Nashville star named Melissa Lawson the winner of the show on August 4th and released this single August 5th on iTunes (and to radio). It's a coronation single so it has a 'message' about dreams coming true. But is it any good?
To say that Kate and Kasey Coppola had a rought time with Naomi Judd on CMT's "Can You Duet" would be putting things lightly. Naomi simply came off as quite bitter about the duo. Freshly signed to Big Machine Records, the duo has released "You're Not My Judge" in response. It's an int
Keith Anderson scored two big hits and a Gold album with his debut release "Three Chords Country & American Rock & Roll" but then saw a couple singles stall before "I Still Miss You" started rising the charts. With that time to reflect, Keith went in and finished
Jeff Bates has been kicking around the music circut for over 25 years and has survived personal demons along the way to achieve a level of success that many artists dream of. Over the course of a half-hour, Jeff talked with us about a variety of topics and was particularly passionate about the music industry
With a successful career in snowboarding, and subsequent extreme sports TV hosting, Greta Gaines made an unlikely turn of careers when the New Hampshire-by-way-of Wyoming athletic beauty opted for Country singing. Whiskey Thoughts are a seasoned woman's words as she si
What happens when you hear a new song on the radio but have no clue who sings it? If you are like me you go to the internet and look the song up. We get the feeling that many people may be doing just that with Chad Hudson's debut single for Robbins Nashville.
What happens when an artist signs to a small indie label and experiences quick success? Well, they partner with other independent labels to get even more exposure. For Adam Gregory that means him signing with the successful Big Machine Records label, in partners
Country Music and politics seemingly have gone hand to hand for decades now yet I am still amazed when an artist pledges public support for a politician who's running for office. Given his conservative nature it's not really surprising that John Rich has chosen to support John McCain with this song.