Last month twenty-year-old multi-instrumentalist Dylan Brady released tender heartbreak song “I Hate California,” via RECORDS/Columbia Records/Riser House Records. Now the artist Taste of Country calls a "skilled country storyteller" is back with an intimate new video to match the introspective song.
Kenny Chesney has been named 2020’s Country Radio Broadcasters (CRB) Artist Humanitarian Award recipient.The 8-time Entertainer of the Year will receive the award, sponsored by Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, on Wednesday, Feb. 19 as part of the 2nd Annual Warner Music Nashville (WMN) Kickoff Luncheon, which serves as the official launch of Country Radio Seminar 2020. In addition, the Blue Chair/Warner Music Nashville recording artist headlines this year’s Kickoff Luncheon, where the songwriter/superstar will be joined by several artists from the Warner Music Nashville (WMN) family.
Erin Enderlin ups the creative ante with the unveiling of Faulkner County, her highly anticipated full-length album, due for release on November 1. Produced by Jamey Johnson and Jim “Moose” Brown, the 14-track collection is an intimate ramble through lonely corners in barrooms and bedrooms, where strength in the face of shame, longings that may never stop, and past lives hang around like old friends.
Brantley Gilbert and wife Amber are celebrating the birth of their second child Braylen Hendrix Gilbert. Big brother Barrett (born Nov. 11, 2017) joined mom and dad to welcome the beautiful baby girl at Athens, Georgia’s Piedmont Hospital, yesterday afternoon (Sept. 9, 2019) weighing 6 lbs., 7 oz. and measuring 19 ½ inches in length.
Twenty-eight years after performing their first Nashville show at the revered rock club Exit/In, Hootie & The Blowfish brought their Group Therapy Tour to the city’s Bridgestone Arena for a sold-out show Saturday night.
Country music fans are invited to tune in on Sunday, Sept. 8, from 7-9 p.m. CDT for “Country Music: Live at the Ryman, A Concert Celebrating the Film by Ken Burns.” The concert, which was hosted by Burns and filmed in March of 2019, features many of the artists who appear in the upcoming documentary, Country Music, A Film By Ken Burns premiering Sunday, Sept. 15, on PBS.
Just a few short weeks before the much-anticipated Oct. 4 release of his fifth studio album Fire & Brimstone via The Valory Music Co., Brantley Gilbert, billed as an artist who “never fails to deliver” by American Songwriter, is already looking for opportunities to bring the music to his faithful BG Nation with a brand new 2020 tour. Fire’t Up Tour, aptly named after track one on his upcoming 15-song album (all written/co-written by Gilbert), will kick off Jan. 23 in London, Ontario and hit 34 cities across the country and Canada, before concluding May 8 in Colorado. “Fire’t Up” from forthcoming Fire & Brimstone available HERE.
Nine months after delighting fans with the news of their first album in nearly fifteen years, Hootie & the Blowfish share the first taste of what’s to come with Imperfect Circle’s November 1 release via “Rollin’,” now available at all digital retailers and streaming platforms.