The rain was pouring down hard in Charlottesville, VA on March 29th. That didn't seem to stop country music fans from gathering outside the Jefferson Theatre awaiting the arrival of…
Texas native Ashliegh Lisset is one of country music's up and coming female artists. Not only is she beautiful but she is extremely talented as well. At just 11 years of age Ashliegh lost her father, who died in combat in Iraq. It was then she began to take her music seriously. On August 6, 2013 she released 'Kill The Headlights' which was written by Luke Laird, Hillary Lindsey and Carrie Underwood. The single can be heard on Sirius Xm The Highway. Ashliegh Lisset is determined to be one of country music's leading ladies and due to the amount of attention she's been receiving it's only a matter of time.
1. At what age did you know you wanted to pursue music?
I was 15 years old when I decided to pursue music as a career.
One of the most beautiful men in country music is back with a brand new single from his upcoming sophomore album. Dustin Lynch is known for being a flirt…
On Feb 21, 2014 The Fillmore in Silver Spring, Maryland was completely jam packed with country music fans. With a line up such as Craig Campbell, Thompson Square, Chase Rice, Eric Paslay & Joe Nichols, no wonder it was a sold out show.
This wasn't your typical concert, this was for charity and proceeds were benefiting the American Heart Association. Also, they all performed on stage together and took turns at their acoustic version of past and current singles.
For all of you country music fans who are thinking about seeing Chris Cagle live, you totally should! On Feb 7th, 2014 Toby Keith's Bar & Grill in Woodbridge, VA…
Sam Hunt is becoming one of Nashville's most popular songwriters. He currently has two song's being played on radio stations all over the world, Billy Currington's "We Are Tonight" and Keith Urban's "Cop Car." His style is authentic and his ability to write songs and tell a story is undeniable. He took to twitter after Keith Urban's performance of "Cop Car" on the Grammy's and he wasn't too happy.
Florida native Jimmy Stanley has a undeniable passion for songwriting, compelling vocals, and a fiery attitude to match. When he isn't busting his ass to write some amazing material, he is working at the legendary Bluebird Cafe.
Jimmy Stanley is a cast member on A&E's new reality tv show titled Crazy Hearts: Nashville. The series takes viewers into the life of up and coming musicians struggling to make it big. Although the world may have seen a glimpse of Jimmy's ability to write and sing music, I knew there was so much more to him than what meets the eye.
1. At what age did you know that you wanted to pursue music?
I grew up on a farm listening to country music and started singing as early as I can remember. When I was a little kid I thought I was a country singer but it was in college that I really decided to pursue it as a career.
The Cadillac Three is a trio like no other. They have an authentic country sound with some southern rock flavor. The group consists of Jaren Johnston (lead vocals/guitar), Kelby Ray…
St.Louis native Dakota Bradley is slowly but surely making a name for himself in country music. His voice is nothing short of perfection and his looks? Well, let's just say his concerts aren't lacking the screaming girls for miles. Dakota learned how to play guitar at the age of 12 and decided to form a band. Despite his age, he was able to play in clubs around his town. At just sixteen years old he moved to Nashville to persue his dream and was noticed by Tim Mcgraw's producer Byron Gallimore. Byron was so impressed with this young, raw talent that he signed him to Streamsound Records. Dakota has a timeless voice, but with influences such as Steven Tyler & Guns N Roses I guess I can see why.
1. At what age did you realize you wanted to pursue music?
I've pretty much known since I could talk that I wanted to be on stage performing loud music. When I hit 15 years old, I really started taking it seriously. At 16, I performed "The Girl Is Mine" on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, which really helped advance my career.
2013 was a weird year for country music. I see a trend that has just exploded in the past year. Trucks, fireball whiskey, sexy women and hip hop references is…
Ashlee is beautiful, talented and determined which many of us witnessed from her appearance on Nashville Star season six. In March, 2012 she married Jesse Keith Whitley, son of the late legendary Keith Whitley. Together they have been performing all over music city and they have a fan base all of their own. Ashlee is not just an amazing singer but also a magnitude of talent when it comes to songwriting as well. She's as sweet as pie, but when that guitar hits her hand you catch a glimpse of her wild side. Ashlee Hewitt is an artist that the world should get to know.
Ashley Monroe is widely known for her part in the trio girl band Pistol Annies with members Miranda Lambert and Angaleena Presley. However, she has been performing music since she was just a kid.
Monroe was born in Knoxville, Tennessee. As a pre-teen she moved to Nashville to pursue her music. After only a year she was offered a publishing deal as a songwriter. In 2006, she released a duet titled "I Don't Want To" with the legendary Ronnie Dunn. The single did fairly well. Monroe also co-wrote Jason Aldean's "The Truth" and Miranda Lambert's "Heart Like Mine." She is one of Nashville's greatest songwriter's.
In March of 2013, she released her album "Like A Rose" via Warner Bros. Nashville to critical acclaim. The album was produced by Vince Gill.
Monroe has a classic country sound and a fire that comes to life when she sings. She is what real country music is made of.
1. At what age did you know you wanted to pursue music?
Always. As soon as I could talk I was singing.