Jason Boland and The Stragglers drummer Brad Rice made a surprise announcement on Facebook Sunday (10/21). We wish Brad good luck and can’t wait to see his metal artwork!
Charlie Robison announced his retirement from music due to medical conditions in a Facebook post on Monday (9/24). Good luck and good health, Charlie. Thank you for the quarter century of great music.
Check out the new video for Cory Morrow’s latest song, the title track for his upcoming Whiskey and Pride album. The video was shot at Dale Watson’s Ginny’s Little Longhorn in Austin
Dierks Bentley’s inaugural Seven Peaks Music Festival was held in Buena Vista, CO over Labor Day weekend. For the final day of the fest, Dierks put his buddy Cody Canada on the bill and joined Cody onstage for a cover of Merle Haggard’s classic, “I’m a Lonesome Fugitive”. Check out the tag team vocals (and
Granger Smith’s equipment tractor-trailer was in an accident over the weekend. As Granger explains, the trailer started swinging on the interstate during a foggy morning in the West Virginia mountains, the driver over-compensated and the truck rolled. The driver was uninjured, but as you can see in Granger’s Instagram post below, there was a lot
Cody Jinks has released the title track to his upcoming album, Lifers, an ode to those who hold true to themselves and forge ahead as times change, no matter how difficult that may be Lifers is set to be released on July 27th
Aaron Watson has released the video for his latest single, “Run Wild Horses.” “Run Wild Horses” is currently #42 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart. His previous single, “Outta Style” peaked at #10 on the charts
It’s been a while since we’ve heard from ol’ Stoney, but it looks like he’s got new music on the way. We don’t have any details about a new album…title or a release date. All we have is this new song we were given. “You Oughta Know Me”-Stoney LaRue
Founding Bassist for Confederate Railroad, Wayne Seacrest, has died at age 68. According to posts on the band’s Facebook page and website, Seacrest had been battling a long illness. He retired from the band in late 2017. “We shared millions of miles, thousands of concerts and a lifetime of memories. Wayne’s memory will live on
Eli Young Band has released a new song and a powerful new video to go along with it. The video feature Taylor Morris, a Navy Explosive Ordinance Disposal veteran who lost all four limbs in Afghanistan in 2012. It documents his recovery with his girlfriend and, later, wife, Danielle, who helped him through every step