When Kenny Chesney decided to make what became No Zip Code with David Lee Murphy, he believed in the singularity of Murphy's voice as an artist and as a writer. When Murphy asked Chesney to sing on “Everything’s Gonna Be Alright,” a song about finding grace in the eye of the storm, he was honored to sing with his good friend.
NEEDTOBREATHE is a GRAMMY-nominated rock band hailing from South Carolina, comprised of brothers Bear Rinehart (vocals, guitar) and Bo Rinehart (guitar, vocals), Seth Bolt (bass, vocals), and Josh Lovelace (keys, vocals). Their most recent album H A R D L O V E released in 2016 and debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top Albums, Top Current Albums, Top Rock Albums and Top Alternative Albums charts and #2 on the Billboard 200, their greatest debut yet. H A R D L O V E is the follow-up to 2014’s Rivers In the Wasteland, which debuted at #3 overall on the Billboard 200 and spawned the RIAA-certified Gold single “Brother (feat. Gavin DeGraw).” The hit earned the group their first GRAMMY nomination as well as a pair of Billboard Music Award nominations.
Genre-bending band Whiskey Myers have built a loyal following through hits like "Stone" and their hard-rocking live shows. With both Jeff Hogg and Tony Kent on separate percussion sets simultaneously driving the rhythm for frontman Cody Cannon, the indie band heads overseas for their 2019 Die Rockin’ Tour.
Curb recording artist Rodney Atkins takes fans coast to coast in the new music video for “Caught Up In The Country,” his current single featuring the Fisk Jubilee Singers and lauded by The Boot for its “upbeat echo [which] makes for a contagious country anthem.”
People who know their country music know David Lee Murphy as the Illinois-born and –bred songwriter who defined an era of modern country with the chart-topping “Dust On The Bottle” and 1995’s most-played song, “Party Crowd.” And people who don’t know their country quite that well still know David Lee Murphy—he’s the man who’s written Blake Shelton’s “The More I Drink,” Jason Aldean’s “Big Green Tractor,” Jake Owen’s “Anywhere With You” and Thompson Square’s GRAMMY-nominated “Are You Gonna Kiss Me Or Not,” as well as Chesney’s “Living In Fast Forward,” “Til It’s Gone,” “Just Not Today” and “Pirate Flag.”
WILLIE NELSON, ALISON KRAUSS, THE AVETT BROTHERS, GEORGE STRAIT JACK JOHNSON, JOHN MELLENCAMP, KRIS KRISTOFFERSON, LEE ANN WOMACK, LYLE LOVETT, NORAH JONES AND THE LITTLE WILLIES, SHERYL CROW, SUSAN TEDESCHI & DEREK TRUCKS, VINCE GILL & MORE TO HEADLINE THE ALL-STAR CONCERT EVENT OF THE YEAR
Having set and often broken his own records with 2018’s Trip Around the Sun Tour – including over a million fans at Foxborough’s Gillette Stadium and becoming the single biggest-seller at New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium – Kenny Chesney wanted to change things up. He knows his massive stadium shows are a rite of summer, playing to over a million people on every single tour, but the 8-time Entertainer of the Year wanted a little more intimacy for 2019 by taking the music to where the fans are.
Breakout country artist Michael Ray commits as much to his love for animals as he does his music, and starting today, he is launching a week-long pet supply drive in partnership with the Nashville Humane Association. Fans, friends and community members can donate food, blankets, towels and more to help support the pets displaced by Hurricane Michael. The drive will culminate in a special on-site appearance at NHA on Friday, November 9 at 2:00 p.m. CT. A truck will then dispatch to his native Florida, where it will distribute the provisions to shelters in need.