We’re excited to share some unreleased demos by some of our favorite writers in Nashville, from Grammy winners to new talents.
Kesha and Dolly Parton deliver superb performances on the country classic, which was written in the 70’s by Kesha’s mother, Pebe Sebert.
The South Carolina native shares his unique path to artistry and the gospel-rock-country influences that shape him.
One of New England’s best beach getaways hosts Nashville and New England’s best up and coming talent and country’s hit songwriters for a long weekend of workshops and shows.
Need a warm groove? The Morrison Brothers’ “Loud Love” is timelessly sunny.
Brandon Ray shares how his new single, “Ends of the Earth,” came to be, as well as his hobby when he’s not doing music: working on old cars.
Thomas Rhett perfectly captures the voice of someone wanting to be just a little bit older in his expertly presented “Sixteen.”
Lynch released the track as the first taste of his upcoming album, ‘Current Mood,’ available September 8.
Surrounded by stellar musicianship, Mayer rooted himself deep in the groove at the Nashville date of his ‘The Search for Everything’ world tour.
Love songwriter rounds? Head down to Louisiana’s Flambeau Festival this October to catch some of your favorite songwriters on their Nashville Songwriter Stage.