Newcomer Jessta James is set to release his debut album Time To Get Right soon. The singer/southern rapper has partnered with Roughstock to give fans a free preview track from the album which comes out late next month. The track is called "Bow Chicka."
Kellie Pickler was once again aces last night as she and dancing partner Derek Hough were all fireworks after performing the Foxtrot last night. Read on here to see the recap of the program from our in-house DWTS expert Ben Foster!
Country Chart News - The Top 30 Digital Singles: The Week of February 6, 2012: Jason Aldean, Randy Houser, Little Big Town Score Gold Singles
The Roughstock Top 30 Digital Singles report is out and while there wasn't much movement this week on the chart - with no new singles debuting - we did get the arrival of Old Crow Medicine Show's "Wagon Wheel" and a metoric rise for a classic hit from Zac Brown Band! Read on for all the details!
Here's Georgia's Brantley Gilbert with the music video for the single from his national debut album Halfway To Heaven.
This song was the original lead single from Brantley's album whne it was released by Average Joes Entertainment in 2010 and now is being re-issued as a single by Brantley with The Valory Music Company, his label which has helped him score #1 hits with "Country Must Be Country Wide" and "You Don't Know Her Like I Do". Listen to "Kick It In The Sticks" here.
This track is from indie roots rock band Ingram Hill. The Memphis born band has made waves the last decade with their blend of rootsy influences with rock and pop sensibilities. In other words, it's just right for modern country music. Take a listen to this trakc which is taken from the trio's upcoming self-titled album.
Even the stars can get carried away while out with family and friends on Cinco de Mayo. Fortunately for Jake Owen, who was partying after performing at a nearby festival, the whole altercation in his hometown of Vero Beach, FL seems to be much ado about nothing. Read on to see Owen's apology.
Strong voiced, this talented duo has finally arrived with their debut single for A&M/Octone Records. The song, which feels like a marriage of 90s Terri Clark Girl power with 2000s Jennifer Nettles (Sugarland) sass, feels like a hit but we'll let you decide! Take a listen here!
Brooks & Dunn announced their 'break-up' as a duo in late 2009 and released a Number 1 Hits...And Then Some collection and now that collection is being re-issued as The Essential Brooks & Dunn Sony/Legacy Recordings this week. Read our review here.
Take a listen to a very emotional from Montgomery Gentry. "I'll Keep The Kids" is a track which chronicles Eddie Montgomery's feelings after his longterm marriage came to an end. It showcases a raw, real feeling that proves the power and depth that only country music can provide.