It’s snowing in Nashville and the country stars are out to play! See what Miranda Lambert, Tim McGraw, Kelsea Ballerini and others are doing while Music City was shut down!
Charlie Daniels is celebrating his 20th Volunteer Jam with a star-studded lineup of acts.
Over the years, several country artists have enlisted the help of mainstream celebrities to star in their music videos.
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.
Watch as Brothers Osborne, Old Dominion, Chris Young, Dustin Lynch and more read the famous holiday poem.
Stripping down the ballad to just Janson’s voice and a grand piano, the country singer coos out the powerful message while captivating viewers with its black-and-white aesthetic.
From Kip Moore to Danielle Bradbery, Sounds Like Nashville is counting down the 20 best country albums of 2017!
Kelsea Ballerini even promised to visit Keaton’s school next time she is home in Knoxville, Tennessee.
“St. Jude is an amazing organization, and whenever you see that name you trust that it’s the best of all causes,” shares longtime St. Jude supporter Luke Bryan.
From Keith Urban to Chris Janson, Carly Pearce to Lindsay Ell, Sounds Like Nashville has gathered 10 songs you should listen to this December.
“It’s a message song to the younger generation of men about being sure that you always show women the utmost of respect,” Janson shares.
Joining Swindell on the 19-city run will be Chris Janson and Lauren Alaina.
“Having a hit on country radio is a huge blessing – it’s Thanksgiving week, and I’m extremely thankful,” said Janson in a press release.
Taking the red carpet by storm, Franzel was immediately starstruck at the sight of some of country music’s biggest stars.
Cue “Monster Mash” by Bobby Pickett and throw on your ghoulish get-ups because it’s officially time for Halloween!
The Country Rising Downtown Jam will feature artists like Jon Pardi, Carly Pearce, Chris Janson, Lindsay Ell and many more.
Combining their musical forces, Keith Urban and Chris Janson performed “Sold (The Grundy County Auction Incident),” originally recorded by John Michael Montgomery.
At the conclusion of the show, Bones thanked his fans for listening and revealed that they’d raised more than $50,000 for victims of the Las Vegas shooting.
Chris Janson discusses the making of his new album, and sheds some light on a few of his favorite tracks.
The sold-out crowd roared in excitement for Hunt and Co. from set to set and didn’t show signs of stopping during the 15 in a 30 finale show.