Sunday was for all the dads out there and the celebrations weren’t lacking in terms of vintage photographs and family festivities.
Zac Brown Band’s Coy Bowles is opening up about the band’s new album Welcome Home & their tight relationship with the late Chris Cornell.
As news spread over Cornell’s untimely death, many other country stars, including Brown and Aldean, took to social media to express their condolences over the loss and reflect on the influence he left on their careers.
Bringing a taste of Nashville to the crowded streets of the Big Apple, the band rocked out to old favorites like “Homegrown” and even played a couple new tracks off their latest record, Welcome Home.
Those missing the storytelling and honesty from country music will find a permanent place in their home for Zac Brown Band’s latest effort Welcome Home.
The first country act for TODAY’s Citi Concert Series will be Zac Brown Band on May 16.
The social media outlet teamed up with the country band to play live video coverage of their upcoming gig at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park in Alpharetta, Georgia.
While White and his wife Alex have yet to start their family, the foot-stomping singer has seen what life is like for ZBB front man Zac Brown, who has five little ones at home.
The pair-up honored the great John Prime by recording their own rendition of “All the Best” for the forthcoming Zac Brown Band record.
The band congratulated their friend with a sweet post to Instagram of the little girl being cradled by one of her older brothers.
Zac Brown Band took their sound back to the authentic country spirit in their new song, “Real Thing.”
It’s no surprise that the emotional track ties directly to the father-son racing duo.
This month’s playlist features tracks from Keith Urban, Dustin Lynch, Zac Brown Band, and many more!
The Opry has brought country music to the forefront of CRS since 2012 and has continued to transform the hotel’s Broadway Ballroom into the iconic theatre.
“My Old Man” will be featured on the band’s forthcoming record, Welcome Home, which hits stores May 12.
“I have always wanted to write books and am a storyteller at heart,” Bowles tells Sounds Like Nashville.
“We’re looking forward to heading back on the road in 2017 and sharing some new songs with our fans,” said Brown.
Other artists playing a show at night for the Texas event include Zac Brown Band, Luke Bryan, Dierks Bentley, Old Dominion, and more.
Country music has always been a huge supporter of the U.S. military so to honor that, we’ve gathered our favorite holiday homecomings!
Kenny Chesney and Taylor Swift are stepping up to aid those who lost everything in the devastating East Tennessee wildfires.