Rising country group LiveWire is currently on the road promoting their new single and video, "Whiskey Sunday." According to the band's lead singer, Andy Eutsler, the song is one that made an impact on the Missouri-based band from the first listen.
Alabama lead singer Randy Owen has a lot to be excited about these days. The singer, along with cousins Jeff Cook and Teddy Gentry, is back on the road for the band’s “Back to the Bowery” 40th anniversary tour this year, which will take them to many cities, and even the high seas for a cruise scheduled for October.
Rock veteran John Waite has his eye on two different projects -- in two different formats these days. On the recording front, the English musician has just released a new live album entitled "Live All Access." The singer tells Billboard that the decision to record a live album stemmed from the positive vibes he has felt playing with a new guitarist in his band by the name of Keri Kelli.
Randy Houser scores his second No. 1 on Billboard's Country Airplay tally, as "Runnin' Outta Moonlight" blasts 5-1. The song logs an 8% gain to 45.8 million audience impressions, according to Nielsen BDS.
Florida Georgia Line sets the all-time record for the most weeks at No. 1 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart, as the duo's "Cruise" notches a 22nd cumulative week at the summit. With its latest week on top, the song passes three other titles that each led for 21 weeks over the chart's 69-year history.
Brett Eldredge is poised to release his debut album, "Bring You Back." The set contains his hit single "Don't Ya," which is sitting at No. 9 on the Hot Country Songs chart. After releasing his first single, "Raymond," almost three years ago, nobody is looking forward to getting the album in stores any more than Eldredge himself.
After years of hanging in limbo, Patty Griffin's 2000 album "Silver Bells" will finally see release on October 8. The album includes "Top of the World" and "Truth #2," which became hits for The Dixie Chicks off of their 2002 "Home" album.
This past weekend, Show Dog -- Universal recording artist Joel Crouse got to experience a homecoming of sorts -- on a very large scale. The native of Holland, Massachusetts got to play one of the biggest stages in the northeast as the opening act for Taylor Swift at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro. He concluded his run on the tour this past weekend at the home of the Patriots, and he couldn't have been more excited.