Two weeks ago today, country music’s queen in the making Kelsea Ballerini released her second studio album, Unapologetically, and the obsession is oh so real.
This Friday, Chase Rice’s new album Lambs & Lions is set for release. The album is his first with his new record label, Broken Bow records.
Tonight is The 51st Annual CMA Awards where all of our favorite artists gather to celebrate the genre they love and each other’s contribution to country music. There will be incredible performances, well deserved winners, and of course a hilarious monologue from our favorite hosts: Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood. (Who will be hosting the show for the 10th time this year!)
New England takes their Fall very seriously. We love our pumpkin spice everything, our Sundays are spent watching Tom Brady & The Patriots kick ass and we are professional apple and pumpkin pickers.
Last night, country music singer and songwriter Chris Young received one of the highest honors in his genre by becoming a member of the Grand Ole Opry.
Move over Red Sox fans, it’s time for country fans to take over Lansdowne.
At first look Boston definitely does not radiate any kind of southern charm. Its tall, glass paneled buildings and traffic filled streets isn’t anything you’d find in the country side, but that doesn’t stop Boston from bringing country to the city.
Turning 24 today, the “Legends” singer is already becoming quite the legend herself. In honor of her special day and upcoming album, here are three times Kelsea Ballerini was a total legend.
Thomas Rhett fans have been patiently waiting for new music since his last album release, Tangled Up, in 2015. The Georgia born singer has kept us all at bay with single releases from the new album like “Craving You” featuring Maren Morris and “Unforgettable”.
Kenny Chesney’s roots may lie in Tennessee, but his heart belongs to New England.