Tracy Lawrence Performs at Gold Strike Casino Resort in Mississippi

It was a great night for live music as country music artist, Tracy Lawrence came to perform a show at the Gold Strike Casino Resort in Tunica, Mississippi! “It’s good to be back down here in this part of the world with y’all!” said the artist as he had a warm welcome to the stage! 

Tracy Lawrence performed several of his hit songs during the show including Made In America, Find Out Who Your Friends Are, If The World Had A Front Porch, As Any Fool Can See, How A Cowgirl Says Goodbye, Texas Tornado, Nothin’ Burns Like You, Sticks and Stones, Alibis, Can’t Break It To My Heart, Time Marches On, Paint Me A Birmingham and closed with an encore of his song, Better Man Better Off! Continue reading

Jordana Bryant Talks About Release Of Her First Original Christmas Song

A young upcoming country artist, Jordana Bryant recently released her very first original holiday song on November 11th entitled, First Christmas in Love!

The sweet single is based around spending time with loved ones during the holiday season. Recently, The CMBeat got to chat with Jordana Bryant about her new Christmas single, the inspiration behind it and why she wanted to release a original Christmas song this year!  Continue reading

Reba McEntire Headlines Bridgestone Arena in Nashville For The First Time

It’s always special to attend a concert in Music City and even more so on a night where country music history is made. On October 21st, the country music icon, Reba McEntire brought her tour to Bridgestone Arena, marking the first time she has ever headlined by herself at the venue in Downtown Nashville!

Along with McEntire, she brought along fellow female country music artist, Terri Clark to open the show! “I am so happy to be here,” said Clark. “I want to thank Reba so much for having me out on this tour, this is incredible, it’s been amazing!”  Continue reading

Travis Tritt & Chris Janson Comes To Jonesboro, AR On The Can’t Miss Tour

One of the best tours this year, The Can’t Miss Tour featuring country artists, Travis Tritt & Chris Janson recently came to perform at the First National Bank Arena in Jonesboro, Arkansas on October 13th! 

Along with Tritt and Janson, the tour featured the upcoming country duo, The War Hippies as the opening act! “Thanks for coming out a little early!” said the duo. This duo which includes the members, Scooter Brown and Donnie Reis are both USMC & U.S. Army Combat Veterans. The duo performed a few of their original songs including American Son, Killin’ It, and The Hangman. They also performed a cover of Chris Issak’s song entitled, Wicked Game and performed a beautiful rendition of The Pledge of Allegiance. Continue reading

Trace Adkins Comes To Forrest City, AR On The Way I Wanna Go Tour

Recently, The natural state welcomed country music artist, Trace Adkins on a wonderful fall Saturday night on October 1st performing at the Eastern Arkansas Community College Fine Arts Center in Forrest City, Arkansas!

“I’m really happy to be here tonight!” said Adkins as he had a warm welcome to the stage. The country artist shared that Forrest City, Arkansas is actually the halfway point between where his family is in Louisiana to Nashville, so he stops in Forrest City, every so often while traveling. “To come play here, this is really cool. Eastern Arkansas Community College, thank y’all for having us and everybody’s been so kind to us today.” said Adkins Continue reading

Alabama Comes To Little Rock On The 50th Anniversary Tour

The great country music band, Alabama has been on the road the last couple years on the 50th Anniversary Tour to celebrate the band’s fifty years in the country music industry. Recently, Alabama came to perform on their tour at the Simmons Bank Arena in North Little Rock, Arkansas!

This particular show had country music artist, Tracy Lawrence as the opener for the concert as he’s been apart of the tour for some show dates! Tracy Lawrence was thrilled to be performing at the concert! “It’s so good to be here with y’all tonight here in Little Rock!” said Lawrence. Continue reading