut.
The new album features a mix of old and new tracks, including a duet with his daughter, Miley Cyrus.
Sounds Like Nashville’s September 10 Songs playlist features country music’s Luke Bryan & Shania Twain and newcomers Jo Smith & Dylan Scott.
Eric Church is giving fans a chance to relive his Holdin’ My Own Tour with the release of 61 Days in Church.