Hannah May Allison has been in Nashville for six years. Six years consisting of attending classes at Belmont University where she earned her degree in songwriting and music business, and of writing countless songs for other people. But she's recently turned more of her focus onto being an artist in her own right.
In the blistering heat of July, South Florida-raised Ashley Briggs just dropped her new single "Summer Heat."
Maren Morris has left "The Middle" in the past and has finally begun the process of releasing her second album.
In Cam’s latest song, she questions the elusive concept of ‘happiness.’ How do we get to that pinnacle of life? How much are we willing to sacrifice in order to find it? And what, in actuality, is it? Do we even know it when we find it?
There’s nothing Jana Kramer does better than a good old fashioned heartbreak song.
Three years since their debut record was released, country music’s favorite female duo is back with a new label and a new perspective. Maddie & Tae went through an intense label shuffle with the closing of their label Dot Records and their subsequent move to Mercury Nashville. But they’ve gotten out the other side, and are plotting the release of their sophomore album for later this year.
RaeLynn is an acquired taste. She sings with major twang and not much range, and her pop-country music leans quite heavily on the pop side. Occasionally her lyrics are very strong, especially the tracks that she’s had a hand in writing. But she’s never quite been able to shake off “God Made Girls,” the syrupy, somewhat sexist song that launched her career post-The Voice.
Muscle Shoals, Alabama native Taylor Grace is only sixteen, and her perspective matches her age. But her first release to iTunes, “Far From Perfect” contains a maturity and reflection not often found in a writer so young.
I have to say, I didn’t think I would be writing about Taylor Swift again so soon.
I remember the first time I heard this song incredibly clearly. A video of Danielle Bradbery singing a new song, “Potential” at a ‘Girls of Nashville’ event in Nashville got re-tweeted onto my Twitter timeline, and as someone who’s been looking forward to new Danielle Bradbery music since the day she put out her debut, I listened. I was struck instantly by the change in her delivery. She’s always been an incredible singer — there’s a reason she won The Voice.