Pals like Ashley McBryde, Lauren Alaina, Trace Adkins and surprise guest Brad Paisley showed their support by performing a couple songs each for the Ryman crowd.
The stars of country music fled to the beautiful landscape of Northern California for an intimate three-day festival celebrating the genre and all the wine from out west.
McBryde will visit cities across the country as well as international places like London, Glasgow and more.
The Opry will kick off CMA Fest week with two shows on Tuesday, June 5 with Carrie Underwood and two shows on Thursday, June 7 with Blake Shelton.
The inaugural Live In The Vineyard Goes Country festival, featuring Carrie Underwood, will take place May 15-17 in Napa Valley, California.
“I’m not on this Earth to have a successful relationship with somebody, I’m on this Earth to make music,” McBryde told us.
Ashley McBryde’s major label debut, Girl Going Nowhere, is a versatile release that highlights the singer’s distinct talent as a songwriter.
Also announced to play a few of their own songs during the Smokeout includes Midland, Drake White and the Big Fire, Aaron Lewis, Ashley McBryde, Kane Brown, Walker Hayes, Ryan Kinder and many more.
Luke Combs had the sold-out crowd at the Ryman in the palm of his hands as they sang each song back to him word for word.
The Faster Horses Festival will take place in Brooklyn, MI from July 20-22.
Country’s most buzzed about new act Ashley McBryde will prove the naysayers wrong with the release of her debut album, Girl Going Nowhere.
From the return of Sugarland to the No Shoes Nation revival, it looks like 2018 will be quite the year for country music tours.
As 2017 comes to a close, we’re looking back at some of the more memorable moments and movements within country music throughout the year.
We’ve hand-picked 13 new country artists that fans should keep their eyes on in 2018.
The newly announced 25-city leg of the tour will kick off February 1 in Toledo, Ohio.
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Country music will take over Indio, California from April 27-29 2018 for three days of non-stop fun.
Ashley McBryde and Adam Doleac will be opening up for High Valley on this exclusive new artist tour.
After a teacher laughed off her dream of making music for a living, McBryde was inspired to make that dream a reality.
“Here’s to the break ups that didn’t break us / Break down wrong turn that takes ya / To a little dive bar in Dahlonega,” she sings in the chorus.