A upcoming Silverado Records recording artist, Tyler Jordan, has released a exciting new single that country music fans are definitely going to like entitled, Back. Continue reading
A newly founded label in Nashville, Silverado Records has been dominating the country music scene this year with new music from their artists. They also have been showcasing their singer’s songwriting skills with the Silverado Signature Songwriter Series.
Silverado Records doesn’t have any plans of slowing down, in fact they are turning up the heat this summer with a new album, Summer On Repeat, that features songs from artists on their roster, along with a few guest appearances by some familiar faces!
Ali Morgan, an aspiring new singer/songwriter from Nashville, Tennessee, is officially releasing her debut single, Crazy, today on all online and streaming music platforms. The Chicago native and Silverado Records recording artist has been in Nashville for only a short time, but has already achieved some notable milestones in her career.
Fans of the pop-country single who don’t know anything about Morgan prior to hearing Crazy, will be surprised to know that the young artist is only 13-years-old. But despite her tender age, Morgan has already performed for thousands in her hometown of Chicago, landed coveted showcase spots at famed Nashville venues like the Bluebird Cafe and Belcourt Taps, and got signed to a Nashville record label. And now, she’s already releasing a song she wrote herself. Continue reading
I have always enjoyed learning more about the musical artists I like, even those that have fallen out of the public eye. This past summer, I stumbled across an article published by the Washington Post about the popular 1960’s country artist named Bobbie Gentry, and how she hasn’t been seen or heard from since the late 80’s. I was immediately interested in finding out all I could about this mysterious artist.
Bobbie Gentry, born Roberta Lee Streeter on July 27, 1944, was most known for her song, Ode To Billie Joe. Like most fans, this was the only song I knew by her, and, to be honest, I knew it best from hearing other artists cover it live, like Jeannie Seely at the Grand Ole Opry. Most of Gentry’s songs were based on her hometown in Mississippi. Continue reading