Kenny Rogers’ family, friends and fans around the world mourned the passing of American Music icon last month. To celebrate his life’s work, A&E, AXS TV, CBS and CMT have stacked programming beginning April 5 honoring his memory and rich contributions to American music.
Country music superstar, Miranda Lambert, has announced the rescheduled dates for the two remaining US shows and the upcoming Canadian run of her wildly successful Wildcard Tour. The tour has steadily been receiving glowing reviews and has proven to be a must-see concert event.
Independent music solutions company ONErpm announces the addition of digital marketing expert Sydney Guilliams, to occupy the newly created position of Country Music Project Manager in their Nashville, Tennessee office. The move comes after more than five years at a premier local marketing firm, Guilliams can be reached at Sydney@ONErpm.com.
Chase Rice and Jack Daniel’s have a long history of collaborating to create meaningful moments and memories and that tradition continues as they come together this Friday, April 3 at 6 p.m. CT to host a “Friday Night Happy Hour.” Rice is set to perform songs from his home to benefit Sweet Relief Musicians Fund’s COVID-19 Fund.
2020 ACM Best New Male Artist of the Year nominee Jordan Davis has seen major life changes both personally and professionally since moving to Music City in 2012. The Shreveport, Louisiana native’s journey to pursue a career as a songwriter first has taken several detours along the way that have included discovering a passion for performing and taking the stage as an artist as well as getting married and welcoming a new baby girl to the world. The latter serves as the inspiration for his new song “Detours,” a deeply personal track for the MCA Nashville recording artist who was inspired by his chance meeting with wife Kristen.
Reigning ACM New Female Artist of the Year, CMA New Artist of the Year and CMT Breakout Artist of the Year Ashley McBryde is set to release her sophomore album Never Will, the follow-up to her critically-acclaimed GRAMMY-nominated debut Girl Going Nowhere on April 3 via Warner Music Nashville.
For Kenny Chesney, every album he makes is, in one way or another, a dispatch to No Shoes Nation. Having spent the last two decades defining the sound of summer, coming of age, first experiences and letting go, it started by speaking life to music and evolved into an ongoing dialogue about where the people who’ve found their lives in his songs have found themselves along the way.