Talk about wishing we were there–take a look at the artists on the roster at Tuesday night’s We’re All For The Hall benefit concert in Nashville, and see if you don’t agree it was nothing short of impressive.
It’s hard to deny that Taylor Swift loves her fans. From day one the “22” singer has made her fans the priority in her singing career, giving them special access to her tours, walking through the crowds at concerts, and giving out far more hugs than your average person.
Taylor Swift has been busy preparing for her RED Tour for months, and last night (March 13) in Omaha, Nebraska, she welcomed fans into her world.
Jason Aldean, Gregg Allman, Emmylou Harris Lead Star-Studded Country Music Hall Of Fame Benefit In New York
Does history still matter to today’s country music artists and fans? If the answers from Jason Aldean, Vince Gill, Emmylou Harris, and others attending Tuesday’s All for the Hall benefit concert in New York City are any indication, the answer is a resounding yes.
In today’s country landscape, Jamey Johnson stands out as an anomaly. He’s had hit radio singles, has a strong fan base, and can regularly sell out clubs–as he did Friday night at Joe’s Bar in Chicago. But […]
Randy Houser has a lot to celebrate. Not only did he release his new record this week, How Country Feels, but his current single (the title track) is the No. 1 song in country radio. How Country […]
George Strait’s two-year Cowboy Rides Away Tour kicked off Friday night (Jan. 18) in Lubbock, Texas, and by all accounts it was a powerful, satisfying show for Strait fans–and for George himself. “Strait climbed on stage wearing […]
The debut of her residency at Caesars in Las Vegas included a motorcycle, a white horse, form-fitting outfits, and of course, all the hit songs that made this Canadian singer a pop-country superstar.
The singer strapped on a banjo for her Grammy-winning track “Mean” and told the story behind the song.
Brad Paisley closed out his ten month tour with an impressive show at the Hollywood Bowl, that included a few surprises to please old and new fans alike.