Eli Young Band have officially begun shooting the music video for 'Say Goodnight,' the third single from the band's 'Life at Best' album -- and as drummer Chris Thompson reveals, the result will be unlike anything ever before seen on country music video channels.
Easton Corbin visited the Taste of Country Nights radio studio recently to talk about his new album 'All Over the Road,' his hit song 'Lovin' You Is Fun' and his least favorite house chore. OK, the Florida-born singer wasn't planning on talking about his domestic duties, but one never knows what to expect when they agree to play "60 Seconds With..."
Brantley Gilbert doesn't quite have a full sleeve of ink on his left arm, but when his new tattoo is finished, he'll be close. The singer joined host Jeremy Robinson on the syndicated radio show Taste of Country Nights this week to talk about his new body art, and it was there that he revealed that the ink will be finished by artists on the TLC series 'NY Ink.' You can watch a video of the 'Kick It in the Sticks' singer talking about all his tattoos below.
Little Big Town are absolute originals. The country foursome and 'Pontoon' hitmakers have stood the test of time -- as well as numerous personal lows and highs. As the genre pendulums between pop and traditional trends, Phillip Sweet, Kimberly Schlapman, Karen Fairchild and Jimi Westbrook have never compromised their unique harmonies or blunted their sharp, descriptive lyrics. They've stayed true to a scenic winding road built just for them, even if at times it took them out of public eye for a bit.
Kix Brooks couldn't sound more comfortable with his new life as a solo artist. After 20 years as half of Brooks and Dunn, the 'New to This Town' singer is set to release a new album on Sept. 11 -- his first without Ronnie Dunn since 1989. Yet during an interview with Taste of Country Nights' host Jeremy Robinson, Brooks was relaxed -- playful even -- as he talked about the new tour, music and the embarrassing songs on his iPod.
Two years ago, Jerrod Niemann was floating on a cloud, having just released his debut album on July 13, 2010, a few days before performing with Brad Paisley for 100K boaters at Aquapalooza on Lake Travis in Texas. Then, he sat down and wrote a new song -- the one that would go on to become the lead single from his sophomore project called 'Free the Music,' available Oct. 2, 2012. Yup, this country music thing seemed pretty easy for the 'Shinin' on Me' singer.
Brantley Gilbert sort of chuckles when people tell him Jason Aldean stole his songs. It's not true, and Gilbert knows he couldn't have made them hits like his fellow Georgian did. The truth is, 'My Kinda Party' and 'Dirt Road Anthem' were too risky for a new artist. Radio wouldn't give him a chance like they did Aldean.
America didn't learn about the Band Perry until late 2009, but the sibling trio will be celebrating their 14th year together this October. Neil and Reid Perry started off backing up their older sister Kimberly before she let them join the band officially. Jump forward to 2012, where you'll find that the 2011 CMA New Artist of the Year is the hottest thing in Nashville, having just notched a fourth straight Top 10 hit from their self-titled debut album.
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