Ashley McBryde is taking her big voice, blue-collar storytelling and potent stage presence on the road for her first headlining tour throughout the U.S. and Europe. Tickets go on sale this Friday, May 25.
“The Girl Going Nowhere Tour” will be going everywhere this fall hitting multiple cities beginning Sept. 5 in Atlanta, Georgia with international stops in the U.K. and Scotland, before culminating Dec. 15 in Rochester, New York (full details below).
Chase Rice has faced his fair share of injuries over the years. While playing football at UNC, he took a hit directly to his left ankle, resulting in a win for the team but surgery and a missed season for the athlete. In the midst of rehabbing, he took another hit with the passing of his father. That time off between his injury and his loss led a disheartened Rice to channel his frustrations into music, leading to his discovery and love of songwriting ... and eventually the start of his career in music.
One of Country Aircheck’s “most-played artists of the decade,” Rodney Atkins will kick off a week of country music ahead of CMA Fest 2018 with his eighth annual “Music City Gives Back” concert on Monday, June 4. The star-studded event will be held at Ascend Park and feature a performance by Atkins along with friends Big & Rich, as well as additional artists to be announced in the coming days.
“Some relationships aren’t meant to last, however that doesn’t mean they are any less significant,” Michael Ray shares observantly. He’s referring to his newest track “One That Got Away,” from his forthcoming album Amos, which celebrates that one person who might be out of your league yet you pursue them anyway. It’s the latest advance-release from his forthcoming June 1 album.