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The Wreckers Reunited for One Night in Nashville and Now We Need More

Some albums become more than just a collection of songs. Some albums embody a place and time and it’s unique to you. That’s how I feel about The Wreckers album. Unfortunately, there is only one Wreckers album and to me it embodies the first few years post college, when you’re finally an adult but starting … Read more

Kelsea Ballerini Gives Fans a Preview of Her New Album ‘Unapologetically’

Do you want to hear Kelsea Ballerini’s new album, Unapologetically, before it’s release? Until August 11, you can by participating keeping an eye on Kelsea’s social media accounts for special clues. These clues will direct you to where to check-in on Foursquare Swarm. Upon checking in to certain locations you will receive a “Kelsea Ballerini … Read more

Cam Has a Hard Time Being Around George Strait Because Duh

Cam is living a pretty amazing life right now. She’s working on her second album and opening for George Strait during his Las Vegas residency. The biggest challenge in her life right now? Being in the same room as King George and still being a functioning human being. The first time she met him was … Read more

Billy Ray Cyrus to Be Inducted Into the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame

Billy Ray Cyrus is being honored by his home state. In 2018, the singer will be inducted into the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame. “It’s been a long journey since those days of growing up in Flatwoods, Kentucky,” Billy Ray said. “For me, getting the chance to be inducted into the Kentucky Music Hall of … Read more

George Strait, Thomas Rhett & Kelsea Ballerini Among First Performers Announced for ACM Honors

The first round of performers have been announced for the 11th annual ACM Honors, which recognizes the special honorees and off-camera winners from the ACM Awards. Kelsea Ballerini, Vince Gill, Toby Keith, Little Big Town, Maren Morris, Brad Paisley, Thomas Rhett, Hillary Scott and George Strait are all scheduled to perform for the special which … Read more

The Wreckers to Reunite for One Night Only

This Sunday, August 13, the Wreckers will reunite for one night only. The duo, which topped the charts in with “Leave the Pieces” in 2006 consists of Michelle Branch and Jessica Harp. And I couldn’t be more excited. In 2006, I was working at Warner Bros. Nashville — now Warner Music Nashville — and I … Read more

Jake Owen Pays Tribute to Glen Campbell

August 8, 2017, was a tough day for Jake Owen. As it was for much of the country community. The singer learned of the death of Glen Campbell and felt compelled to share his own personal tribute to the legend. “We lost one of the greatest voices, guitar players and entertainer that our world has … Read more

Exclusive Premiere: Jenna Paulette’s “My Bronco” Live Video

Jenna Paulette has written the quintessential road trip song. “I wrote ‘My Bronco’ with the hopes of writing a song about the feeling you get when you’re just riding around a small town with the windows down… blowing your money on gum and gas, dancing in your car with your friends, not caring what anybody … Read more

Ashley Campbell Says Goodbye to Her Father Glen Campbell With This Heartbreaking Post

Ashley Campbell says goodbye to her father Glen Campbell. The songstress posted an short but emotional message following news that her father had died at the age of 81. “Heartbroken,” she shared. “I owe him everything I am, and everything I ever will be. He will be remembered so well and with so much love.” … Read more

Glen Campbell Dead at 81

It’s with a heavy heart we report that Glen Campbell has died at 81. The following statement was posted on his website today (August 8, 2017): It is with the heaviest of hearts that we announce the passing of our beloved husband, father, grandfather, and legendary singer and guitarist, Glen Travis Campbell, at the age … Read more

Brett Eldredge Wrote a Song for His Brother (And It Made Him Cry) (His Mom Too)

Brett Eldredge‘s new, self-titled album includes one very special song that he wrote for his older brother Brice.


“I’m very close to my brother, we lived together for many years — six or seven years — we’re really close,” Brett told One Country and other media outlets during a recent interview. “He moved here two years after I moved here. We’re really tight but we play it tough.
You don’t always tell your brother when you’re going through something but you almost always know.”

“I remember when my bother was going through a time, I was on a trip and I bought an old new guitar — new for me — and I started saying what I would say to him as if we were having a conversation,” he continued. “I was still playing it tough, like I’m not going to talk to him about it .. I opened it with ‘Brother, I think it’s time we talked, why do guys like us spend most of our lives playing it tough?”

The chorus is enough to wreck, make you call your own sibling and maybe your friends’ siblings, too:

When we played ball out in the yard
We raced our bikes, we wrecked our cars
Stayed out late in midnight bars, whoa
We got drunk, got into fights
Fell for the same girl once or twice
Somehow made it out alive
But in the end always there for each other

Brett doesn’t buy the old standard that men are supposed to keep their emotions to themselves.

“It’s OK to tell your friend or brother that you love them, that you care about them, that you’re always there for them,” Brett said. “It didn’t have to be just about your brother, it can be about your best friend too.”

As for Brice? He tried to play it tough.

“I emailed it to him because I get really uncomfortable being around him, playing it for him,” Brett admitted. “I actually heard from a buddy that he got really emotional from it, because he didn’t tell me at first.”

It’s OK, Brice, I cried too.