Acclaimed Nashville performer Ashley Monroe recently visited the legendary Sun Studios in Memphis, where she created live-in-studio recordings of select songs from her recent album The Blade. Today, Monroe premiered the performance for her song "If The Devil Don't Want Me" from those Read More
With a debut single that Music Row hailed as “unquestionably, the finest country debut in quite some time,” there’s no denying the talent that Warner Bros. Records/Warner Music Nashville’s newcomer Ryan Kinder possesses. Included as one of Read More
Elektra Records Nashville/Warner Music Nashville’s Jana Kramer has received two wonderful surprises in less than 24 hours: a Female Vocalist of the Year nomination for this year’s ACM Awards and Read More
William Michael Morgan was featured today as an “Artist to Watch” by Rolling Stone Country.
Brett Eldredge moved to Nashville for one reason – to be a singer. “All I’ve ever wanted to do is sing,” said an elated Eldredge after learning he had received two ACM nominations, including New Male Vocalist and the highly coveted Male Vocalist of the Year categories.
“I went to college Read More
Rising star Cole Swindell is set to follow up his Gold-certified debut album on May 6th with You Should Be Here. The forthcoming album draws its name from its emotional lead single, which has quickly vaulted to the Top 15 on the Billboard Country Singles chart only three weeks after Read More
It was less than a year ago that singer-songwriter Chris Janson burst onto the scene with his now Platinum certified, #1 smash single, “Buy Me A Boat.” Today, Warner Bros. Records/Warner Music Nashville artist Janson receives three ACM nominations, two in the category of Single Record of the Read More
Frankie Ballard has played over 400 shows in the last two years in North America alone and isn’t slowing down any time soon. The Warner Bros. Records/Warner Music Nashville recording artist is planning to add to that number this March, this time taking his high energy show overseas to the Read More
It’s no secret Chris Janson loves the Grand Ole Opry. The Warner Bros. Records/Warner Music Nashville recording artist has played the show more than 120 times, after all.
Opry General Manager Pete Fisher invited the rising star to perform at a recent gathering of Opry employees, playing Read More