Yesterday morning, Hailey Whitters performed her debut single "Everything She Ain't" on the TODAY Show stage! If you missed it, watch below:
Scrolling through Instagram and I stopped on a video Katelyn Brown posted. She was giving a tour of the bus she, Kane Brown, and their daughters call home when he is touring. I could not stop watching, their bus is gorgeous! I mean, if you're going to be out on the road it should feel like home and this tour bus definitely has all the ammenities! Take a look:
Jimmie Allen has released his next single to radio! The follow up to his #1 single "Down Home" is called "Be ALright", also from his latest album Tulip Drive. It's a song that reassures things will be alright, even if it doesn't seem like it at the time.
Kane Brown just earned another #1 single with "Thank God", his duets with wife Katelyn, which also earned her her first #1! Kane's follow up is "Bury Me In Georgia", co-written by Kane, Josh Hoge, Matthew McGinn, and Jordan Schmid. The song is the first track off of his latest album Different Man.
Dustin Lynch stopped by the TODAY Show to talk about his latest album 'Blue In The Sky' and made the TV debut of his latest single "Stars Like Confetti". If you missed it, take a watch below:
Dierks Bentley is making the TV rounds with the release of his new album Gravel & Gold and on Tuesday, he made a stop at the TODAY Show to sing a couple new songs from the album and one of his classic tunes!
If you missed it, there were a couple country appearances on TV last night. Dierks Bentley, celebrating the release of his new album Gravel & Gold, made an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to sing "Sun Sets In Colorado":
Blake Shelton stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! to talk about many things, including his last season on The Voice:
Ashley McBryde has released a new single to radio today! “Light On In The Kitchen” conjures up images of those late nights spent at the kitchen table with a trusted confidant, the one person in the world with which you can unapologetically be yourself, all while they give you a little motherly advice. The new song was written by Ashley with Connie Harrington and Jessi Alexander, and it celebrates the warm glow shared across homes around the world, a symbol of affection signaling that someone may be missing tonight, but thoughts of them are present.
"When I tell someone there’s a ‘Light On In The Kitchen’ for them, to me it means you’re thinking of them, even if they’re not coming home that night,” shares Ashley in a press release. “While writing this, we were all able to look back and remember the women in our lives who comforted us, gave us advice and made sure we knew we had a place to go. Writing this song showed me how necessary that simple comfort had been."
Ashley will appear on “The Jennifer Hudson Show” on March 1 to discuss “Light On In The Kitchen” and recent GRAMMY Award win for Best Country Duo/Group Performance for her No. 1 duet “Never Wanted To Be That Girl” with Carly Pearce. She will also be making a stop at Blossom Music Center on Saturday, 24th opening for Eric Church, click here for more details and to purchase tickets!
Bailey Zimmerman made an appearance last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live singing his current single "Rock and a Hard Place" as well as "Fixin' To Break". Watch both performances below:
Late night TV hosted two country artists last night! Jordan Davis made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live ahead of the release of his new album Bluebird Days that will be available tonight at midnight. Nate Smith was the musical guest on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and sang his #1 debut single "Whiskey On You", which of course he will be singing at our SOLD OUT charity concert at the Dusty Armadillo on March, 23rd! (THANK YOU!!)
Tonight, you can set your DVR for CMT Storytellers, Kelsea Ballerini will be the first female to headline! She says, “Songwriting is my therapy, my haven, my best friend, and my exhale. It’s the purest part of what I do, and I am grateful to join a lineup of storytellers I’ve learned from as I tell mine.”