While most remember Billy Gilman as that adorable kiddo with some incredible pipes, the singer’s career has lasted long past his “One Voice” days. Over the past few years, he’s released quite a few singles digitally, including the romantic “Say You Will.” Although a ton of commercial success hasn’t come his way lately, the singer still has a legion of devoted fans, and rightfully so. Last night, he took to Twitter to reveal that he had auditioned for this season of NBC’s The Voice. He also shared the news on Facebook, writing,Â “It’s official and I can FINALLY LET IT OUT!
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Sam Hunt took to Instagram today to share a new video of the mystery girl who has the internet talking.
Of the many amazing artistsÂ here in Nashville, one we would choose, hands down, to hear performÂ once a week is Brooke Eden. Now, thanks to TLC and Tyler Perry, our wish is coming true and Eden’s vocals will be intro’ing Perry’s new series,Â Too Close To Home, each week. The drama series debuted last night on TLC, kicking off with Eden’s “Too Close To Home,” written and performed specifically for the show. The Red Bow Records singer-songwriter posted a jaw-droppingÂ in-studio video to tease her fans with the song, sharingÂ an a cappella performance prior to the premiere. Watch Brooke Eden’s video below and
On Monday night, New York City was privy to the type of night that usually only happens in Nashville. Some of country music’s best songwriters, artists and up-and-comers took the stage at Housing Works Bookstore Cafe to play their hits, share their stories and raise money for causes such as AIDS and homelessness. Led by mega-hit songwriter Shane McAnally, the Bluebird-style writers’ round also featured Old Dominion’s Matt Ramsey, Trevor Rosen and Brad Tursi, as well as country newcomers Drake White and Walker Hayes. The six singer-songwriters played their own hits, songs they’ve written for other artists and also premiered
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