Kristian Bush's debut solo album, Southern Gravity, dropped on Tuesday (April 7) and he gave us a preview of every (yes, every!) song on the album. The singer pops up in this week's Country Quickie to discuss the album, give us a quickie preview, deliver a few innuendos and have some fun alongside host Nicki D.
Toby Keith’s “35 MPH Town” will be labeled as “realistic” by fans and “cynical” by those who don’t care for it. Music is in the eye of the beholder, but one thing is certain: it’s a story that will stir up opinions.
How does a Memorial Day weekend vacation to Jamaica with Tyler Farr, Chris Young and more sound? A half dozen of country's hottest starts will head south for the holiday, and you can too, as the "A Guy Walks Into a Bar" singer's guest.
Since American Idol debuted in 2002, there have been over two dozen country contestants, but only two winners. This You Think You Know Country? answers the question ... "What the heck happened to them all?"
With “Turn It On,” Eli Young Band reveal they were just hoping to write a fun love song for their live show. They overachieved. The uptempo Texas country-rocker may be Mike Eli’s sharpest storytelling moment.
This 2015 ACM Awards are less than one month away, and everyone is offering predictions as to who will win the big awards. Jerrod Niemann joins Country Quickie host Nicki D this week to talk about Entertainer of the Year and to reveal some other special moments one can expect on April 19.
Chris Janson’s "Buy Me a Boat" proves that with the right song at the right time, you can make a name for yourself, even when you're an independent artist. The mellow country-rocker is the sort of blue collar hero song that gets released every spring, but it comes across with sincerity sorely lacking from many others.
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