Chris and Cassadee will tour together this spring and play The Wharf in Orange Beach on April 16!
Luke Bryan is a wedding crasher. Over the weekend, he was soundchecking for his ‘Crash My Playa’ concert in Riveria Maya, Mexico and became the soundtrack for a couple’s wedding.
Jordan Heimbuch tweeted a video of his friends Jake and Alisha saying their vows with Luke soundtesting “Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye” not faraway.
Granger’s album ‘Remington’ will be out March 4.
If you can’t get enough of Brett Eldredge, you’re gonna love the new video for “Drunk on Your Love.” Inspired by the 1996 Michael Keaton movie ‘Multiplicity’, the clip finds multiple incarnations of Brett fighting for the hand of the same lady. Along the way, just like in the film, some of Brett’s clones– cop, florist, chef and taxi driver– get a little out of control.
In 2015, Keith Urban saluted the undeniable influence of the artist formerly known as John Cougar, Eric Church reassured us he understood, Kelsea Ballerini demanded we show her meaningful love and Chris Stapleton traveled life’s open road.
But it was Cam who set the house on fire, releasing a ballad that captured what country music does best: wring emotion out of personal experience and make it relatable to all. Here are the year’s 25 best country singles.
25. A Thousand Horses “Smoke”
24. Ashley Monroe “On To Something Good”
23. LoCash “I Love This Life”
22. Chris Young “I’m Comin’ Over”
21. Kacey Musgraves “Dimestor Cow Girl”
20. Kip Moore “Running For You”
19. Carrie Underwood “Smoke Break”
18. Sam Hunt “Break Up In A Small Town”
17. Maren Morris “My Church”
16. Alan Jackson “Jim And Jack And Hank”
15. Eric Paslay “She Don’t Love You”
14. Thomas Rhett “Crash And Burn”
13. Kelsea Ballerini “Love Me Like You Mean It”
12. Charles Kelley with Eric Paslay and Dierks Bentley “The Driver”
11. Brothers Osborne “Stay a Little Longer”
10. Luke Bryan “Strip It Down”
9. Jana Kramer “I Got the Boy”
8. The Cadillac Three “White Lightning”
7. Keith Urban “John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16″
6. Dierks Bentley “Riser”
5. Chris Janson “Buy Me A Boat”
4. Chris Stapleton “Traveller”
3. Jason Isbell “24 Frames”
2. Eric Church “Mr. Misunderstood”
1. Cam “Burning House”
Source: Rolling Stone
Having racked up 4 number one songs off his debut album, reigning ACM New Artist of the Year Cole Swindell has released the song he says he “came to Nashville to write.”
Fans no doubt know the bittersweet story behind his 2014 self-titled album release: Just months before the record hit, his father died unexpectedly. Yahoo Music debuted the video for his new song, “You Should be Here,” in which he addresses the tragedy and the difficulty of missing a loved one during the holidays.
The video was shot in his hometown in Georgia, and follows him to cemetery where his dad is buried – documenting the very first time he has been back since his passing.
Source: Yahoo Music
After winning their first CMA Award for Video of the Year for the gender-role flipping “Girl In A Country Song,” Maddie & Tae have released the video for the equally ironic “Shut Up & Fish,” which finds them baiting their own hooks narrating a fishing trip with a city slicker who doesn’t know his rod from his reel.