Prior to full-time songwriting, Troy Jones worked for 20 years at a paper mill. Eventually his songwriting led him to Nashville, with demos that ended up being recorded by Kenny Chesney, George Strait, and Billy Currington.
If you’re only familiar with David Nail because of radio hits like “Red Light” or “Whatever She’s Got,” you’re making a mistake – “When They’re Gone (Lyle County)” showcases how truly strong his album is.
Gurney and Filmore’s new release is a collaborative project called The Lookout, mixing relaxed summer vibes with an expertly crafted acoustic-country-pop fusion.
Shane Lee is an artist to watch, and his new EP puts him right at home with radio successes like Chase Rice and Thomas Rhett.
Jon Pardi might not Write You A Song, but he’ll definitely help you make your move. The “Up All Night” singer now has a pickup line generator on his website, and it’s pretty hilarious.
Meet the phenom behind “Beat of the Music,” “Slow Me Down,” and Nashville’s “Used.”
From Nashville to the New York Times, it’s been no secret that women are playing second fiddle to their testosterone-toned counterparts. But is that what the market wants?
If “bro-country” music were a man, Maddie & Tae are the girl giving him a hard slap in the face when he gets too grope-y in the flatbed.