Josh Teague highlights the simplicity of love through songs

What a beautiful day it is when one finds love and writes the words of their story into a song.  Josh Teague of Corbin did just that with his single, “Pretty Flowers.”  The song was written by Josh for his wife, Michaela, and performed at their wedding. “Pretty Flowers” is a simplistic song with lyrics that speak of a true

Shakespeare comes alive with As Y’all Like It

When it comes to Kentucky music, the state is full of talent that can overfill a cup of lyrics and songs.  Louisville native, Aaron Bibelhauser, has expanded his traditional bluegrass music influence to team up with the Kentucky Shakespeare production on a new project.  “As Y’all Like It: Songs from Kentucky Shakespeare” is available today and is perfect to add

Tiffany Williams reveals her musical talents with “If It Wasn’t”

Just as a creek flows through the Appalachian mountains of Kentucky, Tiffany Williams’ vocals delicately intertwine with a guitar through her newest single, “If It Wasn’t.”  During this round, Williams teams up with Jonathan Dean with an everlasting blend of vocals and lyrics. With “If It Wasn’t,” Tiffany Williams and Jonathan Dean excel at telling the story of two hearts

Tyler Booth releases ‘In God and Trucks We Trust’ as new single

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

Exlusive Premiere of Nicholas Jamerson’s new single, The Ride

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,”

Berea native becomes lead vocalist for The Steeldrivers

Sometimes you never know where the talent of Kentucky will lead you.  Just as the bluegrass band, The Steeldrivers, was working on their fifth album, “Bad For You,” their lead vocalist, Gary Nichols, decided to part ways.  Prior to Nichols as Kentucky native, Chris Stapleton, who also gained notoriety with his vocal powers.  This time around, The Steeldrivers hired on