All posts in January 2018

Kip Moore Adds Dates to Plead The Fifth Tour – Sounds Like Nashville


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Kip Moore Adds Dates to Plead The Fifth Tour
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Kip Moore isn't quite finished with his Plead The Fifth Tour as the “Last Shot” singer has extended the trek with additional dates. Kicking off the second leg of the fan-favorite tour will be a show in Kingston, ON on March 22, followed by a series of ...

Kip Moore Adds Dates to Plead The Fifth Tour – Sounds Like Nashville


Sounds Like Nashville

Kip Moore Adds Dates to Plead The Fifth Tour
Sounds Like Nashville
Kip Moore isn't quite finished with his Plead The Fifth Tour as the “Last Shot” singer has extended the trek with additional dates. Kicking off the second leg of the fan-favorite tour will be a show in Kingston, ON on March 22, followed by a series of ...

Dan & Shay Celebrates “How Not To” and “From the Ground Up”

An inherent part of the Music Row experience, No. 1 parties are one of the rare occasions where everyone who has had anything to do with a song’s rise up the charts comes together to celebrate. They’re even more special when the song being honored is a songwriter’s first hit. Looking out at the small... Read more »

Just announced: Kevin Hart, Luke Bryan, Chromeo, Frank Turner, Tom Cochrane, Ben Harper and more – Vancouver Sun


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Just announced: Kevin Hart, Luke Bryan, Chromeo, Frank Turner, Tom Cochrane, Ben Harper and more
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Kip Moore Slowheart is the latest release from this American country music singer-songwriter. With guests Drake White & The Big Fire, Fairground Saints. • Vogue Theatre, 918 Granville St. • May 10 and May 11, doors 7 p.m. • $59.50, ticketfly.com, Red ...

Brantley Gilbert Hires an Orchestra for Nashville Concert

Brantley Gilbert‘s May 4 concert at Nashville’s Ascend Amphitheater won’t be like any other on the Ones That Like Me Tour. That night, Gilbert and his band will perform his biggest hits and fan favorites backed by a full orchestra. Leading the orchestra is the Nashville-based conductor, Jim Gray, who has led several ensembles for... Read more »

Thanks, Mike Fisher, for Retiring from Retirement

When Mike Fisher announced his retirement from the NHL — and Nashville’s beloved Predators — it was kind of the end of an era. But now that Fisher’s had about six months to think about the end, he’s going to begin again. What he’d said last year when he made the decision was that it... Read more »

Morgan Evans’ Songwriting Pros and Cons

If you want to make music — all day every day, and then every day after that — you need to move to Nashville. That’s what Morgan Evans had heard. So even though he was having plenty of success as a singer-songwriter/TV personality in Australia, he knew where he really needed to be. “Nashville is... Read more »

The First No. 1 from Garth Brooks and Kent Blazy

Exactly 30 years ago, Garth Brooks wrote his first No. 1 song. He was in his 20s, didn’t have a record deal yet, and went to write with Kent Blazy for the first time. They’d met when Brooks had moved to Nashville, and was trying to get his start by singing demos for Blazy. It... Read more »

Kip Moore Announces Second Leg Of Tour – Eagle 99.3 FM WSCH


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Kip Moore Announces Second Leg Of Tour
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He announced the second leg of his “Plead the Fifth Tour” yesterday in support of his latest album, 'Slowheart.' It starts in Kingston, Ontario on March 22nd. The first run wrapped up on December 2nd in Columbus, Ohio. Tickets go on sale this Friday ...

The Stadiums on Luke Bryan’s What Makes You Country Tour

Luke Bryan‘s press conference announcing the 13 stadiums shows on his What Makes You Country Tour was every Luke Bryan fan’s dream. The hour-long event was a live preview of what fans will see on the road this summer with acoustic performances by Bryan “What Makes You Country”), Jon Pardi (“Heartache on the Dance Floor”)... Read more »