Latest Release in Country Faith Series, Country Faith: Love Songs, available this Friday, January 26th

Nashville, Tenn. – January 24, 2018) – The Country Faith music series is gearing up for the release of Country Faith: Love Songs, to be released this Friday, January 26. Country Faith: Love Songs features romantic tracks from some of today’s leading Country stars, including Keith Urban, Tim McGraw, Phil Vassar, The Judds, Randy Travis and more, delivering songs of faith, hope, and love.

The standard full-length studio album consisting of country music’s biggest stars and their best love songs will be released through digital outlets, iTunes and Amazon, as well as physical stores, like Walmart. Additionally, a deluxe version with two bonus tracks added will be exclusively available at Cracker Barrel locations. The album is the sixth release in the series and will be distributed by Curb|Word Entertainment.

The series was originally inspired by the popular books written byDeborah Evans Price, Country Faith (No.1 on People Magazine’s Special Country Edition) and Country Faith Christmas (feat. onBillboard, Country Weekly & iTunes Top 10 Country Albums Chart). She’s a Country Music Association award-winning journalist, as well as a freelance writer for Billboard, Sounds Like Nashville, Rolling Stone Country, First for Women, Redbook and Simple Grace. Price is the co-founder of Country Faith LLC where, “Celebrating the Heart and Soul of Country Music,” is her ultimate goal.

Price stated about the new release, “Love and faith are two of the world’s most powerful forces and they intersect beautifully in the music of Country Faith Love Songs.” 

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Restless Heart Announces 35th Anniversary Tour

Restless Heart will be on the road in 2018 celebrating their 35th Anniversary

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Volunteer Jam XX Coming Up in March

Some of the biggest names in country and rock will honor Charlie Daniels at the Volunteer Jam XX: A Tribute to Charlie. The all-star concert event is set for March 7, 2018 at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena.

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Gaithers, Gatlins and Oak Ridge Boys New Project


NASHVILLE, Tenn.—January 9th–Country and gospel music icons the Gaither Vocal Band, The Gatlin Brothers and The Oak Ridge Boys recently joined together for a special LIVE recording of classic hits and timeless gospel favorites.  The three GRAMMY®, CMA, ACM and GMA DOVE Award-winning artists reflected on their gospel music roots and influences, performed some of their most popular songs and combined harmonies for numerous once-in-a-lifetime collaborations. 


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Ray Stevens Announces Opening of New Venue: “CabaRay”

Nashville, Tenn. (January 4, 2018) — After nearly two years of excavation, construction, furnishing and outfitting, country and comedy music legend Ray Stevens is finally ready to unveil his new state-of-the-art Nashville showroom, CabaRay. Today, Stevens announced his grand opening celebration set to take place January 1819 and 20.

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Public Memorial Service Set for Mel Tillis

Nashville, Tenn. (January 3, 2018) – The Tillis family has announced details for a public memorial service for the late Mel Tillis. On WednesdayJanuary 31 at10:00 a.m., family, friends, fans, and music industry colleagues, will gather atNashville‘s historic Ryman Auditoriumto honor the life and career of theCountry Music Hall of Famer.

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Queen of Rockabilly Wanda Jackson Releases New Autobiography



Someone called Wanda Jackson the Queen of Rockabilly a while back and the tag stuck, probably because she earned it.

From the evidence in Jackson’s new autobiography, though, it might be more accurate to call her a Pioneer of Americana.

Every Night Is Saturday Night (BMG. $24.95), written with music journalist Scott B. Bomar, takes the reader on Jackson’s ride through a half dozen major styles of popular American music over the last 60 years.

Besides rockabilly, she recorded classic country, modern country, blues, folk, gospel and pop. It’s an odyssey that served her well artistically and yet often seemed to thwart her chances for greater commercial success.

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Charlie Daniel’s Lines Up 2018 Volunteer Jam

Rolling Stone reports that legendary country music singer Charlie Daniel’s has added talent to the roster for the 2018 Volunteer Jam.

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Johnny Cash’s Boyhood Home Considered for Historic Nomination

The boyhood home of country music icon Johnny Cash is being considered as a nominee for inclusion on the National Register of Historic Places.

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Funeral Arrangements Announced for Mel Tillis

Funeral arrangements have been announced for the late Mel Tillis who passed away early Sunday morning.

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