Maddie & Tae have released the video for their song “Woman You Got.” The song, which was released as a single in March, is the first preview of the follow-up to their album The Way It Feels.
Cody Johnson has been forced to take a brief, three-week break due to being put on vocal rest. He recently addressed his “CoJo Nation” fanbase with a message on social media: “Coming off of the road after
Morgan Evans is back with new music for the first time since 2019 with “Love Is Real.” released June 24. “Love Is Real” follows Evans’ previous singles including 2018’s “Day Drunk” and his 2017 hit single, “Kiss Somebody.”
Country legend Naomi Judd has been honored after being inducted into the Women Songwriters Hall of Fame. Naomi, a member of the hit making mother-daughter duo ‘The Judds,’ earned Grammy honors and a string of country hits
Riley Green will drop a 7-song project titled, Behind The Bar, featuring a number of unreleased fan favorites like “I Let A Damn Good Woman Leave,” “That’s What I’ve Been Told,” “That’s My Dixie”, this Friday, July 2nd.
Kelsea Ballerini has announced her first-ever collection of poems, called Feel Your Way Through, which will be published in November. The new book of poetry finds Kelsea navigating her way through youth and into womanhood, with Kelsea
Sam Hunt previewed an unreleased track on Instagram, tentatively titled “Came The Closest,” described as an emotional ballad. Hunt posted the audio clip along with the caption: “This is a rough acoustic demo of a new song
During a broadcast of the Grand Ole Opry, Trisha Yearwood declared “love is love” and joined country artist, and open member of the LGBTQIA+ community, Brooke Eden on the Opry stage. The two artists then performed Yearwood’s
Luke Bryan is previewing his upcoming IMDb TV Original docuseries titled Luke Bryan: My Dirt Road Diary. The trailer for the five-part docuseries offers a glimpse into Bryan’s life through original home videos, interviews, and personal footage.
The Country Music Hall of Fame will celebrate Martina McBride with an exhibition titled Martina McBride: The Power of Her Voice, opening July 30, 2021, and running through Aug. 7, 2022. According to a press release, “the