Long-anticipated new music launches in a new direction for the “One of the Good Ones” artist.
If Nashville’s heart-breaking descriptor as a ten-year town—that is, it takes ten years in Nashville before success visits your door—bears true, then Jimmie Allen should be the motivational speaker to those caught in its weariness.
Rhett’s latest brings him to the next level of genre exploration, as he continues to blend pop, R&B, and traditional country while remaining true to his roots.
This month’s favorites include Old Dominion, Parker McKay, Mike Powell, Thomas Rhett, and Donovan Woods.
Josh Mirenda’s first song recorded by an artist was a two week #1 that also served as Dierks Bentley’s tour name. Mirenda shares the mental game behind staying focused and reaching that #1 slot again.
We chatted with McConnell about the inspiration behind his most recent release, out earlier this year.
This month’s staff favorites include a Jason Isbell cover, a double-header from Maren Morris, Jake Owen, and Adam Hambrick.
In a new video, Keith Urban details the inspiration and recording process behind his recent release, “Burden,” written by Foy Vance.
Reba is back with an excellent representation of her true country roots, complete with a few modern twists.
Get ready for the 2019 Academy of Country Music awards tonight with our staff picks and predictions!