Kip Moore looks forward to playing his new single, "Hey Pretty Girl," at tonight's CRS "New Faces" show. "I am so glad that we're getting to it. I pride myself as a writer. I'm glad I'm getting a chance to touch the depth of this record."
The General Jackson river boat was rockin’ last night as Brad Paisley welcomed surprise guests REO Speedwagon on Sony Music Nashville’s 27th annual cruise. Kelly Clarkson, Miranda Lambert, Pistol Annies, Chris Young and "X Factor" winner Tate Stevens were among the artists who performed for radio programmers, execs and media gathered for Sony’s big Country Radio Seminar showcase.
A half-century after Patsy Cline, Hawkshaw Hawkins and Cowboy Copas died in a plane crash 90 miles west of Nashville, the town where it happened will remember those artists with the "Gone But Not Forgotten" memorial festival, which begins today and runs through March 2.
One could argue the inclusion of Brantley Gilbert on the CRS New Faces Show this Friday night -- after all, the Georgia native has been entertaining fans for over a decade, releasing his debut disc in 2009.
Mindy McCready was mourned today at a funeral in her hometown of Fort Myers, Florida. According to local reports, about 200 attended the service at Crossroads Baptist Church to remember the singer, who committed suicide Feb. 17.
In day two of our preview of Friday night's New Faces Show at the Country Radio Seminar, we shine the spotlight on Florida Georgia Line -- the Republic Nashville duo comprised of Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard. It has been quite the year for the duo, with the release of their full-length debut "Here's To The Good Times," and the chart-topping success of their single "Cruise."
Tate Stevens -- the season two winner of "The X Factor," will release his self-titled debut album for Syco Music / RCA Nashville on April 23. In the meantime, he's watching with amazement as first single, "The Power Of A Love Song," is starting to gain traction at country stations across America