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Blake Shelton Lays the Cards on the Table in New Song, “I’ll Name the Dogs”

Blake Shelton Lays the Cards on the Table in New Song, “I’ll Name the Dogs”

As he prepares for the 13th season on NBC’s The Voice and the grand opening of his Ole Red restaurant and live music venue in Tishomingo, Okla., Blake Shelton has released a brand new song, “I’ll Name the Dogs.” On his website, Blake describes the song as a throw-back. “It’s traditional country with fiddle and steel and I’ve got…MORE

Blake Shelton Reveals Title and Artwork of New Single, “I’ll Name the Dogs”

Blake Shelton Reveals Title and Artwork of New Single, “I’ll Name the Dogs”

Earlier today (Sept. 5), it was announced that Blake Shelton would be a part of two big events in September. The first event is a celebration of the grand opening of his new Ole Red venue in Tishomingo, Okla., featuring Ronnie Milsap, RaeLynn and more on Sept. 30. The second event included Blake as one of the many musicians,…MORE

New Albums: May 5, 2017

New Albums: May 5, 2017

New albums dropping on Friday, May 5, include Chris Stapleton’s From A Room: Volume 1 and Colt Ford’s Love Hope Faith.MORE

RaeLynn Enlists the Help of Dan + Shay on New Song, “Say”

RaeLynn Enlists the Help of Dan + Shay on New Song, “Say”

Of the 11 songs RaeLynn co-wrote on her full-length debut album, WildHorse, which dropped on March 24, the track “Say” was the one that had her turning to her “best friends in the industry,” Dan+Shay, for their vocals on the tune. “Say,” written by RaeLynn, Barry Dean and Jimmy Robbins, is about knowing your significant…MORE

Jason Aldean Is Already Back in the Studio Working on His Eighth Album

Jason Aldean Is Already Back in the Studio Working on His Eighth Album

Ever since Jason Aldean dropped his debut album in 2005, he’s never gone more than two years in-between releasing projects, with follow-up albums in 2007, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2014 and 2016. From early indications, it sounds like the Georgia native is intent on keeping his two-years-or-less streak intact. It’s only been six months since Jason…MORE

Chris Janson Is “Loving Life and Having Fun” Writing and Recording for New Album He Hopes to Drop Early This Year

Chris Janson Is “Loving Life and Having Fun” Writing and Recording for New Album He Hopes to Drop Early This Year

It’s been a whirlwind 14 months since Chris Janson released his debut album, Buy Me a Boat. In addition to scoring two Billboard Top 25 hits—“But Me a Boat” and “Holdin’ Her”—the Missouri-to-Nashville transplant toured with Blake Shelton, Luke Bryan and headlined his own Buy Me a Boat Tour. In 2016 alone, the always-energized singer/songwriter…MORE

Gretchen Wilson Is Excited About New Single, “Rowdy,” Making New Music and Being a Mom

Gretchen Wilson Is Excited About New Single, “Rowdy,” Making New Music and Being a Mom

Lisa talks with Gretchen Wilson about her new single, “Rowdy,” getting back to making new music, raising her daughter, loving parenthood, going back out on tour in 2017 and more. Show Participants Gretchen Wilson Lisa Konicki, NCD editor in chief Show Links & Notes Follow Gretchen Wilson on Twitter Follow Gretchen Wilson on Facebook Listen to Gretchen’s new…MORE

Blake Shelton Comes Clean About New Album, “If I’m Honest”

Blake Shelton Comes Clean About New Album, “If I’m Honest”

Just a few hours after Blake Shelton released his new single on March 8—the romantically-charged “Came Here to Forget”—the singer also announced the details behind his 12th studio album. Titled If I’m Honest, the project is set for release May 20, and Blake says it will be a special one for him. “This is the most excited…MORE

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Nashville New Year

Nashville New Year

You can ring in the New Year in Nashville with a free show featuring Keith Urban, Brett Young, Peter Frampton, Judah & the Lion, Caitlyn Smith, Devon Gilfillian and Fisk Jubilee Singers. The free event—dubbed the Jack Daniel’s Music City Midnight: New Year’s Eve in Nashville—will take place at the Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park. Gates will open at 4 p.m. CT on Dec. 31.