Sam Hunt and Maren Morris are among the country stars slated to perform at this year’s 92.3 WCOL’s Country Jam + Campout in Thornville, OH.
Granger Smith hopes his fans get behind the track all summer long by calling their radio stations about the single.
Old Dominion will take out a few of their friends on the road for support, including High Valley, Michael Ray, Granger Smith and Walker Hayes.
The Cracker Barrel Country Roads Stage will host three nights of packed lineups beginning at 7pm Thursday, June 7 through Saturday, June 9.
Not disturbed one bit about the four-legged furries roaming on cat castles and couch pillows galore, Smith jokingly admits to staying home on a Saturday night to sew the pets’ names onto clothing and choosing them over love.
Other artists slated to perform include Cam, RaeLynn, LANCO, Jordan Davis, Scotty McCreery and many more.
Brantley Gilbert will also be headlining the three- day event at the iconic Gorge Amphitheater in Washington.
Smithfield sang some pop and rock covers, while Granger Smith brought out his true redneck identity during his set.
The pair will not only be rising and grinding with their debut radio tour, but also snagged the opening slot on Granger Smith’s 2018 tour.
Watch as Brothers Osborne, Old Dominion, Chris Young, Dustin Lynch and more read the famous holiday poem.
“This flag I’m wavin’ says I’m stayin’ free / Don’t Tread on Me,” Dibbles sings.
“That is, to me, what it’s all about. To see her face, to see that reaction… there’s not a lot of times in music when you get to know for sure that you’re doing something… something right,” said Smith, as he himself fought back tears.
Fans who loved the music on Remington will like what they hear on Granger Smith’s latest project.
“I love making albums,” Smith says. “I really do. From the beginning songwriting to the mastering.”
Granger Smith just released the music video for his current single, “Happens Like That,” featuring two special co-stars.
Cracker Barrel teamed up with Lyft to make fans’ dreams come true during the 2017 CMA Music Festival as some of the biggest artists buckled up for the ride of a lifetime.
The Carolina Country Music Fest continues to attract more fans each year with acts like Kenny Chesney, Jason Aldean & others taking the stage.
Thomas Rhett was truly the ‘Star of the Show’ at the 92.5 XTU 33rd Anniversary concert, headlining a star-studded show during a stop in Philadelphia.
Looking out onto a sea of gold, Atkins and co. felt inspired by the Predators fans’ spirit to give their voices back to encouraging music education.