Ashley Monroe almost loses it every single time she sings "The Blade," the title-track from her second studio album on Warner Brothers Nashville. It happened this week in East Nashville. Fans watched as she seemed on the verge of a breakdown, as if some invisible spirit was holding her fragile heart by two fingers — a bleeding wine glass dangling above the concrete stage.
The title track of Ashely Monroe's new The Blade album is a duet with Miranda Lambert, so when she didn't appear during Monroe's performance of the song at the Basement in Nashville on Wednesday night (July 22), it seemed unlikely the two friends would share the stage at all that night.
One superstar, one alt-country hero, a classic rocker and one of the most beautiful female voices in the genre are set to release new albums in July 2015. Alan Jackson leads the list, but there's plenty more fine music for fans willing to take a risk.
Ashley Monroe was dressed in white while her band wore black tuxedos. The fashion contradiction symbolized the mood and music on Tuesday night (June 9) at 3rd and Lindsley in Nashville. It was a celebration for a bunch of sad, sad country songs.
There are a few new videos in the Taste of Country Top 10 Video Countdown poll. One is Ashley Monroe's "On to Something Good," and she's hoping to take it to the Top 10 next week. But she needs your votes!
Ashley Monroe's sunny single, "On to Something Good," now has an equally upbeat, fun music video. The song, which was co-written by Monroe, Luke Laird and Barry Dean, was released as a single in February.
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