Up-and-coming country singer Ruthie Collins debuted the first episode of her new YouTube series, Pinterest Pass or Fail, on Thursday (Jan. 21).
One of CMT’s Next Women of Country, Ruthie says her show aims simply to try out a do-it-yourself Pinterest project and see if it works. Each one should “be easy to attempt and come at little cost,” and the first project on her list is a “Flower Crown.”
Lineup To Feature Audio Adrenaline, Ryan Stevenson and OBB
Following the blockbuster success of their “We Believe…God’s Not Dead” 2015 Tour—which saw sellouts nearly each night—Platinum®-selling, GRAMMY®-nominated Newsboys are set to embark on the popular tour's final leg with a 20-city spring run next year. Sponsored by Feed the Children, the tour will feature GRAMMY@-winning Fair Trade Services recording artist Audio Adrenaline; GRAMMY®-nominated Gotee singer/songwriter Ryan Stevenson; and Dove-nominated Curb recording artist OBB.
Gears Up for 2016 “Life Off My Years” Tour with Tyler Farr and Dylan Scott
After a whirlwind year filled with hit singles, sold-out tour dates and TV show appearances, Curb recording artist Lee Brice — whose RIAA Gold-certified "Drinking Class" enjoyed a long stay toward the top of the Billboard Country Airplay chart — has been named the most played song on Country radio in 2015
Grant Defies Current Market Trends With Her Best Sales Debut To Date
Natalie Grant's 'Be One' made Curb Records history yesterday as it debuted #1 on Billboard's Top Christian Albums Chart and SoundScan's Adult Contemporary Albums and Contemporary Christian Albums charts. In addition, Grant claimed the #2 position on Billboard's overall Christian & Gospel Albums chart and #28 on the Billboard 200.
DETAILS EXCLUSIVELY REVEALED TODAY BY ROLLING STONE
“…the self-titled Wynonna & The Big Noise brings a raw, unvarnished approach to the album's dozen tracks, which run the gamut from gutsy blues to sweet, Seventies-inspired country-pop. While the LP is a natural for the wide-open Americana format, Wynonna's legions of country fans will feel right at home with the singer's first full-length album of original material since 2003's What the World Needs Now Is Love.”
--Stephen L. Betts, ROLLINGSTONE.COM, November 6, 2015