Sony Music Nashville’s Jordyn Shellhart released her debut album, In A Room, to iTunes this week. The album was first available at Best Buy through the store’s “@15” initiative. It features fifteen tracks written or co-written by the Franklin teenager who will mark her 16th birthday with her Grand Ole Opry debut on March 27.
Among the songs on In A Room are the flirty “Infinite X’s and O’s,” the defiant “Gravity,” and “Heaven Knows,” about her brother who passed away from undiagnosed Type 1 Diabetes.
Shellhart attends Centennial High School in Franklin, TN, and plans to graduate before pursuing a full-fledged country music career.
Capitol Records Nashville’s Luke Bryan has gone live with a new installment of the online performance series AOL Sessions. Included is a special performance of his recent No. 1 song “Do I,” featuring labelmates Lady Antebellum. The trio’s Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood co-wrote “Do I” with Bryan and play on the video below, while Hillary Scott offers backing vocals.
Bryan’s current and fastest rising single to date “Rain Is A Good Thing” is featured in the session, as well as his Top Ten hits “Country Man” and “All My Friends Say.”
He was recently voted ACM Top New Vocal Soloist, and is in the running for Top New Artist at the upcoming ACM Awards.
Bryan is busy on the road with Jason Aldean’s Wide Open Tour. He is touring in support of his second album, Doin’ My Thing, which debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard Country Albums chart.