Two-time 2020 GRAMMY® winner Billy Ray Cyrus will appear on two upcoming episodes of "The Kelly Clarkson Show," including this Thursday, March 12 with Shania Twain, to raise awareness about American Red Cross relief efforts underway in Nashville following the devastating March 3rd tornado. Cyrus is also the lead guest during the April 1 episode, when he'll perform "I Am... I Said" from his critically-acclaimed EP The Singin' Hills Sessions Vol. 1 Sunset.
Taylor Hicks takes NBC's "TODAY" viewers on a tour of his tornado damaged Nashville neighborhood in an interview with NBC News correspondent Sam Brock. The American Idol winner, who has called Nashville home for over 20 years, also showed the closet in his Germantown home where he sought shelter early Tuesday morning during the devastating tornado.
Reigning CMA Musician of the Year, Jenee Fleenor, not only boasts the unprecedented honor of being the first female to win the coveted award, but the multitalented singer/songwriter has already racked up more than 200,000 Spotify streams with her latest single, "Fiddle & Steel." This spring, Jenee will release “Good Ole Girls,” her follow-up to her recent streaming smash. Celebrated for her ground-breaking achievements, Jenee’s CMA Award, fiddle and wardrobe memorabilia will be featured in the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum’s American Currents: State of the Music exhibit opening this March.
"Adam Sanders is getting by with a little help from his friends (Sounds Like Nashville)" as he releases his brand new single, "Ruled The World," featuring Hunter Phelps, Ray Fulcher, Cash Campbell, Faren Rachels, Josh Mirenda, Mitch Rossell and Drew Parker. With "Ruled The World," Sanders "embraces his country roots on the infectious tune, which has the Florida native singing about the laws he’d instate if he ruled the world (Billboard.com)." "Ruled The World" is available across all music platforms today along with the video that stars Tracy Lawrence, Aaron Tippin and Shenandoah's Marty Raybon and Mike McGuire.
Following last year's sold-out debut, Hometown Rising Country Music & Bourbon Festival, produced by premier independent festival producer Danny Wimmer Presents, returns to Louisville, KY on Saturday, Sept. 12 and Sunday, Sept. 13 at Highland Festival Grounds at KY Expo Center.
Arena audiences can't get enough of the Bellamy Brothers during Blake Shelton's Friends and Heroes 2020 Tour, which kicked off in Portland, Oregon's Moda Center and continued through Tacoma and Spokane, Washington this weekend. Fans of more than 15,000 roared into applause when the iconic duo commanded the arena venues as they strummed into their international hits "Let Your Love Flow" and "Redneck Girl" before they joined Blake Shelton, Trace Adkins and John Anderson on stage to perform “If I Said You Had A Beautiful Body (Would You Hold It Against Me)" during a stripped down guitar pull.
Billboard No. 1 artist Lucas Hoge ignites "This Old Flame" just in time for Valentine's Day. One Country exclusively premiered the track, which is Hoge's first release of 2020. "This Old Flame" is available on all music streaming platforms today.
What: Press Conference announcing 2020 Hometown Rising Country Music & Bourbon Festival talent lineup, as well as exciting updates regarding partnerships and new initiatives for Danny Wimmer Presents’ 2020 Louisville Trifesta festival series.
Multi-platinum Entertainer, Chingy, Signs Exclusively with Adkins Publicity for PR/Publicity Representation
Multi-platinum recording artist, actor and philanthropist, Chingy, joins Adkins Publicity's roster for exclusive representation in all areas of PR/publicity as he prepares to release new music throughout 2020. Chingy's undeniable talent shines as he balances romantic rap/R&B collaborations with a rugged lyrical flow that highlights his experience as a former battle rapper who’s ascended to the Billboard Hot 100 chart eight times and achieved rapid mainstream success with the release of his double-Platinum RIAA certified debut album, Jackpot and smash hits "Right Thurr,” “Holidae In,” “One Call Away” and many more. Off stage, Chingy's acting chops include small screen roles in television comedy series "My Wife and Kids," "One on One," "George Lopez," "Yo Momma," as well as cameos in several films, including "Scary Movie 4" and "Speed Dating."
Country music legend Gene Watson was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry family this evening by Opry member Steve Wariner. “I remember my induction night as humbling and overwhelming,” said Wariner. “But tonight, it’s about Gene who is a great ambassador for country music and one of the best interpreters of a country song that ever lived.” After an introduction on stage by Opry announcer Eddie Stubbs who claimed Watson as one of the most respected voices in country music history, Watson came center stage. “It’s hard to find the words to say, so I guess better than talking I ought to sing,” said Watson. “So many people contributed to this wonderful night, and I make a promise to everyone to keep up the tradition of country music,” he continued before delivering his hits “Got No Reason Now For Goin’ Home” and “Fourteen Carat Mind.”