If “Americana” has ever had any solid definition, it is in the songs that The Band recorded for their epochal debut album, ‘Music From Big Pink’.
The first UK performance by reigning country queen Miranda Lambert was a triumphant culmination of the opening night of 2016's C2C Festival.
Thomas Rhett has been talking to uDiscover about being the “rookie” on this year's C2C Festival bill.
On the eve of the 2016 Country to Country Festival, BBC Radio 2 today marks the occasion with its pop-up digital and online station Radio 2 Country.
Ashley Campbell talks to uDiscover about her visit to Europe for the C2C Festival and how she wrote 'Remembering' for her father Glen.
After waiting five years to become US sensations with their country airplay No. 1 'Smoke' last year, A Thousand Horses are heading to London for C2C 2016.
Country duo Maddie & Tae tell uDiscover Music how much they're looking forward to their first trip to the UK and Ireland for the 2016 C2C Festival.
The 2016 C2C event rolls into London, Glasgow and Dublin next weekend (11-13 Mar), as a stellar bill proves country music is now a international phenomenon.
Steven Tyler headlined an exclusive media show last night (8 February) at Nashville's aVenue club. uDiscover was in the audience to witness the occasion.
The renowned Nashville live music location the Bluebird Café is bringing its famous name to London for the first time, at the 2016 C2C Festival.
Watch Chris Stapleton on New Year's Eve at the free Bash on Broadway in Nashville, guesting with headliners Kings of Leon on Lynyrd Skynyrd's 'Simple Man.'
One of the hottest acts in country, Little Big Town, were in London on Tuesday (6) to play at the Country To Country 2016 launch, and spoke to uDiscover.
The C2C Country To Country Festival in London today (Sunday) features a headline performance by Lady Antebellum. We look at their 2010 album ‘Need You Now.'
To mark the occasion of the UK live debut of country superstar Luke Bryan at C2C 2015, we’re focusing on his current smash hit album ‘Crash My Party.’