Eddie Vedder, Iggy Azalea, Selena Gomez and Wiz Khalifa are just some of the music superstars who took the plunge to raise awareness about ALS.
In an editorial posted today (Aug. 1) in The Tennessean, Keith Urban talks of the importance to keep Music Row alive despite ongoing developers encroaching on the city.
According to a local paper, the sexual assault happened while other concertgoers watched, some of whom shot videos with their cellphones.
“When a music artist or songwriter signs to Ultra, it is our responsibility to protect what they have created.”
Turns out, country shows can get as rowdy as EDM ones.
This marks the first music in over three years from the living legend, and as she describes it, it was the message of the song that really guided her back into recording.
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.
The hologram will travel throughout several cities in Australia over the next few weeks.
Third time’s the charm for Caleb Johnson.
Toby Keith, Carrie Underwood, Luke Bryan, George Strait, Merle Haggard, Hunter Hayes and The Band Perry are just some of the artists who perform on their own or alongside members of the military during tonight’s “All-Star Salute to the Troops.”
“Country music is America’s music,” Carrie Underwood said, and the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is “the pride of Nashville.”
“I thought it’ll be a cool, intimate evening on a large scale for people to learn something about songs they love,” Urban told Radio.com about tonight’s concert, which benefits the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
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.