Forget everything you think you know about Gloriana. Most of what’s out there about the Emblem / Warner Bros. Records trio is based on misconception, gossip, and confusion.
As Gloriana’s new single, the fiery, fist-shaking “Trouble,” climbs into the Top 30 and the trio prepares to release its third album later this year, Rachel Reinert and Tom and Mike Gossin had their phenomenal early success soured by personal turmoil and lineup troubles. But the journey to overcome those problems has left them better bandmates, songwriters and, most important, friends.
Blake Shelton has continued his historic run atop the charts, this time bringing a friend along for the ride.
Shelton’s duet with Warner Bros. Records label mate and close friend Ashley Monroe hit No. 1 this week on both the Billboard and Mediabase country charts. It’s Shelton’s 14th consecutive chart-topper in both polls, a genre record in the monitored airplay era and Monroe’s first No. 1. Shelton now has 19 total No. 1 hits to date.
Emerging country star Cole Swindell continues to celebrate into 2015 with an exciting fan voted nomination for ACM’s New Artist of the Year. The award nomination, which will be presented April 19 during the 50th annual Academy of Country Music event at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, was announced one year to the day since his self-titled debut album was released on Warner Bros. Records.
Warner Bros. Records exciting new recording artist Michael Ray released his debut single, “Kiss You in the Morning” to radio today, becoming the No. 1 Most Added Male and second Most Added Overall.The 26-year-old Florida native’s first single from his forthcoming debut album is getting instant reaction from fans and radio. The song, written by Justin Wilson and Michael White, is equal parts up-tempo come-on and sweet swaying love song, filled with the kind of electricity you get when infatuation turns into something a little more fun.
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.