Charles Kelley’s “Lonely Girl” was written by “Crash and Burn” writers Chris Stapleton and Jesse Frasure, and one would bet it was written on the same day. Kelley’s follow-up to the Grammy-nominated “The Driver” is a throwback recorded with modern soul.
Reba McEntire really is the hardest working woman in country music. The legend grew up in a rancher's household, meaning she often got more done before sunrise than some do in a week. There were some jobs that weren't for the squeamish ... OK, there's one job in particular that will make a city boy squirm, but during this episode of 'You Think You Know Country?' you'll see how holding a bucket led to holding several CMA and ACM Awards.
Kenny Chesney says “Noise” is his first song with real social importance, and the timing couldn’t be better. Without being political, he takes on politics. Without sounding like a luddite, he challenges technology. Without smelling curmudgeonly, he recalls how things once were.
Dan + Shay’s “From the Ground Up” further cements them as the heir apparent to Rascal Flatts. The tender ballad will feel saccharine for only the hardest of hearts. Their story tells of a love every little girl dreams of.
Country music brought its fashion A-game to the 2016 Grammy Awards. Whether posing for photos on the red carpet or giving a stellar tribute to a music legend, the men and women of our genre looked hot, hot, classy and hot on Monday night (Feb. 15).
Over a dozen country artists made an appearance at the 2016 Grammys, and some stunned, while others ... didn't. The worst dressed list features six photos from three artists that swung and missed, although we give them credit for swinging.
Dierks Bentley’s new single “Somewhere On a Beach” recalls his biggest hit from Riser. It’s fair to call the soulful country-blues song a sequel to “Drunk On a Plane.” The ballad details what happens once that plane lands.
Property Brothers stars the Scott Brothers make their musical debut with “Hold On,” one of two tracks they’ve written and released on iTunes. The coffee shop country ballad is a love song written from the perspective of someone missing home.
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