This week, Toby Keith will become a member of the Songwriters Hall of Fame – an honor he says will stand alone among his many accolades. When asked to name his most important hit, one came to mind immediately, but it’s not the one fans may be thinking of.
Carrie Underwood says she was trying to avoid that cheesy Mommy-moment on her upcoming studio album, but she couldn’t help it. The singer tells Taste of Country Nights radio show that she’s written a song about 3-month-old Isaiah, and she’s wanting to share it.
ABC’s Nashville will lose a character for the next season. Don’t worry, it’s not Charles Esten.
Well, Mama is always telling me I need a little more church in my life. She’s talking about Eric Church, too, right?
Kelsea Ballerini has only made one music video in her life, and it’s a damn good one.
When notorious prankster Brad Paisley released his hand-drawn, country-stars-as-super-heroes video for his new single Crushin’ It, sides were splitting and eyes were rolling all over the country music world. And that’s just what he was hoping for.
Hunter Hayes may be introducing a more carefree time in his life with 21, the first single from an upcoming third studio album. Lyrically, he doesn’t go as deep as some of the songs from Storyline. The concept and sound are easy to embrace.
“Luke Bryan: Dirt Road Diary” opens to the public May 22.