Every year in April, thousands of old school music fans flock to record stores in celebration of national Record Store Day. This year, the Pistol Annies will join in on the fun–and capitalize on the musical tastes of throwback listeners–with the April 21 release of ‘Hell on Heels’ on vinyl. That’s today!
Martina McBride has a lot on her plate. Between managing her longstanding country music career, mothering three daughters, and being a good wife to her husband, John McBride, the ‘Marry Me’ singer has a whole lot to handle. How does she do it? In her words, a lot of teamwork.
The 2012 Billboard Summit is adding some popular — and even a little bit surprising — names to its roster. Billboard announced that laid country legend Willie Nelson and rising star Luke Bryan will be joining the summit.
Country songstress Miranda Lambert is known for being open about her emotions. Every once in a while, the tell-it-like-it-is country star shows fans a softer side. Or at least, that’s exactly what happened when she broke down in tears during her performance in Wichita, Kansas on Saturday night.
Dierks Bentley is no one-trick pony. At the 11th annual Kevin Carter Waiting for Wishes dinner on May 8, it’s rumored that Bentley will put away his guitar and show off his waiting skills as he serves attendees. At $500 per ticket — and thanks to the generous time donations from celebrities like Bentley — this event is sure to raise a pretty penny for charity.
Look out, Taylor Swift. Luke Bryan might just be Nashville’s next big star to watch. Today, Capitol Records Nashville announced that the rising star’s third album, ‘Tailgates & Tanlines,’ hit platinum status by selling one million copies.
To keep fans updated on the progress of his next album release, Brad Paisley will be posting weekly videos of his time in the studio, where he’s hard at work on new music. This week, you can see exactly how much work country star puts into his records as he throws down vocal tracks, talks with his producers and goes hand-in-hand with session players.
Justin Moore lives a double life. On one hand, he’s a father of two and a devoted husband. But on the other hand, his successful country music career keeps him on the road and in the recording studio. As much as Moore loves hitting the road, he admits that it’s no fun saying goodbye to his wife and his two girls.
It takes a lot of energy to put on an awesome live performance. With that in mind, you would think that Justin Moore carves time into his hectic touring schedule to work out and keep his lungs and muscles in shape. How else can he keep his energy levels up enough to rock out on stage? That part remains a mystery to us, because the ‘Small Town, U.S.A.’ singer is the first to admit that he hates to exercise.
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