Congratulations to another country artist who has taken the plunge to do things her way. Multi-talented entertainer Sara Evans, whose No. 1 hits include “No Place That Far,” “Suds In The Bucket,” “A Real Fine Place To Start,” “Born to Fly,” and “A Little Bit Stronger,” has announced the launch of her own record label – Born To Fly Records. ... read more!
The sun is going down on April and our Two for Tuesdays, so here is the last one for a while about the sun going down from Ronnie Milsap and Kenny Chesney. ... read more!
Turns out touring isn’t the only time Thomas Rhett and Kelsea ballerina will be teaming up. This summer the two hit makers will team up again, this time to host the CMA Fest 2017, a three-hour music special to be aired on ABC. The announcement was made on Good Morning America. ... read more!
George Strait has added to his successful 2 Nights of Number 1’s run at Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena, tacking on six appearances throughout 2017. The unique concert series allows Strait, who has 60 No. 1 hits to his credit, to showcase not only his radio hits but many fan-favorites that didn’t reach the pinnacle of the country charts. ... read more!
Country music star Darryl Worley was honored by the State of Tennessee on Thursday, April 20th. The House of Representatives and the Senate, will present Worley with a joint resolution, honoring him for his years of charitable contributions. State Representative David Byrd will recognize Worley on the House Floor of the Tennessee State Capitol in Nashville. ... read more!
Sarah Cannon, the Cancer Institute of HCA (NYSE: HCA), in partnership with Country superstar, Brad Paisley, and Sony Music Nashville, announced the 2017 launch of Band Against Cancer. Activated through a series of content and ambassador-led integrations, the movement unites music and healthcare–two of the most influential industries–to help connect those touched by cancer with community-based treatment options and resources. ... read more!