NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Country music outcast Wheeler Walker Jr. is proud of a lot of things, and one thing he can say he’s unequivocally proud of is the release of his first official single, “Summers in Kentucky,” a song he wrote by himself, to Country radio.
NASHVILLE, Tenn.– Country music outcast Wheeler Walker Jr. is about to be way more in your face than usual, adding more than a dozen dates to his highly anticipated The Ol' Wheeler Tour as he prepares to release his second broadside assault on Music City, Ol’ Wheeler, on June 2, via Pepperhill Music.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – In a ceremony held earlier today on stage at Ryman Auditorium, Nashville Mayor Megan Barry issued a proclamation celebrating May 10, 2017 as Ryman Auditorium Day in honor of the iconic venue’s 125th anniversary.
NEW YORK CITY – The only thing predictable about Eric Church is that he is unpredictable. He’s an artist that has built his career with tour stops coast-to-coast, not with dozens of television performances around each album cycle. When he takes to the stage, he damn-well makes sure it’s special.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – CBS’s hit franchise Undercover Boss is getting a twist this season in which big names will embark on undercover journeys as they search for undiscovered talent in their own field. Undercover Boss will kick off its first episode with country music singer/songwriter Darius Rucker.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The phrase “the song remembers when” was definitely true for Scotty McCreery when he wrote “Five More Minutes” in 2015, a fan favorite that he first premiered on The Grand Ole Opry stage last year. In the song, a reflective McCreery recalls events ranging from an early date with longtime sweetheart Gabi to his grandfather’s final moments. He is finally sharing it with the world this Friday, May 5, through digital retailers (including iTunes and Amazon) and online streaming services.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – If fan response to the trailer for unapologetically profane podcast from country outlier Wheeler Walker Jr. is any indication, the podcast itself is destined to attract an equally ardent audience when it debuts May 2.
The format is decidedly un-PC. Walker describes it as “where I f*ckin’ rant and rave and act like a f*ckin’ madman.”