John Anderson will bring his "Seminole Wind" and other hits to Nashville's Ryman Auditorium on May 21. Tickets go on sale Friday, March 24 at 10 a.m. CT on the Ryman's website.
Larry Fleet has added eight additional stops to his headlining Larry Fleet Live tour this summer. The multi-city trek will wrap on August 10 in Cheyenne, Wyoming. For a full list of dates and to get tickets, visit Larry's website.
The War and Treaty shared on Twitter that they'll appear on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on March 27. The up-and-coming duo released their Mercury Nashville/UMG debut album, Lover's Game, on March 10.
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Remember when Thomas Rhett released Country Again: Side A in April 2021 and promised a companion album, Country Again: Side B?
Well, plans shifted, live concerts became a thing again and Thomas started gravitating toward crafting uptempo and live show-ready songs. That's why fans received his latest record, Where We Started, instead of a Side A follow-up.
But that doesn't mean Thomas has forgotten about his traditional-leaning project. It's still in the works, and he's planning to release it.
"'Anything Cold' was written for live. 'Bring the Bar to You' was written for live. 'Half of Me' was written for live. 'Paradise' was written for a live show. 'Somebody Like Me' was written for live" Thomas shares, as he name-drops several tracks from 2022's Where We Started.
"I would say half was written for the live show, and I would say the ones that are a little more Side A-ish were probably supposed to be a part of Side B," he adds. "And so, I hope we get to get on the road this year and really finish out Side B the way that I want it to sound, and hopefully put that record out.”
Thomas is currently climbing up the country charts with his single, "Angels (Don't Always Have Wings)."
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The Brothers Osborne twins are here! John Osborne and his wife, singer/songwriter Lucie Silvas, welcomed their first children -- a boy and a girl -- early Tuesday morning.
"Welcome to this crazy world, Arthur and Maybelle," John posted on Instagram later in the day Tuesday. "It’s going to be a wild one. @luciesilvas - You’re a damn boss."
Arthur arrived at 1:43 a.m., weighing 3 pounds 13 ounces and measuring 15 1/2 inches long, while Maybelle made her entrance a minute later, checking in at 5 pounds 1 ounce and 18 inches.
"We did it y'all," John added. "@luciesilvas is a damn warrior princess." Around the time of the kids' birth, John posted a photo of himself in a mask and scrubs, saying "It's go time."
John and Lucie first revealed their pregnancy last November on the day of the CMA Awards, where Brothers Osborne once again took home the Vocal Duo trophy.
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It's Women's History Month, and Kane Brown is celebrating it by sharing a bit about a global country superstar who's impacted his life.
"I feel like I say this every time, but I’m going to have to go with Shania Twain again," Kane tells the press when asked about the ladies who have influenced him.
"My mom was a huge fan of hers, so I’ve grown up listening to all her music and I actually met her one time and I talked about doing a song with her," he recalls. "So, it’d be cool if we got to do it. But yeah, she influenced me the most as a female."
Of course, Kane's also influenced by the women in his family, particularly his "Thank God" duet partner and wife Katelyn Brown and their daughter, Kingsley.
"Another woman that’s had a huge impact on my life, well there’s two, my wife Katelyn and my beautiful little baby girl, Kingsley," Kane says.
Kane is currently touring the country with Dustin Lynch, Gabby Barrett and LoCash on his Drunk or Dreaming Tour. His latest album is 2022's Different Man, which features the number one hits "Thank God," "Like I Love Country Music" and "One Mississippi," as well as his next single, "Bury Me in Georgia."
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"5 Foot 9" hitmaker Tyler Hubbard and rapper/singer Lecrae have been announced as additional performers for Breland's upcoming Breland & Friends concert.
"Gonna be a fun night with some good friends. Hope to see y’all there," Tyler tweets.
Happening on April 4, the event will be held at the historic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, with proceeds supporting Nashville's Oasis Center and its mission to help local at-risk youth.
Alana Springsteen, Ashley Cooke, Danielle Bradbery, Gary Levox, Ingrid Andress, K. Michelle, Nate Smith, Temecula Road, Tenille Townes, and X Ambassadors will also perform alongside Breland, Tyler and Lecrae.
To purchase in-person tickets, visit AXS's website. Fans around the world can also purchase livestream tickets via Mandolin's website to watch this one-night-only event.
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Darius Rucker has unveiled the performance lineup for this year's Riverfront Revival Music Festival.
Returning for a second year, the two-day festival will take place on Saturday, October 7 and Sunday, October 8 at North Charleston, South Carolina’s Riverfront Park.
Artists set to perform include Darius, Lainey Wilson, Niko Moon, Megan Moroney, Elvie Shane, Carter Faith and Haley Mae Campbell.
A percentage of each ticket's sales will be donated to the Arts in Healing program at the Medical University of South Carolina.
Presale tickets are available now starting at $170 for general admission and $525 for VIP. General sales will begin on Friday, March 24.
To purchase tickets and for more information, visit RiverfrontRevival.com.
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Avery Anna, Chapel Hart, Jackson Dean, Lily Rose, Megan Moroney and Nate Smith are set to perform on the Ram Trucks Side Stage at the 2023 CMT Music Awards.
A longtime staple stage for up-and-comers at the CMT Music Awards, past performers include Dan + Shay, Jimmie Allen, Maren Morris, Parker McCollum and Thomas Rhett.
Blake Shelton, Carrie Underwood, Carly Pearce, Cody Johnson, Keith Urban, Lainey Wilson and co-hosts Kelsea Ballerini and Kane Brown, as well as Kane's wife, Katelyn Brown, are slated to perform on the show as well.
The 2023 CMT Music Awards airs live on CBS on April 2 at 8 p.m. ET. Livestreaming and on-demand streaming options will also be available via Paramount+.
To view the full list of nominations, visit the 2023 CMT Music Awards' website.
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Party of four now loading! Luke Combs and his wife Nicole are expecting their second child.
The couple, who are already parents to 9-month-old son Tex, announced the baby news in a joint post on Instagram Monday night. Alongside a slideshow of photos of the family, with Tex wearing a shirt that read "big brother" on the back.
"Joining the 2 under 2 club! Baby boy #2 coming this September!!" they captioned the post.
The post was set to Luke's song "Take Me With You," which is scheduled to be released Friday, March 24.
Nicole also shared the post to her Instagram Stories and wrote, "What a surprise."
The country star, 33, and Nicole, tied the knot in August 2020 after getting engaged in 2018. They welcomed their first child last year on June 19, which was also Father's Day.
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Earlier this year, Carly Pearce won her first Grammy award for Best Country Duo/Group Performance for her duet with Ashley McBryde, "Never Wanted to Be That Girl." Though the trophy has yet to arrive at her doorstep, Carly already knows exactly where she's going to put it — and it's somewhere of sentimental value.
"I have like an area now that has all of my awards," says Carly, who has also won several CMA, CMT and ACM awards. "And my grandma, when she was little, used to sit around this really old radio from the '40s that my great-grandfather always listened to. And he loved country music and listened to WSM all the time."
"And my parents, for my induction into the Grand Ole Opry, they had it refurbished, the radio," she adds. "So it’s in my house now, and I think that the Grammy is gonna sit right on top of the radio.”
Carly's single "What He Didn't Do" is currently number three and ascending the country charts. The singer is also nominated for two CMT Music Awards: Female Video of the Year for "What He Didn’t Do," and CMT Performance of the Year with LeAnn Rimes and Ashley McBryde for their "One Way Ticket" performance on CMT Crossroads: LeAnn Rimes & Friends.
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