Tucker Beathard has released his next single from his forthcoming second part of his debut double album. It's called "You Would Think" and was co-written by Tucker, his father Casey Beathard and Donovan Woods, and is reflective on losing contact with a past relationship.
“What I love about songwriting is that it can be so personal, but you also get to tell stories for other people and from other people’s outlook,” explained Tucker Beathard in a press release. “With this song, I think when people initially hear it they might automatically assume it is about a romantic relationship, but when we were writing it we felt like it could be from the viewpoint of so many different relationships, whether it be romantic or even a family dynamic like a child to his or her parent. I think when you listen to it with that in mind it gives you a whole different perspective of the song.”
Tucker will be heading out on the road beginning in May as part of Brooks & Dunn's Reboot 2020 Tour and will stop at Blossom Music Center on Friday, September 18th!
Maren Morris is following up her multi week #1 single "The Bones" with a new song that she co-wrote called "To Hell and Back". Maren explains the story behind her new song is this video:
Jimmie Allen just scored his second #1 single with "Make Me Want To", and he has already released his next single. "This Is Us" is a duet with pop singer Noah Cyrus and is a song about rediscovering a romantic connection that was thought to be lost for good. The song was also co-written by Noah and Tyler Hubbard of Florida Georgia Line along with songwriters Jordan Schmidt, Ilsey Juber and Dernst “D’Mile” Emile II.
Jimmie and Noah expect to release an official video for the song soon!
On Sunday, March 1st, the same day Jimmie learned "Make Me Want To" was going to claim the top spot on the chart, he and his fiancé welcomed their daughter Naomi Betty!
The Dixie Chicks have ended their hiatus with a new song called "Gaslighter". This is also the title track to their upcoming album due out on May 1st!
Jon Pardi shares his next single from his upcoming album, a titled "Ain't Always The Cowboy". The ballad is a song about leaving, but it's the cowboy who ends up with the broken heart.
Heartache Medication is due out on September 27th.
Sam Hunt just scored another #1 single with "Kinfolks" and now he's releasing his next single from his upcoming album Southside. Sam teased the song on social media before officially releasing it, and it samples Webb Pierce's multi-week #1 hit from 1953 "There Stands The Glass".
Sam Hunt's much anticipated sophomore album Southside will be available on April 3rd, and he'll make a stop at Blossom Music Center on Thursday, August 20th bringing along with Kip Moore, Travis Denning, and ERNEST!
Rising star Niko Moon has released his single "Good Time" which is exactly what the song is... good times around the campfire, moonlit evenings, good friends and guitars! You'll hear this one when he takes the stage at The Country Fest on Saturday, June 20th!
Though he is now singing his own songs, earlier in his career he penned hits for Zac Brown Band including “Homegrown,” “Loving You Easy,” and “Keep Me In Mind”. He also wrote Rascal Flatts' hit "Back To Life".
Keith Urban recently teased on his social media accounts that he would have a new single out today. The new song is called "God Whispered Your Name" a love song about finding faith after finding true love.
More big news for Keith Urban today, the Academy of Country Music announced that he will host this years awards show! The ACM Awards will broadcast live from Las Vegas on Sunday, April 5th at 8pm on CBS.
Country trio Avenue Beat (Savana Santos, Sam Backoff and Sami Bearden) have released a single from their self-titled debut EP called "Ruin That For Me". Their fun, empowering, upbeat tune flips the script on a typical reaction to a break up. There may be memories attached, but heartbreaks can be cured by living life!
In an interview with Billboard, Backoff recalled a breakup she went through in high school that inspired the song. "After we had ended things, I was trying to decide what to wear one day and pulled out a dress that he had told me was his favorite," she said. "I remember thinking 'Oh my gosh, I can’t wear this dress, it’s ruined now!' But then I realized that he can’t ruin that for me."