Dual-Round celebration on Monday evening featured Jeannie Seely, Kalie Shorr, Candi Carpenter, Chloe Gilligan, Jenna LaMaster, Sarabeth Taite, Erin Grand, Vic Allen, Bellah Mae and Mia Morris on Cajon.
As a Valedictorian of a North Carolina Engineering High School and a soon-to-be graduate of UNC-Charlotte, this twenty-two-year-old dynamo is not your typical country music star.
American composer Jennifer Higdon will be at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center the first week of March for the live recording of her Low Brass Concerto as part of the Appalachian Spring concerts.
With all of his glories and failures, Regie Hamm provides a rare and personal glimpse inside the life of a songwriter from Nashville.
Young drummer Mia Morris is one of the most sought after musicians in Music City. Her uncanny rock sensibility rivals those who have been in the genre for years.
The music from Steve Moakler’s newest record, Blue Jeans, feels like something that is broken in and true, like something you want to reach for over and over again.
With her spitfire and sass, Heidi Raye proves that all the stereotypes you have about Canadian Country Music are wrong.
Country Music fans will now be able to watch the Grand Ole Opry on TV. Circle, a new country music and lifestyle television network launching January 1, 2020, announced 16 original shows and two major distribution partnerships that will broadcast Circle in markets covering more than 50 percent of U.S. TV households.