Pete Scobell Chosen As NRA Country’s Featured Artist for July

Accomplished singer/songwriter and proud US Navy SEAL, PETE SCOBELL, has been chosen as NRA Country’s Featured Artist for July. His album, Walkin A Wire, is available now for fans to pre-order. Fans who order now will get an instant download of his track “Wild”. Four additional tracks from the album will be available Read more…

Listen To Lee Ann Womack's Intimate Acoustic Performance
Photo by Scarpati

Photo by Scarpati

Fresh from “Outlaw: A Tribute To Waylon Jennings,” the icon and alternative all-star celebration with Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, Sturgill Simpson, Kacey Musgraves and Alison Krauss of the original Outlaw at Austin’s Moody Theater, Lee Ann Womack brings her own songs to tastemaker site Daytrotter for an intimate acoustic performance. Drawing on Read more…

Brantley Gilbert Says USO Tour Was Life Changing

Brantley Gilbert is a huge supporter of our military, he even spotlights a fallen soldier in his new song, “One Hell of an Amen.” One experience that Brantley says was life-changing was getting to go overseas to perform for our troops on a USO tour. He says, “The USO experience is like … you really Read more…

Alan Jackson Releases First Single From New Album

Alan Jackson released “Jim and Jack and Hank” to country radio yesterday, Monday July 6. The self-penned song is the first single from his upcoming new album Angels and Alcohol scheduled to hit stores and all digital retailers next week, Friday, July 17.

“It’s a fun little up-tempo tune about the same ole story,” said Jackson. Read more…

Florida Georgia Line Go Live
Florida Georgia Line perform at their  iHeartRadio Album Release Party. Photo by Chris Owyoung for iHeartRadio

Florida Georgia Line perform at their iHeartRadio Album Release Party. Photo by Chris Owyoung for iHeartRadio

Rather than go with a video storyline or cool location like the desert or other setting, Florida Georgia Line chose to do a live video for their latest single, “Anything Goes.” Tyler Hubbard explains, “We’ve never done a Read more…

Watch The Nashville Fireworks From The Rooftop!

The best seats in town for “Let Freedom Sing – Music City July 4th” will be at The George, an open air restaurant and bar atop the George Jones Museum. In celebration of Independence Day, The George will host a special, reserve-seat event, which will provide patrons the perfect spot from which to watch both Read more…

Patty Griffin To Release New Album

Patty Griffin announces the release of her new album, Servant Of Love, in Europe on September 11 and the US (and the rest of the world) on September 25. The album is the Grammy Award winning singer-songwriter’s tenth album, and her first to be released on her new self-owned imprint in conjunction with Thirty Tigers. Read more…

Nathan Chapman Makes Opry Debut

Two-time Grammy Award winning producer and hit songwriter Nathan Chapman made his artist Opry debut this week and received a standing ovation from the appreciative crowd. For those not lucky enough to be in the audience when Chapman delivered his soul-stirring performance, Rolling Stone Country has the exclusive video available online here.

“My debut performance on Read more…

Americana Music Association Unveils Second Round Of Performers

The Americana Music Association announced today an additional 70 artists to perform at the 16th annual Americana Music Festival & Conference, which runs from September 15-20, 2015. Presented by Nissan, the six-day, city-wide festival will fill Nashville with legends, newcomers, award winners, and buzz bands, showing the full breadth of Americana’s influence. With over 150 Read more…

One Week Until Bonnaroo! Additional Food Options.

Bonnaroo is only a week away and the food options are better than ever this year. Spicy pie is one’s favorites at the farm but check these welcome additions:

1. The 5-course menu found within the BonnaRoots community dinners;
things taste better when they’re for a good cause. Every bite from
this Read more…

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