After the massive success of "All I Want To Do," Sugarland has chosen to release a single that is acutely more like what they've become known for at country radio. Is "Already Gone" the best choice for the second single?
Since arriving in Nashville about a Decade ago, Jimmy Wayne has believed in his ability enough to weather the storm with lost record deals and the typical ups and downs of a music career. Now with a new label, Jimmy has just released his sophomore album.
Bluefield first came known to some folks as the band behind the passionate ballad "Butterfly." While that single failed to do too much at radio, there is potential for "Drive Away" to break the male-female duo open on the charts.
Brandon Rhyder has come quite a long way since he started his career in music at the beginning of the decade. He's really come into his own as a gifted singer and an emerging songwriter. Partnering with producer Radney Foster, Rhyder has delivered "Every Night," A collection of tunes that just might the best stuff he's put out to
There is an old adage of "work hard and you will reap big rewards" has come true for the Texas-based Eli Young Band. After forming as a group of 18-year-olds, the group has slowly built up their brand and have recently released this as their national debut single.
Passionate about the industry he lives and works in every day, successful songwriter and now recording artist Jason Matthews recently sat down with Roughstock to discuss a variety of topics. His passion flowed through in everything we discussed.
If there was ever a case of perserverence in country music, Steve Azar would be the subject. He first signed a record deal in 1995 and scored his only hits with Mercury Nashville in 2002. By 2006 he had signed with his third record deal before pulling that album and deciding to self-release it earlier this year.
Lee Ann Womack knows how to play the heart strings of America. "I Hope You Dance" remains synonymous with Kleenex the way that Budweiser goes with Buffalo wings. However, having scrapped an album of tear-jerking ballads, Womack does not go for power pop here. Instead she offers
With the success of sparse albums by the likes of Neil Diamond, Loretta, and Cash, it was probably only a matter of time before Glen Campbell came out with his own collection. Using Cash's albums as the template to transform contemporary songs, Campbell serves up "Meet Glen Campbell" as a way to introduce himself to a younger audience.