"Fuzzy" is the newest single from MCA Nashville's Randy Rogers Band. A successful touring act and regional radio stars in the Southwest, the band's new music video "Fuzzy" portrays the events that happen in the song which may have been inspired by The Hangover. Take a look at the "Fuzzy" video here.
We're delighted to bring y'all this exiting new Roots/Country artist's music video for "Key To My Heart." If you're a fan of The Civil Wars, Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell and others, you should certainly check David & Olvia out.
Chris Stapleton is one of the most gifted singer/songwriters in Nashville and after a time fronting Grammy-nominated roots music band The SteelDrivers, Stapleton returned to Nashville and focused on his brand of Soul-stirring songwriting and soon had UMG Nashville offering a record deal. Take a look at his performance of his upcoming single here.
Blessed with a powerful voice that's able to fit comfortably within Country radio, Cassadee Pope has just released the studio version of this single to Country radio. Take a look here at the Season 3 winner of NBC's "The Voice" program perform the track at The Bing Lounge.
With this performance on American Idol, Keith Urban debuted to a national worldwide audience the first single from his upcoming album for Hit Red/Capitol Nashville. Working with a new production and mixing team, "A Little Bit of Everything" is a groove-oriented mid-tempo track. Take a look at the live performance here.
Take a look at the lyric video for HitStop Records newcomer Weston Burt's debut single "Lucky Sometimes" here.
Recorded back in 2010, Blackberry Smoke recorded Yesterday's Wine with Jamey Johnson and George Jones for their first nationally distributed album Little Bit of Dixie. Now signed to Zac Brown's Southern Ground Artists, the group's work here still remains amongst their best work.
The second single from the #1 debuting Golden, "Goodbye Town" is a track that recalls their biggest hits like "Need You Now" and "I Run To You."
Take a look at this official music video from James House. It's for his lone Top 10 hit "This Is Me Missing You." We hope you enjoy the track from 1995!
Here's your chance to take a look at the brand new music video from Florida Georgia Line and Nelly for the remix of "Cruise."