Jamie O’Neal is a platinum-selling country singer and hit songwriter that became a household name in 2001 with her back-to-back No. 1 singles, “There Is No Arizona” and “When I Think About Angels.” With multiple hits that followed, including “Shiver,” “Trying To Find Atlantis” and “Somebody’s Hero,” Jamie caught fire. She earned numerous career accolades (including multiple GRAMMY nominations), she’s an ACM and Billboard Awards winner and has appeared on “The Tonight Show,” “Dave Letterman” and numerous other national TV shows. While she has penned most of her own songs, Jamie has also written hits for such notable artists as Reba McEntire, Martina McBride, Leann Rimes, CeCe Winans, Idina Menzel and others. Her voice can be heard internationally in major motion pictures including “All by Myself” for Bridget Jones’s Diary. She was also picked to perform with Carrie Underwood when she needed the perfect duet partner for CMT’s 100 greatest duets with “Does He Love You.” “I’m so happy to finally get some new original music out there for the fans” says O’Neal about her upcoming album Now and Then which includes new versions of some of her hits as well as 6 brand new songs slated for release this fall. “The World Goes On” is the first song off the album, and O’Neal says it reminds all of us going through a hard time that, “even though life seems hopeless at times the sun keeps coming up. Life is filled with ups and downs but tomorrow brings us new chances, renewed faith and strength that we can get through to better days.”
Billboard No. 1 charting artist and host of Sportsman Channel's "Hoge Wild," Lucas Hoge signs partnership with Batteries Plus, the brand's very first artist deal. The partnership includes his series, which follows Hoge hunting, fishing, diving and performing across the globe and will now feature Batteries Plus products on his televised adventures. "Hoge Wild" airs on Sportsman's Channel Monday nights at 6 p.m. CST in the US and Canada. The announcement follows "Hoge Wild" getting renewed for a second season on Sportsman's Channel and the "Wishin' I Was Fishin'" singer's continued success on Pollstar's Weekly Livestream Chart. Hoge's audience for his fan-favorite #SundaySessions livestream has continued to chart him in the top 12 for 14 of the last 16 weeks in Pollstar's all-genre chart.
Momentum continues for country-rocker Adam Rutledge as he releases his first full-length album, Don't Stop, today across all music platforms. The 13-song project features Rutledge's latest single "Unwind" as well as a duet with Lyndsey Highlander on "Forever Like Texas."
Multi-GRAMMY® nominated singer-songwriter Jamie O'Neal is celebrating the 20th anniversary of her debut album Shiver with the release of her first album since 2014, Sometimes, available Oct. 16. Released via BFD/Audium Nashville, Sometimes includes brand-new songs and re-imagined versions of O'Neal's smash hits like "There Is No Arizona 2.0," featuring Lauren Alaina, released today.
Tanya Tucker – Live From The Troubadour Available Oct. 16, Portion of Proceeds Donated Directly to the Troubadour
Legendary country music icon Tanya Tucker will release Live From The Troubadour on October 16, 2020, the one-year anniversary of Tanya’s historic, standing-room only set from which it originates. In October 2019, Tanya was in the midst of resurgent visibility and acclaim generated by her Brandi Carlile and Shooter Jennings produced album While I’m Livin’, released two months earlier – so the brief stand in front of the West Hollywood tastemaker crowd took on a palpable air of significance. As someone who's been center stage for over 50 years, Tanya is donating a portion of the proceeds from the sale of this album directly to the Troubadour.
Season two of the Bellamy Brothers' hit reality series "Honky Tonk Ranch," which chronicles their “unusual lives, blending music stardom, vigorous road tours and cattle ranching (Tampa Bay Times)," premieres tonight on Circle at 7:30 p.m. CT. Eddy Raven appears in the first episode of the star-studded season that also features Blake Shelton, John Schneider, Billy Dean and many more of the iconic duo's legendary friends.
"Phil Vassar cut his first at-home concert way before it was cool" (The Tennessean / Mathew Leimkuehler) with his series Phil Vassar Songs from the Cellar which returns for a second season tonight with special guest Kix Brooks on Circle at 8 p.m. ET, with new episodes airing every Thursday night. Viewers can catch-up on Vassar's show with a first season marathon beginning at 3 p.m. ET leading up to the premiere.