King Calaway Releases Debut Album, Rivers

A upcoming country music band, King Calaway is starting to make their way in the country music scene and the group has just released their anticipated debut album entitled, Rivers. Continue reading

Country Artists Come Out For The Opry On 9/11

A few country music artists came out for a special Grand Ole Opry show, as it was on this certain night, it happened to be the 18th anniversary of 9/11. Some of the stars appearing that night was Jeannie Seely, Rory Feek from Joey + Rory, Russell Dickerson, Lindsay Ell, Dustin Lynch and more hosted by Charlie Mattos. Continue reading

Exclusive Interview with Natalie Stovall 

Every artist’s dream is to make it in the music industry. There’s one singer/songwriter, Natalie Stovall, who has been working hard since she was very young to do just that.

The well established artist that hails from Tennessee, recently found time to chat about being a multi-instrumentalist, her time on NBC’s The Voice, some of her inspiration from her friend, Bobby Bones, along with a new tour coming up. Plus, Stovall talks about new music in the works, and a life lesson she has learned through the years while making her way through the music business. Continue reading

Emily’s Pick: Top 3 Favorite Country Christmas Songs & Albums

It’s that time of year when everyone just wants to enjoy the holiday season by gathering around a fire, drinking some hot chocolate, and listening to their favorite holiday songs or albums.

The holidays mean something different to everyone, and I know every person has their own favorite holiday music (or lack of it), but, I’m definitely in the group of people I described in the first paragraph. So, I thought this is the perfect opportunity to make a list of MY top favorite Christmas songs and albums.  Continue reading

Keith Urban’s Most Recent Single – Timeless and Classic

Country singer, Keith Urban is primarily known for his upbeat, hard-driving contemporary style. His latest single, Blue Ain’t Your Color, from his current album, RipCord, released this past September,  is a clear departure from that sound and style his fans know and love.

Urban is no stranger to the occasional romantic or heartbreak song, but Blue Ain’t Your Color is beautifully written in a classic, waltz-style, which is a welcomed relief in a country market that’s becoming saturated with similar sounding music, production, and lyrics.

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