Thomas Rhett Teams With Maren Morris On New Single
Thomas Rhett has paired with Maren Morris for “Craving You,” the first single from his upcoming third studio album. The track will release to radio on Friday, March 31.
“I remember hearing ‘Craving You’ and was immediately blown away by the story behind the longing of this guy who can’t wait to see his girl again,” said Rhett. “There’s this 80s vibe that’s rocking throughout this track that makes it really euphoric. It was so nice to be able to work with Maren whose voice is undeniably powerful and soulful, and just really adds a lot of intensity to the song.”
The project follows Rhett’s Platinum-certified album Tangled Up Deluxe, which includes his recent seventh No. 1 song “Star of the Show,” as well as his six-week chart-topper “Die A Happy Man.”
Luke Bryan, Dierks Bentley To Appear On CBS This Morning, The Late Show With Stephen Colbert
On Wednesday, March 29, 52nd Academy Of Country Music Awards co-hosts, Luke Bryan and Dierks Bentley, will appear on CBS This Morning for a sit-down interview and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert for a sit-down interview and performance.
The CBS appearances will be in support of the 52nd ACM Awards®, which will be broadcast live from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas Sunday, April 2 (live 8:00-11:00 p.m., ET/delayed PT) on the same network.
The Cadillac Three To Release Limited Edition Vinyl Set For Record Store Day
The Cadillac Three will release a limited-edition vinyl, Live At Abbey Road, for Record Store Day on April 22. From the North London studio, the band recorded live versions of several tracks from their debut album Bury Me In My Boots.
“We’re three guys from Music City, where some of the coolest grooves and talented players from any genre have recorded,” said The Cadillac Three frontman and songwriter Jaren Johnston. “So many of those influences are on what we do today, and I think fans will feel it in the energy from these live tracks.”
Drummer Neil Mason added, “It’s still pretty surreal that we’ve gone from high school days of rehearsing in my parents’ basement to selling out shows in the UK and being invited to record at Abbey Road! We wanted this Record Store Day exclusive to be a special way for our fans to enjoy these bucket-list moments too.”
Restless Heart Announces New Tour, Including Nashville Date
Restless Heart has announced the first leg of its 2017 North American tour, including the Nashville Palace, on April 21. The tour launches tonight (March 24) in Florence, Oregon, visiting several cities in Texas, Louisiana, and other states.
“My favorite part about touring each year is seeing the familiar faces of our incredible fans in every crowd,” says Restless Heart keyboardist/vocalist Dave Innis. “After all these years, it’s more like family, especially since so many are raising a new generation of Restless Heart fans to keep us ‘rollin’ down the highway!'”
“It’s a great feeling going into each touring season knowing that we get to once again hit the stage every night with the original five guys still on top of our game,” adds Restless Heart lead singer Larry Stewart. “Time to get the show on the road!”
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