For those questioning where quality country music has gone, Midland is indisputably the answer.
Country music will take over Indio, California from April 27-29 2018 for three days of non-stop fun.
Making the twang of 70s country cool again, Mediabase earned their spot at the top of the Mediabase Country Airplay Chart.
The album’s title is likely pulled from the trio’s debut single, “Drinkin’ Problem.”
Pardi’s Lucky Tonight Tour will kick off in Birmingham, AL on October 12.
The first thing many people notice about breakthrough country band Midland is their unique throwback sense of fashion.
The country trio took a traditional approach to a tongue-in-cheek lyric to introduce themselves on a real level, and now they’re taking it to the next step by offering up how they avoid the bottle flu at all costs.
“We’re working really hard at cultivating an album full of songs that mean something to us but also fit together,” Cameron Duddy of the group said.
Midland, Bailey Bryan and Ashley McBryde are just several of the new acts to keep your eyes on this 2017 festival season.
Taking on the hit, “Dixieland Delight,” the four-part harmonies sounded truer than ever as their combined twang echoed down the backstage halls before the show.
Luke Bryan will revisit his ‘CMT Crossroads’ episode by hitting the stage with Jason Derulo and Brothers Osborne plan to team up with Peter Frampton to throw it back to the classic rock days.
The country singer decided to embrace the positives of technology by confirming who’s going on the road with him for his Lucky Tonight Tour sponsored by CMT during a midday Facebook live session.
Midland’s Jess Carson is now the father of two after his son made a rowdy entrance outside of the hospital doors on Mother’s Day.
The nominations for the 2017 CMT Music Awards have finally been revealed. See who’s leading the pack for the epic June 7 event.
The Faster Horses Festival will celebrate their fifth anniversary on the weekend of July 21 to July 23.
The “Next From Nashville” stage aft Faster Horses will be bigger than ever with the addition of Drew Baldridge, Bailey Bryan and many more!
“We’ve all maybe been that character. We’ve definitely known those characters,” the trio’s Mark Wystrach tells Sounds Like Nashville.
“The song’s just a peep into what it’s like being any kind of band, really, but in particular a honkytonk kind of country rock-and-roll band, as we are,” Mark Wystrach of the trio explained to Sounds Like Nashville recently.
Over ten years of being friends and four years after forming a trio, the timing could not be more right for the guys of Midland.
You can take the boys out of Texas, but you can’t take Texas out of the boys.