Among the tracks is “Before We Knew They Were Good,” a song Keith said is “about kids growing up becoming special people in life,” and a tribute to his late bandleader Chuck Goff.
During a recent on-stage interview at Google headquarters in California, the country star talked songwriting, video shoots, the power of social media, and a ‘cool’ project he’s got brewing around his new single ‘I Can’t Change The World.’
Sugarland fans are plenty familiar by now with the news that the duo’s lead singer Jennifer Nettles has a new solo album on the way, produced by the illustrious Rick Rubin.
“I want my personality to shine through in the music, and that’s what I try to do on my albums.” says Bryan.
The tour begins in Sweden this November. “We are our truest selves on stage,” Reid Perry told Radio.com. “It’s more fun than recess.”
Monahan checked in from the road with Radio.com, and among the topics was the possibility of a country-leaning solo album. “The Nashville community, you can’t slip something by them. They know if you’re for real or not.”
“I love what I do with Sugarland,” said Nettles after an intimate live set in Charlotte last night. “But I’ve been wanting to do this [solo] project for a long time, and [I] have been writing for it for three years.”
“I’m so excited to have my first album out,” the “Don’t Ya” singer says of “Bring You Back,” which hits stores on Tuesday, August 6.
Jana Kramer is just a few dates into joining Blake Shelton on the road as part of his Ten Times Crazier Tour
Don’t call “Amelita” a divorce album. For their new album, the country-folk artists (who are two-thirds of the Dixie Chicks) pushed themselves lyrically by inventing a character named Amelita.