With a Sparkling “Shovel,” Walker County Get All the Dirt on a Cheater
Watch "Shovel," the new music video by Walker County.
Glen Campbell’s Daughter Ashley Calls Herself a Late Bloomer
According to his youngest daughter, Glen Campbell could play any instrument he picked up. The late country legend always seemed to have a guitar, mandolin, bass or banjo in his hand. But it’s his banjo picking I remember most. Embedded from www.youtube.com. So when I talked with Ashley Campbell about growing up under the influence... Read more »
Caitlyn Smith, Old Dominion Deliver a New Duet, “I Can’t”
Hear "I Can't," a new duet from Caitlyn Smith and Old Dominion.
Michael Ray: The Whiskey & Rain & Tim McGraw Conversation
On Friday (Sept. 25), you’ll be able to hear a new Michael Ray song “Whiskey & Rain.” You’ll also be able to hear a new Michael Ray, period. While his first two hit albums Michael Ray in 2015 and Amos in 2018 brought him gold-certified songs and three No. 1 singles, Ray was really just... Read more »
Carrie Underwood on Asking the Accounting Firm, “Are You Sure? Are You Sure?”
Why was Carrie Underwood in such a state of disbelief about her ACM Award win for entertainer of the year? Because for the first time in the Academy of Country Music’s history, there was a tie. Underwood and Thomas Rhett tied for the grand prize of the night on Sept. 16. “All the people around... Read more »
Wyatt Durrette and Mel Washington Lead With Respect in “Love Wins”
Songwriters and friends Wyatt Durrette and Mel Washington talked about the uncomfortable issue of racism for two hours before writing “Love Wins,” a topical song that doesn’t offer a partisan stance or angry confrontations. Instead it’s built around mutual respect, common ground, and of course, love. Washington believes that because the song stemmed from a... Read more »

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