Ian Munsick breathes fresh Rocky Mountain air into the Nashville music scene with his latest country-western single, “Horses and Weed.”
Music City Walk of Fame inductees Dierks Bentley, Keb’ Mo’, Bobby Bare, and Connie Smith represent the diversity of Music City in the first ceremony since the pandemic.
Inspired by the traditional as well as the unconventional, The Wooks have established a distinctive sound through original songwriting, exceptional musicianship, and outside influences ranging from jam bands to Southern rock.
Whether it be gospel, bluegrass, or even county, if you want heartfelt music that touches your soul, make sure to listen to and stream anything that Teddi and Bobby Cyrus put out.
Jacob Bryant readies the forthcoming album Bar Stool Preachers with his latest release "Devil & An Old Six String.”
Featuring eight new recordings and six classics performed by some of the top names in music, Country Faith Bluegrassis released today (September 17, 2021) on Billy Blue Records.
Max Gomez is an Americana/blues singer/songwriter from New Mexico who has the uncanny ability to make his solo guitar sound like three playing at once.
Multi-Grammy nominated duo and Opry members, Dailey & Vincent are one of the most popular bands in contemporary American music, embracing bluegrass, country, and gospel.
In celebration of the Fourth of July, multi-Grammy nominated group, The Issacs, release their newest inspirational single, “The American Face.”