Throughout the span of Phil Vassar’s career his ballads have touched many lives with songs ranging from “Last Day Of My Life,” “This Is God,” “Erase,” “Rose Bouquet,” and “Don’t Miss Your Life.” He has a way with his fans that tips the scales on how much he appreciates their loyalty through the years, going out of his way to make them always feel they are included in his journey. ... read more!
Warner Music Nashville artist Cole Swindell has added a new certification to his music resume. For the second time he received RIAA Platinum honors, this time was for his single, “Ain’t Worth The Whiskey,” from his self-titled album. The hit song is a follow up and the third consecutive No. #1 single to “Chillin’ It,” and “Hope You Get Lonely Tonight.” So I thought it only fitting to celebrate Cole as our Music Video Monday artist. ... read more!
I will be honest here; I really don’t know how much more I can say about our Music Video Monday artist, Dierks Bentley that you already are not aware of. The award winning singer songwriter has a storied career which garnered 11 Grammy nominations, a string of No. 1 hits, millions of albums sold and the honor of becoming a member of the Grand Ole Opry. His song “Riser” is a true testimony of enduring the toughness of life and how one can fight hard to overcome the obstacles. ... read more!
One Country Records, LLC recording artist Abi Ann had our attention earlier this year in one of our “Wednesday’s Watch” segments. This young Texas native may be young, but has forged ahead to continue making her ambitions become a reality. ... read more!
You will find nothing flashy about singer songwriter Kip Moore. The fire in his spirit, the roughness but yet at times smoothness of his voice is reminiscent of a younger Bruce Springsteen. There is passion, conviction and true story telling in his words. On the heels of his soon to be released album, “Wild Ones,” on August 21st, I think it only fitting to select a strong cut, “I’m To Blame,” for our Music Video Monday spotlight. ... read more!
For Mo Pitney music was a family affair, he picked up the drums at six and guitar at 12. His debut release, “Country,” came out of nowhere and put the country scene on alert that there is still room for some real country music in the likes of Johnny Cash. ... read more!