'Let It Roll' is due for release on 23 August as the follow-up to their successful 2017 debut set 'On...
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.’
Lyrically the album reflected Campbell’s life, both personally and professionally, which spoke of the sacrifices to maintain a career in the fast lane.
In March 1984, the album gave the Texan country star his first-ever appearance on the pop LP chart.
Watch Shania Twain perform 'Man! I Feel Like A Woman' live, taken from the Shania: Still The One Live From Vegas CD/DVD out on March 3, 2015.
Shelby Lynne, one of America’s finest exponents of country-flavoured Americana, will release her first album for Rounder, ‘I Can’t Imagine,’ on May 5.
Diana Krall’s new record, Wallflower, produced by David Foster, is an album of covers that re-imagines some of the best loved songs of the past 50 years...
The Shires, the English duo of Crissie Rhodes and Ben Earle, will release their debut album ‘Brave,’ on the reactivated Decca Nashville label, on March 2.
Watch The Carter Family perform their classic track 'Wildwood Flower'. ...
Ahead of her guest appearance with Jack White in Nashville (Wednesday 28), Loretta Lynn has been talking about her plans for the show and future projects.
Country-Americana favourites the Mavericks will release their new album ‘Mono’ on Valory Music Co, part of the Big Machine Label Group, on February 17.
Country trio Lady Antebellum were both winners and performers at last night’s (Wednesday) People’s Choice Awards in Los Angeles.
‘Little’ Jimmy Dickens, one of the most venerable artists to emerge in the country music scene of the 1940s, has passed away at the age of 94.
One of the great songwriters of any generation, Jimmy Webb, has announced a new UK tour for spring 2015.
A dozen years ago today, the Billboard 200 welcomed what became the last Johnny Cash album released before his death, ‘American IV: The Man Comes Around.'