2012 Rewind: No. 4 – Country Stars Come Together for Hurricane Sandy Victims

When disaster strikes, country music stars are always among the first to answer the call for help. After Hurricane Sandy devastated much of the Northeast in October, several artists came forward to offer their assistance. Throughout the CMA Awards, dedicated to hurricane victims by opening performer Jason Aldean, Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood encouraged viewers [...] Read More

Watch Gary Allan’s “Every Storm Runs Out of Rain” Video

Gary Allan‘s new video, “Every Storm Runs Out of Rain,” on USA Today is a message of hope — and Gary himself hopes it inspires fans to continue supporting Hurricane Sandy victims. He was scheduled to play Atlantic City the weekend the hurricane hit. “Obviously, that got canceled,” he said. “Two weeks later, we shot [...] Read More

Due West Offers Free Song to Aid Hurricane Sandy Victims

In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, Black River Entertainment — the record label home of Kellie Pickler, Craig Morgan, Sarah Darling, Due West and more — is offering a free download of the Due West song “What Would You Take” while encouraging donations to the American Red Cross and the Salvation Army to help victims of [...] Read More

Carrie Underwood Extends Blown Away Tour

Carrie Underwood has extended her Blown Away Tour into 2013, adding an additional 40 North American dates. The second leg is set to kick off in Colorado Springs on February 13. Including an international run in June, this will bring the tour’s total dates to over 100 shows. Hunter Hayes will remain on the tour [...] Read More

James Otto to Stream Benefit Concert Through StageIt

As a former resident of North Dakota, the devastating flooding in and around Minot, ND is hitting close to home for James Otto. To raise funds for Minot’s local Red Cross, James will host a live streaming benefit concert on StageIt.com on July 7. What’s more, a fan who has chosen to remain anonymous will [...] Read More