Few country acts have had as much impact on a generation of females as the Dixie Chicks, so it's only fitting that the award-winning country trio were the subject of a group cover at a recent Song Suffragettes performance in Nashville.
Before he got his break as a solo artist, Craig Campbell toured as part of Luke Bryan's band as his piano player, and while he was on the road, he took the opportunity to mine the singer's experience for any gems of wisdom for an up-and-comer.
Justin Moore's "You Look Like I Need a Drink" lyrics bring a fun, witty vibe to country radio, married to a classic piece of subject matter. Yet the cut that's currently burning up country radio is actually quite different from the song as it was originally written and demoed.
Thomas Rhett fans attending his show on Friday (April 15) at Wild Bills in Atlanta, Ga., got a very special treat. During his set, Rhett introduced his father, famed songwriter Rhett Akins, to the audience.
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