By popular demand from his fans, outlaw country rocker Jacob Bryant releases "Addicted To Heartbreak," available everywhere today. Written by Bryant, Nick Sizemore and Matthew J. Adkins and produced by Bryant and Jesse Triplett, the track combines heartache, regret and acceptance all wrapped up in a soulful ballad that chronicles the habit of choosing the wrong relationship. Bryant drew inspiration from his influences of Keith Whitley, Hank Williams Jr. and George Jones to craft this powerful song.
From the Beatles to the Bee Gees to Bublé, multi-GRAMMY® nominated group Ernie Haase & Signature Sound serenades listeners on Decades of Love. The 29-song, two-CD recording is available now from Club44 Records.
From the heart of Mississippi, 16-year-old songstress Hillary Reese embraces her roots on her latest single, "All the Good Ones are Crazy," available now. The toe-tapping track is relatable, liberating and modern yet steeped in tradition.
As a trailblazing GRAMMY® award-winner, Grand Ole Opry member Jeannie Seely makes history again as the artist with the most appearances on the show that made country music famous. Thanks to technology and the dedication of independent Opry historian Byron Fay, research shows Seely has made more performances on the Grand Ole Opry than any other performer in the 97 year history of the Opry. Seely will celebrate this historic achievement during her 55th Opry anniversary on Saturday, September 17.
Rising songstress Mikayla Lane releases her newest single, "Ambush," and the music video, which premiered on CMT.com today. Cowgirl Magazine exclusively premiered a first listen to the track noting, "Mikayla is bringing a vibrant, fresh sound to today’s country music scene...and we can’t get enough!"
GRAMMY® award winner and country music legend Jeannie Seely will be the special guest star on this week's episode of Apple Country Music's Rhinestone Radio with Sam Stephens. Click HERE to tune in to the episode, which will be available to stream on Wednesday, July 27 at 6 p.m. ET/5 p.m. CT.
Iconic vocalist Gene Watson ventures Outside the Box with new album set for release September 16. The project features Watson's first-ever collaboration with country legend and fellow Texan, Willie Nelson on "Wonderful Future." The album also features a duet with Grand Ole Opry peer Rhonda Vincent on "I've Got One of Those Too." The album will be available for pre-order on August 16.
Good Morning America Premieres Bill Anderson and Dolly Parton’s Cinematic Video “Someday It’ll All Make Sense”
Country Music Hall of Fame and Songwriters Hall of Fame members Whisperin' Bill Anderson and Dolly Parton make their music video debut together with video for emotional "Someday It'll All Make Sense." ABC's 'Good Morning America' premiered the cinematic video online.
Multi-GRAMMY® nominated group Ernie Haase & Signature Sound serenades listeners on Decades of Love, a 29-song, two-CD recording, slated for release on August 5 from Club44 Records.
Jackson Hole favorite Jenny Tolman's inaugural festival "Cowgirls at The Cowboy" announces reigning ACM and CMA Female Artist/Vocalist of the Year Carly Pearce as headliner. The newly announced festival includes an all-female lineup staged at Jackson's iconic Million Dollar Cowboy Bar October 7-9. The three-night celebration of women in country music will feature some of the industry's hottest established and emerging female singers and songwriters.