Beginning Friday, SiriusXM’s “StagecouchWeekend” will broadcast exclusive at-home performances from country music’s biggest stars.
Luke Combs, Darius Rucker and Eric Church are all confirmed to fill the same headline roles next year.
Luke Combs, Eric Church, and Darius Rucker were set to headline the popular European country music festival.
Eric Church can do mainstream very well but he's also something of a maverick who might slip in some Led Zeppelin-inspired riffs for the arena crowd or a blast of psychedelia for...
The performance will be televised as part of Fox's coverage of the game.
To mark the news, the country-rock trio have unveiled not one but two new tracks, 'Long After Last Call’ and ‘Back Home.'
The festival will again take place in London, Glasgow and Dublin on 13-15 March near year, and in the two cities in which it debuted this year, Amsterdam and Berlin.
His first such success was in August 2000, when 'Your Everything' made the top ten on its way to No. 3.
He shared the track ahead of his performance of the song on the TV special from the recent CMA Fest in Nashville.
Country star Eric Church tops the charts this week, with his latest single ‘Some Of It’ reaching the No.1 spot on both the Billboard Country Airplay and Mediabase charts.
Of his achievement, the star said: "I’m very blessed, I’m very humbled and I’m very thankful.”
The new track is the follow-up to 'Graffiti U’s' ‘Never Comin’ Down’.
The latest preview of his upcoming album 'Desperate Man' becomes his 14th top ten digital hit.
'Mr. Misunderstood' himself returns with first taste of upcoming sixth studio set.
Watch the new Peter Zavadil-directed video for 'Adiós,' the Jimmy Webb-penned title track from the much-admired final album by Glen Campbell.