Today’s a big, big day for Luke Combs because he’s officially becoming a member of the Grand Ole Opry.
Thomas Rhett nominates Bruno Mars, Charlie Puth, and Luke Combs to ‘Dance or Donate’ after boogying in Pittsburgh for cancer research
The Band Perry is back with a new song, and boy is it a doozy.
Florida Georgia Line is putting their concerts to good use this summer by giving out badass all-terrain tracked wheelchairs to a few deserving veterans.
A big congrats going out to Chuck Wicks and his lovely fiancée Kasi who are getting hitched (or maybe have already done the deed) today.
Well I’m in Twitter jail and it’s my own dumbass fault. As I sometimes do, I messed with things I didn’t need to mess with and it got me in trouble. My trouble started because for some reason I got curious about what singers I had on my Twitter lists. Twitter lists are lists of Twitter accounts you can make if you want to see tweets only from specific people. They’re handy for keeping track of famous people and what they have to say. While going over said Twitter lists, I noticed the birthdate listed on Twitter was January 1,
Blake Shelton has just improved on the dang-near perfect by releasing an acoustic version of ‘God’s Country’
The first single, Tip of My Tongue, from Kenny Chesney’s upcoming album is out now. Take a listen
Dierks Bentley is sparking joy in his life and tidying up thanks to Netflix’s teeny tiny tidying titan, Marie Kondo.
There’s a new remix of Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus’ viral Old Town Road in town and it’s, um, interesting.
Here at NashvilleGab, we pride ourselves on championing new music. Today, we’d like to introduce you to Australian country artist, Elizabeth Donald, and her new single “Easier to Apologize.” The song, out today (July 12), is a powerful ballad about how it’s easier to apologize than to fight in a relationship. Written by country hit-maker Hillary Lindsey (“Girl Crush, “Two Black Cadillacs”, “American Honey”), “Easier to Apologize,” hearkens back to the heyday of women in country music. Produced at the legendary Blackbird Studios in Nashville by John McBride, Dann Huff, and David Huff, the song is remnant of early releases
There are many debates as to why young musicians need to attend college in the first place, never mind one that is aimed at a talent. The thing is that while being a musician stems from having talent, turning that talent into a career takes a lot more than just knowing how to perform. There are music programs and degrees at many different tertiary institutions, but if you want to make it in the industry, there are a few places that rank above the rest. These colleges help build the foundation that your talent performs upon, it all depends on
Allie Colleen, Garth Brooks’ youngest daughter, is stretching her musical wings and has released her debut single called “Work in Progress,” a song she co-wrote along with Marcus Hummon and Greg Beick.
There’s a new viral dance challenge afoot, but this one’s for a good cause.
Miranda Lambert is spreading the love and playing furry godmother to a Massachusetts animal shelter by making their adoption fees disappear
Garth Brooks celebrated National Dive Bar Day earlier this week with a very special announcement for fans … he’s going to be playing a few dive bars around the country this summer