The track was written by fellow artist Niko Moon with Nicolle Galyon and Ben Johnson.
uDiscover presents audio excerpts from Paul Sexton's interview with Vince Gill, as he explains his decades-long love affair with Nashville.
Tim McGraw has landed his 26th No. 1 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs with 'Humble And Kind,' to overtake Dolly Parton's total of 25.
The lonesome fugitive has left us. The death was announced today, on his 79th birthday of 6 April, of the truly great Merle Haggard.
Shawn Colvin and Steve Earle have announced a new album together, Colvin & Earle, produced by Buddy Miller and to be released on 10 June on Fantasy Records.
Steve Earle’s albums ‘Guitar Town’, ‘Exit 0’, ‘Copperhead Road’ and ‘The Hard Way’ are due for remastered vinyl reissue on 6 May.
The Maverick Festival held a launch event at London's Gibson Rooms last night (24) and confirmed a tribute to trailblazing country singer Jimmie Rodgers.
A highway marker near the spot where Hank Williams was found dead on New Year's Day, 1953 was dedicated yesterday (Thursday) in Oak Hill, West Virginia.
Written by Pam Belford and Dean Dillon, the song was a clever take on the old romantic idea of a pair of lovers who can never quite say goodbye.
Justin Timberlake today (Monday) posted a picture on Instagram of himself in the studio with Karen Fairchild and Kimberly Schlapman of Little Big Town.
Australian-born country superstar Keith Urban will release his eighth studio album Ripcord on 6 May on Capitol Nashville, to be followed by a major tour.
The London headline debut of Nashville country-rock collective A Thousand Horses put a satisfying seal on their first UK visit last night (15 March).
The final day of the 2016 C2C Festival at The 02 yesterday (13) featured stirring shows by Chris Stapleton, Kacey Musgraves and headliner Eric Church.
Kylie Olsson presents highlights from CTC 2016 & interviews Ashley Campbell, Thomas Rhett, A Thousand Horses, Maddie & Tae at the Big Machine Label hangout!
With the C2C Festival extended to a three-day event, Saturday (12) was a day for the huge crowds to make new discoveries and greet old favourites.
The first UK performance by reigning country queen Miranda Lambert was a triumphant culmination of the opening night of 2016's C2C Festival.