The 25-year-old country newcomer and Billboard 2017 Artist to Watch returns to the Opry stage to perform two songs. Lee has played the Opry over 40 times, and his “breakout hit” (USA Today) “Getting Over You” has surpassed 19 million Spotify streams.
The 28-year-old outlaw country veteran makes his Opry debut. Nelson and his band, Promise Of The Real, have spent two years supporting Neil Young on tour, and on their new self-titled LP (Fantasy Records), they honed a cosmic country sound that evokes Exile on Main St.’s ecstatic gospel influence, tender soul and full-throttle rock ‘n’ roll.
Alynda Segarra and her bandmates perform at the 2017 Americana Music Awards ceremony. The group’s Album of the Year nominee, The Navigator (ATO), has appeared on several “Best Of 2017 So Far” lists including Billboard, Rolling Stone, Spin and Stereogum.
The 28-year-old outlaw country veteran and his band perform music from their self-titled debut album (8/25 via Fantasy Records). The six-piece has spent two years supporting Neil Young on tour, honing a cosmic country sound that evokes Exile on Main St.’s ecstatic gospel influence and weaves between tender soul and full-throttle rock ‘n’ roll.
One of the most distinctive and decorated vocalists in modern music joins the Country Music Hall of Fame AmericanaFest showcase. Womack will do a Q&A with the Hall of Fame’s Peter Cooper and preview her new album, the East Texas-inspired The Lonely, The Lonesome & The Gone (10/27 via ATO).
The Indiana-born outlaw country artist makes his Opry debut, performing two songs with his backing band. NPR Music praises the 26-year-old’s debut LP, Better Than Myself (Big Machine Records), for featuring “phenomenal performances from a hard-twanging, loose-limbed band.”
Rose, Lee and Tenpenny perform at YEP’s quarterly benefit show. This show’s theme is Rewind: Total Request Live, in which every artist covers a Top 40 song that only ‘90s kids would know.
The nine-time GRAMMY winner continues his busy 2017, performing with his wife Lani Hall during the release week of The Christmas Wish (9/29 via Herb Alpert Presents). It’s his first holiday album in five decades and his second album this year.
Following a summer tour featuring some of their biggest shows yet – including a sold-out hometown performance at Brooklyn Steel – the Brooklyn orchestra-pop outfit plays the second leg of its US tour. The band’s latest album, Belong (Downtown/Interscope), has earned raves from Billboard (“mesmerizing”), TIME (“soaring”), NPR Music (“a band that has grown grander and more ambitious in every phase of its sound”) and more.