Last week the CMA Awards proved that true country isn’t dead just yet. In fact if “Girl Crush” and Chris Stapleton’s awards are any indication the good stuff is about to make a comeback.
Danielle Bradbery is best known for winning The Voice. That sentence could easily be rewritten as Danielle Bradbery is best known for her amazing voice. The nineteen year old “Young in America” singer showed off her impressive vocals on the Suits and Boots tour in New England this weekend.
Old Dominion is the hottest band in the country world. After penning hits for some of the genre’s biggest names such as Kenny Chesney and Dierks Bentley among others, the five member group decided to get back to their roots – making their own music. Their debut EP produced the SiriusXM hit “Shut Me Up” and now the national radio hit “Break Up With Him.” You likely already know those songs, but here are three new ones you’ll be cranking up right away:
Kip Moore has always stated that Boston is one of his favorite cities in the country. Sure, he says that about a lot of cities but after seeing him perform in different markets this year there’s no question Boston has a place in his heart. He seems to try just a little bit harder, turn it up just a bit louder, and pour overwhelming passion into the songs he sings. His nearly ninety minute set at the House of Blues on Friday night was no exception.
For those familiar with the impressive crop of young talent hailing from the great state of Georgia, Travis Denning is a familiar name. Frequently playing lead guitar with BBR Recording artist, Jordan Rager, Denning’s ability to write damn good songs and melt faces on the guitar make him the most versatile young artist in Nashville. For those who are less well-versed in the up-and-comers of country music, I introduce to you, Travis Denning, the diamond in the new country rough.