A country music artist, Charles Esten, who is known for many things that includes playing the role of Deacon Claybourne on the television show, Nashville, has just released a great new single called, A Road and A Radio. Continue reading
A fantastic upcoming country music artist, Cory Jackson, just got a great opportunity that can possibly help him get more exposure and launch him to go farther in his country music career.
The singer that is making his home state of Jonesboro, Arkansas very proud, recently got to sing for the Blind Auditions on NBC’s The Voice and got three chair turns by three of the coaches! Continue reading
A upcoming country music artist, Macy Krew, from Nashville, Tennessee, although she is originally from Grand Rapids, Michigan, is starting to make her way through the country music scene.
The singer songwriter recently got to chat with me about a few things such as how she got into music and who are some of her musical influences! Along with that, Krew also talked about her experience on the latest season of American Idol, and about her latest single, Playin’ With Fire! Continue reading
It has been over three years since country music artist, Charles Esten, made the announcement that he was going to start working on a new project that was very interesting, and turned out to be something that had never been done before in the music industry.
On July 15th, 2016, the singer songwriter, Charles Esten who is well known for his role on the drama television show, Nashville, announced that he was going to release a new song every Friday with this new adventure being called, Every Single Friday. Continue reading
Joe Friday, from the iconic TV show, Dragnet, would have been very pleased with our newest feature, which launched this past Friday on our Facebook and Twitter social media pages, called Fun Fact Friday. We fully complied with his famous catch-phrase and posted “Just the facts, ma’am“.
If you missed the posts as they went live, you can see all the facts right here in the following recap:
Since we got so much love and so many positive comments about our last article on the recently cancelled television show, Nashville, we wanted to create another post for all you “Nashies” (fans of the show) out there, dedicated to your favorite songs from the series. Continue reading