Kip Moore is following up his platinum certified single, "Somethin' 'Bout a Truck", with the infectious drinking anthem, "Beer Money."
Kip Moore's single "Somethin' 'Bout a Truck," which was a two-week No. 1 hit, has been certified platinum for sales of 1 million units.
Luke Bryan and Eric Church have joined the list of performers at this year's CMA Awards!
Headliner Alan Jackson along with Eric Church, Eric Paslay and Jon Pardi will perform at the free-and-open-to-the-public music event.
To some modern country artists, the words critics are using to describe Eric Church's forthcoming third studio album may seem off-putting, but to the trailblazing mutineer and his equally passionate fans, the terms: "strange," "aggressive," "wild," and "rare," couldn't be more complimentary.
EMI Records Nashville's Eric Church is celebrating his second Gold certified single from his sophomore album Carolina.
The hit single "Love Your Love The Most" was certified Gold by the RIAA and marks Eric's second Gold certification, joining "Smoke A Little Smoke," in the last week.
EMI Records Nashville's Eric Church will be offering a free download of his new single "Homeboy" from his highly anticipated third studio album.
Fans have been eager to get a copy of the new single which won't be available to purchase until March 8, 2011 - going as far as uploading the song to homemade videos which have received over 35,000 views in the last few days.
Capitol Nashville's Little Big Town kicked off the first annual multi-stage Country Throwdown tour this past weekend with stops in Tampa, West Palm Beach and Jacksonville, FL.
Pictured L to R: Karen Fairchild, Phillip Sweet, Steve Sinatra, Kimberly Schlapman, Tony Obrohta, John Thomasson and Jimi Westbrook.
In the midst of a spring and summer tour that has earned praise from the Tennessean, Village Voice, Philadelphia Inquirer and Washington Post, Eric Church will headline the Outlaw Stage of the Country Throwdown Tour.
For the Country Throwdown dates, which also feature Montgomery Gentry, Jamey Johnson, Jack Ingram, and Little Big Town, among others, Church and his band will perform a very rare, intimate "Unplugged and Uncensored" show of which no two performances will be the same.
Capitol Records Nashville recording artist Eric Church opens up his Nashville home on a new episode of CMT Cribs premiering Friday, February 5, 2010 at 10pm ET/PT.
Eric and his wife Katherine welcome viewers into their newly renovated home for a personal tour that includes a homegrown backyard garden and Eric's favorite room in the house - his "man cave."