The Country Music Hall of Fame will introduce a new exhibit later this month. Keith Urban So Far is set to be open November 20th.
The exhibit will focus on this four-time Grammy winner’s drive and exceptional talent. He possesses an historic streak of 34 Top Ten songs and is the only male country artist to debut simultaneously atop the all-genre album charts in the U.S., Canada and Australia. Making this exhibit a must see this fall!
Jason Aldean has delivered another hit song “Gonna Know We Were Here” about a couple of adrenaline junkies and their wild night together. Aldean has been on a hot streak lately with only one of five singles not reaching the top 5 in the charts over the last decade. This is another hit that does not disappoint. “Gonna Know We Were Here” is a great country rock song that will surely get you in the mood for a party!
Clint black’s “Time for That” is a great reminder that we all need to slow down and remember what is important to us. Black’s music video takes to the street incorporating everyday people in this lyric video.
Country music making a splash at the Apollo Theater as Kacey Musgraves headlined Saturday ‘s show. Kacey sang in front of a sold out crowd at the Apollo saying, “Honored to be the first country headliner at the – sold out – iconic Apollo. Gonna sparkle extra hard in NYC tonight” on her twitter before the show.
After the release of Carrie Underwood’s newest album “Storyteller” Underwood dropped some Major news. Carrie released the schedule for her upcoming tour that is set to kick off on January 30th. Carrie said the shows will feature a round stage, so that she will feel like everyone is a part of the show.
Jan. 30: Jacksonville, Florida (Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena)
March 11: Glasgow, Scotland (Country to Country Festival/Clyde Auditorium)
March 12: London, England (Country to Country Festival/O2 Arena)
March 13: Dublin, Ireland (Country to Country Festival/3 Arena)
March 17: Youngstown, Ohio (Covelli Centre)
March 19: Allentown, Pennsylvania (PPL Center)
March 22: Auburn Hills, Michigan (The Palace of Auburn Hills)
March 24: St. Louis, Missouri (Chaifetz Arena)
March 26: Lincoln, Nebraska (Pinnacle Bank Arena)
March 29: Colorado Springs, Colorado (Broadmoor World Arena)
March 30: Denver, Colorado (Pepsi Center)
April 1: Las Vegas, Nevada (ACM Party for a Cause Festival)
April 5: Fresno, California (Save Mart Center)
April 8: Reno, Nevada (Reno Events Center)
April 10: Oakland, California (Oracle Arena)
April 12: Stockton, California (Stockton Arena)
April 14: Phoenix, Arizona (Talking Stick Resort Arena)
April 16: Las Cruces, New Mexico (Pan American Center)
April 18: San Antonio, Texas (AT&T Center)
April 19: Houston, Texas (Toyota Center)
April 22: Bossier City, Louisiana (CenturyLink Center)
April 24: Lafayette, Louisiana (Cajundome)
April 27: Tulsa, Oklahoma (BOK Center)
April 28: N. Little Rock, Arkansas (Verizon Arena)
April 30: Indio, California (Stagecoach Festival)
May 3: Madison, Wisconsin (Kohl Center)
May 5: Green Bay, Wisconsin (Resch Center)
May 7: Grand Forks, North Dakota (Ralph Engelstad Arena)
May 10: Casper, Wyoming (Casper Events Center)
May 12: Billings, Montana (Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark)
May 15: Kansas City, Missouri (Sprint Center)
May 17: Rosemont, Illinois (Allstate Arena)
May 18: Cleveland, Ohio (Quicken Loans Arena)
May 24: Buffalo, New York (First Niagara Center)
May 27: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (Canadian Tire Centre)
May 28: Toronto, Ontario, Canada (Air Canada Centre)
May 30: London, Ontario, Canada (Budweiser Gardens)
Chris Janson made a splash this summer with his hit “Buy me a Boat” which gave every country lover a song to tap their foot to in-between trips out to the lake. In honor of Janson’s upcoming debut album (releasing Oct. 30th) we wanted to take a trip back to those summer nights when you too were wishing to be out on the lake.
Brett Eldredge and Thomas Rhett are headed on tour! Kicking off the Suits and Boots tour in New York City Thursday October 29 and making 17 stops before it comes to a close in Chicago on December 11th.
October 29 – New York City @ Terminal 5
October 30 – Salisbury, MD @ Wicomico Youth & Civic Center
October 31 – Salem, VA @ Salem Civic Center
November 6 – Bangor, ME @ Cross Insurance Center
November 7 – Hampton Beach, NH @ Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom
November 8 – Kingston, RI @ Ryan Center
November 12 – Dodge City, KS @ United Wireless Arena
November 13 – Kearney, NE @ Viaero Events Center
November 14 – Sioux City, IA @ Tyson Events Center
November 19 – Pikeville, KY @ East Kentucky Exposition Center
November 21 – Independence, MO @ Independence Events Center
December 3 – Youngstown, OH @ Covelli Centre
December 4 – Fairfax, VA @ EagleBank Arena
December 5 – Bethlehem, PA @ Sands Casino
December 9 – Kalamazoo, MI @ Wings Stadium
December 10 – Toledo, OH @ Huntington Center
December 11 – Chicago @ Rosemont Theatre
With the CMA Awards rapidly approaching hosts Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley give us a look at their blooper real. The CMA’s have been hosted by the duo for the last several years and are always prepared to give us a good entertaining night of laughter, entertainment, and most of all this year’s hottest country music stars! Tune in to ABC on November 4th to watch this all unfold.
Eric Church has a love for “The Weight” the song by The Band seen in his many covers of the song throughout his tours. Church’s love for the song was on display again when he and Warren Haynes sang the song at recent live show. You could see the excitement on Church’s face as Haynes came onto stage which then poured over onto the crowd. We will have to see if Church brings this back as he and Hank Williams Jr. kick off the 49th CMA awards.