Kalie Shorr Reveals Her “Escape” in This Poignant Video

by CMT.com Staff 2h ago Rather than looking back on her youth through rose-colored glasses, Kalie Shorr relied on home movies and her most challenging memories to share her life story in her new video, “Escape.” Shorr will resume her Too Much to Say Tour next week in Los Angeles, promoting her latest album, Open […]

How the Lindale Chorale Scored the Miranda Lambert Gig

by Alison Bonaguro 2h ago In an era when so many schools are forced to cut fine arts out of their curriculum, it’s worthy of celebration when you find a school that has found a way to keep making music. Especially when that music is good enough for Miranda Lambert. So on Monday, when I […]

Maren Morris Rattles “The Bones” at Chart Summit

by Edward Morris 1h ago Boy, have we got news for you! Just kidding. There’s more news from the Fab Four on Mount Rushmore than there is on this week’s Billboard country charts. Well, there is one headline exception, and it’s this: MAREN MORRIS SCORES HER THIRD NO. 1 SOLO SINGLE WITH “THE BONES.” Embedded […]

Tenille Townes Sings “Stupid Boy” From a New Angle

by CMT.com Staff 1h ago Tenille Townes is putting her own stamp on “Stupid Boy,” the Keith Urban hit from 2006 that ultimately earned him a Grammy. Instead of merely being referred to, the wild and innocent woman is revealed as the one telling the story, via Townes’ powerful vocal. An award-winning country star in […]

Johnny McGuire Makes Solo Radio Debut with “I Can’t Even” | Country Music News Blog

Former member of Walker McGuire officially signs with BBR Music Group’s Wheelhouse Records Pictured L-R (Back Row): Colton McGee, JoJamie Hahr, Kendra Whitehead, Jennifer Shaffer, Jon Loba, Mickey Jack Cones, Renee Leymon, Brittany Pellegrino, Cait Gordon, Matt Holmberg, Chris Poole, (Front Row): Sara Knabe, Ken Tucker, Johnny McGuire, Carson James Photo Credit: Cody Heckber NASHVILLE, […]

The Lone Bellow’s New Album, Half Moon Light, Out Now! | Country Music News Blog

The Lone Bellow’s new album HALF MOON LIGHT is out today. Produced by The National’s Aaron Dessner, HALF MOON LIGHT is the band’s fourth studio album and first new one since 2017. HALF MOON LIGHT is an artistic triumph worked toward for years, earned not by individual posturing, but by collective determination and natural growth. […]

All the Influences at All for the Hall

by Alison Bonaguro 2h ago Back in 2009, Keith Urban had an epiphany of sorts. If he threw a concert and invited everyone he knew, he knew he could do some good. So on October 13, 2009, he took the stage at Nashville’s Sommet Center with an all-star guest list and 14,000 fans. And he […]

Midland Bring Back “Cheatin’ Songs” to the Palomino Club

by Craig Shelburne 4h ago For their new video, “Cheatin’ Songs,” Midland revived one of the most iconic music venues in Los Angeles — The Palomino Club, a fabled spot that closed in 1995 after decades of prominence in the West Coast country and rock communities. Through the magic of film and the sweat of […]

Miranda Lambert Goes Back to School to Recruit Background Singers

by Alison Bonaguro 1h ago Being able to hang out backstage with Miranda Lambert is one thing. But being able to sing with her backstage? Quite another. And then being able to sing with her onstage in front of an arena-sized crowd in Dallas? Even better. Also big thanks to the @LindaleHS Choir for joining […]

See Brett Young’s Pop-Up Video for “Catch”http://www.cmt.com/” CMT

by Craig Shelburne 58m ago Brett Young is taking a swing at telling his own story in the captivating music video for “Catch,” filmed on location in Oxford, Mississippi. Young played baseball for the Ole Miss Rebels before transferring to a California college, where an elbow injury ended his pitching career but ultimately guided him […]