For reasons that aren't exactly clear, Chevy enlisted the help of Brad Paisley to design a pickup. The 2014 Brad Paisley Signature Silverado was unveiled today along with other vehicles…
Yikes. This blind item's a doozy. This married A list female country singer is having an affair with this married B+ list celebrity/reality show participant who has a ton of…
Newcomer Rachel Farley was recently named one of CMT's Next Women of Country, and rightfully so. Her brand new single "Midnight Road" samples definitive rock and pop influences, melding into the singer's charming and unique brand of modern country. Spinning a rather darker production to the typical relationship drama, Rachel is a tour de force of sass and powerhouse vocals, often earning her comparisons to pop-turned-country belter Kelly Clarkson. "To be compared to her is amazing. I never thought of living up to that. If that’s what people are hearing out of little ole me, I’ll take it!" she laughs in an exclusive interview with Nashville Gab, adding, "I’ve always loved Kelly Clarkson. Her ‘Thankful’ record is still one of my favorite pieces of work ever."
With her sights set on her debut Red Bow Records project, the budding talent has put together a bloated 16-track record, including nearly 10 songs from her previous record deal.
One of music’s most electrifying entertainers and prolific songwriters, EMI
Records Nashville’s Eric Church, has finally set the date for
his fourth studio album, the aptly titled, "The Outsiders", for Feb. 11,
2014. The release is the follow-up to his CMA and ACM Album of the Year, "Chief", which has gone on to sell over 1.5 million records and produce
two No. 1 singles, “Drink In My Hand” and “Springsteen” and three Top 10 hits
since it’s June 2011 release.
directly from www.ericchurch.com, which includes "The Outsiders" physical album and exclusive merchandise including: T-Shirt, sticker,
and/or a leather cuff bracelet. To go direct to the pre-order page, visit http://smarturl.it/ECTheOutsiders.
Record people and bloggers voiced their thoughts on this for an article I did back in May. Since then, I've caught up with a couple artists who decided to share…