Jetsetting to weddings from Hawaii to Mexico to Nashville, the country music community felt the romance in 2017 and couldn’t help but put their love on display.
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Surrounded by a band of three and a background vocalist, Guyton croons the song she co-wrote with Liz Rose and Stephanie Chapman.
Guyton documented every moment of the celebrated day, from walking her little dog around pre-show to fangirling over the songwriters she had the pleasure of exchanging tunes with in the circle.
Females are still struggling to get their songs heard, but that’s not stopping them from recording great music.
“We were doing a family vacation to Kauai so I said, ‘why don’t we make this a family vacation/wedding?’” explained Guyton.
Our August 2017 playlist includes songs from seasoned acts like Thomas Rhett and Darius Rucker, as well as newcomers like Brandon Lay and Jillian Jacqueline.
Remember the phrase ‘this is why we can’t have nice things?’ Mickey Guyton puts that thought to song in her new track, “Nice Things.”
“Tonight, all these artists are here for the Oasis Center that represents LGBT youth in the Nashville area,” Herndon told SLN.
“Can’t find the right words, just sadness. Prayers are with Manchester,” wrote Brad Paisley, with many others echoing his sentiment.
Tin Pan South 2017 wrapped with an emotional show from Mickey Guyton, Victoria Banks and others, who bared their souls for the audience.
American Currents (The Music of 2016) officially opens Friday, March 17, 2017.
“It’s been such a privilege to tell the story of Patsy Cline. For me, her story exceeds her musical accomplishments,” said Emmy-nominated director and producer Barbara J. Hall.
Did you know that Tim McGraw’s real name is Samuel Timothy Smith and that Shania Twain’s birth name is Eileen Regina Edwards?
We’re listing out the top five indications why 2017 will be the year of the female.
Dorff penned hits for Blake Shelton (“Neon Light”), Hunter Hayes (“Somebody’s Heartbreak”), Ronnie Dunn (“Bleed Red”) and William Michael Morgan (“Missing”), among others.
While songs about love gone wrong were prominent in 2016, many country artists didn’t face those same issues when it came to matters of the heart.
Stuffing your face on that special day is a requirement and there always seems to be plenty of dishes laid out on the table to feast on, especially when country stars head back home.
“My goal is empowerment,” the recently engaged singer said, “showing that women are priceless.”
“It’s not about finding the perfect person. It’s about finding someone that you can go thru heaven and hell with,” she wrote.