Tin Pan South And Watkins College of Art Continue A Good Thing
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The 24th Annual Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival, April 5-9 2016, Presented by Regions Bank is thrilled to partner for the ninth consecutive year with Watkins College of Art, Design & Film for its festival artwork. Select Watkins students competed to create a concept that captured the essence of the event, and this year, Chris Read more…

Dierks Bentley Talks About His “Relationship” Album

For Dierks Bentley, it seems the most personal songs are also the ones most universally relatable to his fans. On his upcoming release, he raises the bar on that idea as he candidly explores the farthest corners of his own heart. His eighth studio album BLACK is set for release in early 2016. Fans can Read more…

Charles Kelley Ready For Solo Release

A release date has been set for Charles Kelley’s first-ever solo album. THE DRIVER will be available Feb. 5. The nine-track disc has already received a GRAMMY nomination for its lead single/title track, which fans will now receive as an instant download alongside an additional track each Friday leading into release with an iTunes pre-order Read more…

"A Daddy's Prayer" By John Michael Montgomery

“A Daddy’s Prayer” By John Michael MontgomeryDuring Christmas time, in the aftermath of 9/11, John Michael Montgomery sat down to write a song for his small children, Madison (4yrs) and Walker (2yrs). He wanted to them to know how much he loved them and he wondered what kind of world they would grow up Read more…

Better Late Than Never For Scotty McCreery

“See You Tonight” Singer/Songwriter Nabs a Coveted BMI Top 50 Country Song of the Year Award
NASHVILLE, TENN. – (Dec. 14, 2015) – After having to miss the BMI Country Music Awards in November due to a prior commitment performing at the CMA Marketing Summit, Scotty McCreery excitedly accepted his first BMI Award in person last Read more…

CRS Announces Keith Urban As Humanitarian Award Recipient

The Country Radio Broadcasters have announced Keith Urban as the recipient of the 2016 CRS Artist Humanitarian Award, to be presented during the opening ceremonies of Country Radio Seminar on Feb. 8, 2016. Last year’s Artist Humanitarian Award recipient, Lady Antebellum, will be on hand to present Urban with this year’s award.

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Charlie Daniels And Journey Home Project To Honor Fallen Soldiers
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Charlie Daniels’ co-founded non-profit The Journey Home Project will join the local community to lay wreaths upon the graves of fallen soldiers at Middle Tennessee State Veterans Cemetery as part of National Wreaths Across America Day, which will be celebrated in all 50 states and beyond on Saturday, December 12. The Journey Home Project has Read more…

Eric Paslay On His First Grammy Nomination

EMI Records Nashville country artist Eric Paslay received his first GRAMMY nomination this morning as a recording artist in the Best Country Duo/Group category for “The Driver.” The song is performed by Lady Antebellum’s Charles Kelley, featuring Eric and Dierks Bentley, and was written by Charles, Eric and Abe Stoklasa.

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Keith Urban's Father Passes After Long Battle With Cancer
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Keith Urban is mourning the death of his father, Bob Urban, at the age of 73.

Urban said in a statement released late Sunday that his dad died Saturday after a “long battle” with cancer. Urban said it was his father’s love of country music and America that set him on his journey.

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Charles Kelley Nominated For First Grammy As Solo Artist

While Charles Kelley continues to put the final touches on his first solo project, the singer/songwriter has earned his first-ever GRAMMY nomination as a solo artist in the Best Country Duo/Group Performance category this morning for his new single “The Driver” featuring Dierks Bentley and Eric Paslay. This is Kelley’s 12th career nomination from The Read more…

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