Dominating Spotify with a tally of over 70 million streams to date, Broken Bow Records’ Dustin Lynch has joined forces with the streaming partner to bring fans a performance session, recorded live from the Spotify offices in New York City. The exclusive session features acoustic versions of select songs from his latest album WHERE IT’S AT, including new single “Mind Reader” and a fresh cover of Drake’s “Hold On, We’re Going Home,” along with commentary from Lynch on each song.
Archive | September 17, 2015
During a VIP reception held at the beautiful Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville this evening, we got to take in a special preview of the brand new exhibit featuring Eric Church called INSIDE THE OUTSIDER. Continue Reading →
Country Superstar Martina McBride stunned the audience and viewers today when she made a surprise appearance on ABC’s The View, singing her GRAMMY-nominated hit “I’m Gonna Love You Through It” with students from the PS22 choir in Staten Island.
BRANTLEY GILBERT paid a humbling homage to the five courageous fallen military members yesterday during CHATTANOOGA UNITE: A TRIBUTE ON THE RIVER. More than 80,000 people flocked to the riverfront for the event including the families of U.S. Marine Gunnery Sgt. Thomas Sullivan, U.S Marine Staff Sgt. David Wyatt, U.S. Marine Sgt. Carson Holmquist, U.S. Marine Lance Corporal Skip Wells and U.S. Navy Petty Officer Randall Smith. The multi-platinum selling singer/songwriter closed the day-long event with #1 hits like “Country Must Be Country Wide”, 2X Platinum “Bottoms Up” and Gold-certified “One Hell of an Amen”. Trace Adkins, Colt Ford and Aaron Lewis joined Brantley on the esteemed Riverbend barge stage to share their appreciation for those who risk their well being every day to protect our freedoms.
Music icon Tim McGraw will release his highly-anticipated 14th studio album Damn Country Musicon November 6 on Big Machine Records. The record was produced by McGraw and trusted collaborator Byron Gallimore.
Grammy® Award-winning sibling trio The Band Perry surprised Taylor Swift fans last night, as they joined the singer to perform their breakout single “If I Die Young” during the Indianapolis, IN stop of her 1989 World Tour. Fan-shot footage of the performance can be found HERE.
THE MAVERICKS continue to deliver with a one-of-a-kind musical fusion – Bold. Sheer. Eclectic. Last night (9/16), the dynamic entertainers took home the Americana Music Awards Duo/Group of the Year, presented to them by The Milk Carton Kids. RAUL MALO, whose signature tenor fronts The Mavericks, and his musical comrades – PAUL DEAKIN (Drums, Percussion and Marimba), EDDIE PEREZ (Electric and Acoustic Guitars) and JERRY DALE MCFADDEN (Piano, Organ, Celeste) – serenaded the audience with the gut-wrenching honesty of “Pardon Me.” The sobering track is featured on the critically-acclaimed MONO (The Valory Music Co.), which sat atop the Americana Airplay Charts for two weeks earlier this year. Commanding from the ceremony, NPR Music Critic Ann Powers tweeted, “The Mavericks Mono is genuinely an album you should listen to tonight BC it is great.”
On Wednesday, September 23, 2015, journalist Jewly Hight will interview the Indigo Girls in the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s Ford Theater about their creative inspiration, musical influences, and recording their latest album, One Lost Day, in Nashville.
CASS COUNTY, DON HENLEY’S FIRST SOLO ALBUM IN15 YEARS, PREMIERES AS AN NPR “FIRST LISTEN,” STREAMING HERE
Cass County, Don Henley’s first solo album in 15 years, has premiered on NPR, which is streaming the album as part of its “First Listen” series. The album can be heard in its entirety HERE up until its September 25 release via Capitol Records.
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