Love and Theft are on the brink of scoring their very first No. 1 single with ‘Angel Eyes,’ but the celebration has already started. The tune, which was written by Love and Theft’s Eric Gunderson (along with Eric Paslay and Jeff Coplan), has been certified gold for digital downloads exceeding 500,000 copies sold.
Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw‘s Brothers of the Sun Tour has continued to reach new heights almost nightly, most recently with their performance at MetLife Stadium over the weekend (Saturday, Aug. 11), where they set a local record.
After the release of their highly-successful debut gospel album, the Bellamy Brothers are releasing yet another inspirational disc filled with 14 new songs. ‘Pray for Me’ is set to hit stores on Tuesday, Sept. 4.
With a name like Jon Pardi, you know you’re in for a good time. And the 27-year-old from Northern California lives up to his name with his music and attitude. Pardi has already been winning country music fans over with his debut Top 40 hit, ‘Missin’ You Crazy,’ which he co-wrote with Bart Butler and Monty Holmes. The tune is the first release from the newcomer’s highly-anticipated debut album on Capitol Records Nashville.
If you were to ask Kip Moore about his 2012 at this point, he wouldn’t argue that it’s been the best year of his life and career. But it’s about to get a whole lot better this fall when he hits the road with Eric Church on his Blood, Sweat and Beers Tour, also featuring Justin Moore.
There is no question about it. Jason Aldean‘s ‘My Kinda Party’ album was a career record for the singer from Macon, Ga. Now, as he gears up for the release of his fifth studio album, Aldean says the pressure is on to outdo the ‘Party’ album, but he’s not about to let it phase him one bit.
It’s the moment every single newcomer in country music hopes and dreams about — making their debut on the prestigious stage of the Grand Ole Opry. This month, both Maggie Rose and duo Florida Georgia Line will take the iconic step into the historic wooden circle for the very first time.
Summer will round out nicely for the Cadillac Black, who have just signed on to open some shows for Dierks Bentley. Bentley’s Back to College Tour will have him — and TCB — hitting SEC campuses at the end of August.
Blake Shelton returned to the couch of E!’s ‘Chelsea Lately’ Tuesday night (Aug. 7) to promote his upcoming holiday album, ‘Cheers, It’s Christmas,’ set to hit store in October. In true Chelsea Handler style, the host gave Shelton a fair share of ribbing, making sure he knew that Christmas was still a few months off.
Lauren Alaina‘s ‘Eighteen Inches’ lyrics are a smash because they were penned by three A-list writers in Nashville, one of them being Carrie Underwood. And Alaina’s drones of fans and unmatched vocals don’t hurt, either.
Bucky Covington fans have anxiously been counting down the days until the release of the singer’s sophomore album, ‘Good Guys,’ set to hit stores on Sept. 11. To give them a little something to hold them over, Covington has revealed the album cover artwork, as well as the list of which 12 tracks will complete the new project.
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