Twenty-seven-year-old Tennessee native Dustin Lynch is set to release his self-titled debut album this summer (August 21 on Broken Bow), and the centerpiece of that release will be a single he’s been working the past few months, “Cowboys and Angels.”
Though Josh plays sold out crowds wherever he goes, the Westland Michigan native says that being home is just a “different vibe, different feel and different energy.”
Just a little over a year ago, a then 19-year-old Hunter Hayes was on a radio tour promoting his debut album Storm Warning. He’s come a long way since then.
Detroit may not be the first city that comes to mind when you think ‘country music.’ This weekend, though, the Motor City is all about honky tonk, thanks to the annual Downtown Hoedown, a country music extravaganza that has been taking over downtown Detroit each summer for the past 30 years.
Things are really starting to heat up for new band The Farm! After announcing that their self-titled debut album will be hitting shelves on July 17, the trio experienced another big celebration, as their new single “Home Sweet Home” broke the Top 20 on the Billboard & Mediabase country charts.
As many country fans know by now, Leon Bentley, father of singer Dierks Bentley, passed away this weekend in Phoenix, Arizona. He was age 88.
Not only is she from Detroit, but she’s performed at the 99.5 WYCD Downtown Hoedown! And we’ve got the video.