Plenty of the musical performances on last night's round of talk shows were worth another look -- beginning with a Jamaican artist making his U.S. television premiere. "The entire island of Jamaica is swelling with pride right now," Jimmy Fallon shouted as Chronixx took the stage to perform "Here Comes Trouble."
Some say that Bobby Bare doesn't get excited much – a reflection on his easy-going nature. However, the Country Music Hall of Fame member told Billboard that he is definitely looking forward to next month's Johnny Cash Music Festival in Jonesboro, Arkansas.
Fans of Jason Aldean will want to hit iTunes or tune into their favorite radio station today. The country superstar released “Burnin’ It Down” -- the lead single from his sixth studio disc, due out before the end of the year.
Jason Aldean’s “Burn It Down” tour gives the singer a chance to do things in a big way – and he took full advantage of that on Saturday night at the Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati, Ohio. With a bill that saw a possible trio of nominees for the upcoming CMA Entertainer of the Year prize, Aldean clearly adheres to the rule that you’re only as good as those around you. If that’s the case, Aldean is pretty damn good these days.
It's been three years since the last album from Sunny Sweeney, and the songstress hopes that her fans are looking forward to the August 5 release of her third disc, "Provoked," as much as she is. "I am about to bust, I'm so happy," she exclaims to Billboard.
Garth Brooks’ July 10 reveal of a new deal with Sony Music (an album on Pearl/RCA Nashville is due around Black Friday, and will be sold digitally on his own site, sidestepping iTunes) and an upcoming global tour had tongues wagging: Does he still carry the clout of a country superstar?
Moving from Florida to Nashville was something up-and-comer Jordan Anderson had always wanted to do. Her new single "American Dream" tells us about the journey, as Anderson talks about getting accustomed to the new city.