Lauren Alaina was one of the five new faces to blow radio programmers away during their performances at the 2018 CRS New Faces Showcase.
When Luke Bryan does a stadium tour, he does it big by taking out Sam Hunt, Jon Pardi, Carly Pearce and Morgan Wallen.
Pearce radiantly shines in a merlot-colored dress, hoping her secret stash of the sweet grape nectar won’t be found by a former lover in order to seduce her.
Morris finds solidarity with all women in both the country music and entertainment industry, and she hopes to empower girls with her platform as a successful artist.
Luke Bryan has extended his What Makes You Country Tour into the fall with special guests Jon Pardi, Morgan Wallen and Carly Pearce.
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…
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.
From Miranda Lambert’s emotionally charged “Tin Man” to Brothers Osborne’s rambunctious “It Ain’t My Fault,” here are the best country singles of the year.
Scotty McCreery, Carly Pearce, Jillian Jacqueline, Hunter Hayes, Sara Evans, and so many more sang their hearts out for children at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
From Keith Urban to Chris Janson, Carly Pearce to Lindsay Ell, Sounds Like Nashville has gathered 10 songs you should listen to this December.
“Y’all blew my mind this year with how you loved #everylittlething ❤️ I hope you love this one just as much!! SO READY to #hidethewine 🍷🍷🍷” she wrote on Instagram.
While Thanksgiving is first and foremost about expressing gratitude, the food comes as a close second for country stars.
Pearce celebrated the massive moment in front of hundreds of her biggest fans, who congratulated her on all of her hard work throughout the years.
“We were so excited to get out and have our own hour-and-15 minute set where we could dive into more songs form the record,” Young explains.
From her current obsession to the strangest thing she’s signed, Carly Pearce shares ‘Every Little Thing’ about herself in this get-to-know video.
Joining Rhett for the ride will be Carly Pearce, Jillian Jacqueline, Brett Young, Midland and Russell Dickerson.
Cue “Monster Mash” by Bobby Pickett and throw on your ghoulish get-ups because it’s officially time for Halloween!