In an interview with Radio.com, Church talks touring with Kenny Chesney, playing festivals, his admiration for Bruce Springsteen, and where he’s at with assembling his next album, the followup to his award-winning ‘Chief.’
“I want my personality to shine through in the music, and that’s what I try to do on my albums.” says Bryan.
“It’s been such a journey to get to this point,” Eldredge says. “I moved to Nashville seven years ago and started knocking on doors and writing songs with anybody I could.”
“I’m so excited to have my first album out,” the “Don’t Ya” singer says of “Bring You Back,” which hits stores on Tuesday, August 6.
The Sugarland singer’s upcoming solo album includes will be “emotional and raw” and include a Bob Seger classic, plus a re-imagining of Dolly Parton’s “Jolene.”
Don’t call “Amelita” a divorce album. For their new album, the country-folk artists (who are two-thirds of the Dixie Chicks) pushed themselves lyrically by inventing a character named Amelita.
“I had such a great time recording this song,” the country legend said. “I loved the song and sound of that banjo made me feel I was back on the front porch in Kentucky where I came from.”
This week, Hayes sat down with Radio.com to discuss the decision to revisit his debut with new songs, as well as how his new duets with Ashley Monroe and Jason Mraz came together.
“I think I’m just gonna have fun because I’ve been serious a lot,” she said.
Billy Currington will release his new album, We Are Tonight, on September 17th. With a string of seven career No. 1 singles, the highly anticipated album is Currington’s first in three years. The lead single from the […]