NBC The Voice alum, Pryor Baird is better than ever with a new record label and a new song that you’ve got to hear, “You Are To Me.”
Music Spotlight: Mitchell Tenpenny
Mega country star Mitchell Tenpenny recently teamed up with TikTok and Prevacid for a live presentation, showing fans how he combats the “stress-burn” that can be part of his life now.
Music Spotlight: Spencer Crandall
Dynamic independent Country artist Spencer Crandall continues to feed his fans new music as part of Western Reloaded, tapping rising Country artist Shaylen for a passionate duet on “To Be Continued…”
Music Spotlight: Jay Allen
NBC The Voice Alumnus, Jay Allen, has written the perfect song for Mother’s Day, “No Prayer Like Mama’s.”
Joe and Linda Chambers, Eric Church, and Butch Spyridon Awarded Stars on Walk of Fame
On May 4th, Joe and Linda Chambers, Eric Church, and Butch Spyridon were awarded stars on Music City’s Walk of Fame.
Music Spotlight: Tigirlily Gold
Following the meteoric rise of their smash hit, “Shoot Tequila,” Tigirlily Gold releases an introspective, heartfelt single, “Hometown Song.”
Music Spotlight: Conner Smith
As one of Country music’s most hotly anticipated new artists, Conner Smith has released the critically acclaimed song, “Creek Will Rise” which is sure to be a summer favorite.
Music Spotlight: Lily Grace
Seventeen-year-old Aussie, Lily Grace, has moved to Nashville and is an artist to keep your eye on. Listen to her newest song, “Follow My Road.”
Music Spotlight: Kinsey Rose
NBC The Voice Alumni, Kinsey Rose, has released a new single, “Speed of a Broken Heart” and it is not to be missed.
Charley Pride Statue Added to Ryman Auditorium’s Iconic Walk
Ryman Auditorium unveiled the latest addition to its Icon Walk this morning with a statue honoring American music icon Charley Pride. The detailed bronze likeness was added to the permanent outdoor exhibition on the historic venue’s grounds ensuring the country music trailblazer will forever remain part of the Soul of Nashville. Created as a way... Continue Reading →