With a transcendent vocal, down-to-Earth storytelling and a Heaven-sent desire to glorify Jesus, Anne Wilson is one of Nashville’s most inspiring young trailblazers – a Lexington, Ky. native mixing the heart of Contemporary Christian Music, and the sound of Country. Finding her musical mission in the wake of tragedy, Wilson delivered her first public performance at 15 while singing “What a Beautiful Name” at her brother’s funeral in a moving expression of faith which soon went viral. Called in that moment to continue on, her 2021 debut single, “My Jesus,” marked the arrival of a new star, fusing personal conviction with upbeat roots energy to become a PLATINUM-certified No.1 on Billboard‘s Christian Airplay chart. The track made Wilson the first debut female solo artist in chart history to reach No.1 and went on to be named ASCAP’s 2022 Christian Music Awards Song of the Year. Now boasting 722M global career streams, her rise is gaining momentum. Wilson was nominated for a GRAMMY for her 2022 debut album My Jesus (the only female in the category for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album), and has already won two GMA Dove Awards (New Artist of the Year and Pop/Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year for “My Jesus”) and two K-LOVE Fan Awards (Female Artist of the Year and Breakout Single for “My Jesus”), while also scoring a coveted American Music Award nomination (Favorite Inspirational Artist). Making her Grand Ole Opry debut in 2021, Wilson continues to thrill live audiences, performing 150 shows in 2022 while being named to both the RIAA Class of 2022 and Pandora’s Artists to Watch 2023: Christian/Gospel, and also publishing a bestselling book titled My Jesus: From Heartache To Hope last fall. Wilson is looking ahead to a new chapter – one that builds on her vision, and continues to blur the musical divide. “It’s the heart of Christian Music, the sound of Country … and the hope of Jesus,” she says. “I hope it all points back to Him.”


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Parker McCollum has been bringing the heat to fans across the country with his exhilarating Burn It Down Tour. After recently announcing a 13-date extension, he is now giving fans even more by announcing three new tour stops with special guests Randy Rogers Band.

Newly added dates:

10.17.24 Prescott Valley, AZ Findlay Toyota Center
10.18.24 Tucson, AZ Tucson Arena
10.19.24 Las Vegas, NV Bakkt Theater at Planet Hollywood Las Vegas Resort & Casino

Tickets for these additional dates go on-sale on Friday, April 19th at 10:00am PDT.

This week it was announced that Parker has received two ACM Award nominations – Single of the Year and Visual Media of the Year for his fourth #1 hit single, “Burn It Down.” These nominations follow his 2022 ACM Awards win for New Male Artist of the Year. The 59th ACM Awards returns exclusively to Prime Video and the Amazon Music channel on Twitch Live from Ford Center at The Star in Frisco, TX on Thursday, May 16th.

Ahead of the ACM Awards, Parker will be hosting the upcoming Parker McCollum and Friends: ACM Lifting Lives LIVE, presented by Choctaw Casinos & Resorts on May 15th at TopGolf at The Colony, TX. The all-star event will raise money and awareness for ACM Lifting Lives, which works to improve lives through the power of music.

Tickets for Parker McCollum and Friends: ACM Lifting Lives LIVE are available here.

For a full list of Parker’s tour dates and tickets, please visit 


Tyler Hubbard continues to build on his touring and streaming success since the release of his self-titled solo debut last January. Today via EMI Nashville, Hubbard continues forging his path as a solo artist with his sophomore album Strong, further cementing his position as a staple in country music. 


Hubbard co-produced the album alongside Jordan Schmidt, and he wrote or co-wrote each of the 13 tracks. The result is a dynamic and vibrant collection of songs that showcase Hubbard’s free-spirited energy and his ability to craft songs that highlight life’s most memorable moments.

On Strong, the 21-time No. 1 hitmaker finds magic in young love on spirited tracks including “Park” and “BNA,” embraces the good times on “American Mellencamp” and “Night Like That,” and displays his passion for family and fatherhood on songs such as “‘73 Beetle” and the title track.

Album track and Hubbard’s current radio single “Back Then Right Now” is currently top 5 and climbing at Country radio.

Since releasing his RIAA Gold-certified self-titled debut album last January (1.2 billion+ global streams), Hubbard’s first single “5 Foot 9” has earned more than 553M streams and is certified RIAA 2x Platinum. His follow-up single “Dancin’ In The Country” has amassed more than 402M streams and is certified RIAA Platinum.

Hubbard will throw the first pitch at the Chicago White Sox game on Saturday (4.13), and he will perform songs from ‘Strong’ on Good Morning America on Monday (4.15) and on The Kelly Clarkson Show on Thursday (4.18). Check local listings for tune-in information.

Hubbard is currently on Kane Brown’s In The Air Tour, which kicked off last month and includes stops in Houston, Las Vegas, Atlanta, Los Angeles and more. He’ll also perform at multiple festivals including Boots In The Park in Tempe, AZ and Faster Horses in Brooklyn, MI.

For more information, visit


‘Strong’ Tracklist:

  1. Wish You Would

(Tyler Hubbard, Corey Crowder and Chris LaCorte)


  1. Park

(Tyler Hubbard, Jesse Frasure, Ashley Gorley and Canaan Smith)


  1. A Lot With A Little

(Tyler Hubbard, Casey Brown and Parker Welling)


  1. Night Like That

(Tyler Hubbard, Andy Albert and Jordan Schmidt)


  1. Take Me Back

(Tyler Hubbard, Corey Crowder and Chris LaCorte)


  1. Back Then Right Now

(Tyler Hubbard, Jessie Jo Dillon, David Garcia and Geoff Warburton)


  1. Vegas

(Tyler Hubbard, Andy Albert and Jordan Schmidt)


  1. Turn

(Tyler Hubbard, Casey Brown and Josh Miller)


  1. American Mellencamp

(Tyler Hubbard, Jaren Johnston and Jordan Schmidt)


  1. BNA

(Tyler Hubbard, Chase McGill and Jordan Schmidt)


  1. Summer Talkin’

(Tyler Hubbard, Jessie Jo Dillon, Jesse Frasure and Ashley Gorley)


  1. ‘73 Beetle

(Tyler Hubbard)


  1. Strong

(Tyler Hubbard, Matt Dragstrem and Josh Miller)


Tyler Hubbard On Tour:

Fri., Apr. 12 | Allstate Arena | Rosemont, IL^

Thurs., Apr. 18 | Wells Fargo Arena | Des Moines, IA^

Fri., Apr. 19 | Target Center | Minneapolis, MN^

Sat., Apr. 20 | Alerus Center | Grand Forks, ND^

Fri., Apr. 26 | United Supermarkets Arena | Lubbock, TX^

Sat., Apr. 27 | Toyota Center | Houston, TX^

Sun., Apr. 28 | Moody Center | Austin, TX^

Thurs., May 9 | Matthew Knight Arena | Eugene, OR^

Fri., May 10 | Golden 1 Center | Sacramento, CA^

Sat., May 11 | Golden 1 Center | Sacramento, CA^

Fri., May 17 | Delta Center | Salt Lake City, UT^

Sat., May 18 | T-Mobile Arena | Las Vegas, NV^

Sun., May 19 | Boots In The Park | Tempe, AZ

Thurs., May 30 | Amway Center | Orlando, FL^

Fri., May 31 | Amalie Arena | Tampa, FL^

Sat., Jun. 1 | Amalie Arena | Tampa, FL^

Fri., Jun. 7 | PNC Arena | Raleigh, NC^

Sat., Jun. 8 | State Farm Arena | Atlanta, GA^

Fri., Jun. 14 | Ozarks Amphitheater | Camdenton, MO

Sat., Jun. 15 | Boots In The Street | Sidney, OH

Sat., Jun. 29 | Lakes Jam 2024 | Brainerd, MN

Fri., Jul. 19 | Faster Horses Festival | Brooklyn, MI

Fri., Jul. 26 | Kingsport Fun Fest | Kingsport, TN

Sat., Jul. 27 | Jam At The Dam | Monroe, CT

Tues., Jul. 30 | Cattaraugus County Fair | Little Valley, NY

Fri., Aug. 2 | County Line Country Fest | Prairie Du Chien, WI

Thurs., Aug. 15 | CMAC Performing Arts Center | Canandaigua, NY

Fri., Aug. 16 | Lasso Festival de Musique Country | Montréal, QC, CA

Sun., Aug. 18 | Indian Ranch | Webster, MA

Sat., Aug. 24 | BMO Stadium | Los Angeles, CA^

Fri., Aug. 30 | Denim On The Diamond | Kelowna, BC, CA

Thurs., Sept. 5 | Tri-State Rodeo | Fort Madison, IA

Fri., Oct. 4 | Deni Ute Muster | Deniliquin, NSW, AUS


^supporting Kane Brown






Audio / Tyler Hubbard explains what he hopes fans go away with after listening to his new album Strong.


Tyler Hubbard (hopes for fans listening to Strong) OC: …take with them. 1:03
“I think with any album, I think my hope is that they get to know me a better through the songs, but also get to know theirselves a bit better. You know, a lot of these songs for me were very self-discovery, if you will. A lot of self-discovery going on when you’re opening yourself up and you’re being vulnerable. And yes, some of these songs are fun and some of these songs are less vulnerable and just sort of like lighthearted and not anything we need to overthink, but then some of these songs are super real, super vulnerable, super authentic, and I think that’s a fun place to kind of go as a creative and I think it’s fun to challenge my fans to kind of do the same thing and look a little deeper into who they are and explore what makes ‘em tick a little bit, what makes ‘em go. So, I hope it does that for them. I also just hope brings people joy. I think there’s a lot of fun on this album. I think there’s a lot of joy in my heart, in my spirit, for my life and for my family, and I hope that it overflows into my music and I hope people hear the album or come to a live show, I hope they leave feeling kind of filled up with joy and just made a good memory that they can take with them.”

Audio / LINER Tyler Hubbard (available now)



The demand for George Strait‘s only show in Texas in 2024, ‘The King at Kyle Field’ on June 15th, is so great that he is on track to best his own all-time indoor attendance record of 104,793 set in 2014 at his final Cowboy Rides Away finale at AT&T Stadium. The San Antonio Express-News reported the news earlier this week.

“George has always said he has the best fans, and there’s nothing like a Texas crowd,” shares longtime promoter and founder of Messina Touring Group, Louis Messina. “We knew the show at Kyle Field would be exciting as it’s the first-ever one of its size to be held in the stadium, but even I didn’t expect we’d sell over 100,000 tickets in just a few days. He’ll play to more people in one night than we did at AT&T in 2014! It’s a testament to George’s reputation as an entertainer and performer that here we are, still setting records and personal bests years later.”

Announced on March 19, it’s the shortest time in Strait’s career that a single show has moved over 100,000 tickets. On June 15th, the King of Country Music will be joined by special guests Parker McCollum and Catie Offerman.  Just fyi–it’s a great present for Parker to perform with the King since it’s also his birthday on June 15th.

The news follows the recent announcement that Strait will once again team up with Chris Stapleton to perform one-off stadium dates this year with stops at New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium, Chicago’s Soldier Field, Las Vegas’ Allegiant Stadium and more. Joining Strait and Stapleton for those nine dates are special guests Little Big Town.

Strait’s 2024 Concert Calendar:
5/4  Lucas Oil Stadium  Indianapolis, IN
5/11 EverBank Stadium  Jacksonville, FL
5/25 Jack Trice Stadium  Ames, IA
6/1  Bank of America Stadium  Charlotte, NC
6/8  MetLife Stadium  East Rutherford, NJ
6/15 Kyle Field  College Station, TX
6/29 Rice-Eccles Stadium  Salt Lake City, UT
7/13 Ford Field   Detroit, MI
7/20 Soldier Field   Chicago, IL
12/7 Allegiant Stadium  Las Vegas, NV

For more information and to purchase tickets to all upcoming dates, visit


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