Walker Hayes Bringing Fans 90’s Country With Latest Single

If you’re a country music fan, then you more than likely love all the memorable country music songs that 90’s Country brought like such classics as Strawberry Wine, Wink, Check Yes Or No, Sold, and many more.

In dedication to this momentous era, this is where a quickly rising country artist, Walker Hayes, comes in with his latest single perfectly titled, 90’s Country. This song which is a great combination of appreciation for the decade that brought us so many unforgettable tunes, and a terrific throwback to a time in country music we will never forget! Continue reading

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The Brothers Footman Talks Debut Single & More

In country music these days, half of the time, you can expect what the music is going to be like. Although every once in a while, a new interesting sound comes along to mix up the game.

A new intriguing band, The Brothers Footman, has brought a great new addition to music with their debut single, Lil’ Mo Time. The group recently chatted with me about their first single, along with another song they just released, and lots of more music to come.  Continue reading

Silverado Records Releases Summer On Repeat Vol. 2

Every country music fan looks forward to blasting those country summer anthems every year, and Nashville based, Silverado Records is ready to help with that.

The record label just released a new compilation album, Summer On Repeat Vol. 2, that features different singer/songwriters from Silverado Records’ roster, and friends from Nashville. The CMBeat did a review of the first volume in this series last year, which you can click HERE to learn more about it!  Continue reading

Conway Twitty’s Grandson, Tre Twitty Talks About Official Conway Twitty Day

If you’re a country music fan, then you probably know about a certain country music legend hailing from Mississippi, the one and only, Conway Twitty.

The singer was originally born Harold Lloyd Jenkins on September 1st, 1933, in Friars Point, Mississippi, but when he was a young boy, his family relocated to Helena-West Helena, Arkansas. Now, the Mayor of Helena-West Helena, Arkansas, Jay Hollowell, Phillips County Judge Clark Hall, and the governor, Asa Hutchinson, for the state of Arkansas, is doing something special to remember the icon. They will be proclaiming June 5th, the actual anniversary date of the late artist’s death, officially as Conway Twitty Day. Continue reading