Country singer Ashley McBryde has announced the postponement of September 25 & 26 shows in Portland and Seattle. The news comes on the heels of a social media post dated September 22 which shared that McBryde, while “enjoying her time in the beautiful state of Montana […] had an accident while riding a horse.” The... Read more »
This week, CMT’s Weekly Roundup of new hits features two timeless icons, a hopeful icon, and a few exciting pop-country hits. Click here to take a listen to the following tunes. Embedded from www.youtube.com. Randy Travis – Ain’t No Use Thirty-five years after its release, Randy Travis’ debut album Storms of Life has been re-released.... Read more »
You never get a second hit to make a first impression. But, of course, that’s not how the old saying goes. However, in regards to 21-year-old country singer Gabby Barrett’s single “I Hope,” its 27-month run of success since its July 2019 debut proves the power of a hit — and an artist — to... Read more »
Embedded from www.youtube.com. Chris Janson’s friend Brandon losing his mom earlier in 2021 and not being able to travel to the funeral in Texas inspired country vocalist Chris Janson’s single, “Bye Mom.” Continuing in regards to its video, the Perryville, MO-born artist adds, “This shoot gave him a weird way of healing after loss. [Brandon]... Read more »
Embedded from www.youtube.com. Alan Jackson passionately invokes the legacy of country icons Johnny Cash, Patsy Cline, Merle Haggard, George Jones, Hank Williams and Tammy Wynette in his latest video for “Where Have You Gone.” The black and white Peter Zavadil-directed clip was filmed at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium. Jackson is seen alone on the stage... Read more »
The artist with a personal connection to his creations will soon have his work featured in an exhibition celebrating Mexican culture at the California Museum.
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Here are the retail pharmacies that have begun offering booster shots of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine to eligible Americans.
Although booster shots are now available to eligible Americans, more than 70 million people have not yet received their initial dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.