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2020 Fourth of July Concerts: Performers, Times, Channels & Streams

2020 Fourth of July Concerts: Performers, Times, Channels & Streams

The COVID-19 pandemic may have put the kibosh on your favorite Fourth of July celebration, but there are still plenty of virtual concerts to keep you entertained on our nation’s birthday, including performances from Brad Paisley, Tim McGraw, Lady A, Trace Adkins, Brantley Gilbert, Lauren Alaina, Tenille Townes, Willie Nelson, Robert Earl Keen and more.…MORE

Lauren Alaina, Brantley Gilbert, Trace Adkins & More to Perform as Part of “A Capitol Fourth” on PBS

Lauren Alaina, Brantley Gilbert, Trace Adkins & More to Perform as Part of “A Capitol Fourth” on PBS

Trace Adkins, Brantley Gilbert, Lauren Alaina and more will celebrate Independence Day by performing during the PBS television special, A Capitol Fourth. Hosted by John Stamos and Vanessa Williams, the 40th annual broadcast of A Capitol Fourth will feature pre-taped performances without a live audience due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The concert is usually held…MORE

Brantley Gilbert Releases Hopeful New Single, “Hard Days” [Listen]

Brantley Gilbert Releases Hopeful New Single, “Hard Days” [Listen]

Brantley Gilbert announced the release of a brand-new single, “Hard Days,” which will impact country radio on June 15. Penned by Brantley, Jimi Bell, Brock Berryhill, Jay Brunswick and Logan Wall, “Hard Days” follows the release of “Fire’t Up” (No. 44) and “What Happens in a Small Town” (No. 1), both of which were featured…MORE

Brantley Gilbert Turns Up the Heat in New Video for “Fire’t Up” [Watch]

Brantley Gilbert Turns Up the Heat in New Video for “Fire’t Up” [Watch]

Brantley Gilbert turned up the heat in his new video for current single, “Fire’t Up.” The new clip, which was directed by Shaun Silva, features pyrotechnics with a circus-like group of performers, including fire breathers, aerial hoop acrobats and motorcycle riders inside the Globe of Death. The new tune, which Brantley co-penned with Brandon Day…MORE

Brantley Gilbert Drops Driving New Single, “Fire’t Up” [Listen]

Brantley Gilbert Drops Driving New Single, “Fire’t Up” [Listen]

Brantley Gilbert is following up his recent No. 1 single, “What Happen in a Small Town,” with the release of “Fire’t Up.” The new tune, which Brantley co-penned with Brandon Day and Justin Weaver,” is featured on Brantley’s 2019 No. 1 album, Fire & Brimstone. “Fire’t Up” will impact country radio on Dec. 2. Watch…MORE

Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge Celebrates 59th Birthday With Brantley Gilbert, Jamey Johnson, Lee Brice  & More [Photo Gallery]

Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge Celebrates 59th Birthday With Brantley Gilbert, Jamey Johnson, Lee Brice & More [Photo Gallery]

Nashville’s legendary watering hole, Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge, celebrated its 59th birthday on Oct. 9 with a free outdoor show that featured performance by Brantley Gilbert, Randy Houser, Jamey Johnson, Lee Brice, Terri Clark and more—and, by “more,” we mean golfer John Daly and actor Johnny Galecki. Over the years, Tootsie’s has served as a songwriting…MORE

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Sam Hunt Says Sampling Webb Pierce’s Iconic Tune “Just Felt Right”

Sam Hunt Says Sampling Webb Pierce’s Iconic Tune “Just Felt Right”

By sampling Webb Pierce’s 1953 No. 1 hit, “There Stands the Glass,” in his current single, “Hard to Forget,” Sam Hunt has introduced Webb’s iconic song to a new generation of country music fans. While hardcore, old-school country fans may liken Sam’s sampling to blasphemy, the closer truth is that Sam has opened up the…More

Garth Brooks Reschedules Facebook Live Concert for July 14

Garth Brooks Reschedules Facebook Live Concert for July 14

Garth Brooks announced via Twitter on July 13 that he and wife Trisha Yearwood will be performing fan-requested songs during his Facebook Live series, Inside Studio G, on July 14. The concert, which was originally slated for July 7, was postponed last week “out of an abundance of caution” due to possible COVID-19 exposure. The…More

Watch Miranda Lambert’s New “Dark Bars” Lyric Video

Watch Miranda Lambert’s New “Dark Bars” Lyric Video

Miranda Lambert released a new lyric video for her song, “Dark Bars.” Penned by Miranda and Liz Rose, the tune is featured on Miranda’s seventh studio album, Wildcard, which dropped in 2019. “I started in honky tonks, you know, [age] 17, and I’ve always felt comfortable in those places, whether it’s on stage or just hanging…More

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