Whether you are missing someone who has passed away, broken up with or just gone for a little while, I hope that these songs by John Michael Montgomery, Keith Anderson and Darryl Worley can help. ... read more!
It was a very special Mother’s Day at the Akins household. Thomas Rhett and his wife Lauren finally got to welcome home their sweet baby Willa they adopted from Uganda. Thomas took to social media to share the exciting news of Willa’s arrival and a very sweet Mother’s Day message about his wife. Willa is adorable and we are so happy for this sweet family!! Lauren is also pregnant and will give birth to another baby girl later this year. ... read more!
George Strait has got himself a little side venture! According to crookandchase.com the iconic singer is now a co-investor in a new tequila brand called Codigo 1530. He recently held an event for some celebrities such as Martina McBride, and Kix Brooks among other attendees to taste the new product! ... read more!
Academy of Country Music and CMT Music Awards nominated breakthrough artist Kane Brown reveals his highly-anticipated new music video “What Ifs” featuring Lauren Alaina streaming now exclusively on Amazon Music. “What Ifs” is included on Brown’s #1 self-titled album which remains country’s best-selling new-artist debut of the past 2 ½ years. ... read more!
New Chris Young music? Ummmm….YES PLEASE! After earning multiple ACM, BBMA, CMA, Grammy and RDMA nominations and scoring three consecutive chart-topping singles – including his ninth No. 1 “Sober Saturday Night” with Vince Gill – from his “excellent” (New York Times) album I’m Comin’ Over, Chris Young has set the bar even higher with the release of his brand new single, “Losing Sleep.” The song is currently at country radio and has shot immediately to the No. 2 spot on the iTunes Country chart within hours of release. ... read more!
Our Flashback Friday song today is The Zac Brown Band’s “Chicken Fried.” It was their first chart single and their first No. 1 hit on the Billboard country charts in 2008. Zac Brown co-wrote it with Wyatt Durrette. They began writing it several years before the song’s release. Brown had already started the song, when he and Wyatt began listing off “things that are very southern or characteristic of the South to put into this song.” ... read more!