The name is catchy for sure but with over a million views on their YouTube page and a substantial social media following, this effervescent group, known as The Runaway Hamsters, have performed from Nashville to LA, opened for Andy Grammer, and been nominated twice for a Grammy in the children’s category. ... read more!
There have been many books written about Johnny Cash, but ‘The Man in Song’: A Discographic Biography of Johnny Cash’ (University of Arkansas Press), is the first to examine his incredible life through the lens of the songs he wrote and recorded. Music journalist and historian John Alexander has drawn on decades of studying Johnny’s music and life, from his difficult depression-era Arkansas childhood through his death in 2003, to tell a life story through songs familiar and obscure. ... read more!
Country music from the 90’s was a stepping stone for many young artists with some great long-lasting hits and careers. Although some careers slowed down, the hits remained. A renowned and well-respected country artist among that class was Michael Peterson. The Grammy nominated singer/songwriter released his debut album under Warner/Reprise and brought a style all his own. Now after 20 years he is celebrating that album with an anniversary edition to be released March 31st. ... read more!
The Johnny Cash Museum is proud to honor Senior Intelligence Sergeant for the First Brigade Combat Team (1BCT) Fort Campbell, KY Christopher Davis by hosting his Army re-enlistment ceremony on Friday, March 16 at 8:30 AM CT. ... read more!
Taking us back to the roots of Country Music, Paul Bogart is sharing his new single “All that Cowboy Jazz” with the world stealing our hearts with a steel guitar as opposed to an electric guitar. Some say he is a young guy with an old soul since his brand of Country music is more like Merle Haggard and Johnny Cash than nearly anyone else you hear on Country Radio today. ... 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!