James Taylor Performs French National Anthem On Colbert


James Taylor recently performed the French national anthem on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Last week Taylor had performed an updated and humorous rendition of his song “Fire and Rain” on The Late Show. This week he returned with a more serious song, which was “La Marseillaise.” While he sang the song, Taylor sat in front of several of the country’s flags.More »


Tim McGraw To Speak At 2016 Country Radio Seminar


Tim McGraw is scheduled to speak at the 2016 Country Radio Seminar. The country singer’s panel is titled “Transcending / Evolving With Tim McGraw.” His panel is designed to “offer insight into rethinking what you do, how you do it and how to prioritize what is important with your eye on the prize of career longevity,” according to All Access.More »


Hillary Scott And Family Working On Gospel Album


Hillary Scott has revealed what she will be doing with her time during Lady Antebellum’s downtime – she will record a new gospel album with her family. Scott, along with her mother, Linda Davis; her father, Lang Scott; and her younger sister, Rylee Jean Scott, are currently working on a gospel project that will include well-known hymns.More »


Carrie Underwood Wants To Duet With Axl Rose


Carrie Underwood says that her dream duet would be with Guns N’ Roses fronter Axl Rose. Speaking with E!, the country star said that she “really wants to sing” with the hard rock star. “I’ve covered enough Guns N’ Roses stuff, and it was people like him who taught me how to sing,” she began. “They were so different.”More »


Unheard Bruce Springsteen Track ‘Party Lights’ Included On River Box Set


“Party Lights,” a previously unheard Bruce Springsteen track, has surfaced online. The track is taken off of Springsteen’s forthcoming box set, The Ties That Bind: The River Collection. The new song contains lyrics that were later used on “Point Blank” and in the additional verse that Springsteen added to “Jersey Girl” by Tom Waits, according to Rolling Stone.More »