Coming in at a solid 13 tracks total, Lynch will explore a variety of sounds on his forthcoming creation from the traditional rhythms of country to a splash of pop, R&B and rock thrown into the mix.
Margo Price, Brandy Clark and Kacey Musgraves all expressed their praises toward Lynn’s legacy and celebrated her rags to riches life she earned through hard work and wit.
“Light It Up” is the lead single from Bryan’s upcoming album, which he teased is set to release “after Thanksgiving, but before Christmas.”
From admitting he loves to jam out to a little bit of Kendrick Lamar to revealing just why he namedropped Miranda Lambert into his single, Smith let Sounds Like Nashville into his life for a bit via text.
The fourth single of Swindell’s last record follows up the No. 1 successes he’s found with “You Should Be Here,” “Middle of a Memory” and “Flatliner.”
With songs this good, the evolution of The Cadillac Three continues to impress and has us excited for what comes next.
Although “Just Wanna Love You” started out as a melancholic longing for his wife, Moore flipped the script on the subject matter by devoting this romantic ode in a fun, upbeat approach.
The track is the lead single from Luke Bryan’s forthcoming sixth studio album.
“I don’t even know what to say…I’m beyond humbled & grateful for every one of you,” Ell shared upon hearing the news.
After a teacher laughed off her dream of making music for a living, McBryde was inspired to make that dream a reality.
Though not a stark contrast from their previous work, Happy Endings manages to keep the band’s intoxicating carefree spirit alive while showing a sense of growth in the process.
Tegan Marie is the youngest artist signed to a label in country music since Tanya Tucker inked her deal back in 1972.
Debuting October 13, the project will feature 13 tracks, eight of which were co-written by the Kentucky native.
In the end, Thomas and Lauren chose meaningful names for their two precious girls and they continued on the Southern tradition of the double-name phenomenon.
“Our favorite thing, other than getting to spend time with friends and family and have that crazy memory, is that we get to raise money for USO and Folds of Honor,” Niemann told SLN.
If you love to ‘sip a little wine’ just like Kelsea Ballerini, she’s got the shirt for you.
FGL House hosted the perfect space to catch a glimpse of the atmospherically impressive phenomenon.
“If this show doesn’t leave you full of the Christmas spirit I’m not sure what will,” said McBride.
“Somebody Else Will” marks Moore’s seventh career No. 1 on country radio.
“These songs either dig up some old yesterdays or make me look forward to tomorrow,” Niemann says of the tracks on his new album.