Morgan Frazier plays Dorothy to the men she comes upon in her major label debut single ‘Yellow Brick Road,’ but she’s hardly the shy, nervous character from the famous narrative. The ‘Wizard of Oz’ metaphor that drives this rocker is a clever way for the 19-year-old to get noticed, but the power of her voice is what will ultimately impress country music fans.
Kree Harrison has been sharing the stage with a few country music greats lately. She made her Grand Ole Opry debut with Keith Urban and Kellie Pickler, and on Wednesday (June 5) joined fiery redhead Wynonna Judd onstage at Nashville’s 3rd and Lindsley venue.
Although the ‘American Idol‘ runner-up told once talk show host Rosie O’Donnell that Judd is one of her favorite singers and that she is an effusive fan, it seems that the ‘No One Else on Earth’ hitmaker is also pretty impressed with the Harrison.
For the past two years, Rodney Atkins has staged his free "Music City Gives Back" concert to help a deserving cause. For the third installment, scheduled for Tuesday, June 4, at 6 p.m. on Nashville's lower Broadway, funds and donations will be made to benefit the Oklahoma tornado relief effort.
Joining Rodney to give performances will be Justin Moore, Jana Kramer and Josh Thompson. Fans are encouraged to give cash as well as donations of duct tape, work gloves, flashlights and other useful materials.
The Intimate Look at the Final Days of One of the Greatest
Singer-Songwriters in American History Debuts on Blu-ray and DVD June 4
“Just watched 'The Last Ride' story of Hank Williams' last trip. "Hey Good Lookin'" was the first song my mom taught me. Michael English did a genius version of "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" It says what we've ALL felt. Henry Thomas & Jesse James broke my heart.” - Cher
“This is a really good movie.” - Former U.S. President Bill Clinton
Performs title track tonight on The Tonight Show
Upcoming appearances on Chelsea Lately, Good Morning America,FOX News, EXTRA, The Wendy Williams Show, The View and The Talk
June 4th, 2013 – Grammy award-winning singer/songwriter LeAnn Rimes’ new album, SPITFIRE, is now available. The physical CD is available only at Walmart and features an exclusive live track of “Borrowed”.
The album, which LeAnn refers to as an “intimate conversation between me and whoever’s listening”, is garnering great reviews.
LeAnn Rimes has appeared in tabloid headlines more often than the record charts the last few years. But don't fault her music: Her last three albums have featured the best work of her career and the new "Spitfire" tops them all.
The onetime child star always had a powerful voice. She often picked good material, too. But it never gelled into a consistent creative direction.