Dierks Bentley, ‘Country & Cold Cans’ Release in August
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — A few years ago Dierks Bentley went hard against country music convention by releasing a rockin’ bluegrass-roots album. He’s decided to break the rules again.
This time around, Bentley is releasing a new four-song EP called “Country & Cold Cans” even while his last album continues to chart hit singles. Turns out Bentley just wanted to have a little fun with his friends.
“Sometimes that should be the driving force in your decisions, you know?” Bentley said. “It doesn’t always have to be a business decision or well-thought-out plan. Just go out there, have fun, do it with some friends and put out some new tunes.”
Darius Rucker Prepares to Release New Single
It’s been nearly two years since Darius Rucker released a full-length studio album, but there’s good news– fans won’t have to wait too much longer for new music.
Rucker is currently putting the finishing touches on his third album, due this fall. In just a few weeks, he’ll kick off the album with the release of a new single entitled ”True Believers.”
“We just finished the vocal for the single, and I’m excited,” I think this is the best record I’ve ever made, and I can’t stop listening to it.
Kenny Chesney Joins Farm Aid 2012
Kenny Chesney will join Farm Aid at its annual benefit concert at Hersheypark Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 22, the organization announced today.
“Growing up in a small town outside Knoxville, family farmers were a big part of our community,” said Chesney, who is from Luttrell, Tenn. “I am proud to play on the Farm Aid stage again, especially in Central Pennsylvania, where agriculture is at the heart of the community.