Artist of the Month


Zac Brown Band

Three-time GRAMMY winners and multi-platinum artists Zac Brown Band have become one of music’s most heralded acts.

The band’s three platinum-selling albums, Uncaged, You Get What You Give, and The Foundation have sold over seven million copies total and produced a historic series of eleven #1 hit singles.

In 2014, Zac Brown Band performed for two million fans including a sold out, two-night stand at Fenway Park, a packed show at Wrigley Field and a Veteran’s Day performance with Bruce Springsteen and Dave Grohl on the National Mall in Washington, DC.

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Justin Moore, Thomas Rhett Talk Thanksgiving Favorites

Posted On November 24, 2015

Justin Moore says fried catfish looks great alongside the other items they have on their Thanksgiving table. Moore and his family have added a bit of a spin to their Thanksgiving dinner. "Obviously you have to have a turkey. That goes without saying. We fry turkeys, but we also started doing fish fries. Where I'm…

Cam Uses Lessons From Psychology For Songwriting

Posted On November 24, 2015

Cam says that it has been a crazy journey from psychology major to singer/songwriter. "I feel like it has kind of been a crazy journey, but I think that initial part of it comes from the same place. The research that I got excited about and involved in across three different labs was all emotions-centered,"…

Florida Georgia Line Grabs Awards At AMAs

Posted On November 23, 2015

Florida Georgia Line has some new hardware after last night's American Music Awards. The duo took home trophies for Favorite Country Duo or Group and Favorite Country Album for "Anything Goes." Luke Bryan also had a big night, grabbing the trophy for Favorite Male Country Artist .  Carrie Underwood won for Favorite Female Country Artist.…

Hillary Scott, Family Recording Gospel Album

Posted On November 23, 2015

Hillary Scott is making a gospel album with her parents and younger sister. Scott's mom is country singer Linda Davis.  She told "The Tennessean" it's been fun to be able to be involved in a project with her children. Davis says they got the idea for an album after performing at Jim Ed Brown's funeral…

Randy Houser Ejects Fan Over Fight In Crowd

Posted On November 23, 2015

Randy Houser isn't afraid to intervene when he sees a rowdy fan causing trouble. At his concert in Corbin, Kentucky on Friday, Houser stopped the show when he spotted a fight in the crowd.  He had some strong words for the out-of-control fan and then had him removed from the show.  The audience cheered as…