Rising songstress Dani Taylor's latest music video for the track "Midnight Cowgirl," from her debut EP, has landed on this week's Rolling Stone Country Music Picks. Filmed across a beautiful, desert landscape in her home state of Arizona, "Midnight Cowgirl" effortlessly captures the "neon princess (Medium)" to "paint a picture of a restless woman unable to stop running from commitment (Rolling Stone Country)."
Few have attained the achievements of multi-GRAMMY®, CMA and ACM Award-winning performer Steve Wariner, and this Saturday, May 8 and Tuesday, May 11 the singer/songwriter/instrumentalist will celebrate his 25th anniversary as a Grand Ole Opry member. Wariner's lifelong dream came true when he was inducted May 11, 1996 and performed "A Woman Loves," as well as a duet with Bill Anderson of "Tips Of My Fingers" and then joined Chet Atkins on "Have I Told You Lately That I Love You?" This Saturday, May 8 Circle will honor his 25th anniversary during the livestream. The Grand Ole Opry will also celebrate Wariner at the Opry House on Tuesday, May 11, the official anniversary date.
Rising songstress Olivia Ooms continues to make her mark through her new single, "Name on This Town," available now. The Boot exclusively premiered the first listen to the energizing single.
"Adorable and spunky (American Songwriter)" songstress Dani Taylor releases her debut, self-titled EP today. Produced by GRAMMY-nominee Brad Hill (Maren Morris, Brothers Osborne) and Dave Thomson (Lady A, Trisha Yearwood), the three-song project ranges from the moody ballad of "Midnight Cowgirl," to the sassy, uptempo "Kiss Me If You Can" and "You Can Thank Me Later." Dani co-wrote all of the tracks with Sherrie Austin, who has landed 5 singles on the Billboard Hot Country chart, and Will Rambeaux, whose No. 1 hits include Faith Hill's "Wild Ones," Reba's "How Was I To Know" and John Michael Montgomery's "Hold On To Me."