The album, Bryan's seventh studio release, was produced by Jeff Stevens and Jody Stevens.
Hank's next single was the jaunty, lighthearted 'Settin' The Woods On Fire.'
In the year that we lost her, 'Faded Love' became Patsy's final top ten solo single.
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 line-up for C2C 2016, the Country To Country Festival, will feature such stars as Miranda Lambert, Kacey Musgraves, Dwight Yoakam and Little Big Town.
Charles Kelley of Lady Antebellum has launched a new solo venture during the group’s current down time, unveiling the impressive single ‘The Driver.'
The group were already a decade into one of the most impressive country chart careers of the era when 'Thank God I've Got You' arrived in October 1976.
'You’re Gonna Change (Or I’m Gonna Leave)' was inspired in no small part by the singer’s fiery relationship with his wife, Audrey.
Last night (21) saw the first country evening at the Apple Music Festival at London's Roundhouse, where Carrie Underwood was supported by UK duo the Shires.
Watch rising country-rock trio the Cadillac Three at their holdout Nashville gig on September 19, being joined for an encore by Steven Tyler.
‘I Saw The Light,’ the new Sony biopic about the life of Hank Williams starring Tom Hiddlestone, will be released in the US on November 27.
Now, there are some people that’ll tell you that they don’t like Country music…are they mad? It's OK To Like Country and here's the proof…
Shawn Colvin will release her ‘Uncovered’ album on September 25 on Fantasy. Listen to her version of Creedence Clearwater Revival’s ‘Lodi.'
Bob Dylan's producer in the second half of the '60s, Bob Johnston, also had impressive credentials in country music, celebrated in a new uDiscover playlist.
Don Henley will release his new solo album ‘Cass County’ on September 25 on Capitol, and has shared the Dolly Parton duet from it, ‘When I Stop Dreaming.'
uDiscover pays its respects to Billy Sherrill, one of the most influential names in country music history, who died August 4 in Nashville at the age of 78.