Country Music Hall of Fame member Randy Travis has long since marked his spot in music history as one of the truly timeless country icons. Now, he is putting his years of experience and golden ear to good use by shining a spotlight on new music he believes in and enjoys listening to by creating his “Diggin’ Up Songs,” new music spotlight. ... read more!
The tour news is flowing, and fans are gearing up. Broken Bow Records artist, Jason Aldean announced his “High Noon Neon Tour,” which is set to launch May 10th in Kansas City. He is bringing along River House/Columbia Nashville artist Luke Combs and Mercury Nashville’s Lauren Alaina. ... read more!
This is as good a time as any to set some Nashville plans for 2018. For the second consecutive year, the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum has announced its complete slate of exhibitions for the upcoming year. The 2018 schedule includes exhibits featuring Little Big Town, Ralph Stanley, the Judds and Emmylou Harris. ... read more!
Every year when I see this announcement I so want to be there, but alas it has not happened so far. After raising more than $135,000.00 with the music event last year, Tracy Lawrence is back with his 3rd Annual Tracy Lawrence & Friends Mission:Possible Turkey Fry Concert on November 21st, with doors opening at 6pm, following his 12th Annual Turkey Fry, all benefiting Nashville Rescue Mission. ... read more!
The debut album from Columbia Nashville singer-songwriter Luke Combs is available now! Luke Combs released his highly-anticipated debut album “This One’s For You” on June 2. The album, which Combs co-wrote all twelve tracks on, produced the North Carolina native’s platinum-certified two-week No. 1 hit single, “Hurricane”- the first for a debut solo country male artist in 9 years – and debuts today at No. 1 atop the iTunes Country Albums chart and No. 2 on iTunes Overall Albums Chart. ... read more!
For this week’s Wednesday’s Watch feature, we have the very talented Luke Combs. This Asheville, NC native has built an incredible following of avid fans by playing his heart out on the road, booking over 200 shows per year. On October 19, Combs made his debut on Nashville’s iconic rock club stage, the Exit/In. The show marked his first full band 90 minute live show in Music City. ... read more!