Old Dominion—consisting of Matthew Ramsey, Trevor Rosen, Geoff Sprung, Brad Tursi and Whit Sellers—announced they will release their third studio album on October 25. The upcoming self-titled project is the follow-up to the band’s 2015 debut album,
In honor of National Dive Bar Day on July 7, Garth Brooks announced he’ll be embarking on a seven-date Dive Bar Tour this summer. The tour takes its name from Garth’s current single, “Dive Bar,” featuring Blake Shelton.
Singer-songwriter Lena Stone is giving a sneak peak off of her forthcoming project, by dropping the single “Kids These Days.” The song was written by Stone, along with Ben Goldsmith and Emily Reid. Stone’s new project is due for an
Kane Brown’s new single “Homesick” was written about his own life experiences, but military families have really connected to it. As a result, Brown asked fans to send in their footage reuniting with their loved ones in
Caroline Jones’ Debuts New Video For Her Song “Gulf Coast Girl” Featuring Kenny Chesney, Jimmy Buffett & More
Caroline Jones has debuted her new song, “Gulf Coast Girl,” which features Kenny Chesney, Jimmy Buffett, Lukas Nelson and Mac McAnally (aka The Pelicanaires). The song was co-written by Buffett and McAnally for Jones. In addition, the
The Country Music Hall of Fame shared photos and detailed from Kacey Musgraves’ new exhibit, which officially opened on July 2 and runs through June 7, 2020. Kacey Musgraves: All of the Colors explores the musical and
Brett Eldredge will celebrate the Fourth of July with thousands in Nashville. Eldredge and Dylan Scott are just a few of the artists who will perform at Nashville’s Fourth of July celebration, “Let Freedom Sing,” which is
Kenny Chesney’s next single, “Tip of My Tongue,” is coming on July 12, which he co-wrote with pop star Ed Sheeran. According to a press release, Chesney’s frequent collaborator Ross Copperman — also a co-writer on the
Lee Brice scored his sixth No. 1 single as “Rumor” hit the top spot on both the Mediabase chart and Billboard Country Airplay chart this week. Brice co-wrote the single along with Ashley Gorley and Kyle Jacobs.