Billboard Country Artist To Watch, Cherish Lee, debuted her album, Tequila Cowgirl, to a packed audience in Nashville on Thursday night. Nashville Country Club and Nashville Noise debuted songs from the album. Cherish was introduced onstage by actress and childhood friend, Kaitlin Doubleday, star of the show Nashville and Empire.
"[Tequila Cowgirl] was the perfect introduction to Lee and her classic country sound with a rock ‘n roll edge. After all, “This Ain’t Your Grandma’s Country Song.” The debut album is now days away from its release and it can best be described as honest storytelling. Lee doesn’t pretend to have it all together (you’ll notice that in “Diamonds and Flaws”) and she’s unapologetically herself. She co-wrote all of the song’s tracks, making this debut truly her own story." - Coti Howell, Nashville Noise
Music industry VIP guests, media and her fans enjoyed a private tasting of award winning G4 Tequila as they raised a glass to celebrate the release of Tequila Cowgirlby Cherish Lee. During the performance of "Wyatt's Song," a surprise appearance by the Tennessee Titans cheerleaders dancing and sprinkling confetti throughout the venue brought a unique element of fun to the celebration. Fellow Billboard Country Artist to Watch, Lewis Brice joined her on the duet "One Pillow Over" and Rion Paige performed a stunning opening set.
The King of Country George Strait will play two final shows in 2018 on December 7-8 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas with special guests Lyle Lovett and Robert Earl Keen. Tickets go on sale in one month on Friday, April 6 at 10 a.m. PT at www.StraitToVegas.com.
The trio of Texans shared the stage earlier this month for the first shows of 2018 after initially coming together last year for Hand in Hand Texas: A Benefit for Hurricane Relief, which was a humanitarian campaign assembled by Strait—a night that ultimately raised tens of millions of dollars for hurricane relief efforts. Strait will be recognized by his home state with the prestigious Texan of the Year honor on March 22 in New Braunfels, Texas.
With an unmatched 60 singles hitting the top of the charts – more than any other artist in any genre – during the span of his 30-year career, Strait is the undeniable “King of Country Music.” He has collected 33 Platinum or multi-Platinum-selling albums, more than any country artist and third across all genres behind only the Beatles and Elvis Presley. Strait has sold nearly 70 million albums and earned more than 60 major entertainment industry awards including induction in the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2006.
Cultural icon William Shatner has joined the Heartland Records Nashville roster of artists. The legendary Star Trek actor, director and author is currently working on a very special project that will be released later this year.
Hardcore country traditionalist, Daryle Singletary, built a career based on musical integrity. These are the highlights of Daryle´s amazing career.
Sad news. Real Country music singer Daryle Singletary has died. Singletary, a Georgia native, was just 46 at the time of his death. Looks like Singletary had a blood clot and died at his home. He played at singer Mel Tillis' public memorial on Jan. 31.
Looks like Western Music fans will have a genuine cowgirl to root for when “American Idol“ returns this March. The 2-time currently reigning Western Music Association Entertainer of the Year (2016 & 2017), Krystin Harris, has auditioned for the return of the hit reality singing competition.
Marty Stuart announces Congress of Country Music project in Mississippi. In addition to his Grammy-winning career as one of country music's most versatile musicians, Marty Stuart has long been a tireless advocate for the preservation of the genre's rich history.
Family, friends, fans and music industry colleagues of the late Mel Tillis gathered at Nashville's historic Ryman Auditorium on Wednesday, January 31, to honor the legendary singer who passed away last November.
What do country singer Aaron Tippin, and acting legends Harrison Ford, and John Travolta have in common? They all love flying airplanes! OnFriday, January 19, Tippin attended the 15th Annual "Living Legends of Aviation Awards" in Los Angeles, where he spent some time talking airplanes with two of Hollywood's biggest film stars.