Many musical acts, such as country group Rascal Flatts, owe a lot of their success to their “street teams,” groups of fans that publicize a band’s music, and… […]
Josh Thompson was making a comfortable living pouring concrete in Wisconsin, but something was missing.
“The normal life just won’t do,” Thompson said in October, as he prepared to head to a solo show outside Boston, and then rejoin […]
The Amarillo native and veteran Texas singer and songwriter Kevin Fowler has long been a favorite in the Lone Star State, but he also appreciates how much Nashville, mainstream country radio, and Music Row can do for him. […]
From Hank Snow, “The Singing Ranger,”in the 1950s, to Anne Murray in the 1970s and 1980s and Shania Twain in the 1990s – to name a few – the Great White North has had a massive impact on Music Row and country radio. Now Craig Moritz, an exciting new artist who hails from remote towns in Western Canada with names like Medicine Hat and Fort McMurray, is working with top Row producers and songwriters to stake his own musical claim in Music City. […]
Some people would ask, after 50 years in the music business, why not just take it easy? Well, ask that of legendary R&B artist Smokey Robinson and he’ll tell you why he’s still recording and performing – it’s because he’s been given the chance to live his wildest, most impossible dream. […]
The native of Jacksonville, Texas, said during a phone conversation in June: “It was kind of crazy. Growing up in Texas, you’d think country music was what I listened to the most as a kid, but it wasn’t. I was the youngest sibling, so I was subject to what the older kids were listening to. They were all terrific singers, and they listened to lots of easy […]