The 5th annual Country Music Cruise was one for the books as guests were treated to performances from Alabama, Lorrie Morgan and more!
Kelsea Ballerini proved to be a powerhouse with a dazzling performance on the legendary stage of the Ryman Auditorium.
Charles Kelley of Lady Antebellum revived his raunchy cover band, Dick Fantastic and the Fabulous Four Skins, for an unforgettable show.
Lauren Alaina was one of the five new faces to blow radio programmers away during their performances at the 2018 CRS New Faces Showcase.
Chris Janson was surprised by Keith Urban when the singer invited him to become the newest member of the Grand Ole Opry.
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.
Chris Lane’s headlining show at Topgolf in Nashville was a noteworthy example of the diversity modern country artists bring to live shows.
Early on in their set, Scott promised a memorable show and Lady Antebellum did not disappoint.
It was a true celebration of hits old and new when Blake Shelton took the stage in an intimate setting at Oz Arts Nashville.
“The idea of playing tonight was I missed playing,” Urban said at the start of his set.
The often shy and soft spoken singer took the stage for a two-hour set that had him talking frequently with the audience and sharing some of the stories behind his songs.
A festival centered around shining a light on songwriters and their songs, Island Hopper Fest proved to be an inspiring festival for both the artist and the listener.
Home Free dazzled fans with an hour and 45 minute set at the Country Music Hall of Fame on Monday to celebrate their album, Timeless.
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.
As the evening came to a close, the impact NSAI has had on the songwriting community was evident.
Paisley rocks hard during his live show, and it was the classic ‘American Saturday Night’ when he hit the Virginia venue over the weekend.
Kip Moore and Tony Hawk joined forces for Music City Skate Jam, a day of music and skateboarding at Nashville’s Music City Walk of Fame Park.
“We’re all born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee. This is the happiest the three long hairs have ever been,” said the band’s Jaren Johnston.
If the Nashville show was any indication of the album’s success, then Old Dominion is sure to have another hit on their hands. Happy Endings indeed.