NASHVILLE – July 12, 2016 – CMT unveiled its new digital performance series “Next Women of Country LIVE” today at CMT.com, giving voice to some of the most powerful female singers in country music. The new shareable series kicked off the first of 20 artists with a haunting acoustic performance of Kelsea Ballerini’s ballad “Peter Pan,” filmed live from CMT’s Nashville studio. Each week, the network will reveal exclusive fresh performances from its roster of “Next Women,” a franchise that helps to raise the profile of female artists.
“My Girl” Ignites Social Media With Music Video, New Single and Album
Curb Records’ Dylan Scott, already referred as one of the artist development stories of the year, launches his latest single, “My Girl” with enormous response. The song, which was co-written by Scott and based on his new bride, was released four weeks ago through a video series across social media. Fans devoured the content with over 700,000 views and 40,000 likes during the announcement of the new single, new album and marriage to his high school sweetheart.
NASHVILLE, Tenn.—“Calling All Fathers,” the powerful new single from Todd Smith, founding member of eight-time Dove Award-winning Curb recording artist Selah, arrives just in time for Father’s Day and is now available digitally.
Have you ever wondered what is 'Behind The Song'? Kevin Davis shares a devotional about "Clean" by Natalie Grant.
Natalie Grant's 2013 album Hurricane blended everything I've always enjoyed about her music ministry: emotional ballads, exciting pop songs (including "Closer to Your Heart" and "Hurricane," and worshipful celebrations and it was one of my top 10 albums of 2013. Her new album Be One continues in that same upbeat, worshipful vein.
Nashville, TN (May 27th, 2016) - Dylan Scott – The strong-voiced Louisiana native whose talent earned him an opening slot on Lee Brice’s Life Off My Years tour has just announced an August 12th street date for his debut, self-titled album. Through a clever social media campaign, he not only teased up his brand new single, “My Girl” but also announced his impending marriage this weekend.
Lee Brice was busy collecting songs for his I Don't Dance follow-up when he stumbled across "A Little More Love," a summertime anthem written by Shane McAnally, Ross Copperman, Natalie Hemby and Kristi Neumann. Something about the song's brotherly bounce made him reach out to Jerrod Niemann. Together, the longtime friends turned "A Little More Love" into a duet, relying on their real-life bond to sell the song's emphasis on buddies, buzzes and good weather.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Friday, April 29, 2016) – Since they first met in 2002, platinum-selling Country artists Jerrod Niemann and Lee Brice have become close friends. They’ve written together, toured together and partied together, but they’ve never released music together – until now. Curb artists Niemann and Brice have released a new duet, “A Little More Love,” to iTunes today.