Rascal Flatts really likes the sound of topping the country radio charts. The trio just snagged their 16th No. 1 song with “I Like The Sound of That.”
Many country stars have been taking to social media to pay their respects to the late, great singer.
Here, Editor Lauren Black and two SLN contributors share their thoughts on six of the top ACM Awards categories, including the night’s biggest honor, Entertainer of the Year.
“Through all of our years of making music and putting shows on, no one’s ever seen Rascal Flatts in this capacity before,” Gary LeVox told us.
Whether someone likes country, pop or adult contemporary music, they’ve probably heard a Rascal Flatts song or two playing on the radio. That’s all because the group has made a point to make relatable songs that everyone can get into.
The 51st ACM Awards will be broadcast LIVE from MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Sunday, April 3, 2016 at 8:00 PM live ET/delayed PT on the CBS Television Network.
It’s a New Year, which means new beginnings and new possibilities. You’re able to shed the disappointments of the previous year and start anew.
Some are sensual and some are subtle, but there are a slew of music videos that are sure to fog up the windows.
Ivonne Acero, Nadjah Nicole, Riley Biederer, Morgan Frazier and Shelby Brown joined Emily Ann Roberts to sing Rascal Flatts’ hit “Summer Nights.”
Sounds Like Nashville catches up with ‘Country Faith Christmas’ author Deborah Evans Price to discuss the new book, which features Christmas memories from 37 artists.
Rascal Flatts announced plans for a second nine-show residency at the Joint in the Hard Rock Hotel. Tickets for “Rascal Flatts Rhythm & Roots” go on sale this Friday.
It’s time for a brand new edition of Jimmy Kimmel’s hilarious skit, “Mean Tweets!”
“Mean Tweets” is a segment Kimmel features on his show, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, where he gathers actual mean tweets and asks celebrities to read what people are saying about them on Twitter.
Yesterday (11/4), the talk show host shared a brand…
The SESAC Awards were held last night at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and recognized some of the biggest songwriters in the business. Before the awards, Sounds Like Nashville attended the Red Carpet which hosted more than 20 songwriters and artists who would be honored later that night. …