Chris Stapleton has announced he’s taking his “All-American Road Show” across the pond to the U.K. next year with special guest, Marty Stuart. The trek will launch October 16th in Manchester with stops in Glasgow, Dublin and Birmingham before wrapping October 23rd in London. Tickets for the U.K. leg go on sale Friday (September 29th).
JUST ANNOUNCED: The All-American Road Show goes across the pond to the United Kingdom and Ireland in October 2024 with special guest, @martystuarthq.
As you know, Chris Stapleton is now the voice of the opening song for Monday Night Football, but he was also featured during the broadcast Monday (September 25th) in a preview of Dolly Parton‘s forthcoming album, Rockstar. Dolly’s version of “Night Moves” from the album features Chris. In the coming weeks, more of Dolly’s tracks will be featured during MNF.
Kylie Morgan performed the National Anthem prior to the Monday Night Football matchup (September 25th) between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Los Angeles Rams. The Bengals won 19-16. She returns to the road on Old Dominion’s No Bad Vibes Tour on Thursday (September 28th) in Charleston, South Carolina.
Tyler Hubbard rushed from his tour stop in Las Vegas to a venue across town to perform the No. 1 hit, “Meant To Be,” with his friend and co-writer Bebe Rexha.
Eric Church is one of the headliners for next year’s Stagecoach Festival, and he’ll be joined by Miranda Lambert and Morgan Wallen. Taking place on April 26th – April 28th, 2024, the annual country music festival will again be held at Empire Polo Club in Indio, California.
Luke Grimes, Maddie & Tae, Josh Ross, Kylie Morgan and The War And Treaty will perform, as well as Jelly Roll, Elle King, Dwight Yoakam, Post Malone, Willie Nelson & Family, Hardy, Ernest, Bailey Zimmerman, Clint Black, Megan Moroney, Pam Tillis, The Beach Boys and Nickelback, among others.
Tickets go on sale next Friday (September 15th) at 11am PT.
Are y’all fired up? Stagecoach 2024 goes on sale next Friday, 9/15 at 11am PT 🔥
With nearly 400 million global streams, a CMT Music Awards nomination, and a successful headline tour already highlighting 2023, EMI Records Nashville singer-songwriter Kylie Morgan unveils her debut album, Making It Up As I Go, releasing October 13 and available to pre-order now. The project’s title track is out today (September 1st), and fans can join Kylie to celebrate the announcement as she goes live at 1:30 p.m. CT, ahead of the “Making It Up As I Go” official music video premiere, as part of the exclusive Multi Format Program with YouTube Music.
Kylie shares, “This album is for the in-betweeners. The ones who pretend to have it all figured out but are still finding out where they want to go, who they want to be, and how to get there. Whether you’re a child who’s supposed to feel like a teenager, a teenager who’s supposed to feel like a grown up or a grown up that still feels like a child. We’re all just doing our best and I hope this is the soundtrack to your journey. Cause if we’re all being honest… we’re just makin’ it up as we go.”
Kylie’s debut album follows the success of her bold breakout track “If He Wanted To He Would,” which is included on the project, along with recent releases “A Few Hearts Ago” and “Sugar Daddy.” The 12-song track list features two self-penned songs, plus co-writes alongside Music Row’s most promising songwriters. Kylie’s signature vulnerable storytelling combines with empowering anthems, for a refreshing relatability that meets fans right where they are, in any stage of life.
Kylie Morgan’s Making It Up As I Go Track List:
“Making It Up As I Go” (Kylie Morgan, KK Johnson, Jordan Minton) ^
“Class Rings” (Kylie Morgan, Ben Foster and Jack Newsome) ~
“Country Girl” (Kylie Morgan, Gabe Foust, Nate Kenyon and Lance Miller)
“Sugar Daddy” (Kylie Morgan, James McNair and Seth Mosley) #
“Ladies First” (Kylie Morgan, Ben Goldsmith, Josh Jenkins) >
“A Few Hearts Ago” (Kylie Morgan, Casey Brown, James McNair) <
“Quarter Life Crisis” (Kylie Morgan)
“If He Wanted To He Would” (Kylie Morgan, Zandi Holup, Ben Johnson)
“Don’t Stay Gone Too Long” (Kylie Morgan, Nelly Joy, Jason Massey) %
“Old Me” (Kylie Morgan, Megan Conner, Jeff Garrison) +
Produced by Shane McAnally and Ben Johnson
*Produced by Shane McAnally, Ben Johnson and The 720
^Produced by KK Johnson
~Produced by Jack Newsome
#Produced by Seth Mosley and Malcolm “X” O’Connor
>Produced by Ben Goldsmith
<Produced by Casey Brown
%Produced by Jason Massey
+Produced by Jeff Garrison
After hitting both coasts on her headlining Independent With You Tour this spring and taking the stage at high-profile festivals through summer, she will support Old Dominion on the No Bad Vibes Tour, kicking off next week (9/7). Set to join the band in major markets across the U.S., Kylie will take the stage in Atlanta, Los Angeles, Chicago, Nashville and more. For tickets and a full list of tour dates, visit https://www.kyliemorgan.com/tour/.
Kylie Morgan is sharing an authentic and familiar perspective on love with her new track “A Few Hearts Ago,”out everywhere today. Written by Kylie alongside Casey Brown and James McNair, and produced by Brown, Kylie reflects on the journey from heartbreak to healing with the lyrics:
A few hearts ago
I was closin’ down a few bars ago
In the wrong backseat a few cars ago
Wishin’ for you a few stars ago
Down a lonely road
A few hearts ago
Woulda broke yours, I’d be missin’ out
Wouldn’t have these lips I’m kissin’ now
Time did what it’s supposed to do
Thank God I didn’t meet you
A few hearts ago
“A Few Hearts Ago” follows Kylie’s recent track “Sugar Daddy” as a first look at new music set to be released soon. Claiming her place in country music with her debut single, “If He Wanted To He Would,” she earned a CMT Music Awards nomination for Breakthrough Female Video, and headlined her own Independent With You Tour this spring. She will join Old Dominion later this year on the No Bad Vibes Tour and is on the road this summer – including taking the stage at Watershed Festival in Quincy, WA today (8/4). For tickets and a full list of upcoming tour dates, visit KylieMorgan.com.
Audio / Kylie Morgan talks about her new song, "A Few Hearts Ago."
Kylie Morgan (A Few Hearts Ago) OC: …worked out. :10
“Hey y’all, it’s Kylie Morgan. My new song ‘A Few Hearts Ago’ is about meeting the right person at the right time, and if you would’ve met them any sooner, it most likely wouldn’t have worked out.”
Little Big Town and Parker McCollum will take part in an all-star tribute to Ronnie Milsap during his final Nashville stop on October 3rd. Tickets for the show go on sale Friday (June 9th) at 10am CT via Ticketmaster. The concert will also feature performances by Kelly Clarkson, Justin Moore, Scotty McCreery, Tracy Lawrence, Randy Houser, Sara Evans, Lorrie Morgan, NealMcCoy, BRELAND, Phil Vassar, Terri Clark, The Band of Heathens, Charlie McCoy and more.
Hannah Corbin’s Country Happy Hour returns for Season 4 on Friday (June 9th) at 3pm ET, and the series will feature the music of several of the biggest names in country music. Hannah is one of Peloton’s lead instructors, and this class is the only country focused series Peloton has and will include songs by Carrie Underwood, Luke Bryan, Dierks Bentley, Jordan Davis, Brothers Osborne and Kylie Morgan. Classes will be live beginning at 3pm ET, but you can also take them at any time after they debut. Also, Peloton has asked Kylie to join them in studio for a “from ride to dine” Happy Hour on July 7th. Kylie will take the class and then have a real-time happy hour post-class.
A bio-pic on the life of Glen Campbell is currently in development by director Justin Chadwick and producer James Keach (who directed the documentary on Campbell I’ll Be Me). Currently titled Rhinestone Cowboy, after the legendary performer’s 1975 chart-topper of the same name, the film reportedly has Tim McGraw attached to it.
KylieMorgan loves being a big sister to Raylee, who seems to be following in the country singer’s footsteps. Kylie prayed and wished for a baby sister, and she finally got one when she was 10 years old.
“Man, I prayed and begged and asked for a little sister for 10 years,” says Kylie. “Every single Easter, every single Christmas, I asked the tooth fairy one time, and I don’t think you can even do that. And I wanted someone, I wanted a friend, I wanted a built-in best friend, and that’s what I got after all these years. I will never forget the time when my mom and dad told me they were pregnant, and I was just so overwhelmed with joy that I already felt a sense of just connection even before she got here because the fact of having a little sister and always having a reflection of you is what was so important to me. That’s why I continue to actually try and be better is for her, because I want her to learn from my mistakes and I have made a lot of them and not proud of a lot of ‘em, but I would make them all over again if it taught her even one thing. And just to have someone that I can always love through anything and her love me back is just something that you can’t ever put into words.”
Kylie is climbing the country charts with her single “If He Wanted To He Would,” which just got an extra boost from Kelly Clarkson on her television show. Earlier this week, Kelly performed the song as part of her Kellyoke which opens the show.
Kylie Morgan (little sister) OC: …into words. 1:01 “Man, I prayed and begged and asked for a little sister for 10 years. Every single Easter, every single Christmas, I asked the tooth fairy one time, and I don’t think you can even do that. And I wanted someone, I wanted a friend, I wanted a built-in best friend, and that’s what I got after all these years. I will never forget the time when my mom and dad told me they were pregnant and I was just so overwhelmed with joy that I already felt a sense of just connection even before she got here because the fact of having a little sister and always having a reflection of you is what was so important to me. That’s why I continue to actually try and be better is for her, because I want her to learn from my mistakes and I have made a lot of them and not proud of a lot of ‘em, but I would make them all over again if it taught her even one thing. And just to have someone that I can always love through anything and her love me back is just something that you can’t ever put into words.”
Kylie Morgan is bossing up with her brand-new track, “Sugar Daddy,”out today. Penned by Kylie with James McNair and Seth Mosley, the upbeat, empowering song places high value on hard work, as she sings:
Make your own money, honey
Wouldn’t life be sweet
You don’t need a rich man to buy you what you need
Faking love for diamonds, baby, that won’t make you happy
Fill your own pockets
Be your own sugar daddy
With more new music on the way, Kylie’s debut single “If He Wanted To He Would” is currently climbing the country charts and has tallied more than 90 million streams. She continues to turn heads as one of the genre’s most exciting new artists, recently named Billboard’s “Country Rookie of the Month,” and scored her first-ever award nomination at the 2023 CMT Music Awards for Breakthrough Female Video of the Year. This weekend, she will wrap up her headlining Independent With You Tour with stops in Omaha, NE (4/28) and Kansas City, MO (4/29). For tickets and a full list of upcoming tour dates, visit KylieMorgan.com.
About Kylie Morgan: Exuberant and ethereal, Kylie Morgan is turning heads with her EP P.S., out everywhere now. Pairing articulate, coming-of-age revelations with fun up-tempo anthems, P.S. features seven tracks each co-written by Kylie, including her debut single to country radio, “If He Wanted To He Would.” P.S. is the anticipated follow-up to her breakout EP, Love, Kylie – a bold introduction that scored the Oklahoma native a place as one of CMT’s Next Women of Country, VEVO’s 2021 DSCVR Artists to Watch, and to CMA’s coveted KixStart program. Already surpassing 250 MILLION global streams, Kylie has been praised for her “powerful voice” (CMT) with “infectious arrangements, irresistibly clever lyrics and a vibrant, empowering energy” (American Songwriter). Currently on her first-ever headlining Independent With You Tour, she has previously opened for artists including Dan + Shay, Little Big Town, Maren Morris, Kip Moore, Jason Derulo, Gavin DeGraw, Brett Eldredge and Billy Currington.