The concert airs tonight with performances by Alabama and Eli Young Band, Hunter Hayes and Brett Eldredge, Alan Jackson and Cole Swindell and more.
Kacey Musgraves, Dierks Bentley, Lady Antebellum, Kip Moore and other country artists and songwriters share tips and advice on writing songs.
Reba McEntire is back with her first new album in five years. “Definitely there’s room for romance and great relationships [songs] to come back.”
In advance of the 50th ACM Awards this Sunday, Radio.com has compiled a who’s who of nominated country artists to help you follow along.
Including Alabama and Eli Young Band, Hunter Hayes and Brett Eldredge, Alan Jackson and Cole Swindell, more.
On “Biscuits,” Kacey Musgraves sings, “Mind your own biscuits and life will be gravy.” It’s a cute song, but there’s a strong message in it as well.
“I just thought it was a cute little song we were writing for Kacey’s friend. I didn’t know that it would be so revolutionary,” Brandy Clark says.
John Oates, Dashboard Confessional’s Chris Carrabba and more will also make appearances.
Clark almost didn’t release her GRAMMY-nominated debut album. As she explains, “I wasn’t looking to make a record. I thought that my chance at having an artist career had passed me.”
Other newly announced collaborations include Brandy Clark with Dwight Yoakam, Ed Sheeran with Herbie Hancock, Questlove and John Mayer, and also Sheeran with ELO’s Jeff Lynne.
Melissa Etheridge, well known as a singer-songwriter, guitarist and activist, weighs in on Brandy Clark’s Best New Artist GRAMMY nomination.
In a year filled with so many great new artists the 2015 GRAMMY nominees for Best New Artist—Sam Smith, Iggy Azalea, Bastille, HAIM, Brandy Clark—are clearly at the top of their music game. But, there can only be one winner.
The country superstar is taking his 25th anniversary celebration on the road next year. See dates and cities on Jackson’s 2015 Keepin’ It Country Tour.
Eight years ago, Eric Church graced New York’s Madison Square Garden stage for the first time as an opener for Rascal Flatts. Last night (Oct. 17) he returned as headliner for a sold-out show. Read a review and see the set list.
With the Grand Ole Opry about to turn 89, we asked Florida Georgia Line, Martina McBride, Lee Brice and many others if they felt it still resonated with today’s young artists and fans.
“Traditionally, country music is a truth-telling, adult format,” Clark tells Radio.com. “I always want my music to be truthful and a dark comedy. Happy and sad. High and low.”