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  • PRISCILLA BLOCK ANNOUNCED AS OPRY NEXTSTAGE PRESENTED BY GEICO ARTIST FOR NOVEMBER

    Nov 02, 2021

    Opry NextStage Presented by Geico has named rising country star Priscilla Block as the featured artist for November. Block gave People an exclusive look at the Opry NextStage performance of her new single “Peaked in High School.” Watch HERE.

  • MICHAEL RAY DEBUTS OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO FOR “HIGHER EDUCATION”

    Nov 02, 2021

    Joined by fans around the world, hitmaker Michael Ray premiered the official music video for “Higher Education” featuring Lee Brice, Billy F. Gibbons, Tim Montana and Kid Rock via YouTube livestream on Friday, Oct. 29, accompanied by collaborators Brice, Gibbons and Montana to chat about the video and answer questions from viewers. Watch the official music video HERE.

  • KENNY CHESNEY GEARS UP FOR HERE AND NOW 2022

    Nov 01, 2021

    “When we realized we weren’t getting to spend 2020 with No Shoes Nation, I never thought it would be three years until I would see my most favorite people in the world,” says eight-time Entertainer of the Year Kenny Chesney ahead of his Here And Now 2022 stadium tour presented by Blue Chair Bay Rum and fueled by MARATHON, set to launch April 23 at Tampa’s Raymond James Stadium. “My favorite place in the world is anywhere we all come together. They come strong. They get loud. They love the music. But most importantly, they live life – every second – for all its worth! They inspire me, and I want to get out there and get going, creating the greatest night of the summer every time we hit the stage.

  • DARIUS RUCKER ANNOUNCES INTIMATE THEATER SHOWS SET FOR EARLY 2022

    Nov 01, 2021

    Three-time GRAMMY Award winner Darius Rucker has been teasing new music, posting photos back in the studio recording his first solo album since 2017’s When Was The Last Time. With new music on the horizon, fans knew the touring news wasn’t far behind. This morning he announces Darius Rucker Live set for early 2022, visiting iconic venues across the country for intimate theater performances, offering fans a new way to see the man whose voice The New Yorker celebrates as “extraordinary: rich, round, and full of nuance” and who Rolling Stone praises as one of Country music’s “most reliable acts” with “his gift for choosing just the right set list.”

  • COUNTRY JAM REVEALS GRAND JUNCTION’S 2022 LINEUP

    Nov 01, 2021

    As the biggest country music party in Colorado and now in its 30th year, Country Jam reveals the lineup of acts scheduled for June 23-25, 2022 at Jam Ranch in Grand Junction. Tickets will go on sale this Friday, Nov. 5 at 10 a.m. MT at CountryJam.com.

  • UPCOMING SHOWS AT RYMAN AUDITORIUM

    Oct 29, 2021

    Known around the globe as one of the best performance halls in the world, Ryman Auditorium celebrates all genres, backgrounds and people on its stage and in every pew with its diverse calendar, including recently announced shows Yungblud, Joss Stone & Corinne Bailey Rae, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Conan Gray, Randy Houser and Jessie James Decker. See the full show calendar and purchase tickets at ryman.com.

  • TEDDY ROBB DISCLAIMER: “CIGARETTES’LL KILL YA”

    Oct 29, 2021

    Teddy Robb’s new track states the obvious – “Cigarettes’ll Kill Ya” – but the smoke he sings of targets only the heart. True to form, the Midwestern singer/songwriter returns with a twist on a classic country trope – boy falls for girl, girl leaves boy, boy is left to sit in the haze of the memory.

  • ALEX HALL RELEASES HIS TAKE ON THE CLASSIC “HAVE YOURSELF A MERRY LITTLE CHRISTMAS”

    Oct 29, 2021

    After a year of firsts that included becoming a new father, making his Grand Ole Opry debut and releasing his debut EP Six Strings, Monument Recording artist Alex Hall is closing 2021 with another first, his first Christmas recording. Today the 27-year-old singer/songwriter and guitar aficionado releases his own take on the classic holiday favorite, “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas.”

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    Oct 29, 2021

    Connecticut College will deploy 30 Reef Balls into the Thames River at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 30, during a special event on Connecticut College’s riverfront.

  • CAITLYN SMITH PERFORMS “I CAN’T” ON “THE KELLY CLARKSON SHOW”

    Oct 29, 2021

    As her current single featuring Old Dominion reaches the top 40 at Country radio, singer/songwriter Caitlyn Smith performed a special solo version of “I Can’t” on “The Kelly Clarkson Show,” yesterday, Oct. 28. The Pollstar “Hotstar” also chatted about opening for the King of Country Music George Strait during his “Strait to Vegas” shows earlier this year where Clarkson was in attendance, later encouraging fans via Twitter to seek out Smith’s music. Watch Smith’s performance of “I Can’t” HERE and interview HERE.  

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