The War And Treaty


Trailblazing husband-and-wife duo The War And Treaty expand on their sound that cuts through the whole of Southern music tradition with their forthcoming milestone album, LOVER’S GAME, available March 10. The 10-song collection produced by Dave Cobb, marks their first major-label release under Mercury Nashville as it finds Michael Trotter Jr. and Tanya Trotter offering a unique perspective on shifting cultural and musical tides while pulling back the layers of a maturing relationship.

“There is no greater or higher calling in life than to be conduits of love and that’s exactly what LOVER’S GAME is to us,” says Tanya Trotter. “From the opening guitar riff to the last piano note on this record…love is the intention and love is the subject that can’t be ignored. We’ve been through every facet of it together and we could not be more excited to share another layer of our story.”

The previously released BLANK PAGE EP offered an introduction to the full LOVER’S GAME sonic landscape with songs like the title track “showcasing their genre-crossing essence” (NPR) while “That’s How Love Is Made” echoes “the sound of pure love that shatters and defies every musical category,” (MusicRow)The spirit-lifting “Angel” soars on wings of gratitude, while “Have You a Heart” aches for real partnership. “Ain’t No Harmin’ Me” offers fire-and-brimstone harmony, while “Yesterday’s Burn” is a devoted partner pledge to soothe all scars, no matter how deep they go. The War And Treaty dug deep into the lessons their love has laid bare, with more than 100 songs written over the last two years before completing LOVER’S GAME.




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Chris Stapleton was the musical guest on NBC’s Saturday Night Live this past weekend (April 13th). He performed a pair of songs from his latest album, Higher. First up with his most recent chart-topper, “White Horse,” which he co-wrote with Dan Wilson.

His second performance of the night, he showcased his incredible vocals and songwriting on “Mountains of My Mind.”


Chris is currently making his way up the country charts with his single, “Think I’m In Love With You.”









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 


We have compiled an array of content — a variety of liners and soundbites – from TYLER HUBBARD to equip you with everything you might need to put together your own radio special; roll-out tracks leading up to –and following — the release of his new STRONG album to use in news feeds, specials and much more. Check out his STRONG ALBUM AUDIO TOOLKIT here to create your own content surrounding Tyler’s new release.

Tyler Hubbard is set to release his second solo album, Strong, on April 12th. Co-produced by Hubbard alongside Jordan Schmidt, the Georgia native’s 13-track album is a reflection of Hubbard’s unique ability to epitomize his passion for life and love.

The 21x No. 1 hitmaker wrote or co-wrote all of the songs on Strong. Constructed both lyrically and sonically to emote a sense of thrill and fun, the tracks range from his current Top 5 smash, “Back Then Right Now,” as well as previously released songs “Turn” and “Wish You Would.”


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