Today, The CMBeat is thrilled to share with y’all a EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE video, from Kären McCormick performing an acoustic version of her latest single, Heartbroken Girls! Continue reading
A great upcoming country music artist, Chris Bandi, who is originally from St. Louis, Missouri although is now a Nashville, Tennessee native is well on his way to success in Music City.
The singer songwriter recently had the time to chat with me about a few things including about how he grew up in St. Louis, some of his musical influences and about how he knew he wanted to pursue music as a career. Bandi also talked about how thrilled he is to go out on tour with Laine Hardy, about his latest single, Man Enough Now, and what fans can expect for some new music coming in 2020. Continue reading
The 2nd inaugural Arkansas Country Music Awards recently took place in Maumelle, Arkansas, with artists from the natural state as well as people from the country music industry, came out to celebrate all the talent we have in our state. Continue reading
All kinds of people from the country music industry from across the state of Arkansas and farther, gathered in the natural state on June 4th, 2018, for the first inaugural Arkansas Country Music Awards, being held at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Continue reading
Everyone who is a fan of country music, obviously knows that the genre is known for producing some of the most beautiful country wedding songs like Amazed by Lonestar, I Cross My Heart by George Strait and one even more current, In Case You Didn’t Know by Brett Young. Continue reading
For years in the music industry, you have always seen artists cover other music besides their own. The idea of musicians performing other artist’s songs still stands true today even among singer’s such like upcoming country artist Johnny Reed Foley who is keeping the tradition alive by recently covering a favorite 90’s country hit, That Ain’t My Truck by Rhett Akins. Continue reading
If you are a fan of both classic and contemporary country music, and love a good marriage between a modern country artist and a vintage country tune, you’ll definitely want to check this out!
When Little Big Town recently played at the Grand Ole Opry, in Nashville, Tennessee, they performed a beautiful acoustic arrangement of Dolly Parton’s legendary song, Jolene. An audible hush fell over the live audience as they listened to the breathtaking interpretation. Continue reading