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Brantley Gilbert’s “The Worst Country Song of All Time” Was Originally A “Goofy” Idea

Nashville songwriting circles are well known for oftentimes being as tiresome as they are necessary. For Brantley Gilbert and HARDY, the session that yielded the former’s collaboration with the latter — and Toby Keith — for new single “The Worst Country Song of All Time” was a “goofy” moment turned very serious that has yielded... Read more »

Dierks Bentley Shares a Bittersweet Story About His Late Fan, Baylee Barradas

Dierks Bentley posted a photo to Instagram with a note attached that speaks directly to the much larger reach and impact that country artists often achieve: “Up until a month ago, I thought that the free gigs led to the gigs where I got paid in beer, and then tips on Lower Broadway, to the... Read more »

Texas Artist Koe Wetzel Talks His First Major Label Album: “We’re Not Going To Change for Anybody”

Pittsburg, Texas native Koe Wetzel has spent nearly a decade touring and building up a following with his hard-hitting blend of rock and country, paired with irreverent lyrics that deal in striking honesty. Among his indie album releases are 2016’s Noise Complaint, which included the tracks “Something To Talk About,” “February 28, 2016,” “Fuss &... Read more »

Luke Combs’ New Song “Joe” Tells a Story of Alcoholism Recovery

Embedded from www.youtube.com. In a recent appearance at the Grand Ole Opry, country superstar Luke Combs premiered “Joe,” a song that, in telling one man’s struggle with recovery from alcoholism, offered a note that may seem odd coming from the same man whose recent vocal output includes the Jameson Rodgers collaboration “Cold Beer Calling My... Read more »

Brett Young Discusses Why He Keeps His Music Accessible For All Ages

During his career, Brett Young has earned several No. 1 hits with romantic fare such as “In Case You Didn’t Know” and “Catch.” As he and his wife Taylor welcomed their first child, Presley, in 2019, and are currently expecting the arrival of their second daughter this year, Young’s latest music has blended familial themes... Read more »

PREMIERE: Valerie June’s Video For “Smile” “Awakens Optimism and Inner Joy”

Embedded from embed.vevo.com. Soulful, rootsy singer-songwriter Valerie June’s “Smile” is a jazzy, poppy tune aimed at highlighting the Memphis-based artist’s optimistic, positive outlook on activism, centered on the idea that — as she tells CMT — “joy and hope are inner treasures that can never be taken from us unless we allow them to be.”... Read more »