If you want honesty, spunk, sunshine, soul, fun, strength in music and personality then you need to be a fan of Shelly Fairchild. An indie artist such as this brings this entire package in her own way on her own terms. The Jackson, Miss. native started the project for her latest album, ‘Buffalo’ in May 2014, launching a PledgeMusic campaign in the hopes that she would find support of her endeavor – and after reaching her goal in just two days, she realized she had. Her latest single, “Mississippi Turnpike” is just one example of how great this endeavor turned out. ... read more!
Our Throwback Thursday song today is Deana Carter’s “How Do I Get There.” It was released in August 1997 as the fourth single from her debut album “Did I Shave My Legs for This?” Deana co-wrote it with Chris Farren, and became her third single to reach the top of the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. ... read more!
Some say it’s not easy having the same last name of someone very prominent in the country music world, and it must be tough following in their footsteps. Our Wednesday’s Watch artist has made those steps away from it on her own. Stella Parton has blazed her way to a very successful career as a singer songwriter, author and advocate for domestic violence. ... read more!
I always say that you can find a country song for darn near everything. As I was lying awake unable to sleep one night, I started thinking about these songs by Brett Young, Rascal Flatts and Emerson Drive that fit my mood perfectly. I hope you enjoy them and remember why country music is the best for all matters. ... read more!
Not all talent in Nashville started there and this is a name you may not be familiar with but one that should be recognized. Florida native Ciara Rae started with piano at four and let that grow and bring her into acceptance and entry into some of music’s most difficult and prestigious schools and universities. Over the years she has developed a familiar sound but one that is unique to her. ... read more!
The first word in the next sentence says so much. Charitable Hope Nation Radio is kicking off Childhood Cancer Awareness month in September by hosting their 8th Annual “30 Days of Hope” benefit concert, which will feature some of Nashville’s greatest hit singer/songwriters. The all-star lineup will feature acoustic performances from Brady Seals, Buddy Jewell, Gordon Kennedy, John Berry, Keith Anderson, Paul Jefferson, and Sonny Lemaire of Exile. ... read more!