Columbia NashvilleThis weekend, you’ll get the chance to know newcomer Maren Morris a little better. CBS News Sunday Morning will profile the “My Church” hitmaker, tracing her career from her beginnings in Texas through the gold-selling, top-ten success of her debut hit.Maren has just released her second single, “80’s Mercedes,” from her debut album. Hero recently emerged atop the Billboard Country Albums chart, while al
BMLGNot only is the lead single from Florida Georgia Line’s Dig Your Roots album already a top-five hit, Brian Kelley says it’s also been a game-changer for the duo on the road."'H.O.L.Y' is spiritual on tour. I don't know if we've had a song that's connected us to our fans that quick. It's amazing,” he says.Brian believes the song is also special because it hearkens back to the beginning when he and Tyler Hubbard first performed together.&ldq
ABC/Image Group LAThis Fourth of July, Chris Stapleton not only will play for members of the armed forces and their families at the most-populated military post in the country, he’ll also help send some of them to school. The Traveller sensation is teaming up with Budweiser to give up to a million dollars in educational support to the spouses and children of fallen and disabled soldiers.Chris will make the donation during his Independence Day show in North Carolina
Columbia NashvilleOn the heels of his top-five hits “Ready Set Roll” and “Gonna Wanna Tonight,” Chase Rice is back with new music from his forthcoming album -- the everyman anthem “Everybody We Know Does.”“These last few years have been a whirlwind,” the North Carolina native reflects. “I’ve lived a lot and had some incredible experiences and opportunities, but I’ve also been spending some time out at my farm, just unplu
ABC/Image Group LAWe already know that Tim McGraw shows up on one track on Florida Georgia Line’s new Dig Your Roots album-- and it looks like another superstar collaboration could be in the works, this time with '90s boy band sensation the Backstreet Boys.On Monday, Backstreet's Brian Littrell posted a photo of a mixing board and computer audio workstation on Instagram with the caption, "In the Lab......Doing something we've never done before..
Capitol NashvilleWhen it comes to number ones, Keith Urban officially comes of age this week, as his reminiscence about growing up, “Wasted Time,” becomes the 21st chart-topper of his career.The Aussie superstar says the song was born out of a conversation with Canadian-born Greg Wells and Atlanta, Georgia native J. Abrahart. Even though the three grew up worlds apart, they discovered their teenage experiences were very similar. “It was pretty much
Burke/Triolo Productions/Thinkstock Tim McGraw will follow up his number one “Humble and Kind” with the Damn Country Music track “How I’ll Always Be.”Last week’s concert featuring Cole Swindell, Billy Currington, Michael Ray, Maddie and Tae and more at Orlando’s CFE Arena raised more than $250,000 for the OneOrlando Fund, to help victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting.You should soon start hearing Darius Ruck
Capitol NashvilleJon Pardi’s California Sunrise is dawning at number one. The Golden State native’s sophomore album debuts at the top of Billboard’s Country Albums ranking this week, making it not only his first chart- topping album, but his first career number one as well.Jon’s debut album, Write You a Song, peaked at number 3 in 2014, with its single, “Up All Night,” making it to number 10 that same year. His current hit, “Head Over Boots,&rdqu