Kentucky country music artist Tyler Booth’s autobiographical new track “In God and Trucks We Trust” is out now. Written by Booth, Randy Montana, and long-time collaborator Phil O’Donnell, the song illustrates the hard-working, faith-filled spirit Booth relates to from growing up in a small town in Kentucky. You can listen to the new tune by clicking here. “When we wrote
Nestled in the hills of Ohio County in Kentucky sits the homeplace of Bill Monroe, the Father of Bluegrass Music. The address is 6210 US Highway 62 East in Beaver Dam, Kentucky. The home was built in 1917 when Bill was around 6 years old. The house he was born in was not too far from where he was born.
As you step foot into any honky tonk, you are bound to hear Merle Haggard’s voice in the distance singing, “Tonight the Bottle Let Me Down.” For some, this would become a dark reminder of trying to maintain their sobriety in the music business. For years, it seems like Hollywood glamorized the entertainment industry. In order to fit in, one
Dolceola Recordings just announced the release of the compilation “Just Behind the Creek Sampler: Field Recording at Kickin’ It on the Creek 2019,” now available exclusively on Bandcamp through April 30th. The album is a sampler of “Just Behind the Creek: Field Recording at Kickin’ It on the Creek 2019,” set to be released in September 2020 from Dolceola Recordings
Each and every day it seems like we are asking who’s going to fill the shoes of the legends in country music. One listen to Kentucky native, Rye Davis, and you’ll be asking for more. His second album, “Cut to Tape,” has recently been released and quenching the thirst of country music. Right off the bat, you get to feeling
Woodford County welcomed one of their own hometown heroes and global music phenomenon, singer, songwriter and actor, John Sturgill Simpson. Sturgill Simpson was born in Breathitt County, but would move to Woodford County where he spent most of his youth growing up. Simpson was a Woodford County High School graduate and has since gone on to be a Grammy award
For over four decades, chart-topping singer/songwriter Gary Brewer has turned heads with his hard-driving sound and attention-capturing voice, which encompasses a variety of Bluegrass, Roots and Gospel influences. In celebration of the momentous milestone, Gary Brewer & The Kentucky Ramblers are excited to announce the commencement of their 40th Anniversary Celebration Tour, which will take place throughout 2020. It includes stops throughout the United
Deep in the heart of the Appalachian region comes a musical talent that has a creative soul. Nicholas Jamerson grew up in Prestonsburg and has been introducing music fans with his unique musical style. Today, Nicholas Jamerson has released his new single, “Ride,” with an exclusive premiere here on Kentucky Country Music. “Ride, is a song written about new beginnings,”
Following last year’s sold-out debut, Hometown Rising Country Music & Bourbon Festival, produced by premier independent festival producer Danny Wimmer Presents, returns to Louisville, KY on Saturday, Sept. 12 and Sunday, Sept. 13 at Highland Festival Grounds at KY Expo Center. Carrie Underwood, Blake Shelton, Dierks Bentley and Old Dominion lead Hometown Rising’s music lineup with additional appearances from Jon Pardi, Chris Janson, Billy Ray Cyrus, Clint Black, CAM and many more artists across the festival’s three stages. The two-day festival also features
Explore an in-depth look at “Paper Airplanes” by Kevin Dalton and the Sunday Blooms now available for purchase.