• JORDAN DAVIS RELEASES REFLECTIVE NEW TRACK “LOSE YOU”

    Oct 16, 2020

    With the release of his self-titled EP in May, multi-Platinum-selling, singer/songwriter Jordan Davis delivered the catchy hooks that have become his signature like Top 30 and climbing single “Almost Maybes,” but he also went deeper with personal tracks such as the critically acclaimed “Detours” and spiritual “Church In A Chevy.” For the man who American Songwriter says "rips pages from the book of John Prine," it was his passion for songwriting that drove the project. Drawing inspiration in the writer’s room from his own life, the six-song EP offered his most personal work to-date. Today he continues that creative trajectory with the release of “Lose You.” 

  • PICKERS ORIGINAL VODKA DONATES $10,000 TO MUSIC HEALTH ALLIANCE IN HONOR OF HEAL THE MUSIC DAY

    Oct 16, 2020

    Pennington Distilling Company, an award-winning spirits distillery, has made a $10,000 donation to Music Health Alliance (MHA) in support of the non-profit’s Heal The Music Day and its work to provide free healthcare advocacy and support to those within the music industry. In addition, Pennington has pledged for 2021 that $1 of every bottle of Pickers Original Vodka sold in all their accounts that support live music will be donated to MHA next year. For every $1 donation, Music Health Alliance is able to provide $30 in life-saving healthcare resources to Heal the Music. In the non-profit’s first seven years over 11,000 members of the music community have been assisted with over $50 million in healthcare savings and support. Pickers Vodka is sold in over 15 states as well as the Destin/Flora-Bama areas.  

  • MICHAEL RAY TEASES OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO FOR LATEST SINGLE “WHISKEY AND RAIN”

    Oct 16, 2020

    Deemed by Rolling Stone as a “lonesome track” with “shades of Gary Allan and the Eighties swing of Ronnie Milsap,” Michael Ray readies the official music video for his latest single “Whiskey And Rain” with a teasing prequel, presenting visualizer elements and a cinematic theme. 

  • COUNTRY MUSIC ICON TRACE ADKINS RELEASES NEW EP AIN’T THAT KIND OF COWBOY

    Oct 16, 2020

    With more than 11 million albums sold and over 20 charted singles in 25 years, country icon Trace Adkins releases his new EP Ain’t That Kind of Cowboy via Verge Records Nashville, available everywhere now. To celebrate the EP’s release, the Grand Ole Opry member performed lead single “Better Off” from Nashville on NBC’s “TODAY with Hoda & Jenna” during the 10 a.m. ET hour.

  • MICHAEL FRANTI SET TO PERFORM ON FINALE EPISODE OF “HEY THERE, HUMAN” WITH RAINN WILSON AND SPECIAL GUEST STEVE CARELL

    Oct 15, 2020

    Deemed by NPR as “equal parts musician and activist,” Michael Franti is set to close out the finale episode of “Hey There, Human” with a special performance, as he joins host Rainn Wilson and special guest Steve Carell, airing on Instagram Live via SoulPancake.

  • OLE RED “BATTLE OF THE BANDS” SERIES CONTINUES EACH WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT 7/6 CT P.M.

    Oct 13, 2020

    Ole Red’s “Battle of the Bands” series takes place across Ole Red locations, giving fans in Nashville, Gatlinburg, Tishomingo and Orlando the opportunity to experience country artists from across the nation and vote for their favorite.

  • BRANTLEY GILBERT JOINS KUBOTA AND FARMER VETERAN COALITION FOR “GEARED TO GIVE” PROGRAM

    Oct 12, 2020

    A longtime supporter and advocate for service men and women, multi-Platinum country singer-songwriter Brantley Gilbert joins Kubota Tractor Corporation and Farmer Veteran Coalition (FVC) on National Farmer’s Day to honor five recipients of new Kubota equipment as part of the 2020 “Geared to Give” program. Recognizing their current and past U.S. military service and their continued service to their communities through farming, recipients and their families were invited to join Gilbert on his farm in Alabama for a special ceremony and a private performance. Watch a recap of the ceremony and performance HERE.

  • OLE RED “BATTLE OF THE BANDS” SERIES CONTINUES EACH WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT 7/6 CT P.M.

    Oct 12, 2020

    Ole Red’s “Battle of the Bands” series takes place across Ole Red locations, giving fans in Nashville, Gatlinburg and Orlando the opportunity to experience country artists from across the nation and vote for their favorite.