Interviews

Miranda Cosgrove Says Hello To Nashville

Normally, you probably wouldn’t expect to see the 18-and-under crowd at Nashville’s famed The Cannery Ballroom, but July 23 was not your normal night in Music City. A packed house of youngsters (and their parents) turned out for a special show to benefit those affected by the recent floods that have devastated the area, sponsored by rising radio powerhouse...
 

Charlie Daniels - Fifty Years and Counting

Charlie Daniels is arguably the most prolific fiddle player in the history of music. Well into a career that has spanned more than fifty years, the North Carolina native shows no signs of slowing down any time soon. Daniels, born in 1936, took his love of music on the road with a self-formed band after graduating in 1955. He co-wrote...
 

Casey James: From Cool to Music City

Before leaving for Nashville, the recently–signed Sony/BNA artist discusses his musical background, influences and plans for his upcoming country album. Less than a year ago, Casey James was one of many struggling musicians, playing gigs in and around the north Texas area. Then, at the urging of his mother...
 

Caitlyn Brette - Country's Lil' Angel

Caitlyn Brette “Country’s Lil’ Angel” Hailing from Houston, Texas, 12 year old singing sensation, Caitlyn Brette, can delight and entertain crowds of all ages. She started her singing career doing guest spots with some of the Houston area’s local band. Even at such a young age, her vocal talents are enchanting...
 

Burns & Poe - Ready And Set To Go!

The names may not be familiar to you, but chances are you know their faces…and their voices. The hot new Country duo Burns and Poe have been getting a lot of attention as of late, due to their hot new single “Don’t Get No Better Than That,” which has just been added to the lineup at iTunes. They were recently named as one of the top ten acts to watch...
 

Bomshel - Fighting The Fight

When you walk into a record store, you will undoubtedly see many pieces of music that are available. Keep in mind that each release you see is the product of hard work and determination on the part of the artist. With that said, one act that takes a lot of pride in the fact that their album is out is Curb Records’ duo Bomshel...
 

Bob DiPiero - Natural Born Storyteller

He looked like any other tourist coming off of Duval Street, walking into the air-conditioned lobby of the historic La Concha, where literary legends Ernest Hemingway and Tennessee Williams once lived and worked. Wearing sandals, khaki shorts, a breezy, white cotton shirt half-way buttoned and a funky houndstooth hat, he blended in nicely with ...
 

Billy Currington Celebrates Another #1

Billy Currington celebrated another chart-topper in Nashville on Monday, March 29. “That’s How Country Boys Roll” and its’ success was celebrated at the Nashville ASCAP offices. Even though he has tasted the top of the charts as an artist on numerous occasions, this marked the first time for Currington to hit the top as a writer. Before the plaques were passed out...
 

Charlie Starr, Blackberry Smoke's Frontman Talks About Touring

Atlanta based Blackberry Smoke continues to grow into the premiere Southern Rock band of America. Over the last 12 months they have shared the stage with ZZ Top, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Shooter Jennings, Cross Canadian Ragweed and countless others. The band has recently finished recording their sophomore effort “Little Piece Of Dixie” with ...
 

The Bellamy Brothers: Looking Back….And Ahead

A lot of things have changed in the music business over the years, but one thing that has remained constant over the years is the unique wit and wisdom of the Bellamy Brothers. Howard and David have been keeping fans entertained since their breakthrough record “Let Your Love Flow” hit the chart back in 1976. Some thirty-four years later, the duo...
 

Andy Fraser: Using His Music For Good

One aspect of being an entertainer is the feeling that you need to give back to the world that has enriched you. Andy Fraser is no different. The founding member of the legendary 70s band Free, he was checking his e-mail one night, and found a cause that made him feel that he had to take a stand on. Fraser picks up the story, as he describes the contents...
 

Amber Hayes – Doing It Her Way

If she has her way about it, 2010 might very well be the year that Oklahoma native Amber Hayes has been waiting for. “I’ve been singing since I was little. It’s awesome to see all the hard work and all the miles that my grandparents and parents drove...
 

Van Preston - Taking The Country Abroad

Arkansas native Van Preston has been writing songs since she was nine years old. When asked if she still had some of those early efforts, she didn’t hesitate. “Absolutely. Actually I have all of them,” she said, while admitting that her list of songs stretch well into the thousands...
 

Tracy Lawrence - Packing A Powerful Punch With "The Rock"

The career of Tracy Lawrence has seen many a twist and turn since his debut single, "Sticks and Stones," back in 1991. He's had his share of hits, and a few misses, and his personal life has been splashed across the front pages of newspapers nationwide. However, the rough and rowdy ways of the past has given way to an older and more mature...
 

T.G. Sheppard - With A Little Help From His Friends

Country Music has long prided itself on being one big family. Though some might wonder about the validity of that statement, one artist who firmly believes in it is longtime fan favorite T.G. Sheppard. The singer, who is celebrating the 35th anniversary of his first Country hit this year, is excited about the release of his CD / DVD package, Partners In Rhyme, a collection that celebrates...
 
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