Pat Green Prepares New Music

Pat Green will release his new album, Songs We Wish We’d Written II, on February 28. The project is a follow up to his 2001 collaboration with Cory Morrow, Songs We Wish We’d Written. The album is available for pre-order HERE. To celebrate, Pat is offering fans pre-order bundles that include exclusive t-shirts and koozies, [...] Read More

Miranda Lambert Extends The Revolution Continues Tour

Miranda Lambert has decided to keep the revolution going a little bit longer. She will extend her The Revolution Continues Tour through October with special guests Justin Moore and Randy Rogers Band. Little Big Town, Charlie Worsham and Pat Green will also appear on select dates. The last leg of the tour will kick off [...] Read More

Randy Rogers Is Big in Texas: What’s the Next Frontier?

Is Burning The Day the album that puts the Randy Rogers Band over the top? A number of folks on the Texas red-dirt scene are wondering if the album can break him nationally, but nobody’s hoping for that result more than Randy himself. The group played its first gig 10 years ago in San Marcos, Texas, at the Cheatham Street Warehouse, one of the venues George Strait played frequently on his way up. RRB built up a significant following in the Lone Star State with a series of independent albums and got noticed in Nashville, where they signed five years ago this month with Mercury Records. Both of their previous albums for the label hit the Top 10 on the Billboard country albums chart — particularly impressive because the band has never had a bona fide hit. Read More

GAC’s 4th of July Concert Guide

Grills will be fired up, flags will be waving and fireworks will be booming across the country this weekend in honor of America’s 234th birthday, but you can also catch some of your favorite country music artists in concert to celebrate the Fourth of July weekend. ** Willie Nelson’s Fourth of July picnic has become a [...] Read More