Revered songwriter and vocalist Chris Stapleton brings influences from country’s past and present to his solo debut album ‘Traveller,’ which he recorded in Nashville’s historic RCA Studio A.
Dierks Bentley’s songs have struck a chord with not only country fans but fellow artists as well. Kip Moore and Darius Rucker weigh in.
With his new solo album ‘Southern Gravity,’ Sugarland’s Kristian Bush hopes is to cast a spell that feels “a little bit like sunshine.”
This week’s Impact artist Darius Rucker says his new album ‘Southern Style’ is the ‘countriest’ he’s made so far.
The acclaimed Alabama artist talks about songwriting, his recording process (which he’s just wrapping up), the power of observation and when he’ll likely drop his new album.
She also reveals what she thinks of Miranda Lambert, and who she might duet with down the road. Any guesses?
The Bros. Landreth just released their debut album ‘Let It Lie,’ but they hope fans come out to see their live show as well. “We’re a different group of performers than when we [first] sat down in the studio two years ago.”
“I’ve always appreciated albums that have a lot to offer lyrically and musically,” frontman Charlie Starr tells Radio.com. “Nobody wants to buy an album and listen to it and all songs sound the same, that’s a bummer.”
Florida Georgia Line talk football as they prepare to hit Phoenix, Ariz. during Super Bowl weekend, where they will play The Night Before concert with Jason Aldean and Dierks Bentley.
Cole Swindell’s 2014 is one that dreams are made of, thanks to back-to-back No. 1 singles as well as additional songs of his cut by Thomas Rhett and Luke Bryan. As he tells Radio.com, a big smile across his face, “It’s been a heck of a year.”