Eerder presenteerden we al de nieuwe single God And My Girlfriends van Reba McEntire. De eerste single van haar gospel album Sing It Now: Songs Of Faith & Hope getiteld Softly And Tenderly, waarop je ook Kelly Clarkson en Trisha Yearwood hoort, had je nog te goed.
Een zeer onderhoudende akoestische live set van Lee Ann Womack uit 2014.
We krijgen regelmatig tips van onze contactpersoon bij The AristoMedia Group in Nashville. Deze tips betreffen dan meestal beginnende country artiesten die nog niet zijn doorgebroken bij het grote publiek. We zullen proberen je zo veel mogelijk op de hoogte te houden van deze tips.
Met dank aan James Freeman.
Robert Stowell – “I’d Die For You”
With veterans day weekend just behind us, we hope you’ll take a few moments to share this video with readers. “I’d Die For You” by Robert Stowell is a heartfelt ballad and the video’s story serves as a powerful reminder of the sacrifice the men and women of our armed forces make so we can enjoy the freedoms we take for granted. Robert has been making a name for himself over the past few years performing at fairs, festivals, mud bogs and clubs all across the country opening for artists such as the Bellamy Brothers, Dierks Bently, Brantley Gilbert, Kevin Fowler, Roger Creager, and more. Robert is also gearing up for a Texas Strong tour with Gary Kyle in February. The proceeds will be used to rebuild Texas and help with hurricane relief.
Feb. 2nd – Houston, Texas
Feb. 3rd – College Station, Texas
Feb. 9th – Dallas, Texas
Feb. 10th – Tyler, Texas
Feb. 16th – Wichita Falls, Texas
Feb. 17th – Amarillo, Texas
Feb. 23rd – Lubbock, Texas
Feb. 24th – Roscoe, Texas
Mar. 2nd – Midland, Texas
Mar. 3rd – San Angelo, Texas
Mar. 8th – Stephenville, Texas
Mar. 9th – Waco, Texas
Mar. 10th – Austin, Texas
Mar. 11th – San Antonio, Texas
Mar. 15th – Helotes, Texas
Mar. 16th – Corpus Christi, Texas
Mar. 17th – Houston, Texas
Indigo Summer – “Wants What It Wants”
Indigo Summer is back with another new music video, “Wants What It Wants.” The duo made up of Bryan Edwards and Hope Nix released their self-titled debut album last month and co-wrote all 12 songs on the album. As solo artists that have performed across the country opening for some of the biggest names in the industry including Keith Urban, Jason Aldean, and Charlie Daniels. As songwriters they have had numerous cuts and TV placements, including songs recorded by Jason Aldean and featured on the Discovery Channel. Their new video “Wants What It Wants” is about love/hate relationships and how sometimes people don’t have a choice who they’re attracted to because the heart “Wants What It Wants.”
Meer van Indigo Summer.
Cash Campbell – “Cannonball”
A “true representation of current country for the next generation” (CMT) newcomer Cash Campbell is bursting onto the music scene with his debut song “Cannonball.” With its lush sonic palate – glittering, guttural and ethereal – it’s no wonder that fans around the globe are already captivated by Campbell as he continues to rack up hundreds of thousands of streams on multiple platforms. After growing up singing in small-town Texas choir and spearheading several different rock-focused bands over the years, Campbell’s Lone Star roots continued to run deep and he channeled all of his influences into his songwriting. Campbell teamed up with Peer Astrom, the Swedish composer partly responsible for Glee’s soundtrack and musician Chris LaCorte. Together they honed in on a sound that handpicks the best of their hometowns – Dallas, Nashville and Stockholm – and spins it into a mix that exists in a lane of its own. Out of the gate, CMT selected Campbell for their Artist Discovery initiative and world premiered the glowing, vibrant video for “Cannonball” in September.
Dit is de Billboard Country Song Top 25 voor de week tot 25 november 2017.Luke Combs is de nieuwe #1, Jon Pardi en Kenny Chesney zijn verdwenen. Keith Urban en Scotty McCreery zijn nieuw vandaag in de Top 25.
- (2) Luke Combs – When It Rains It Pours
- (1) Kane Brown ft. Lauren Alaine – What Ifs
- (3) Sam Hunt – Body Like A Back Road
- (5) Lanco – Greatest Love Story
- (4) Thomas Rhett – Unforgettable
- (10) Blake Shelton – I’ll Name The Dogs
- (7) Carly Pearce – Every Little Thing
- (8) Luke Bryan – Light It Up
- (6) Dustin Lynch – Small Town Boy
- (9) Brett Young – Like I Loved You
- (12) Chris Young – Losing Sleep
- (11) Chris Janson – Fix A Drink
- (13) Russell Dickerson – Yours
- (14) Maren Morris – I Could Use A Love Song
- (15) Eric Church – Round Her Buzz
- (17) Garth Brooks – Ask Me How I Know
- (16) Florida Georgia Line – Smooth
- (23) Chris Stapleton – Broken Halos
- (18) Walker Hayes – You Broke Up With Me
- (21) Devin Dawson – All On Me
- (-) Keith Urban – Female ***
- (25) Kelsea Ballerini – Legends
- (22) Old Dominion – Written In The Sand
- (24) Miranda Lambert – Tin Man
- (-) Scotty McCreery – Five More Minutes ***