Meet Georgia native Sam Hunt. No need to worry if you haven't heard his name before because chances are you've heard his songs on country radio. Sam co-wrote Kenny Chesney's…
This shouldn't be funny, but it is. Over the weekend, Luke Bryan performed for the largest country concert ever at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh. Unfortunately, the evening was marred by…
Kenny Chesney and Jake Owen's music is getting the musical theater treatment. According to Country Standard Time, the 2014 New York Musical Theatre Festival will launch this year with a…
Country fans bury Pittsburgh in trash http://t.co/ma81QqRD13
— Boing Boing (@BoingBoing) June 22, 2014
Well Luke Bryan's Saturday night foray into big boy shows was a huge success, but it was also really, really trashy.
Luke played his very first stadium show as a headliner Saturday night at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and by the looks of the tons of trash left behind by concert-goers it was one helluva a party.
After being teased with Kenny Chesney's new single, American Kids, for the past week and a half, the day has finally come for it to make it's world premiere. …
Last weekend, I had the honor of watching my very first Kenny Rogers concert when he came to Boise, Idaho.
And it's a concert I don't think I will ever forget.
I remember being a kid in the 80s and my mom love, love, loving her some Kenny Rogers, so I was pretty happy when I was able to score two tickets and bring her along for the fun ride. I have four singers/groups who stand out strongly from my really young days: Bob Seger, which I remember because my mom went to his concert while I was in the hospital having my tonsils removed; Rod Stewart because I was in love with his highly-inappropriate-for-a-youngster Do Ya Think I'm Sexy; and The Gatlin Brothers because All The Gold In California was my favorite song and I sang it constantly. But then there was Kenny Rogers who I had a special place in my heart for because he was my mom's favorite singer, which definitely rubbed off on me, and I grew up thinking that he and I were related. See, my maiden name was Rogers and so in my young mind Kenny Rogers was some sort of a long lost uncle of mine.
Kenny Chesney's been out of the loop for a while now after taking the last year off from his normally hectic life on the road, but he's back with a new single and promises of more to come.
Kenny has announced his next single is American Kids, a "multi-tempo celebration of the spirit of young America that packs not one, but two hooks and an innovative lyrical scan," whatever all that means. All I know is that the song has a toe-tapping beat that sort of reminds me of Sugarland's Stuck Like Glue at the beginning.
Seems like forever we've been hearing about Britney Spears' little sister's burgeoning country career, but finally we have confirmation that Jamie Lynn Spears is ready to get this dang show on the road with the announcement of her debut EP, The Journey.
The Journey? Pfft. More like The Wait, Wait, and Wait a Little Longer. Sheesh.
Full press release after the jump …
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.
When your name is George Strait and you're the king of country music, playing your last show in Music City is a rather big deal. I had heard Kenny was…
Photo Taylor Swift is one wealthy 24 year old. She took the top spot of Billboard's highest-paid musicians of 2013, raking in $39,699,576.60, which was more than enough to out-do the…
Kenny Chesney seems like a pretty chill, laid back kind of guy, but apparently that doesn't mean he won't still sue you if the need arises.
According to the Tennessean, Kenny has filed a copyright lawsuit against a company who has been using his name and trademarked logo of a guitar leaning against a palm tree to sell their unauthorized merchandise.