Country Music News Archives

Get ready for a new Jelly Roll collab


ABC/Larry McCormack Jelly Roll fans, a new duet might be dropping soon. Warner Music Nashville artist Chris Ryan, formerly one-half of now-defunct duo BEXAR, recently teased a collaboration with Jelly on a song called “Scared To Go To Church.” The Instagram reel features red-tinted footage

Megan Moroney to drop three new songs on Friday


David McClister/Courtesy of Sony Music Nashville Megan Moroney is set to release three new songs on Friday, September 22. The three tracks are: “Fix You Too” featuring Kameron Marlowe, “Nothin’ Crazy” featuring MacKenzie Porter and “Reasons To Stay.” Megan shared the

Reba brings her “Blues” to 'America's Got Talent'


Trae Patton/NBC Reba McEntire and America’s Got Talent season 11 alum Sofie Dossi reunited on the show Wednesday, September 20. The country icon took the stage to sing her 1982 hit “Can’t Even Get The Blues” while Sofie simultaneously showcased her contortion and acrobatic moves. This

Carly Pearce joins NEEDTOBREATHE for new duet


ABC/Larry McCormack Carly Pearce experienced a full-circle moment recently. The country star, who’s been a longtime NEEDTOBREATHE fan, was enlisted by the rock group for their stirring new duet, “Fall On Me.” “Years ago I bought a ticket and went by myself to see @NEEDTOBREATHE live because

Chris Stapleton featured in new 'Monday Night Football' theme


ABC Country superstar Chris Stapleton has joined Snoop Dogg and acclaimed drummer Cindy Blackman Santana to reimagine Phil Collins‘ “In the Air Tonight,” which serves as the new Monday Night Football opening theme. The opening visualizer will feature NFL stars, game highlights and clips of the three artists’ “dramatic performances.” “We just

Dustin Lynch taps Jelly Roll for nostalgic “Chevrolet”


Courtesy of Broken Bow Records Dustin Lynch and Jelly Roll have released “Chevrolet,” and it’s a song that drips with nostalgia. The song, which is an interpolation of Dobie Gray‘s 1973 smash “Drift Away,” was authored by Chase McGill, Hunter Phelps and Jessi Alexander. Mentor Williams, who penned “Drift Away,” is also included