Kevin Sharp, a country hitmaker from the 1990s who had been battling cancer since he was a teenager, died this past Saturday. He was best known for the No. 1 hit “Nobody Knows.”
The news came via the Twitter account of an unlikely source — Larry King. “He’s excited about it & so am I!” King tweeted.
With Tim McGraw hitting No. 1 (again), Garth Brooks about to release a new box set, and others like Joe Diffie and Marty Brown gaining new fans, we have to wonder: Is country music in the midst of a 1990s comeback?
“It really was a wake-up call to make me realize that music is so powerful” said Tritt, “so much more powerful than those of us that create it really give credit for.”
After being celebrated in Jason Aldean’s single “1994,” the ’90s hitmaker is back in the game, with a funky new single and video, and an album on the way.
The “High and Dry” singer was tricked by his wife into appearing on the show–and he blew the judges away with a cover of Bob Dylan’s “Make You Feel My Love.”
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While he is currently enjoying a successful career in country music, Darius Rucker told CBS Local that he still loves to perform songs from his days with Hootie & the Blowfish.
[lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Leann Rimes[/lastfm] had yet to reach 14 years old when she released her first (and biggest selling) album, Blue.