In this installment of Radio Feedback, Shawna and Keifer Thompson share a funny story about the first time they heard their song “We Fight” on the radio.
“It’s such a great cause,” and it’ll also be an “amazing day of music,” said Musgraves. Presented by CBS Radio, the Oct. 23 benefit at the Hollywood Bowl also features Sara Bareilles, Ellie Goulding and Tegan & Sara.
The songs on his new album “We Are Tonight” were “all instants for me,” Currington told Radio.com. “I would hear them and I’d be like, ‘I have to hear that again and again.’”
The “Radio” and “Wagon Wheel” singer also talks about songwriting, his family life and his reaction to having a street named after him in his hometown.
“Pursuing music,” Houser says, was “the only thing I ever really cared about. That’s what I love.” Hear his new single “Goodnight Kiss.”
Young’s new album “A.M.” hits shelves tomorrow (Sept. 17), and he’s is anxious to get the music in the hands of his fans. “I’m really ready for the album to be out there,” he told Radio.com.
Arkansas native Justin Moore releases his third album, “Off the Beaten Path,” this Tuesday (Sept. 17). As he tells Radio.com, it’s “definitely the most diverse album I’ve done.”
“We’ve gone over to [Hillary's] house a bunch,” said Kelley during an interview this week. “We’ve been writing some songs and preparing for the tour. We’re working, but then we’re also watching her be a mother. She’s really great at it.”
“It Ain’t All Bad” might be Wariner’s first vocal album in eight years, but that doesn’t mean the chart-topping, GRAMMY-winning singer/songwriter/guitarist been on vacation. “I’ve been writing a lot, ” he told Radio.com.
Sheryl Crow sat down with Radio.com to discuss albums by country legends such as Johnny Cash, Tammy Wynette and George Jones, who have all been important to her as an artist.