With Blake Shelton being one of the original coaches on "The Voice," the one question a lot of people have is will Miranda Lambert ever join Blake on the show? …
Fresh off their ACM New Artist win, my partner and I caught up with Brian from Florida Georgia Line. The boys are both single, and God knows if I (or…
Kenny Chesney’s highly anticipated new album Life On A Rock is now
available to stream in its entirety exclusively on the iTunes Store
(iTunes.com/KennyChesney). The album stream, which is already being called “the
most personal and invested album of his career” will remain available until release day on April 30.
Fans who pre-order the new album will instantly receive a download of “Lindy,”
the first song written for the project.
wrote these songs, it was to capture a time and a place, friends, memories and
the way it all felt,” Chesney says of the collection that features guest
appearances from Willie Nelson and the Wailers Band. “But the more you live, the
more you realize how precious those things are… and now, iTunes is helping me
share these stories, these people, these songs with music lovers
Track 10 on Kenny Chesney's new album "Life On a Rock" (out 4/30 - iTunes/Amazon) is titled, "Happy on the Hey Now (A Song for Kristi)". So just who is Kristi?
Krystal Keith's new self-titled EP (iTunes) was released just last week to rave reviews. To help celebrate, NashvilleGab gal Brittany had the opportunity to ask Krystal a few questions regarding her writing process, touring, and what her famous pop, Toby Keith, taught her.
1. It must have been amazing for you to grow up with such a great mentor in music, I mean your father has been doing this a long time. What do you think you have learned the most from him, musically?
To be fearless. In the studio for instance, It doesn't hurt to sing something differently than you planned or to play around with a song to see what kind of magic you might be able to make. Some of the coolest characteristics in my songs were purely a feeling of "I think this little ad lib here might be cool" or even a mistake that ended up working really well. And being fearless on stage just gives you a far deeper connection with your fans, I think it just makes you a better performer.