“I’m all about getting the most people to hear your music. The wider the audience base, the better.”
Jake Owen gets serious in his new video for “What We Ain’t Got.”
They join Brantley Gilbert, Eric Church and Jason Aldean on select dates.
Tim McGraw, Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton have been tapped to headline the 2015 Stagecoach country music festival in California next April. See the complete lineup.
Jake Owen’s career hasn’t been an easy climb. In fact, it was quite the opposite. In a new interview with Rolling Stone Country, the “Beachin’” singer opened up about the struggles he faced when he first moved to Nashville.
The “Beachin'” star almost bypassed a career in music as a budding young athlete with his eye on playing golf in college at Florida State University before an injury derailed that plan.
We sat down with Jake Owen, Thompson Square, Chase Rice and Dustin Lynch to learn which songs they’re jamming to on the beach or the lake. Here’s their picks.
With California is in the midst of a terrible drought, Jimmy Kimmel and Jake Owen felt it was important to do what they could to help. Their solution? A song about drinking…pee.
Jake Owen doesn’t just want fans to attend his Days of Gold Tour, he wants to take them back to Florida with him.
Jake Owen is doing much more than “Beachin'” these days. The country singer can add host to his resume as he’ll be doing just that for the 8th Annual ACM Honors on Sept. 9 in Nashville.
Jake Owen’s “Beachin’,” “Meanwhile Back At Mama’s” by Tim McGraw, Rascal Flatts’ new single “Payback,” Keith Urban’s “Raise ‘Em Up.” All written by Cadillac Three. And yes, they do they wish they kept a few for themselves.
After earning his fifth No. 1 with “Beachin’,” Owen tells Radio.com he’s turning to the powerful ballad “What We Ain’t Got” as his next single. “It’s about looking at where you are and appreciating what you have.”
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.