Over Dwight Yoakam’s 30-plus-year career, he hasn’t recorded many songs he co-wrote with other artists. Now comes an exception: Chris Stapleton adds his name to the small list of artists Dwight has invited to co-write with him.
Kenny Chesney has released the video for “Get Along.” The song is the debut single from his upcoming Songs for the Saints album, out on July 27. The video shows Chesney, along with his fans, enjoying warm-weather fun at
The 2018 CMT Music Awards will be held on June 6 in Nashville, bringing together the most popular country music artists under one roof. This year, Chris Stapleton, Sam Hunt, Kelsea Ballerini, Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton and
Back in April, Thomas Rhett dropped his new EP that features four versions of “Leave Right Now,” a tune from his 2017 Life Changes. The highlight of the four-song collection was a version of “Leave Right Now”
Jason Aldean’s Rearview Town is again the top album, and Kane Brown’s “Heaven” still the most-played song, as the Billboard country charts look pretty much identical to last week’s charts. Completing the Top 5 albums is the
Chris Janson’s current single, “Drunk Girl,” is currently No. 27 on the Mediabase chart. And now the video accompanying it has just been revealed. “Drunk Girl” tackles a serious subject matter: respecting women, regardless of the circumstances.
Fresh off tours with Luke Combs and Miranda Lambert, singer and songwriter Ashley McBryde just announced dates for her first-ever headlining tour, which will include more than 30 stops across the Southeast and Midwest with special guest
Luke Bryan’s next single is going to be “Sunrise, Sunburn, Sunset,” taken from Bryan’s newest album, What Makes You Country. “Sunrise, Sunburn, Sunset” tells the story of a summer romance set to music. Jeff and Jody Stevens
Dan Smyers, 30, and Shay Mooney, 26, of the country duo “Dan + Shay” were married within six months of each other last year to their respective wives Abby and Hannah — and they found inspiration for
Dierks Bentley has released his new video for the single “You Can’t Bring Me Down.” The song follows the release of “Woman, Amen,” “The Mountain” and “Living” from Dierks’ upcoming ninth studio album, The Mountain, due to be