Trace Adkins is once again heading overseas to entertain the troops. The Louisiana native will embark on another USO Tour this spring, the 10th time in 13 years that he has performed for the worthwhile cause.
Montgomery Gentry do high-energy Southern rock with the best of them, and their new track, "Hillbilly Hippies," now available to preview exclusively on The Boot, is a prime example of that signature style.
Thomas Rhett just scored his third No.1 single with "Make Me Wanna," making the song -- which was written by Rhett along with Bart Butler and Larry McCoy -- his third chart-topping hit from his freshman It Goes Like This album. And while it might seem like Rhett had an advantage in the tough-as-nails country music industry, since Rhett Akins is his famous father, the proud dad says that all the credit belongs solely to his son.
In one of the most historic releases, in honor of Record Store Day this Saturday (April 18), a new recording of Waylon Jennings will be released. Titled Waylon 55, the album is from Jennings' stint as an 18-year-old radio show host on Littlefield, Tex. station KZZN, when the aspiring singer performed and conversed with local musicians for almost 35 minutes.
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