Toby Keith and Lee Greenwood are among the artists lending their voices to Donald Trump's Inauguration. Both will perform at the Lincoln Memorial on January 19 as a part of…
Grammy-award winning country music artist Lee Greenwood is proud to become an Ambassador for the DAV (Disabled American Veterans), a non profit charity that provides support for America’s ill and injured veterans.
You have to hand it to Lee Greenwood. Very few songs have the kind of longevity as his beloved "God Bless the U.S.A." According to Music Row today, Greenwood's 1983-penned…
Memorial Day isn't all about barbecues and beaches, a long weekend and a long neck. It is about our United States troops who made the ultimate sacrifice to protect our…
I think most country fans are looking for the charts to get
more interesting now as most of them have come to a standstill this week.
Florida Georgia Line are still at #1 (does it even need to be said?) with their
‘Cruise’ remix on Hot Country Songs and Country Digital Songs, and ‘Here’s To
The Good Times’ remains at #1 on Top Country Albums. Meanwhile, their new
single ‘Round Here’ is climbing up in the wake of its predecessor’s success, at
#7 on Country Digital Songs, #19 on Country Airplay and #13 on Hot Country
Songs. It seems likely that before long it too will reach #1.
Lee Greenwood first moved to Nashville in 1979. He later penned the iconic "God Bless the USA" in 1983 in the back of his tour bus. It later won "Song of the Year" at the 1985 CMA Awards, which began its long legacy as the go-to patriotic song. He also possesses a long string of other hits, including “Ring on Her Finger, Time on Her Hands,” “It Turns Me Inside Out,” “Somebody’s Gonna Love You,” “Holdin’ A Good Hand,” “I Don’t Mind the Thorns (If You’re the Rose)”, “She’s Lyin,” and “Dixie Road.”
As "God Bless the USA" turns 30 this year, he's commemorating the milestone with a spotlight exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum, displaying artifacts from his many years of music-making. Nashville Gab had a chance to chat with the singer on-site last week about 30 years in the business, his new EP "I Want to Be In Your World" and how Hunter Hayes has impressed him the most among today's stars.
The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum will unveil a special
spotlight exhibit dedicated to singer Lee Greenwood on May 10. Lee
Greenwood: American Patriot, which will be located within the museum's
permanent exhibit on the third floor, will incorporate costumes and other
artifacts spanning Greenwood’s 50 years of musical activity. The exhibition will
run through April 25, 2014.