We talked about eyebrows, her go-to beauty must haves, The Swon Brothers, and the current “Bro Country” See her at Mystic Lake this Saturday!
“It’s such a personal song,” Brice told Radio.com about “I Don’t Dance,” and the fact it’s now a single is “like my dream.” It’s “very honest and very real.” Watch the new video!
“It’s a summertime thing. As an album title, I felt like it really wrapped its arms around all the songs. If nothing else, maybe people in Walmart will look at it and go, ‘Sunshine and whiskey?’ and at least give it a second glance.”
“This is the one that introduces you to the new sound of the record the best,” Moore said of his new single. “This is the one that’s really going to introduce you to what’s coming.”
“He tore that up,” Gregg Allman told Radio.com about Church’s performance. Watch the video now!
“It’s a dream come true,” Dan Smyers told Radio.com about how their music career has been progressing. “It’s unbelievable. It’s an incredible feeling.”
“It’s a new chapter for me musically,” Dustin Lynch said of his new single. “The song is actually a new kind of groove for me. It’s something we haven’t put out to radio yet. It’s less stomping of the boots and more hands in the air kind of thing.”
“We’ve already got five to six songs tracked and rockin’. Joey Moi, our producer, is chompin’ at the bit. He’s as excited as we are,” Brian Kelley said.
Carter talks about what it was like growing up among some of country music’s most legendary artists, including Johnny Cash, Carl Smith, the original Carter Family members, and her mother June Carter Cash.
During rehearsals for the ACM Awards, Bentley and Crow spoke with Radio.com about the song they performed on the show together, “I Hold On,” as well as Bentley’s next single “Drunk on a Plane.”