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

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

Mike Ryan Releases Beautiful New Single, Dear Country Music

There is many country music fans who know how remarkable this certain music genre is today. It is amazing for many things including how it can relate to everyday life.

While thinking about that, this is where a upcoming country music artist from the lone star state, Mike Ryan comes in as he just released a beautiful new song that talks about the genre entitled, Dear Country Music. Continue reading

2 Arkansas Artists Talk Upcoming Arkansas Country Music Awards

The 2nd Annual Arkansas Country Music Awards that is going to be held on Monday, June 3rd, 2019, that will be happening at the Maumelle High School Auditorium located in Maumelle, Arkansas, is quickly approaching!

Earlier this year, country music fans had the opportunity to nominate and vote for their favorite nominees for this year’s shows. You can click HERE to check out the list of nominees from our previous article. Continue reading

Luke Combs’ Debut Album For His Fans: This One’s For You 

A fast rising country star from Asheville, North Carolina, Luke Combs hit the country airwaves two years ago with his smash single, Hurricane, giving fans a taste of his style and what we could expect more in his music. Now the singer/songwriter has finally released his debut album on June 2nd, This One’s For You.

The album starts out with a song that is a great pure country sounding song, Out There. When you’re listening to the song, you would think that is what the rest of the album will sound like, but Combs breaks past that mold, with the second number, Memories Are Made Of, a more heartfelt song about making memories that features a smoother side of Combs.

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Recap of the 59th Annual Grammy® Awards: Country Edition

If you spent any amount of time this past week watching TV or scrolling through your social media feeds, you know that everyone was buzzing about the 59th Annual Grammy® Awards, which premiered on CBS, February 12th.

British pop music sensation, Adele, opened the show with a beautiful performance of her hit song, Hello. She also closed the show by winning the highest honor and last award of the night… the coveted Album of the Year award. Other standout mainstream music moments included a performance by Ed Sheeran, a tribute to Prince that featured Bruno Mars, and another tribute to the Bee Gees, featuring a memorable arrangement of their iconic hit, Stayin’ Alive, performed by Demi Lovato.

Although pop music and pop artists seemed to monopolize most of the night, country music had plenty of great moments as well. Continue reading

Thoughts On The 50th CMA Awards

It was one of country music’s biggest and most historic nights, when the lights came down inside the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee and stars were everywhere for the 50th Annual Country Music Association Awards.

The show started off with a wonderful look back over the the CMA’s 50 year history, with a tribute to Merle Haggard from Vince Gill & Merle’s son, Ben Haggard. Brad Paisley joined in with Roy Clark to perform Buck Owens’ I’ve Got A Tiger By The Tail!. Carrie Underwood honored the immortal Tammy Wynette with a performance of Stand By Your Man, and Charley Pride sang his classic song, Kiss An Angel Good Morning.

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