Sundown Heaven Town is out Sept. 16.
Big & Rich decided to switch things up for their fifth studio album Gravity, due for release on Sept. 23. The country duo, made up of Big Kenny and John Rich, will put the album out on their own label Big & Rich Records with a partnership with Kobalt Label Services.
Tim McGraw has given little detail about his forthcoming album. That is until now. McGraw revealed the track list and additional details about ‘Sundown Heaven Town,’ which will be released on Sept. 16.
It’s the slap the country world is still talking about.
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.
Tailgate parties seem to be everywhere in country music these days. But it turns out that, lyrically, this ‘bro country’ staple is a recent phenomenon. So who sang about them first?
Tim McGraw is a good ol’ country boy, but in video, posted by TMZ, from a recent show in Atlanta, GA McGraw appears to slap a female fan. The singer has now come out to explain his actions.
In their collaborative music video for “Meanwhile Back at Mama’s,” McGraw and Faith Hill make a case for stepping out of the fast lane and slowing things down.
From the pain of a George Jones classic and the simple joys of the Judds, on up to the determination of Dierks Bentley to move ahead even as he ‘holds on,’ these ten songs show different shades of nostalgia in contemporary country music.
McGraw appeared on “The Voice” this week to debut “City Lights,” another new song purportedly from his upcoming album “Sundown Heaven Town.”
With T-Pain writing songs in Nashville, country artists using Auto-Tune, and EDM seeping onto country radio, has Music City gone crazy? Or are these developments simply a sign that the walls between musical genres aren’t as impenetrable as some might have thought?
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.
Bentley and Crow will perform “I Hold On,” Brice will perform his ACM-nominated “I Drive Your Truck” and Paisley will make the national television debut of his new single “River Bank.”