Colter Wall Releases Two New Singles with La Honda Records Wall’s original “Cypress Hills and the Big Country” and his cover of Cowboy Jack Clement’s “Let’s All Help the Cowboys (Sing the Blues)” out now. Battle Creek, Saskatchewan – As much of the world turns a romantic eye to the West—with television shows like Yellowstone driving popular culture toward a fictional depiction of life on the ranch—singer and songwriter Colter Wall continues to deliver a realistic lens into the West and cowboying, with his distinguished, authentic voice.
Country legend John Michael Montgomery is optimistic after suffering injuries in a rollover accident on the road from Tennessee to North Carolina. “Despite some cuts and broken ribs, I am doing well,” the singer said in a statement. Montgomery said he was on his way to a concert in North Carolina at the time of the crash.
Country Music Hall of Fame icon Randy Travis was recently presented six Telly Awards won by his critically-acclaimed documentary, “More Life,” released early this year. “More Life” is directed and produced by Shaun Silva. Warner Music Nashville’s Shane Tarleton and Mike Dupree serve as executive producers along with Tacklebox Films.
Lainey Wilson Tops The CMA Award Nominees List With 6 Nominations; Ashley McBryde, Carly Pearce, Chris Stapleton And Shane McAnally Land 5 Nominations The COUNTRY MUSIC ASSOCIATION has unveiled its nominees for the 56TH ANNUAL CMA AWARDS, led by first-time nominee LAINEY WILSON with six nominations. Other top nominees include ASHLEY MCBRYDE, CARLY PEARCE, CHRIS STAPLETON and Songwriter/Producer SHANE MCANALLY with five nominations each. Snagging four nominations were CODY JOHNSON and Songwriter/Producer JOSH OSBORNE. LUKE COMBS, HARDY, MIRANDA LAMBERT, MIDLAND and CARRIE UNDERWOOD had three nominations apiece.