Amateur songwriters, listen up!
I love Sam Hunt. If you've followed any of my previous blogs, you already knew that.
The statistics were all running Lee Brice's way Wednesday (Sept. 17) as he stood onstage at Nashville's Music City Tippler bar with co-writers Dallas Davidson and Rob Hatch to celebrate the success of his latest hit, "I Don't Dance."
One time -- and this was before Luke Bryan took over co-hosting duties -- when Blake Shelton was hosting the ACM Awards with Reba McEntire, Cher introduced the two hosts to the audience. And it was a moment Shelton says he will never forget.
You can watch the video of Miranda Lambert singing to the little girl with cancer a hundred times and only see what the Texas audience saw on Saturday night (Sept. 13).
One thing that sets the Americana Awards apart from other shows of its kind is that the performances are really excellent -- and always live.
I'm still not quite done obsessing over Kacey Musgraves' debut album. I mean, is anyone?
Usually when a movie based on a Nicholas Sparks book is coming out, I go on opening night.
What's that old adage, "Behind every good man is a great woman"?
Remember a couple of weeks ago when I wrote that Garth Brooks thought everyone was kind of copying Jason Aldean? As it turns out, Aldean thinks everyone's kind of copying Luke Bryan.
Powered by the initial sale of 38,495 units, as calculated by Nielsen SoundScan, Lee Brice's I Don't Dance debuts at No. 1 this week on Billboard's country albums chart.
Michael Jacksonmoonwalks in at No. 12 on the list ofCMT All-Time Top 40: Artists Choice.
Could this be a country music case of one man's trash becoming another man's treasure?
"I know what Americana is," Scott Avett told the packed-in, elbow-to-elbow crowd gathered at Nashville's Riverfront Park Saturday night (Sept. 20) for this year's Americana Music Festival.
Even if you never knew the former Tennessee Titans kicker Rob Bironas, you'd know how much he was loved just by looking at Twitter on Sunday (Sept. 21).