TroyOlsen

Troy Olsen Has a Smokin’ Guitar
If the Professor on 'Gilligan's Island' could fashion a radio from two coconuts, why can't Troy Olsen make a guitar from a cigar box? But unlike the Professor's radio, the EMI Nashville artist's creation actually works. Appropriately enough, he played it on 'Good H…
Troy Olsen Not ‘Let Down’ by ‘Country Strong’
Troy Olsen has picked up his phone to a lot of great news over the last year. First, there was the call from Capitol Records, offering him a deal on its new imprint, EMI Records Nashville. Then came the call to say that Tim McGraw was going to cut a song he wrote, 'Ghost Town Train...
Dierks Bentley, Sara Evans + More Take the ‘Wheel’
More than 12,000 fans packed the Lake Elisnore, Calif. Diamond this past weekend for the two-day Wagon Wheel Country Music Festival. Dierks Bentley, Lee Ann Womack, Sara Evans, James Otto, Randy Houser, Troy Olsen, Dwight Yoakam and more all entertained the fans with their own hits and a few classic…
Jennette McCurdy Excited for Party With Pals
Darius Rucker, Luke Bryan, Jennette McCurdy, Walker Hayes and Troy Olsen are set to perform this Wednesday, October 13 at Capitol Street Party 3, the third annual free concert hosted by Capitol Records Nashville, which takes place on Demonbreun Street near the city's famed Music Row...
Troy Olsen Will ‘Get Right Tonight’ on Tour
Troy Olsen fans will have the chance to catch the Arizona cowboy in concert when the he takes to the road for his Get Right Tonight tour. While the southwestern U.S. has been aware of Troy for some time, the rest of the country will now see the singer/songwriter in his element, getting back to the c…
Troy Olsen’s Got a Hot ‘Summer Thing’
While Arizona and New Mexico have been keeping Troy Olsen a simmering secret for more than ten years, EMI Records and iTunes are letting the proverbial cat out of the bag, sharing this triple-talented new artist with the rest of us. While his self-titled album won't be released in full until later i…
Capitol Nashville Announces New Record Label
Capitol Nashville, the record label that is home to Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum, Dierks Bentley, Darius Rucker, Little Big Town, Luke Bryan, Eric Church and Emily West has announced the formation of a sister label. According to Music Row, the new imprint will be called EMI Records Nashville, and th…