Support Veterans at Operation Song Retreat Showcase

Operation Song is conducting its first VAVS-sponsored quarterly Nashville songwriting retreat this week. Veterans arrived on the afternoon of Thursday (11/15) and will get started writing with professional Nashville songwriters Friday morning (11/16). The retreat culminates in a concert on Saturday afternoon (11/17) at 3:00 at the W.O. Smith Music School, 1125 8th Avenue South … Continued

CMA Watch Party with Riley Green

Still figuring out where you are going to watch the CMA Awards on Nov. 14?  Well look no further!  Nash 103.3 has announced their watch party at Wildhorse Saloon.  And the best part, right after the award show, Riley Green is performing.  The party starts at 6:30, with contests and prizes during the show, which … Continued

Jason Aldean Show in Nashville by Pandora

If you live in Nashville and live for country music, you have probably already heard about the free Pandora show with headliner Jason Aldean.  If you can be in Nashville on November 27 and are 21 years old or older, RSVP! What you need to know: 21+event, at Marathon Music Works in Nashville, November 27, … Continued

Our Interview With Michael Shynes

We all know that person pursuing music, and in most cases, these folks are genuinely talented and musically gifted. Those that are smart will wait to break into the scene once they’ve honed their craft, because confidence in your own music is like adding fuel to a fire. It’s a constant cycle of mental angguish … Continued

Montgomery Gentry’s Eddie Montgomery To Host “The Gift” Two-Hour Memorial Day Radio Special Presented by Fisher House

Memorial Day Weekend Montgomery Gentry’s Eddie Montgomery will host “The Gift,” a two-hour radio special presented by Fisher House in recognition of those who have given so much for our freedom. Listeners can tune in to country radio stations across the country in such markets as Chicago, Houston, San Jose, Louisville, Lexington, Boston, Orlando, Poughkeepsie, Sacramento, Nashville … Continued

Billboard Music Awards Winners

The annual Billboard Music Awards took place at MGM Grand Las Vegas on May 20th. Within 56 award categories, the Country genre was represented in 12. Sam Hunt, Chris Stapleton, and Alan Jackson were nominated for awards outside of the Country specific categories including Top Selling Song, Top Selling Album, Billboard Chart Achievement Award, and … Continued

Jason Aldean Brings Georgia’s Best Country Concert This Summer

Last week, Jason Aldean announced that he will be headlining a show at SunTrust Park in Atlanta Georgia in July of 2018. The concert will be part of his 2018 High Noon Neon tour and will contain the same opening acts that will be with him for the rest of the tour, Luke Combs and Lauren Alaina. The surprise … Continued

Grab A Tissue Before You Listen To Cole Swindell’s Latest Single

Cole Swindell has done it again. His latest single “The Ones Who Got Me Here” is another tearjerker that’ll feel ALL the feels. You’ll spend the 3 minutes and 19 seconds of this song reminiscing about every person whose impacted your life, any naysayers or supporters and anyone in-between. It’s a powerful track that will yearningly conjure up … Continued

Sam Hunt Is Back With New Single

If you’re a big fan of Sam Hunt like I am, I know you’ve found your new favorite song. Just released this week after 15 months since “Body Like A Backroad”, he’s back in the game with another genre crossing single called “Downtown’s Dead”. The good news is that he’s writing and recording for the … Continued

Kacey Musgraves Puts The Rock in 30 Rockefeller on SNL

Not too many country acts grace the stage of Saturday Night Live, but Kacey Musgraves got the long overdue honor this past episode. Her first performance of the night was her song “High Horse”, a funky banger with hints of retro disco beats, about ditching an overconfident lover. She followed it up by returning to more familiar roots … Continued

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