In the midst of promoting his memoir, Forever and Ever, Amen, Randy Travis gives fans a reason to celebrate with his first music release in six years. “One In A Row”, is a song about missing someone as much as the world has missed the Country Music Hall of Fame member’s one-of-a-kind baritone since a massive stroke in 2013 affected his ability to perform.
From breaking out in 1998 with her #1 Billboard hit “What If I Said,” which also topped the CMT video charts, the Canadian music charts and garnered her award-nominations to 2017 which delivered her the diagnosis of breast cancer, Anita Cochran still remains a winner!
The star-studded lineup includes performances by Larry Gatlin, Moe Bandy, Crystal Gayle, John Berry, Jimmy Fortune, T. Graham Brown, Mark Wills, Teea Goans, Tim Rushlow, Tim Atwood, Jeannie Seely, Deborah Allen, Chonda Pierce, Rockland Road, as well as a surprise guest.
Two time CMA Male Vocalist Of The Year, and GRAMMY-winning country music artist Lee Greenwood celebrates the 35th anniversary this week of the release of his signature hit song, the patriotic "God Bless The USA."
Travis Tritt Kicks Off “The Voice” Season 16 Season Finale performs “T-R-O-U-B-L-E” with contestant Andrew Sevene.
Spanning more than 45 years, the music of Don Williams continues to connect adoring fans around the world, and soon they’ll have a chance to experience those iconic hits in a whole new way. Starting October 31, Don Williams: Music & Memories of The Gentle Giant takes residency at Nashville’s famed Schermerhorn Symphony Center for three nights of reflection of the Country Music Hall of Fame member’s music, accompanied by the Nashville Symphony.
Nashville has gone too far if playing fiddles is newsworthy... Jon Pardi is kicking off his third album just the way he likes his country music — with a fiddle intro. Pardi, whose 2016 album, “California Sunrise,” shot him to the top of the country album chart, is releasing “Heartache Medication” on June 3, a classic honky-tonk-style song that’s the first single from an album of the same name to be released Sept. 27.
Country superstar Travis Tritt is lucky to be alive following an accident involving his tour bus and two other vehicles in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina on Friday. The "It's A Great Day To Be Alive" singer took to Twitter to share details about the incident with fans, revealing that two people were killed, and his bus was turned over, The Blast reported.
Country Music Hall of Famer Charlie Daniels is celebrating big this month as his hit song "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" reaches its 40th year of being one of the the most impactful fiddle-centric song to ever be released.
GRAMMY Award-winning and platinum-selling country music legend Larry Gatlin is featured on the latest episode of Voices in the Hall, a new podcast produced by the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
Fresh from celebrating his 60th birthday at the Grand Ole Opry with friends, family and a sold out crowd, Randy Travis is releasing his long-awaited memoir, Forever and Ever, Amen: A Memoir of Music, Faith, and Braving the Storms of Life.
Leon Rausch, the beloved Voice of the Texas Playboys for over 60 years, passed away this morning in Fort Worth , Texas. A great loss for Western Swing music
Family man and country and western artist Paul Bogart released a new song dedicated to mothers everywhere. Written by Bogart with Cassidy Lynn and Dan Wilson, “Mothers & Sons” perfectly represents the ups and downs of motherhood and the relationships mothers have with their sons. Produced by acclaimed producer and artist, Trent Willmon, the slow-paced melody and picturesque lyrics pull at listeners’ heartstrings for Mother's Day.
George Strait further cemented his iconic status within the history of country music with a record-making 27th No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums Chart with his latest, Honky Tonk Time Machine. With 51,000 equivalent album units, the album also lands at No. 4 on the all-genre Billboard 200 chart and marks the largest week of 2019 for any country album.
Seven-time multi-platinum selling country group Alabama has added almost 30 new concert dates to their historic "50th Anniversary Tour." The band revealed 28 additional arena and amphitheater shows as they continue their cross-country trek celebrating five decades of music.
Multi-platinum selling country music artist Sammy Kershaw was recognized by his hometown of Kaplan, Louisiana earlier this week when the town mayor proclaimed May 6, 2019, as "Sammy Kershaw Day."
Randy Travis made a special appearance on the Opry stage Saturday night (May 4) to celebrate his 60th birthday. In honor of the big day, Travis fans Charles Esten, Josh Turner, and Charlie Worsham all performed on the Opry singing some of their favorite Travis songs, along with fellow Country Music Hall of Famer Don Schlitz, who wrote or co-wrote a number of Travis’ biggest hits.
Fantasy Records is proud to announce the signing of country music outlaw Tanya Tucker who is set to release her brand-new album in late summer 2019. Produced by Brandi Carlile and Shooter Jennings, While I’m Livin’ will mark Tucker’s first release of all new material since 2002’s Tanya.
Last night Nashville, TN’s Bridgestone Arena became home to a once-in-a-lifetime, star-studded tribute event honoring Michael W. Smith and celebrating his 35 year career and his 35 #1 hits.