The country quartet said they named their new album ‘Pain Killer’ because they want to help listeners cope with the highs and lows of everyday life. “It has a bit of a vintage throwback to it,” Karen Fairchild told Radio.com, “but it’s strong.”
Aldean’s as passionate about his new album as he is about his home state of Georgia. It’s been 16 years since he packed up and left for Nashville, but those roots are anything but forgotten.
In honor of their new album ‘Anything Goes,’ which drops Tuesday, Florida Georgia Line is our Impact artist this week.
“This time, I really wanted to push myself as a writer, an entertainer, an artist, a musician and not just rest on what we’ve accomplished and the success that we’ve had,” Chesney told Radio.com.
A mom claimed she was removed for breastfeeding her baby at a Paisley show—though police counter it was for the infant’s safety. Paisley’s response? “There’s no way I would take a -month-old baby into the pit at one of my concerts.”
After earning his fifth No. 1 with “Beachin’,” Owen tells Radio.com he’s turning to the powerful ballad “What We Ain’t Got” as his next single. “It’s about looking at where you are and appreciating what you have.”
In honor of his new studio album “Just As I Am,” Brantley Gilbert is our Launch artist this week. “The whole record defines where I’m at musically, from one side of the spectrum to the other,” Gilbert told Radio.com.
In honor of their new album “Rewind,” which hits stores May 13, Rascal Flatts is our Impact artist this week. “I feel like we’re going in the right direction,” Joe Don Rooney told Radio.com.
“Merle’s stuff is so incredibly personal,” Bogguss told Radio.com. “You believe every word he’s saying.”
“It’s all about the search, no matter what you find,” Hayes told Radio.com about the process behind making his new album “Storyline.” “And it was a fun search.”