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.
Ashley Monroe makes her Warner Nashville debut with her first solo album Like A Rose, available on iTunes today.
Like A Rose has been a long time coming. Monroe has been creating music for more than half of her life—attracting along the way kudos from such music world giants as Dolly Parton, Guy Clark, Vince Gill and Jack White. Her new, full-length album release serves both to fill in the back-story and impart to us who she is today. At times her songs are dead serious, at others utterly hilarious, but always Monroe is an original with a compelling story to share.
NASHVILLE, TN – (March 1, 2013) – Country’s rockin’ duo, Big & Rich, were awarded CRS’ 2013 Artist Humanitarian Award at Country Radio Seminar this week. Big & Rich’s charitable endeavors date back more than a decade. Their humanitarian efforts have ranged from visiting individual patients in hospitals, to staging benefit concerts for the Country Music Hall of Fame and the 173rd Airborne Memorial, to their well-documented U.S. and international outreach.
Hunter recently sat down to talk music and performing with SweetBeatTV after an exciting appearance on The Tonight Show.
Hunter talks about what it's like performing for 45,000 people, and explains the most rewarding part of playing his songs live. Check out the video above or click HERE to watch it on the Sweety High Website.
(L-R) Scooter Weintraub (W Management), Charlie Worsham, John Esposito (President & CEO, WMN), Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton, Sheryl Crow, Peter Strickland (EVP/GM, WMN), Brad Paisley, Scott Hendricks (SVP A&R, WMN), John Oates, Brett Eldredge, Chris Stacey (SVP Promotion, WMN)
Dates for Brett's upcoming tour with Taylor Swift were announced earlier today. Brett took a few minutes to talk with Taste of Country about landing the opening act gig.
"I’ve played in front of some big audiences, but that’s a whole ‘nother level,” said Brett. “What Taylor does, her show is a spectacle unlike any other artist in music. Just to be able to have a little part of that, a little tiny piece of that, to be able to get in front of her fans that are so passionate … I’m so, so lucky to be able to do that. It’s gonna be awesome. I’m so, so excited.”
Blake Shelton’s forthcoming album, Based On A True Story…, is available for pre-order today on iTunes. Click Here to pre-order. The highly anticipated album was first made available for pre-order February 19 in the official Blake Shelton store at BlakeShelton.com.
Mashable recently chatted with Hunter about his effective use of technology in his career. In the interview, Hunter discusses live tweeting The Grammys, the Hunter Hayes Road Race, and his unique electric piano.
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.