News & Announcements
Always a champion for veterans and service members, Billy Ray Cyrus will return to his roots when he performs his self-penned anthemic "Some Gave All" with Voices of Service during the Titans Nov. 20 halftime game against the Kansas City Chiefs. Cyrus and Voices of Service, the singing quartet made up of active-duty Army military members and veterans who rose to national fame after advancing to the finale of NBC competition show, “America’s Got Talent.” are joining together ahead of Veterans Day for the Titans’ “Salute to Service."
On the heels of "Old Town Road (Billy Ray Cyrus remix)" being certified diamond by the RIAA, Cyrus learned today he leads nominations as a country artist in the 2019 American Music Awards. Cyrus is nominated in the Collaboration of the Year category for the track with Lil Nas X, as well as Favorite Music Video, Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop Song and Favorite Pop/Rock Song.
Singer/songwriter/storyteller and multi-instrumentalist, Steve Wariner, becomes the latest inductee into the Musicians Hall of Fame in Nashville, Tenn. Longtime friend and collaborator Garth Brooks inducted Wariner into the 2019 class and performed the multi-platinum No. 1 hit "Long Neck Bottle" with him, which Wariner co-wrote.
Tanya Tucker’s new video for “Bring My Flowers Now,” featuring Brandi Carlile and directed by acclaimed video director Trey Fanjoy (Miranda Lambert’s “It All Comes Out in the Wash,” Steven Tyler’s “Love Is Your Name,” Sheryl Crow’s “Easy”), is out now. Watch/share HERE. The video, which made its debut on CMT, follows the release of Tucker’s highly acclaimed new album, While I’m Livin’ —produced by Carlile and Shooter Jennings. Through Carlile’s solo piano and Tucker’s plaintive vocal, “Bring My Flowers” speaks to the importance of showing appreciation to those we love, before it’s too late. The record is her first Top Ten debut and tenth Top 10 album.
Country music superstar Blake Shelton championed his friends and heroes this year more than ever, from sharing singles to sharing stages – and he’s not done yet! The arena-selling, multi-media entertainer will hit the road once again for “Friends and Heroes 2020” beginning Thursday, February 13 in Portland, OR. The 16-date run will hit major cities throughout the Midwest and West Coast, including a stop at The Forum in Los Angeles. Joining him is very special guest Lauren Alaina as well as appearances by The Bellamy Brothers, John Anderson and Trace Adkins.