Have you ever just met someone and felt like you were instant friends? That's what meeting Joey+Rory felt like. In the first part of a two-part interview, we learn about the reasons behind trying out for the show "Can You Duet."
After experiencing mild success with "Crazy Days," Adam Gregory returns to the singles charts with an impressive new single that is the first song to be released under NSA/Midas Records' new partnership with Big Machine Records. Does the song have enough to stand out at country radio?
Roughstock recently had the opportunity to talk with newcomer Whitney Duncan. Topics discussed include how Whitney got her start in the music business, her writing career, her upcoming album and her tenure on Nashville Star.
Lee Ann scrapped a whole album's worth of material in favor of of the stuff on "Call Me Crazy." Did she make a wise decision or should we really call her crazy? The album artwork may point to the latter more than the former.
Casey Rivers first came to national attention as a contestant on the third season of Nashville Star. While he didn't win the show, Rivers kept working towards his career and now has self-released his eponymous debut.
"She Never Cried In Front Of Me," Toby Keith's first single from "That Don't Make Me A Bad Guy," recently hit #1; just as the album is about to drop. Toby's back at radio and video outlets with his second single from the album in the form of the uptempo rocker "God Love Her."
After their last single, "American Radio" failed to do much of anything on the charts, Equity Records trio Carolina Rain is back with an upbeat, pop-country single. It's a 'message song' but does the message get lost in the delivery?
With 3 successful singles under his belt, Jason Michael Carroll he debut single from his upcoming 2009 release. "Where I'M From" is another in a long line of 'from the country and I love it' songs. While His voice is good, is it enough for the song to rise past similar songs?