Artist Updates: Brothers Osborne, Carrie Underwood, Kip Moore, Griffin House

Brothers Osborne Toast Their New Album With Christmas Party

Brothers Osborne.

Brothers Osborne.

Carrying holiday cheer into East Nashville, Brothers Osborne celebrated the upcoming release of their debut album with a festive party at the Basement East on Tuesday night (Dec. 1). John and TJ Osborne spoke briefly from the stage to welcome the industry crowd, then previewed their album, Pawn Shop, over the sound system while guests (including labelmates Kacey Musgraves and Lauren Alaina) posed with friends in the photo booth and snacked on Christmas cookies. Featuring the hit single, “Stay a Little Longer,” Pawn Shop will be released on Jan. 15 on EMI Nashville.

 

Carrie Underwood Sings “Heartbeat” on UK’s The X Factor

Carrie Underwood. Photo: Syco/Thames/Corbis/Dymond

Carrie Underwood. Photo: Syco/Thames/Corbis/Dymond

Carrie Underwood performed her new single, “Heartbeat,” on the UK series, The X Factor, in London on Sunday (Nov. 29). She received a standing ovation from judges Simon Cowell, Cheryl Cole, Rita Ora, and Nick Grimshaw. The song is the second single from Underwood’s new album, Storyteller.

 

Kip Moore Extends His Wild Ones Tour

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Kip Moore will continue headlining his Wild Ones Tour in early 2016. The first stop of the 17-city tour will be Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on Jan. 28, with dates scheduled through February 27 in Anaheim, California. The Cadillac Three and Chase Bryant will open shows on select dates.

“The feedback from the fans this fall has been so insane and we’re having so much fun that we’re just not ready to end this tour yet,” said Moore. “We live for our live show. That’s how this whole journey started and I’m looking forward to playing some of our favorite cities at the beginning of the year, as well as having my buddies from The Cadillac Three and Chase Bryant along for the ride.”

 

Griffin House Releases “Paris Calling” From Upcoming Album

Griffin House

Griffin House

Nashville singer-songwriter Griffin House has released a song titled “Paris Calling” to show his support after terrorist attacks in Paris. House studied in Paris as a college student and wrote the new song about living in Nashville, but dreaming about going back to France.

“For me, Paris will always be a place that can be described by three words: magical, surreal, and enchanting. My heart is in love there – in love with life itself. I celebrated the completion of my album with a return this summer to my favorite city on Earth,” says House. “I was so saddened by this awful tragedy and the suffering it has brought to such a beautiful city and their beautiful people. I send this song out to the people of Paris, who I know will not let this darkness get in the way of the joyous life that abounds in the City of Light.”

Griffin will donate all proceeds from the sale of the single “Paris Calling” through the end of the year to Secours Populaire, a non-profit organization that aims to fight against poverty and exclusion in France and throughout the world. House’s album, So On and So Forth, will be released on March 4.

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