Curb Records recording artist Dylan Scott joins forces with GRAMMY® Award nominated, ACM and CMA Award winner Jimmie Allen for unifying anthem “In Our Blood.” The fresh collaboration is out today (5/6) — listen HERE. In celebration of the official music video for the song, Scott will go live on Facebook tonight at 6 PM CST, with the video premiering at 6:30 PM CST HERE. The smoky truth-filled track previews Scott’s upcoming LP, Livin’ My Best Life, which arrives Aug. 5, 2022. The highly-anticipated full-length project is now available for pre-order/pre-add/pre-save HERE. Additionally, autographed CD and vinyl pre-orders are available at www.dylanscottcountry.com.
Muscadine Bloodline released the official music video for the title track of their highly-anticipated, upcoming sophomore album Dispatch To 16th Ave. today. The song is an autobiographical take on the cutthroat music industry in Nashville, and the video is an entertaining and exaggerated representation of how it feels to experience it firsthand. Watch the music video here!
Multi-national six piece King Calaway have teamed up with UK country hit-makers, The Shires, to perform Miley Cyrus’ brooding power-ballad ‘The Climb.’ The song is released as part of King Calaway’s ‘Nashville House Band Series,’ in which the group have teamed up with top musical acts across the globe to release collaboration video performances recorded and filmed independently of one another.
Today (March 4th, 2020), the Dixie Chicks released their first song in 14 years, titled “Gaslighter”. The catchy tune sends the listener back in time with the familiar vocals and rhythm of the Dixie Chicks, but with an extra flare of female strength and resilience. Gaslighter is just a taste of what the Dixie Chicks have in store for us and on May 1st, they will release their new album of the same name. While we anxiously await for the album we will have Gaslighter on repeat and turned up to eleven!
Just recently, Gareth Leach dropped his latest singles (double A) Down the Rabbit Hole and Old Crow Feather landing at #4 on the iTunes Country Singles chart, lifted from his forthcoming album. Alongside that, came the official music video for Down the Rabbit Hole, produced and directed by Gareth’s talented wife, Jade Robinson, and features family members, including their own children, nieces and nephews.
GLOBAL ICON SHANIA TWAIN LAUNCHESSHANIA TWAIN “LET’S GO!” THE LAS VEGAS RESIDENCYTO SOLD-OUT CROWDS OPENING WEEKAT ZAPPOS THEATER AT PLANET HOLLYWOOD RESORT & CASINO Las Vegas (Dec. 12, 2019) – This past week, the top-selling female country artist of all-time, Shania Twain, debuted her new headlining residency show, Shania Twain “Let’s Go!” The Las Vegas Residency, with three sold-out shows on Friday, Dec. 6, Saturday, Dec. 7 and Wednesday, Dec. 11 at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. Spotted in the audience on opening night were several of Shania’s celebrity fans, including AJ McLean, David Copperfield, Kim Petras, Jax Taylor, Brittany Cartwright, Lala Kent, Randall Emmett, Carrot Top and Raiders owner Mark Davis.
VEVO AND LITTLE BIG TOWN RELEASE “OVER DRINKING” LIVE PERFORMANCE VIDEO Vevo announces the release of Little Big Town‘s live performance of “Over Drinking.” Little Big Town began with Kimberly Roads and Karen Fairchild, two Georgia natives who began singing together in college. Arkansas-born and Alabama-raised Jimi Westbrook, a friend of Fairchild’s husband, joined them to make a trio, and the group was completed by the addition of Arkansan Phil Sweet in 1998.
JAMES WESLEY ANNOUNCES RELEASE OF “YOU SHOULD BE HERE WITH ME” BEHIND THE SONG VIDEO Watch James Wesley’s Behind The Song Video here. NASHVILLE, TN. – (October 23, 2019) – A touching video in support of his most recent single, “You Should Be Here With Me,” has been released by traditional Country music performer and songwriter, James Wesley.
Heart of Stone is the fourth single lifted from Kirsty Lee Aker’s self-produced album, Under My Skin, with the official music video premiering on the Country Music Channel last Friday. Created by Kirsty Lee Akers and produced and directed by Jesse Anderson (Klik Productions), the Heart of Stone video clip brings the story of the Goree Girls to life. The Goree Girls were a band of female prisoners of the Goree Unit in Huntsville Texas and were the first documented all-female country and western band, performing throughout the 1940’s. Serving time for everything from murder to cattle rustling, the girls spent their days at the Goree State Farm doing a variety of things.