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Was Willie Nelson right when he sang that “Sad Songs and Waltzes Aren’t Selling This Year”? Is country music now all happy and upbeat?
“I remember we just started with the word ‘dust,’ we wanted to do something with that,” Eli Young Band bassist Jon Jones told Radio.com about the song. Watch the new music video.
“Dust” was shot on a homemade dirt track that was created especially for this project. “It’s taken a massive amount of people to make this happen but it’s pretty exciting,” director Peter Zavadil said in a behind-the-scenes video.
These new additions will join such previously announced performers as Dierks Bentley, Carrie Underwood, Luke Bryan, George Strait and Lady Antebellum.
While the Eli Young Band may not have hit exactly the number of locales noted in the title of their most recent album, 10,000 Towns, chances are they’re getting close.
“It was a fun record to make,” said lead singer Mike Eli of the band’s latest studio album “10,000 Towns,” which hit stores this week. “But we also knew it was an incredibly important record for our career.”
“It felt like that Friday night anthem that our band has never really had and this song accomplishes that without being cliché,” Mike Eli said.
“If anybody’s been in a relationship for a long time they’ve all been through ‘Miss You.’ It’s a song about being in love and everything going great but being too busy to show love.”
“A lot of times when people talk about the other No. 1s I’ve had, they’re always like, ‘Man, stop giving away all of your hits!'”
By Kurt Wolff After spending the last couple years on the road supporting superstars like Jason Aldean and Kenny Chesney, Jake Owen finally setting out on his own headlining tour this year. Dubbed the Days […]
It’s been more than two years since the Eli Young Band has released a new album, but the four bandmates announced today the title and release date for their next album.
“It’s a song about who I was and where my wife basically brought me to,” Brice says of the song. “It’s a tough guy going, ‘Look, I don’t dance, but I’ll dance with you.'”
The “Wagon Wheel” singer announced his new headlining tour will kick off this coming January. See all the dates and cities.
After success with “Even If It Breaks Your Heart,” Hoge is now breaking out on his own with his new single “Strong.” And he’s doing so on his own terms. As he told Radio.com, “If you want to follow your dream, you don’t want to ask permission.”
“Here’s to the crazy ones: the rebels, the troublemakers, the ones who see things differently. While some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius.” So began Apple’s iconic “Think Different” ad from 1997. It’s also part of the inspiration behind the new show The Crazy Ones,’ premiering September 26 on CBS.
Additional artists performing at the Nashville and Charleston festivals include Blackberry Smoke, Dawes, Clare Bowen, and Fitz and the Tantrums.