Nashville Music Scene w/ Jerry Holthouse

The latest news on Nashville’s Country Music brought to you by Jerry Holthouse.

Nathaniel Rateliff Set To Release First Solo Album In Nearly Seven Years

Nathaniel Rateliff is set to release, And It’s Still Alright, his first solo album in nearly seven years, on February 14 via Stax Records. When Rateliff began writing for the new album, the songs initially centered on the pain of his unraveling relationship but the theme of the album took …

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WATCH: Ron Pope Premieres “My Wildest Dreams”

Nashville-based singer-songwriter Ron Pope premiered new video “My Wildest Dreams” today (watch above). “After my daughter was born, I was incapable of writing,” Pope explains, “Having a new child was so all-consuming that I couldn’t focus on anything else. Finally, I decided to write a song explaining what I was …

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CMA Reveals Triple Play Award Recipients

The Country Music Association has revealed the recipients of the 11th annual CMA Triple Play Awards, an honor presented to songwriters who pen three No. 1 songs within a 12-month period based on the Country Aircheck, Billboard Country Airplay and Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. In total, 16 songwriters will …

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Scooter Brown Band Keyboardist Passes

Carrigan Chet Shields, accomplished piano player and member of the Scooter Brown Band, died on December 30, 2019. Born on October 22, 1989 in Pocatello, Idaho to Clint and Brenda Shields, Carrigan grew up in a musical family, picking up the talent immediately. He excelled in a variety of instruments …

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Dustin Lynch Scores Seventh #1 With “Ridin’ Roads”

Dustin Lynch has scored his seventh career #1 at Country radio – “Ridin’ Roads” marks his second chart-topper as a songwriter. The grooving middle-of-nowhere romance tops the Billboard Country Airplay chart this week while reigning the Country Aircheck/Mediabase chart for two consecutive weeks, with much more on the horizon. Lynch’s …

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Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival

Bonnaroo 2020 Lineup Is Here!

Bonnaroo 2020 just revealed the initial lineup and it is a good one. Tool, Miley Cyrus, Billy Strings, Bassnectar, Flume, Tame Impala just to name a few. The 19th annual edition of the internationally acclaimed four-day multi-stage camping festival set to take place June 11 – 14 at Great Stage …

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The Justin Kemp Band Release Tribute To Country Legends

The Justin Kemp Band released their new country single “Legends Never Die” on December 20, 2019. This original classic country song is a clever tribute to Country Music legends whose song titles compose most of the lyrics. Each line has been skillfully gleaned from many classic country hit songs from …

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Tenille Arts Returns To The Bachelor

Country Artist Tenille Arts will be performing her single “Somebody Like That” in the upcoming three-hour premiere episode of ABC’s The Bachelor. The episode will feature a special one-on-one date with the musical stylings of Tenille for the newest Bachelor, Peter Weber and his lucky date. This episode is scheduled …

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Ashley McBryde Debuts “One Night Standards” Video

Artist and songwriter Ashley McBryde debuted her new music video for current single “One Night Standards,” the first of a three-part storyline that will be released over the upcoming weeks. The video made its debut on YouTube this week, along with two digital billboard counterparts in Times Square in New …

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3rd Annual “For Pete’s Sake” Benefit Set For January 19

On January 19, the City Winery Nashville will play host to “For Pete’s Sake,” a concert event benefitting The Pete Huttlinger Fund for Adult Congenital Cardiac Research at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. On hand to perform and honor their friend, guitarist Pete Huttlinger, will be John Oates, Jack Pearson, Phil …

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