In this exclusive article, Bobby Peacock takes a look at the lone Top 10 hit from the trio's brief four year career, a career which brought three album releases and a Gold record for their self-titled Trick Pony album. Read on here to learn about the hit, the band, and where they are now.
The Country Music Association announced today that superstar Kenny Chesney will close out the 4 day CMA Music Festival with a set at LP Field Sunday night. The CMA Also included a rundown of all the events happening during the 4 day Festival in Downtown Nashville.
Known for her great stage performance, here is your chance to see Heidi in action thanks to our good friends at Y'allwire.
Watch a live performance of her new single.
Listen to the title track from Heidi Newfield's debut solo album here.
Here's a fun track off of Heidi Newfield's "What Am I Waiting For" CD.
With this single, the former Trick Pony frontwoman managed to successfully start-up her solo career. The song was a perfect choice for her as it showed off her whiskey-soaked vocals and interpretation ability.
It's that time of the week again, it's time for the Soundscan chart numbers. With 176,414 copies sold, Kenny Chesney's "Lucky Old Sun" Landed on top. While it was a great week for Kenny, John Michael Montgomery's return netted him the less-than stellar place of 172 with "Time Flies.
Heidi Newfield scored right out of the gate with her first Top 10 single in "Johnny & June." Now she returns with a hopeful single that actually works well 'for these times' that we're living in. Despite the timliness of the song, is there enough to make this one a second consecutive hit?
When Heidi Newfield recently hit the Top 10 with her debut single "Johnny & June," she became just the fourth female artist to get inside the Top 10 of country radio's hits. Just 10 years ago, 15 female artists had scored Top 10 hits. What does this mean for female country artists? Why is it happening?