Randy Travis has spent the last eight years recording gospel music but now he's back with his first all-new country album. "Around The Bend" features 11 strong songs, great melodies and Randy Travis' trademark baritone voice. The question is; should radio play it, ev
Perhaps the third time will be the charm. James Stroud announced the opening of Stroudavarious Records. The first artist to be signed by the label is Darryl Worley, who was with Stroud at the old DreamWorks Nashville label.
After Billy Ray Cyrus scored a big hit with his "Ready, Set, Don't Go" duet with daughter, it was inevitable that the strong-voiced Cyrus would return with another single. The question seems to be, though, is it a hit?
With not one artist singing lead vocals on each track, One Flew South are a truly different band in Country music. They sing all of their songs together in true, harmonic fashion. In a Roughstock exclusive, the trio discusses their career and how they met among many other intere
Billboard's radio airplay chart is practically known as the 'gospel' for music city. The problem with the power the chart has is held in the fact that it doesn't take into account many of the middle to small market stations in the country. Why?
After being an industry dominated by large companies, the tide seems to be turning back to independent artists and record companies. With solid song selection and strong production, Charlie Allen looks as if he's an artist who's ready to be a condender.&nbs
Albums featuring nothing but traditional country music seem to be nonexistant nowadays but that doesn't mean you can't find them if you look hard enough. Spring Branch, Texas' Jeff Griffith is a strong vocalist who has taken a step out of the honky t
James Otto has a big voice to match his larger-than-life stature. After the success of "Just Got Started Loving You" it would have been easy for his label to release the 'stereotypical' summertime radio single. Fortunately for us, the label didn't do that and instead released "For You."