How cool is the ACM Lifting Lives Camp? It's a week long residency program for musically talented individuals with developmental disabilities that brings them to Nashville to write a song with a major singer-songwriter, record the song with a big time producer and then perform it live on the Grand Ole Opry with another big wig.
Erin has more than decade of experience writing about country music. She's written for publications such as Rolling Stone Country, AOL's The Boot and Country Weekly magazine.
Erin has a BBA in Music Business from Nashville's Belmont University and a Masters in Film and Creative Media from Music City's Lipscomb University.
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If you don't know Jeffrey Steele as an artist, you're bound to know his songs. He's penned a slew of hits from Tim McGraw's "The Cowboy in Me" to "These Days, " "What Hurts the Most," "Here" and "My Wish" for Rascal Flatts. And that's just to name a few. Steele was also the frontman for one of my favorite 90s bands, Boy Howdy, which performed the enduring "She'd Give Anything."
On June 27, Shania Twain was at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum for the opening of her new exhibit, Shania Twain: Rock This Country. The event was attended by a smattering of music industry professionals, press and Kelsea Ballerini.
Last night (June 26), Kelsea Ballerini decided to have a party just to support females in country music. No special occasion, just an opportunity to talk about their triumphs and their challenges.
Lindsay Ell is a Canadian country singer who is currently signed to Stoney Creek Records, home of Thompson Square, Randy Houser and Parmalee. It's the sister label to Broken Bow Records, which currently boasts Jason Aldean and Dustin Lynch on its roster. She's released several singles to country radio including, "Trippin' on Us," "Shut Me Up" and "By the Way." None of them have cracked the Top 40. However, lately she's been getting a lot of heat for dating syndicated radio host, Bobby Bones.
Let's start with one thing. Michael Keaton didn't play Batman. Michael Keaton is Batman. He's the one true Batman. I love you, Adam West, but it's the way it is.
I love Brits. I do. I'm a bit of anglophile. But I cannot abide the new recipe from Proper Tasty (the British division of Tasty).
Would you still love Lady Antebellum if they were called Sunrise Sampler?