Leave it to Walker Hayes to drop an album full of quirks, sick beats and plenty of heart, all wrapped around thought-provoking lyrics unlike anything you’ll hear on country radio today.
What Makes You Country has Bryan diving deeper with songs that will no doubt survive the test of time.
Danielle Bradbery has grown up immensely since her last album and seems to have started a new and bright chapter in her career.
Once again Stapleton impresses with his latest release, From A Room: Volume 2.
The vulnerability Rice puts on display all throughout Lambs & Lions is a testament to his growth in the genre and shows promise of all that he has left to do.
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s The Rest of Our Life showcases the couple’s strong voices and undeniable passion.
The Anthology, Part 1 stands tall as a celebration of the producers, writers, and of course, Garth Brooks, and leaves you wanting more.
Early on in their set, Scott promised a memorable show and Lady Antebellum did not disappoint.
On Good Ole Days, collaborations are the name of the game, as Lawrence matched his previous hits with a wide variety of today’s biggest recording artists.
It was a true celebration of hits old and new when Blake Shelton took the stage in an intimate setting at Oz Arts Nashville.
Lee Brice’s self-titled album is filled with songs about real life and lyrics that instantly connect with listeners.
Ballerini’s sophomore effort, Unapologetically, is solid album from top to bottom.
Texoma Shore showcases what Shelton does best, combining a little bit of humor, a touch of romance and a whole lot of country.
Lee Ann Womack has earned the right to record whatever style of music she wants to, and with The Lonesome, The Lonely & The Gone, she achieves that goal and more. …
Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town, Reba, Dolly Parton, and more took the stage to celebrate the iconic Kenny Rogers.
Fans who loved the music on Remington will like what they hear on Granger Smith’s latest project.
These songs simply make one feel good and serve as the perfect music to celebrate the season.
When Was The Last Time showcases Darius Rucker’s strengths and gives radio something fresh and exciting to play.
Tyminski’s Southern Gothic is a versatile masterpiece both lyrically and musically.
“The idea of playing tonight was I missed playing,” Urban said at the start of his set.