GAC’s Top 20 Tailgating Songs

Saturday night on GAC, Keith Anderson and JT Hodges counted down the Top 20 Tailgating Songs, chosen by YOU, the fans! While taping the show, Keith and JT traveled to ”tailgating central,” a.k.a. a stop on Kenny Chesney‘s Goin’ Coastal Tour. If you missed the premiere, click HERE for additional airtimes. Here are the fan-voted Top 20 Tailgating Songs: 20 [...] Read More

18 CMA Winners Featured on New Country Dance Video Game

Pull on your cowboy boots and grab some friends – it’s time to dance! Joining the video game dance craze is Country Dance, a new game from GameMill Entertainment made with country fans in mind. Country Dance features songs from more than 25 of country’s biggest artists, including Carrie Underwood, Sugarland, Brad Paisley, Blake Shelton, [...] Read More

18 CMA Winners Featured on New Country Dance Video Game

Pull on your cowboy boots and grab some friends – it’s time to dance! Joining the video game dance craze is Country Dance, a new game from GameMill Entertainment made with country fans in mind. Country Dance features songs from more than 25 of country’s biggest artists, including Carrie Underwood, Sugarland, Brad Paisley, Blake Shelton, [...] Read More

Zac Brown Band Grinds Through the Tough Years

The Zac Brown Band has had five hits in the last two years, and the group has become so big so quickly that it’s hard to remember the members were all struggling musicians through most of their time together. Genuinely successful people believe in themselves, and they often lay it on the line when things look their most bleak. That’s certainly the case for Zac and crew, who played for years in the Atlanta area before they broke through nationally. They did all right on their home turf, but when they ventured into new territory in a converted airport shuttle bus, it cost money to get there, and they often lost money in the process. Read More

The Lost Trailers Reach End of the Road

The Lost Trailers, best known for their 2008 hit “Holler Back,” will stop hollering as a group before the end of 2010. The band announced on Friday that it would “finish out touring commitments” with the members moving on to separate careers by the end of the year. Nowhere in the release did the Trailers use the words “splitting” or “breaking up,” but a label representative confirmed that the band will indeed cease to exist once it closes out its current schedule. The latest date listed on the Trailers’ website is a Sept. 11 concert in South Jacksonville, Ill. Read More