Multi-platinum recording artist, Chingy's smash hit "Right Thurr" lands front and center in the opening scenes of the Netflix original film, Don't Look Up, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl Streep, Cate Blanchett, Jonah Hill and Ariana Grande.
No. 1 Billboard recording artist Meghan Linsey and GRAMMY-nominated producer Tyler Cain have eloped in Maui this past weekend, People.com exclusively reveals.
Edgy, outlaw country rocker Jacob Bryant unleashes his new album, Bar Stool Preacher from Thirty Tigers and American Roots Records, today. Wide Open Country premiered the official music video to the album's focus track, "The Bottom (Raise 'Em Up)", which was also supported by CMT.com, while PopWrapped premiered the lyric video to the song.
2022 marks 60 years since country music legend Gene Watson released his first single to radio. To celebrate, the iconic vocalist is embarking on his 60th Anniversary Tour, which kicked off January 1 in Florida and will take Watson across the country. Watson's single "If It's That Easy" was released to radio in 1962 via Sun Valley Records. Since then, the 'singer's singer' has charted 75 titles including 23 Top 10 hits, six No. 1 country singles and five No. 1 gospel records. The Texas native continues to perform to sold-out crowds, singing in the same key as he did more than five decades ago and thrilling fans with his famous octave jumping ending to "Farewell Party" night after night.
PHOTOS: Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum Unveils New Exhibit “Bill Anderson As Far As I Can See”
Tonight, the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum celebrated the opening of its newest exhibition, Bill Anderson: As Far as I Can See. The evening included special tribute performances of hit songs written or co-written by Bill Anderson. Taking the stage to honor Anderson were Trisha Yearwood performing “Once a Day,” Vince Gill performing “Which Bridge to Cross (Which Bridge to Burn),” and Jon Randall and Carly Pearce performing “Whiskey Lullaby.” Anderson concluded the evening with remarks of his own.
No. 1 Billboard charting artist Lucas Hoge will celebrate Christmas Day with a performance of "Christmas Without You" from his holiday album, 12.25, this Saturday, December 25 on "Fox & Friends." Proceeds from "Christmas Without You" will benefit the Purple Heart Foundation, a non-profit organization that raises funds to help veterans and their families. Hoge is passionate about giving back to this organization during the holiday season and beyond.
Lauded by People.com as a "country star who is singing from experience," Jacob Bryant releases a passionate ode to his wife with the music video to his latest single, "Heartbeat." The Boot and Taste of Country exclusively premiered the video noting that, "Bryant's rich baritone lends itself perfectly to love songs."
Marie Osmond’s Unexpected, released via Oliveme LLC and BFD/The Orchard, debuts at No. 1 on Billboard's Classical Crossover Albums Chart and No. 6 on Billboard's Classical Albums Chart following its December 10 release. In her sixth decade as an entertainer, she continues to reach career milestones with the new album available now on CD, vinyl and digital platforms.
In her sixth decade as an entertainer, Marie Osmond continues to reach career milestones with her new Unexpected album. The collection of opera, Broadway and timeless classics is available now on CD, vinyl and digital platforms via Oliveme LLC and BFD/The Orchard.
Dennis Quaid Launches BONNIEDALE Production Company, First Feature Film, a Biopic on Charley Pride, Titled AMERICAN PRIDE
Multi-hyphenate global superstar Dennis Quaid, along with Laura Quaid and Ben Howard, are launching a new production company, BONNIEDALE. Its first feature film, a biopic on CHARLEY PRIDE, titled AMERICAN PRIDE will be in partnership with producer Craig Brewer, and Third Coast Content. The screenplay is being written by Dianne Houston (EMPIRE, SURVIVING COMPTON, WHEN WE RISE, TUESDAY MORNING RIDE). Brewer (HUSTLE AND FLOW, DOLEMITE, COMING 2 AMERICA) will direct and produce.