In this third installment of Chuck Dauphin's "It's The Song" series, we learn what makes "Bridges And Walls" such a great, classic song. Read on to learn more in this loving tribute to the song and the band who made it famous.
After an accident threatened to kill the career of singer/songwriter Susan Gibson, the artist used her music to help rehab her injuries. In this interview feature, she discusses the recovery & much more.
With their latest Gold - soon to be Platinum - album The Incredible Machine, Sugarland has stretched - uncomfortably for some - the boundaries of what defines something as country music. In this article they discuss why they decided to do this with
We've collected a rundown of new singles that have been released to radio and to digital retail stores like iTunes and Amazon. We feature our thoughts on ten new singles/eps from the likes of Darius Rucker, Jaron, Carter's Chord and Steel Magnolia.
We've collected a rundown of new singles that have been released to radio and to digital retail stores like iTunes and Amazon. We feature our thoughts on eight new singles/eps from the likes of Darius Rucker, Jaron, Carter's Chord and Steel Magnolia.
Here you will find some of our favorte songs from the year so far, they run the gamut from traditional to modern to new to pop. One thing's for sure, we enjoy quite a wide variety of tunes and we hope you enjoy this playlist as much as we do.
In an exclusive interview with Roughstock, Rodney Atkins discusses his career, his live shows and his new album It's America along with his upcoming single and the song and performance which earned him his first gig, while a student at Tennessee Tech.
In an exclusive interview with Roughstock, independent newcomer Jeremy Crady discusses his influences, his career and how he hopes to bring a little more traditional flavor to his music. He also talks about how he came to record his album with a famous group of musicians.
Country music has long been the genre of music that held fast to tradition and in that tradition the 'major labels' held all the cards and radio (or CMT) was the only means of promotion. If true, how has Colt Ford become a success despinte being none of these things?