The Grand Ole Opry will host and honor 27 Congressional Medal of Honor recipients on the August 7 Opry as part of the three-day (Aug 6-8) event Nashville Salutes: A Tribute to Our Nation’s Greatest Heroes and Tennessee’s Congressional Medal of Honor “Service & Sacrifice” week. The 27 Medal of Honor heroes who will be […]
Tinder, the world’s most popular social app for meeting new people, is the platform for the exclusive world premiere of Luke Bryan’s track “Kill The Lights,” from his highly anticipated fifth studio album Kill the Lights. Starting today through Monday, August 3rd, Tinder users nationwide will discover a video message from Luke inviting them to […]
Keith Urban recently performed his new single “John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16″ during the 2015 CMT Music Awards, but has yet to set a release date for his new album. Urban is the first Country artist to be named an American Idol judge, a role he will continue to hold for the 15th (and […]
Andre 3000 has been cast in the upcoming second season of the ABC drama American Crime . On the anthology series, the Outkast rapper will play Michael Lacroix, a prominent Midwest architect whose son gets embroiled in a scandal at an elite private school, The Hollywood Reporter writes . The drama’s second season will also tackle gender issues and sexual identity. ‘Jimi: All Is by My Side': Go Behind the Hendrix Biopic A veteran of films like Be Cool , Four Brothers , Idlewild and most recently Jimi: All Is by My Side , American Crime turn will mark Andre 3000’s first reoccurring, non-voiceover TV role
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Andre 3000 Cast in ‘American Crime’ Second Season
Even by Eric Church’s ever-expanding definition, Thursday night’s show under a full moon to open Nashville’s brand new Ascend Amphitheater was different. Maybe even a little weird, country music’s road warrior told fans. “The thing about tonight is you get to see something you’ll never see again,” Church told the crowd, which pushed against the […]
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Eric Church Triumphantly Opens New Nashville Amphitheater
The first clue came during the end of “Beautiful Day” when Bono sang a few lines of “Hungry Heart.” It lasted no more than six seconds, but it seemed to confirm rumors that had been flying around for weeks that Bruce Springsteen was going to come out for the final night of U2’s eight-show stand at Madison Square Garden. But nobody knew for sure Friday night until the end of “Where The Streets Have No Name” when an extra mic stand appeared and Bono began speaking about Springsteen’s profound influence on the band. Watch the Edge, Adam Clayton Perform With U2 Cover Band Needless to say, the capacity crowd erupted when Springsteen walked out with an acoustic guitar. “Earlier, when I busted myself up here in the city, we had a gig in Times Square for Red and this man showed up and delivered,” Bono said. “The chairman, the Boss.
Country legend Lynn Anderson has passed away. The singer, who was best known for “(I Never Promised You a) Rose Garden,” died yesterday of a heart attack while at Nashville’s Vanderbilt Hospital after being admitted for pneumonia. Lynn was 67 years old. I had the pleasure of sitting next to Lynn Anderson on a flight […]
Country Icon Lynn Anderson Dies
Country music maverick Chase Rice has been teasing his widespread fan base with a series of social media posts about his fall headlining tour for weeks, and finally today, July 31, they will have the chance to get their hands on tickets to see the “ferocious” (The Tennessean) performer in his element. Tickets for select […]
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Fans are clearly clamoring for more from Jerrod Niemann, as he helped draw a record crowd at Country Thunder Festival in Twin Lakes, Wisconsin the same week he set a personal milestone at country radio. The Kansas native joined with other country stars to spur an attendance record at Country Thunder when 34,182 fans attended […]
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Jerrod Niemann Breaks Country Thunder Attendance Record
Singer-songwriter Lynn Anderson, a dynamic Grammy-winning performer whose 1970 single, “Rose Garden,” was a country and pop hit throughout the world, died Thursday night at Nashville’s Vanderbilt University Medical Center after suffering a heart attack. According to the Tennessean , Anderson was hospitalized with pneumonia following a recent trip to Italy. She was 67. Iconic Country Music Photos Anderson was born September 26th, 1947, in Grand Forks, North Dakota, to songwriters Casey and Liz Anderson, the latter of whom was a recording artist and writer, penning Merle Haggard’s “I Am a Lonesome Fugitive” and “(My Friends Are Gonna Be) Strangers.” Raised in Fair Oaks, California, Anderson frequently entered horse shows as a youngster, earning more than 700 trophies. In 1966, she was crowned California Horse Show Queen.
Craig Campbell’s sexy single “Tomorrow Tonight” has a brand new music video. Filmed in Nashville, TN and directed by Chris Hickey, the accompanying music video brings the flirtatious lyrics to life. Playful texting shown on split screens precedes a romantic rendezvous between Campbell and actress, Sulivan Mellencamp.
Earlier this morning, Jason Aldean treated NBC’s Today audience at New York City’s Rockefeller Plaza to a four-song set, including his latest single “Tonight Looks Good on You.” The song, which recently reached Number 1 on Billboard’s Country Airplay Chart, is Aldean’s third single from his 2014 platinum-selling album Old Boots, New Dirt . Jason Aldean Talks Touring, Tidal and 10 Years of Hits Co-written by Music Row vets Rhett Akins, Ashley Gorley and Dallas Davidson, “Tonight Looks Good on You” marks the first time Aldean has recorded a song by “That’s My Kind of Night” co-writer Davidson, who first played the song for Aldean before the singer went into the studio to cut his sixth album. “It’s one of the coolest songs that we’ve had on the last two albums,” Aldean told Rolling Stone Country in April, going on to recall hearing it for the first time on the radio.
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Watch Jason Aldean Bring Sultry ‘Tonight’ to ‘Today’