“Each song has a certain kind of emotion and message that I feel passionate about,” Beathard shares.
The Country Rising Downtown Jam will feature artists like Jon Pardi, Carly Pearce, Chris Janson, Lindsay Ell and many more.
The show will take place in Nashville on June 7 immediately following the CMT Music Awards at 3rd and Lindsley Bar and Grill.
From chowing down on some tacos at a college Mexican food spot to catching a fly ball during the minor league baseball season, Beathard gets around Nashville!
“I think that’ll be a fun crowd to play for,” said Beathard. “… it’s gonna be fun to try and win them over.”
“My manager texted me and he’s like ‘hey, you got any friends who are willing to do like stupid stuff?’ I was like ‘just tell me how many you need,'” Beathard told SLN.
The Devil Won’t Sleep Tour will start on February 2 in Reading, Pennsylvania, and run through the end of April.
Our 10 Songs Playlist for November features the best and brightest acts in country music, from Little Big Town to newcomer Seth Ennis.
In a few spare moments, Beathard took over Sounds Like Nashville’s Instagram to show fans a behind-the-scenes look at life on the road.
Brantley Gilbert made all of his fans’ Friday even sweeter when he announced that he would be hitting the road in 2017 – and that he’s bringing new music with him.
Though this is just a small preview of what is yet to come from Beathard, this project will have fans looking forward to a full-length album.
“‘Home Sweet USA’ I wrote when I was about 16 or 17. It’s the oldest song on the EP,” he says about the track in the exclusive behind-the-scenes video.
Tucker Beathard gave us a taste of his upcoming ‘Fight Like Hell’ EP this week with an event at Nashville’s Martin’s BBQ Joint.
Beathard’s six-song EP, Fight Like Hell, is set to release on October 7.
Tucker’s Rock On College Tour will kick off on Oct. 13 in Champaign, IL.
During his performance at the Back Porch Revival this weekend, Rhett was joined by the famous actor in order to take on the country mega-hit, “Friends in Low Places.”
Beathard will be in the U.K. and Ireland from December 3-5 and tickets will go on sale on August 31.
From performing at church talent shows to writing for a publishing company, Cole has definitely worked her way into the country music scene.
“I’m not here to put on a show. I’m here to have a damn good time,” Dierks Bentley told the sold-out crowd at the DTE Energy Music Theatre.
“Making a music video definitely felt surreal,” said Beathard.