Hitting the stores on October 7th is a CD/DVD collection that captures the breath-taking live performances of the Multi-Platinum recording artists Big & Rich. The DVD will feature many new and old Big & Rich favorites, including exclusive live versions of "Lost In This Moment", "8th of November", "Save A Horse (Ride A Cowboy)" and many others. The CD contains three never released tracks "Woodstock", "Everybody's Rockin'", and "Find a Heart".
September 8, 2008 (Nashville, TN) The diehard fans of Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton were eager to hear the whispers, then shouts, through the country halls about a select few shows this summer where the power-duo performed together. An “experiment” at first – for the twosome it meant a guaranteed way to spend time together performing the music they love – much in tradition of Johnny & June and George & Tammy. Fans across the country responded, asked for more, and this October 3, they will deliver as they embark on their first ever co-headlining tour.
Faith Hill’s all new NBC “Sunday Night Football” promo spot is set to debut this Wednesday, August 6th at www.faithhill.com, nearly 48 hours before what is expected to be its broadcast premiere. The sidesplitting new promo, filmed last month in Pasadena, California, features NFL All-Pros Dwight Freeney, Bob Sanders, Tony Gonzalez, Torry Holt, Ray Lewis, and Tony Romo “cooking” for Faith and her friends, preparing snacks for the evening’s “Sunday Night Football” game.
Blake Shelton’s #1 single “Home” is at its second week in the top spot on the R&R Country Singles chart. His follow up single, “She Wouldn’t Be Gone,” from his forthcoming album will premiere on CMT.com on Monday, July 21. The single is written by Cory Batten and Jennifer Adan and produced by Scott Hendricks.
“As a country music artist I'm always looking for "that song". Something unique, something special, something that matters. This song has all of the above. What a melody!,” says Shelton.
Blake Shelton has reached the top of the charts, R&R Singles Chart and MediaBase Singles Chart, with his woeful - soulful rendition of “Home,” written by Michael Bublé, Amy Foster-Gillies and Alan Chang and originally recorded by Bublé. This is the fourth career No. 1 for Shelton including “Austin,” “The Baby” and “Some Beach,” which collectively held the No.1 spot for thirteen weeks.
NASHVILLE – June 16, 2008 - The much rumored, highly anticipated Christmas album from 5-time Grammy Award winner Faith Hill will bring Joy To The World on Tuesday, September 16th. The 11-song CD, which already has the industry buzzing, combines some of the season’s most recognizable and beloved classics, with one of America’s most respected vocalists.
Warner Bros. recording artist Blake Shelton will release his fifth album tomorrow, May 6. Or is it officially still his fourth? Due to the phenomenal success of his current single, “Home,” he is re-releasing his PURE BS album as PURE BS DELUXE EDITION. The album will include all of the previously released songs that were on PURE BS, including singles “Don’t Make Me,” and “The More I Drink.” It will also include three new tracks including Shelton’s current smash hit, “Home,” as well as two additional unreleased songs written by Shelton, “Chances” and “I Can’t Walk Away.”
Warner Bros. Records Debut Single, "Just Got Started Lovin' You"
Tops The R&R And Mediabase Charts
NASHVILLE – May 5, 2008 - Singer, songwriter James Otto has his first No. 1 with current single, "Just Got Started Lovin' You,” a single he co-wrote with Jim Femino and D. Vincent Williams. The single is currently No. 1 on both the R&R and Mediabase country music charts.
“The biggest voice in country music,” James Otto, scored big numbers for his debut album on Warner Bros. Records, Sunset Man, today. Otto sold 57,585 units, making him No. 3 on the Billboard 200 chart. This is Otto’s first album of his career to hit in the Top 5 on the charts.
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.