New Single “Ain’t Worth The Whiskey” From Self-titled Debut Album Impacting Radio Now
While CMA Awards' “New Artist of the Year” nominee, Cole Swindell, is gearing up to launch his "Down Home Tour" next month, the breakout artist will also release a special fan EP, called the Down Home Sessions on November 17th via Warner Bros Records. Comprised of five songs (track listing below), the digital album will be released in connection with his first solo run of tour dates this winter, which follows up his nationwide arena and stadium trek with Luke Bryan.
CMA Award-winning artist and four-time GRAMMY nominee Hunter Hayes is kicking off the week leading up to "The 48th Annual CMA Awards" with a free nighttime concert in downtown Nashville on Monday, Nov. 3 as part of Hayes’ involvement with the USO’s “Every Moment Counts” campaign.
After debuting at #1 on The Billboard 200 Album Chart last week with his new album BRINGING BACK THE SUNSHINE Blake Shelton makes history as the first country music artist to hit #1 on the Billboard Artist 100. The chart, which factors in album and digital song sales, plus radio airplay, saw Blake rise from #19 to #1. “Neon Light,” the first single from the new album is Top 5 and climbing.
-“Sunshine & Whiskey” Top 10 & Climbing At Country Radio-
Warner Bros. Records’ Frankie Ballard kicked off his energetic LIGHT ‘EM UP TOUR on Thursday, October 16th at the Varsity Theater in Minneapolis, MN. As part of the exclusive Live Nation Ones To Watch tour with Skype, the run serves as the “Sunshine & Whiskey” singer’s first headlining trek, with stops in 19-cities between now and December.
Critically acclaimed singer/ songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Charlie Worsham is continuing to impress crowds and critics alike on Kip Moore’s CMT On Tour 2014: Up In Smoke with two back to back sold-out shows this past weekend.
What officially began with a paper napkin contract to themselves in April of 2010 to quit their day jobs and focus solely on their music together, is merely the midpoint of the story for Warner Bros. Records’ The Railers, who are enjoying the release of their debut single, "Kinda Dig The Feeling." As the #1 most added new artist on the chart this week, the hard charging, multi-instrumental and vocalists have impacted country radio with a song and a sound that continues to widen and strengthen the genre.
Blake Shelton brings sunshine to the top of the charts this week as BRINGING BACK THE SUNSHINE debuts at #1 on The Billboard 200 and Billboard’s Top Country Album Chart with 101,000 albums sold. SUNSHINE is only the third country album to top The Billboard 200 this year. The CMA Entertainer of the Year nominee and reigning Male Vocalist debuts at #1 with only six short weeks of airplay on his hot Top 5 single, “Neon Light.”
Elektra Records country singer-songwriter Dean Alexander and Streamsound Records recording artist Jaida Dreyer’s song “If Your Heart Can Handle It” will be featured on tomorrow’s episode of ABC’s award-winning series “Nashville.” Fans can get an exclusive look into the songwriting process on today’s "On The Record" episode where Dean and Jaida sat down with actors Chris Carmack (Will Lexington) and Aubrey Peeples (Layla Grant) who will perform the duet.
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