CMT recently premiered the official music video for Brett Eldredge's latest single "Don't Ya."
"I always wanted to write a song about how girls are very good at playing tricks on our minds," says Brett. "I'm pretty sure we probably play tricks on their minds too, but they're way better at it. It's just the little things, just the brush of their hair, that always gets us."
Country music trio Gloriana will perform their latest hit single “Can’t Shake You” in the season finale of The CW series Hart of Dixie May 7th. Fans can tune into The CW at 8pm EST (check local listings) to catch Gloriana’s performance of their single, which is Top 25 on the charts and climbing. The trio is currently on the road performing headlining shows across the country in support of their critically acclaimed second studio album, A Thousand Miles Left Behind, and will be taping their Hart of Dixie guest appearance in Los Angeles on March 18th.
Ashley Monroe kicked off SXSW performing for a packed house Tuesday night at the Empire Control Room in Austin, TX! While kept to a short 30 minute set, Ashley played numerous songs from her new album, such as "Monroe Suede," "Like A Rose," and "Used."
Ashley is scheduled to play again at SXSW on Friday, March 15 at Vice Bar!
Billboard recently sat down with Charlie Worsham to talk about the success of "Could It Be" and the making of his upcoming debut album. In the interview, Charlie discusses his reaction to hearing "Could It Be" on the radio for the first time, as well as the instrumental work on his upcoming album. In regard to the recording process, he exclaims, "When it came time for this record to happen, the music was of utmost importance."
Ashley Monroe released her new album 'Like A Rose' last week to killer reviews, and it even reached a high of #6 on the iTunes Top Albums Chart! Check out a few of the reviews below and make sure to head to iTunes to grab the album right now.
"…one of the best traditional country albums in quite some time." - Billboard.com
"This should be a big year for Monroe… she sings like she’s already lived at least two of her lifetimes." - Washington Post
Warner Music Nashville recording artist Charlie Worsham will be the third featured artist on WMN’s new monthly interactive live concert stream, “Live from Music Square,” via StageIt on Tuesday, March 12. During the free session he will perform his current hit single, “Could It Be,” in addition to other new tracks from his debut album due out this summer. Click here for a special message from Charlie about his upcoming performance.
Warner Music Nashville was created in 2009 to expand the presence of WMG and its family of labels in Nashville. The division is home to Atlantic Records, Warner Bros. Records, Elektra Nashville and Word Entertainment.