Lewis Brice Celebrates Family in New ‘Blessed’ Video: Premiere

Chase Lauer for Pump House Music Lewis Brice As Lewis Brice reflects on family life in his stirring new single “Blessed,” it’s only fitting that the Nashville transplant returned home to South Carolina to shoot the music video. The three-minute clip, which premieres below, was filmed in the same location where Brice starred in the video for older brother Lee’s “I Drive Your Truck,” the Academy of Country Music Awards’ 2014 song of the year. The video for “Blessed” features the younger brother sifting through family photo albums and later belting... Read The Rest →

Honey County Pay Tribute to Route 91, Borderline Bar Victims in ‘Country Strong’ Video: Exclusive Premiere

Guerin Blask Honey County Honey County hope to bring healing to those in need with their new single “Country Strong.” The independent country trio, made up of Dani Rose, Devon Jane and Katie Stump, penned the uplifting tune with Kalie Shorr. The feel-good pop-country track urges listeners to be strong in the face of adversity. With stunning three-part harmonies, inspiring lyrics and soaring guitar parts, the anthem strikes a chord. “Everything’s gonna be all right/ Get back up,” they sing. The band enlisted the help of the country community to submit... Read The Rest →

Read: Brian Head Welch Talks ‘Loud Krazy Love’ Onboard ShipRocked

From AXS: “ShipRocked set sail for its 10th anniversary last week and took along thousands of die-hard rock fans from the Port of Galveston to the coast of Mexico. One of the highlights of the 2019 cruise was having Brian “Head” Welch, Korn guitarist, onboard to play with The Stowaways and preview a movie screening of his new film Loud Krazy Love.  The movie chronicles the rise of Korn and Welch’s decision to leave the band at the height of their success in 2005 to take care of his daughter Jennea Marie.... Read The Rest →

Country Road Management & Digitally Sound Launch Country Road Records

FIRST OF MANY UPCOMING ALBUMS ‘COUNTRY’S FAMILY REUNION’ PRESENTS: HOME FOR CHRISTMAS AVAILABLE NOVEMBER 23 NASHVILLE, Tenn. (November 20, 2018) – Country Road Management (CRM), the company behind the newest online/OTT, on-demand country lifestyles network, CountryRoadTV.com, (CRTV), and Digitally Sound (the recorded music division of Nashville’s Straight 8 Entertainment), are pleased to announce their partnership in the launch of Country Road Records… READ MORE HERE

Finnegan Bell Featured on New Tyler Boone Single “Moving On”

Digitally Sound artists Finnegan Bell will be featured on the lead single from Tyler Boone’s upcoming EP, “Moving On”. Produced and engineered by Eric Rickert at Ocean Industries Studios in Charleston, SC, “Moving On” will be available at all digital retailers via Coast Records on September 7th, 2018.

Rewind: Jibe Kicks it Old-school with a Perfectly Crafted Set at The Curtain Club

After a busy summer that included releasing their first record in fifteen years in June and then celebrating its release a month later with a monumental show that is still vivid in the minds’ of fans, Jibe is looking to keep the momentum going. Now a little more than two years after reuniting, the Dallas-based band is fully ushering in a new era, one that was furthered by the official worldwide release of Epic Tales of Human Nature (out via Sixtyfouronthefloor / Kobalt), now available not just from the band’s... Read The Rest →

JIBE, ‘Release’ – Exclusive Video Premiere

Welcome back JIBE! The Dallas rockers have returned after an 11-year absence and they’re ramping up to the release of the new album Epic Tales of Human Nature, due Oct. 6. Before the disc drops, JIBE are teaming up with Loudwire to bring you the exclusive premiere of their video for “Release.” The song has a darker “bad man” groove to it, delivering a gritty rocker accentuated by singer Joe Grah’s powerful vocals. The band refers to the video as a “concert film,” giving a good representation of how JIBE rocks in 2017.... Read The Rest →

Seven Questions with Aerosmith’s Brad Whitford

Guitarist Brad Whitford—of Aerosmith and Whitford/St. Holmes fame—recently sat down for the “seven questions” treatment. It went a little something like this. What influenced you to pick up a guitar? Like many, many players from my generation, I would have to lay it all on the British Invasion—the Beatles, the Stones, everything in the early Sixties. It just caught my ear, my soul, everything. I was just so drawn to it. Yeah… There was no escaping that. What was your first guitar that you owned? My very first guitar was a Japanese... Read The Rest →

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