By Kurt Wolff After a successful run in 2013, the Faster Horses festival is back. Tim McGraw, Keith Urban and Miranda Lambert have been tapped to headline the three-day event, which will place July 18-20 […]
What was the last album you liked that talked about fracking AND gender politics? Dan Weiss sums up the year with his favorite albums, from Lady Gaga to a Malian blues album by Basseyou Kouyate and Ngoni Ba.
Hunter Hayes and Ashley Monroe will team up for the 12th CMT on Tour, aptly titled Hunter Hayes’ Let’s Be Crazy Tour. This isn’t the first time the two have joined forces, though.
“I wanted our finished video to feel like an artifact from 1971,” said video director David McClister, “an archival piece that had been re-discovered from the vaults of a local TV station.”
“When it came time to record this album Vince [Gill] heard ‘Weed Instead of Roses’ and he goes, ‘I’m not doing the album unless you record that.’”
Tom Petty has a beef with modern country music, which he recently called “bad rock with a fiddle.” Well, Tom, listen to these ten songs and see if you don’t change your mind.
This week, Hayes sat down with Radio.com to discuss the decision to revisit his debut with new songs, as well as how his new duets with Ashley Monroe and Jason Mraz came together.
Instead, Miranda Lambert will perform solo during all scheduled shows this month.
In a series of recent interviews, Radio.com chatted with country stars about George Strait. Their stories about King George and his music are further proof why he’s among the most revered artists in country.
After plowing through the latest looks, we’ve matched up the music star brides-to-be with the gowns we’d like to see them march down the aisle weaing.
This week, April 15-19, the trend of reemerging pop-punk stars continues with the return of Fall Out Boy, and French dance rockers Phoenix make an appearance in support of their new album ‘Bankrupt!.’
“He can be very sentimental and you don’t know how to take it,” Clarkson admitted.
“I think she’s so deserving of Entertainer of the Year and I know that it would mean the world to her if she got that,” she said.
For their upcoming album ‘Annie Up,’ the Pistol Annies chose to release the cover art it to fans via Twitter’s brand-new video technology, Vine.
“When we’re together there’s just some sort of magic,” Ashley Monroe tells us of her Pistol Annies bandmates. Fans will get to hear more of that magic on May 7 when the country trio releases its sophomore album.