UK country duo The Shires were named by Billboard as “the best-selling country duo in the UK.” Career highlights including selling out Royal Albert Hall and performing on BBAC Radio 2 to commemorate the Royal Wedding.
In response to the challenges of COVID-19, they would like you to join them for a next-level online performance on April 10, 2021, at 8pm BST (3pm ET).
Tim McGraw digital deluxe album editions are like buses: two come along at once!
Here On Earth, released in August 2020, marked McGraw’s fourth straight decade with a #1 album on the Billboard Country Album chart. It was his 19th number 1 worldwide and his 17th number 1 in the U.S. The album offers vignettes of shared human emotions such as love, relationships, introspection, and fun.
The Grammy® winning superstar has excelled himself with two deluxe versions of the album. The Ultimate Edition features six new songs, while the Video Edition features the new songs, including the new single God Moves The Pen, and six videos.
GRAMMY® Award winning singer-songwriter Jennifer Nettles forged her reputation in the renowned country duo Sugarland, while adding to her country kudos by portraying Dolly Parton’s mother in several TV movies.
She crossed genres by duetting with Bon Jovi on Who Says You Can’t Go Home, and now she’s ready to completely transcend country with Always Like New, a versatile album of American Songbook classics.
Country music stalwart Alan Jackson is returning with his first album of all new music in six years. Where Have You Gone is his 16th studio album of 25 albums overall (including THREE greatest hits collections!).
We’re all missing live music venues; Ed Cosens is no exception. So when he got the chance to film his new video at his hometown Sheffield’s iconic venue The Leadmill, he grabbed the opportunity with both hands. 12 hands, in fact!
Rising star Hailey Whitters found a pretty incredible way to launch her forthcoming album Living The Dream, a deluxe version of her record The Dream. What better way to live the dream than to be joined on your new single by actual Trisha Yearwood?!
The year usually starts out strong for Americana artists, music business professionals and fans. There is a dizzying array of genre specific conference seminars, industry opportunities, and showcases in East London, all topped off with a star-studded awards ceremony.
The tireless board members (including CEO Stevie Smith, DJ and festival impresario Baylen Leonard and artist manager Charlie Pierce) weren’t going to let a little thing like lockdown get in the way of supporting, representing and advocating for Americana in the UK. They took the whole shebang virtual.
Following the omnipresence of Oasis and the brothers’ solo efforts, many a teenager dreamed of meeting Noel Gallagher. Few made it happen the way that 18 year old Amanda May did. She posed as a caterer to blag her way backstage: “I got to meet him, hang in his dressing room and watch the gig from side stage so I was pretty happy. He was such a cool dude. So friendly and humble. When he introduced himself to me I found it so bizarre. Like of course I know who you are mate!”
Canadian country pop trio Petric are stoked to be releasing their debut album Flashbacks.
They worked with Grammy nominated producer Chris Baseford (Avril Lavigne, Nickleback) to craft a nine track record filled with ballads and bangers, including Single Problem which has been streamed over a million times to date. It was the highest charting single by a Canadian independent artist in 2019.