Oak Ridge Boys – “We Don’t Know How to Stop”

The legendary Oak Ridge Boys have been touring for four decades, but the group is just now releasing their first live country album. The boys sat down with me for Yallwire to talk about their latest career move, the secret to sticking together over the years and how they don’t plan to slow down anytime soon. They also sing a little “Elvira” on the spot for our cameras. Cleopatra Records will release Boys Night Out on April 15th 2014, in three formats – CD, vinyl, and digital download.

Sarah Davidson – “You Can’t Fail at Destiny When You Follow Your Heart”

Singer Sarah Davidson sat down to perform a special acoustic performance for our Yallwire cameras in Nashville. Sarah is currently showcasing her music and life on the reality show Private Lives of Nashville Wives on TNT. She invited us in to her new home to talk about her professional and private journey, the challenges of being married to a songwriter and how their break up was all caught on camera, plus her EP set to hit store shelves March 25th, 2014

Sneak Peek at Jake Owen’s Days of Gold tour

Jake Owen is gearing up for his Days of Gold tour and he gave us a sneak peek at his set. Yallwire takes you to rehearsal with tiki bars and palm trees to chat with the county cutie about his beachin’ feel, how his little girl Pearl gets to tag along on the road and how he is known to be a bit accident prone. The tour kicks off March 20th 2014 in South Dakota.

Charles Esten, Darius Rucker, Jake Owen and more show support at T.J. Martell Honors Gala

Yallwire takes you on the red carpet for one of Nashville’s most high profile annual fundraisers, the T.J. Martell Honors Gala. The 6th annual 2014 Honors Gala event brought together host Charles (Chip) Esten, Tim McGraw, Kenny Chesney, Darius Rucker, Sheryl Crow, Blue Sky Riders, Jake Owen and a list of others. This year’s honorees are Nashville real estate visionary Mark Bloom, music industry icons Dale Morris and Mike Dungan, entrepreneur Beth Dortch Franklin and cancer research pioneer Scott Hiebert. The T.J. Martell Foundation is the music industry’s largest foundation that funds innovative medical research focused on finding cures for leukemia, cancer and AIDS. The Foundation has provided more than $260 million for research at top hospitals in the United States.

Dustin Lynch Flies High CRS Week

Country cutie Dustin Lynch has been flying high. In honor of CRS, Dustin flew radio promoters up in a private jet to listen to his new album. I chat with Dustin and his hat about his approach, his love life, touring with Keith Urban and what we can expect on this next album.

Dierks Bentley- A Riser

Dierks Bentley is giving fans a look into his life like never before. While he’s never been a stranger of sharing behind-the-scenes access on the road and in the studio, he’s releasing a film that documents the ups and downs following the death of his father through the birth of his first son – the story that inspired his upcoming seventh studio album Riser. Dierks talks with Yallwire host Stephanie Langston about the decision to have a crew follow him around for two years, how the big screen makes him a little nervous and what to expect next. His album will be released February 25th.

Parmalee celebrates 1st #1 with Carolina

It was a long trek, but Parmalee‘s hit “Carolina” made it to the #1 spot. “Carolina” is the longest-climbing single by a duo or group in the 24-year history of the Billboard Country Airplay Chart. Yallwire host Stephanie Langston takes us to the celebration at BMI to talk about the accomplishment and what’s next for the guys.

Cole Swindell – Chillin’ It At The Top

Country newcomer Cole Swindell has made his way from the merch table to the big stage with Luke Bryan. Fresh off the stage of Madison Square Garden, Swindell catches up with Yallwire host Stephanie Langston in Music City. The two chat about “Chillin’ It” climbing the top of the charts, his history with Luke, working on the set of his first music video and debut album.

We take you to the Musicians Hall of Fame for the 2014 inductees

The Musicians Hall of Fame inducted 12 new members, including bluesman Buddy Guy, British rock guitarist Peter Frampton and country singer Barbara Mandrell. This marked the first time members had been inducted into the hall of fame since 2009. It was also the first awards show in their new home inside the Municipal Auditorium. Also inducted during the ceremony in Nashville were Randy Bachman, Jimmy Capps, Will Lee, Corki Casey O’Dell and Velma Smith. Posthumous inductions went to Stevie Ray Vaughan, along with his band Double Trouble, and pedal steel guitarist Ben Keith. The Musicians Hall of Fame also gave their first Iconic Riff Award posthumously to Roy Orbison for “Pretty Woman,” and their first Industry Icon Award to Mike Curb, the founder of Curb Records. Yallwire takes you behind the scenes and to the show featuring performances by Neil Young, Duane Eddy, Brenda Lee, The Oak Ridge Boys and Chris Isaak.


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