Brett Young will team with Boyz II Men for an upcoming CMT Crossroads.
The one-hour show, which will be filmed at Studio A at the Grand Ole Opry House, will premiere on March 27 at 10 p.m. ET/PT and will feature the artists collaborating on each other’s hits.
Since bursting on the scene in 2016, Brett has scored a number of No. 1 hits, including “In Case You Didn’t Know,” “Like I Loved You” and “Mercy.” He released his sophomore album, Ticket to L.A., in December 2018.
Over their 27-year career, Boyz II Men holds the distinction of being the best-selling R&B group of all time, having sold more than 64 million albums worldwide.
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Don't look now, but the Mountain man hasn't dropped a novelty or party anthem since "Somewhere on a Beach"
It's so lifelike, you wouldn't want to eat it!
After five years, a self-titled EP and a Top 40 single, Jordan Walker and Johnny McGuire of duo Walker McGuire have disbanded.
The duo posted the announcement on its Instagram page on Feb. 26, stating: “As we posted earlier this week, we regret to inform everyone we’ve decided to end Walker McGuire. We want to thank everyone for their support and for following us on our journey the last five + years. You guys can keep up with both of us at @jordanwalker2 & @mcguirejohn.”
Walker McGuire’s 2017 single, “’Til Tomorrow,” peaked at No. 35 on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart.View this post on Instagram
As we posted earlier this week, we regret to inform everyone we’ve decided to end Walker McGuire. We want to thank everyone for their support and for following us on our journey the last five + years. You guys can keep up with both of us at @jordanwalker2 & @mcguirejohn . . **This account will be deleted one week from today**
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In celebration of his current single, “Love You Too Late,” Cole Swindell is showing off his wry sense of humor by reading a bunch of Craiglist’s “Missed Connections” ads.
If you’re not familiar with “Missed Connections,” it’s a personal advertisement that arises after two people “meet” but don’t exchange contact info, for one reason or another—it’s the Internet’s version of a message in a bottle.
As Cole tries to score the ninth No. 1 hit of his singing career with “Love You Too Late,” he decided to read a selection of ads and remind people, “Don’t say I love you too late.”
Penned by Cole, Michael Carter and Brandon Kinney, “Love You Too Late” is currently No. 35 on Billboard Country Airplay chart.
Watch Cole read the ads below.
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He knows what he likes, and he likes Cody Johnson's music.
"I was thinking about the way music is being churned out right now, at a record pace ..."
"We knew we really liked each other, but we weren’t sure about it, so we were just friends for about a year, and then we realized we really loved each other ..."
"I didn't even know they had put it on there. I wasn't even a signed artist!"
Get to know the up-and-comer, who will be out on tour with Morgan Wallen and Florida Georgia Line in 2019.
On Feb. 27, 1990, Jackson released 'Here In The Real World' on Arista Records.
After an encounter with reporters in an airport, Lambert is asking that the world lay off her business for a while.
Hannah Kay won over Blake Shelton with an authentic take on "Coal Miner's Daughter."
A two-day, 20-station radiothon earlier this month was the most successful in the media company's history.
Fans were understandably shocked.
'If I say something, will you please leave?' the singer told reporters.
Not much will ruin Chris Janson's mood.
Your favorite country stars may not be who you think they are!
The "Keep It Simple" video is a throwback to, well, a simpler time.