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Rapid Fire Round: Jade Eagleson

Jade Eagleson has the kind of traditional sound that is the heart and soul of country music. Even at only 24-years-old, he has a unique ability to take you back in time to the glory days of Johnny Cash, George Jones and Randy Travis.  Jade was raised on his grandparents’ farm in Ontario, Canada, where…

Rapid Fire Round: Jordan Rager

Jordan Rager is the quintessential millennial artist. Keenly aware of how to reach an audience, Jordan expertly marries today’s technology to traditional country music. The singer/songwriter spent his teens self-recording videos and performing classic cover songs, which he shared on YouTube. These videos caught the attention of Justin Moore, and before the age of 19,…

Burn the Ground – Olivia Bandy

Olivia Bandy returns to the Belmont Sessions with an emotional new anthem, “Burn the Ground”. Bandy recently performed “Burn the Ground” at the first annual open mic and songwriter’s festival at SoulShine Waverly in Waverly, Tennessee. Owned by Tayla Lynn and her family friends the Sims, SoulShine Waverly is a local venue dedicated to showcasing…

In the Studio with Stella Parton

Stella Parton marches to the beat of her own drum. With forty successful studio albums under her belt, that beat is working well for her. A woman of her own making; Parton doesn’t follow a predetermined set of rules for her outlook on life, her attitude, her fashion, or her music. Rather, Parton makes the…

Rapid Fire Round: Tyra Madison

Tyra Madison is no stranger to the stage. She began her singing career at the tender age of four, where she would attend the local “Pickin’ and Grinnin’ with her papaw. This time spent with bluegrass musicians, including her papaw and uncle, really shaped Tyra’s love for music. After winning her school talent show in…

Tomato Tuesdays: Jenny Lou Carson

“If you want to make ratings in country radio, take females out. Trust me, I play great female records and we’ve got some right now; they’re just not the lettuce in our salad,” Hill said. “The lettuce is Luke Bryan and Blake Shelton, Keith Urban and artists like that. The tomatoes of our salad are…

Concert Review: The Wild Feathers

The Wild Feathers kicked off their 2019 Neon Frontier tour on the Texas Lottery Plaza at Toyota Music Factory in Irving, Texas on Thursday, April 11. With singer/songwriter Lauren Jenkins as their opener, the group showed their inaugural audience a great time. Lauren Jenkins, a promising up and comer in the country music industry, gave…

Dear John: We All Come Together for John Berry

The Country Music community is rallying in support of fellow Grammy winning artist, John Berry, who is currently undergoing chemotherapy and radiation treatments for throat cancer discovered this past January. A concert and silent auction will take place at City Winery Nashville in partnership with Music Health Alliance on Tuesday, April 23rd, 2019, to benefit…

SARA EVANS’S THE BARKER FAMILY BAND EP AVAILABLE NOW

Nashville, TN — April 12, 2019 — Multi-platinum entertainer Sara Evans’s side-project, The Barker Family Band, with daughter Olivia Barker (16) and son Avery Barker (19), releases today via all digital partners at saraevans.co/TheBarkerFamilyBand. The 6-song EP offers a snapshot of this moment in time for the family and showcases mesmerizing harmonies on original songs and covers including Beyonce’s “XO,” – spinning on Radio…

Single Premiere: Yonder My Love by Forrest Van Tuyl

Recently featured as a performer at the 2019 National Cowboy Poetry Gathering in Elko, Nevada, alongside folks like Ian Tyson and Colter Wall, Forrest Van Tuyl has just completed his new western music project, An American Forrest. “When Forrest isn’t touring in support of his music, he works as a cowboy in a pack outfit…

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