Patsy Cline to Perform Live Show as a Hologram in 2016

Fans of Patsy Cline have a reason to celebrate. Her larger than life personality and unmatched talent is coming back to the stage, thanks to technology. Country music lost one of its finest half a century ago, but next year Cline will return to perform her hit songs live, in hologram form. This is not the first time we’ve … Read more

4 Easy Fourth of July Dessert Recipes

Fourth of July, it’s the ultimate summer holiday! It’s the day Americans gather together to celebrate the birthday of our nation. There will be lots of barbecues, swimming, fireworks and of course, food! We don’t know about you, but one of our favorite food groups is dessert! That’s why we rounded up four simple, (because … Read more

The Swon Brothers Cover The Eagles During Grand Ole Opry Performance

If you’re a fan of The Swon Brothers, you know how much they love The Eagles. The brothers have long said the mega-hit makers are one of their biggest musical influences because of their versatility and smooth harmonies. During The Swon Brothers recent performance on the Grand Ole Opry stage they paid tribute to their … Read more

Dierks Bentley Rocks Central Park

Dierks Bentley kicked off a “Good Morning (America)” for everyone with a concert performance for the morning show in Central Park. Dierks answered some questions about being country music’s hottest man and played his newest single, “Riser.” Of course, no Dierks appearance would be complete with “I Hold On.” Image Source: YouTube

11 (More) Country Music Stars if They Were Disney Characters

Once upon a time in a land called the Internet, Kacey Musgraves posted a photo of herself dressed as Belle from “Beauty and the Beast.” At that moment, all the land realized just how many country music stars look like classic Disney characters. And many, many months later, even more country music stars came to … Read more

Darius Rucker Proud of Charleston in Wake of Tragedy

Nobody loves their hometown more than Darius Rucker and during a recent interview on “The Talk,” he shared his thoughts on the recent tragedy that struck his hometown of Charleston, South Carolina at the historic Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church. Rucker’s words were profound and sincere, “He tried to spread us apart and he just … Read more

A Thousand Horses Says, “(This Ain’t No) Drunk Dial”

A Thousand Horses, with one certified-GOLD single to their credit, is setting a clear, definitive tone for their music with their second single, “(This Ain’t No) Drunk Dial” off their debut album, Southernality. The group’s follow-up to “Smoke” is a gritty, harmony-filled Southern rock infused, slow-paced story of love that kicks you in the gut … Read more

Eric Paslay Shares the Secrets to His Songwriting Success

Eric Paslay says it isn’t easy being the “messenger.” We caught up with Paslay as he rocked the South in Cullman, Alabama and discussed his No. 1 hits– the ones he’s written and the ones he gets to perform. Our question– which is better– writing or singing the hits? Paslay is working on his next album … Read more