Guyton’s highly anticipated new album, ‘Remember Her Name,’ is out tomorrow (September 24).
The Nashville singer has released a cover of the classic ‘O Holy Night’ as part of Apple Music’s exclusive Carols Covered holiday series.
The Grammy nominee performed the song for the documentary ‘Stuntwomen: The Untold Hollywood Story.’
The virtual New Year’s Day broadcast will also feature music from Mickey Guyton, Lady A, and Rascal Flatts.
The show will air on November 18, honoring veterans and their families across the US.
The show featured performances by such stars as Shania Twain, Luke Combs, Maren Morris, Luke Bryan, and Mickey Guyton.
The heartfelt anthem comes off the rising country star’s acclaimed new EP, ‘Bridges.’
The EP includes the previously released 'What Are You Gonna Tell Her?,' 'Black Like Me and current single 'Heaven Down Here.'
The track is a new original composition by prolific hit writer and Academy Award nominee Diane Warren.
Taking place in Nashville for the very first time, the 55th annual ACM Awards air on September 16.
The acclaimed country artist’s third EP is set for a September 11 release.
“It is a song asking God to spare a little love for this world in need," says Guyton.
“If you think we live in the land of the free, you should try to be black like me," sings Guyton.
The track was produced by Forest Glen Whitehead, known for his work with Kelsea Ballerini and other country notables.
A clip released from the new PBS documentary, Patsy Cline: American Masters reveals Patsy’s life as an ambitious teenager with a willful attitude to match.
Narrated by Rosanne Cash, Patsy Cline: American Masters examines the roots of her cultural impact and how she arrived at a pivotal moment in music history.