• Kenny Chesney Brings “Jesus and Elvis” to “Seth Meyers” Dec. 18

    Dec 14, 2017

    While normally he’d be somewhere in the sun right around now, Kenny Chesney is making a rare late night T.V. appearance “Late Night with Seth Meyers” Monday, December 18.

    Singing his never-performed “Jesus and Elvis,” from his Grammy-nominated Cosmic Hallelujah, the 8-time Entertainer of the Year will also be Meyers’ lead guest on Monday night’s show.
     

  • CHASE RICE COMPLETES FIRST UK & IRELAND TOUR, WITH SOLD OUT SHOWS IN MULTIPLE CITIES

    Dec 11, 2017

    Nashville based country singer-songwriter Chase Rice, whose new album Lambs & Lions was released in November to much acclaim from both fans and critics, last week completed his first ever tour of the UK & Ireland, playing to sellout crowds across Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham, London and Dublin. Audiences were treated to a rare solo acoustic performance from the star, with songs from the new album, along with picks from further back in his catalogue, including fan favourite "Carolina Can" and a version of the Florida Georgia Line hit "Cruise," which Rice co-wrote.

  • WALKER HAYES’ HIGHLY ANTICIPATED ALBUM AVAILABLE TODAY

    Dec 08, 2017

    PEOPLE Magazine calls his music “irresistibly quirky” and Rolling Stone adds it’s “damn near impossible to classify,” and Monument Records’ Walker Hayes likes it that way. His debut album, boom., comes out today and is the fulfillment of a journey he began over 12 years ago when first moving to Music City. The Mobile, Alabama native continues to defy industry expectations with his profoundly vulnerable storytelling seen on an album he co-produced with Grammy award winning producer Shane McAnally.

  • Woman Walk The Line Earns Two Major Honors

    Dec 08, 2017

    Woman Walk The Line: How The Women of Country Music Changed Our Lives began as an way to collect women’s voices and show the many ways music made by women changes lives. Designed to target writers of all ages, races, occupations, orientations and focuses, the anthology struck an unexpected chord with readers seeking authenticity, humanity and the reality of how women embrace and empower each other – whether in grief, defiance, curiosity or just seeking what seems like an impossible dream.

  • MUSIC SUPERSTARS ALISON KRAUSS, BLACKBERRY SMOKE, BILLY GIBBONS OF ZZ TOP, CHRIS JANSON, EDDIE MONTGOMERY, JAMEY JOHNSON, JUSTIN MOORE & MORE TO HONOR COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME INDUCTEE CHARLIE DANIELS

    Dec 08, 2017

    Blackbird Presents and Charlie Daniels are proud to announce “Volunteer Jam XX: A Tribute To Charlie,” an all-star concert event at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee on Wednesday, March 7, 2018 at 7 PM CT.  Since its inception in 1974, Charlie Daniels’ Volunteer Jam has brought together some of music’s greatest legends. Now, 43 years later, friends, fans, and an extraordinary lineup of musicians will come together for a very special Volunteer Jamhonoring the southern rock pioneer Charlie Daniels – the man who started it all.
     

  • TRACE ADKINS REAFFIRMS HIS STEADFAST PATRIOTISM IN “STILL A SOLDIER” MUSIC VIDEO PREMIERING TODAY ON CMT

    Dec 08, 2017

    Throughout his venerable 25-year career as an entertainer, Trace Adkins has demonstrated his unwavering support for our military servicemen and women through his work as spokesperson for the Wounded Warrior Project, his 12 overseas USO trips and regular participation in fundraising events such as the recent Guitar Legends for Heroes concert in New York City. His most recent single, “Still A Soldier,” makes clear that his gratitude and understanding is genuine and deeply felt.

  • WALKER HAYES ANNOUNCES NEW GOOD AS GOLD TOUR

    Dec 08, 2017

    With his first Top 15-and-climbing hit single “You Broke Up With Me,” the country newcomer Entertainment Tonight calls “insanely talented,” Walker Hayes of Monument Records is having an explosive week head of his debut album, boom., available everywhere this Friday, December 8.

  • DANIELLE BRADBERY SHINES ON RETURN TO NBC’s THE VOICE

    Dec 08, 2017

    After winning Season 4 of NBC’s The Voice in 2013, Danielle Bradbery found success, yet she still felt like she needed to find her own identity. Wanting to take hold of the creative process on her next project, she took four years to hone her writing skills and come into her own.