The past and the present meet Friday night when Warner Bros. new artist Michael Ray makes his grand Ole Opry debut. The Eustis, FL native started playing acoustic guitar and singing in his grandfather’s country band when he was nine years old, performing classic country songs for anyone who Read More
Atlantic Records recording artist Brett Eldredge really does lose his mind in the sexy video for his new single “Lose My Mind,” which arrives at country radio today.
The reigning CMA New Artist of the Year is his usual suave, debonair self in the video that debuts today at Read More
The Down Home Crew really came through for Cole Swindell on Sunday night at The Academy of Country Music Awards.
The Warner Bros. Records recording artist won New Artist of the Year during the CBS broadcast at AT&T Stadium. The award is one of two determined in part by the fans, who Read More
Song ideas come from all kinds of places. Sometimes they keep you awake at night and can drive you a little bit crazy. Brett Eldredge’s new single, “Lose My Mind,” is one of those songs.
“The day we wrote ‘Lose My Mind’ I had this groove in my head that kept me awake the night before,” Read More
Tickets On-Sale April 10 For Girl-Powered 10-City Tour Kicking Off This Spring
CMT today announced it’s leaving the guys at home and hitting the road this spring for its inaugural CMT “Next Women of Country” Tour headlined by platinum artist Read More
If early interest is any indication, Blake Shelton has another hit on the way. Shelton’s slinky new single “Sangria” is the most added song at country radio this week, a quick start that follows a record 14 consecutive No. 1 hits for reigning and five time CMA Male Vocalist of the Year. The Read More
Warner Bros. recording artists will be providing the entertainment for the fastest-growing stars of the entrepreneurial world at this year’s Grow Your Company Conference (GROWCO), produced by Inc. magazine, the leading media brand for private companies, entrepreneurs and start-ups.
Opening for Sam Hunt's Sold-Out Lipstick Graffiti Tour
For a self-described late bloomer who didn’t give his first real kiss until he was 17 years old, Warner Bros Records artist Michael Ray sure is getting a lot of action with “Kiss You In The Morning,” his debut single. Capturing all Read More