With their single, “The South,” Cadillac Three were looking to give the kids of today a song that they could relate to, just as they had related to Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “Sweet Home Alabama” when they were little.
The good, the bad and the shocking from the ACMs red carpet.
The legendary artist will receive the Crystal Milestone Award during this year’s ACMs. Haggard is also the subject of the upcoming tribute album “Working Man’s Poet,” featuring many top country stars.
The third annual festival along the Columbia River in Washington also will feature Billy Currington, the Eli Young Band, Joe Diffie, Randy Houser, Justin Moore, Kip Moore, Cassadee Pope, Chase Rice and Dallas Smith.
“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 […]
With the Super Bowl set for New Jersey’s MetLife stadium on February 2, the nearby New York metropolitan area is quickly turning into party central over the days leading up to the main sporting event.
Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line and Blake Shelton were among the artists who walked away big winners tonight (Dec. 10) during the fourth annual American Country Awards in Las Vegas.
No doubt about it, 2014 is going to be a huge year for Jake Owen. And it all starts this week with the release of his new album, ‘Days of Gold.’ “I want people to see all sides of me,” he tells Radio.com.
Jake Owen kicks country’s door in with his excellent fourth album, while Kells, Brit, and Muse limp into the end of the year with their releases. Dan Weiss gives you the low-down on this Wintery Mix.
“I want people to feel more than they did with ‘Barefoot Blue Jean Night,’” said Owen. “I think this album for me is a great definition of who I am, but also a step forward.”
More than 20,000 fans attended the first-ever Faster Horses Festival in Michigan, which also featured Florida Georgia Line, Chris Young, Jerrod Niemann, Thompson Square, and Kix Brooks.
Despite the rain, the artists gave all–and the fans ate it right up–during the 31st WYCD Downtown Hoedown, which brought dozens of country artists to downtown Detroit this past weekend.
The 31st annual festival kicks off this weekend, with additional performers including Tate Stevens, Craig Morgan, Casey James, Aaron Lewis, Drake White, Parmalee, Maggie Rose, and Charlie Worsham.
When it comes to fashion at the ACM Awards you never know what you’re going to get: a sea of cowboy boots and taffeta or a carpet filled with well-tailored suits and high fashion gowns. This year’s awards show luckily had a little bit of both.
Joe Nichols, Jake Owen, Uncle Kracker, Craig Morgan, Phil Vassar, and Aaron Lewis are among the artists announced today playing the 31st annual WYCD Downtown Hoedown in Detroit.