Music News - Country


chaserice-062716.jpg Chase Rice has revealed his plans for a U.S. tour later this year. The run is set to kick off on September 14 in Boone, North Carolina at Appalachian State University and will continue on through February 10 when he'll wrap in Atlanta at the Buckhead Theatre. "There will always be people saying, 'You're not country, you're ruining country.'"

garth-brooks-070916.jpg Garth Brooks dedicated a song during a recent show to a woman who postponed her own wedding to attend his show. The performance took place at the Cajundome in Lafayette, Louisiana and Brooks hadn't planned to pay her tribute until he read a few signs she held up from the audience.

dierksbentleyr-061316.jpg Dierks Bentley has revealed that "What the Hell Did I Say" will serve as his next single. The track is pulled from his most recent release, Black, and Bentley spoke on the track noting that it serves as a thank you to his fans, who have stuck with him while he explored some other musical avenues.

brad-paisley-062116.jpg A new Brad Paisley comedy special is coming to Netflix later this summer. According to a press release, Brad Paisley's Comedy Rodeo will feature special guests and fellow comedians Nate Bargatze, John Heffron, Jon Reep, Sarah Tiana, and Mike E. Winfield.

JoeNichols-062617.jpg Joe Nichols will release his tenth studio album Never Gets Old next month. Never Gets Old features songs written by Chris Stapleton, Zach Crowell and Shane Minor among others. Never Gets Old is due out July 28 from BBR Music Group/Red Bow Records.

SaraEvans-070816.jpg Sara Evans has released the official track listing for her upcoming new album Words. The album features songs written by Ashley Monroe, Hillary Lindsey, Caitlyn Smith and even Lady Antebellum's Hillary Scott.

kanebrown-121516.jpg Nearly seven months after its December 2016 release, Kane Brown's self-titled album is set to be released on vinyl on June 30. Upon its release, Kane Brown hit No. 1 on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart in addition to hitting the Top 10 on the Billboard 200 chart.

CarrieUnderwood-061517.jpg Carrie Underwood is set to take her place in history as she will receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame next year as part of the Hollywood Walk of Fame's Class of 2018.

ladyant-061316.jpg Lady Antebellum have hit the top of the country albums chart with their latest release Heart Break, their first number one release since 2013's Golden. It is also the fifth time the country trio have topped the charts. Heart Break also debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 chart.

coleswindell-061016.jpg Cole Swindell has revealed that he may soon take a break from his long-running Down Home Sessions series. The series features tracks that Swindell has loved but had to leave off his studio albums. Now, however, he says the rigors of working on a new studio release and touring may take precedence.

kenny-chesney-070516.jpg Kenny Chesney is looking for college students from Nashville's Belmont University and Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro to create the new video for his next single "All the Pretty Girls."

dan-shay-070916.jpg Dan + Shay have selected "Road Trippin'" as the next single off their album Obsessed. The video for the song opens up with Dan + Shay hitting the beach with their crew in tow in a bright blue Ford Bronco convertible. From there, the video is full of shots of the duo singing on the beach, laughing with their friends and driving on open roads.

garth-brooks-070916.jpg Garth Brooks has been announced as the headlining act at the inaugural concert at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, the new home of the Atlanta Falcons. The concert, which will take place on October 12, will also feature his wife Trisha Yearwood. "I'm thrilled to be back in Atlanta and honored to play the first concert in Mercedes-Benz Stadium," Brooks said in a statement.

lorettalynn-120116.jpg Loretta Lynn has cancelled a pair of upcoming tour dates in South Dakota as she continues to recover from a recent stroke. According to the Des Moines Register, Lynn's performance at Hoyt Sherman Place in Des Moines, Iowa, on July 7 as well as her performance at Dubuque, Iowa's Five Flags Center on July 21 have been canceled and both shows are no longer listed on her website.

luke-bryan-070916.jpg Luke Bryan played a new song, "Like You Say You Do," during a performance at a VIP event before a recent concert in Alpharetta, Georgia. "Aw, I'm screwin' it up! Hold on — I always mess this one up," Bryan told the audience during the performance. He re-started the mixed-up line, then got mixed up again.

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