Luke Combs' sophomore album, What You See Is What You Get, will be released on November 8. It will feature 17 songs, including five tracks that were on his recent EP, The Prequel. Luke also released a new song, "1, 2 Many", which features Brooks & Dunn.
Hardy released his album, Hixtape Vol. 1, today. It features 17 guest artists including Keith Urban, Thomas Rhett, Dustin Lynch, Lauren Alaina, Tracy Lawrence, Trace Adkins and more. "The more we kept asking people and taking chances...people kept saying 'yes' and it just became this really cool thing," says Hardy. "80 percent of them are my friends. The spectrum is really broad. We have everyone from Devin Dawson to Joe Diffie, and everything in between. I think there's something for every type of country fan on the record."
Zac Brown Band's new video for "Leaving Love Behind" captures how pets can make people smile even in hard times. As part of the video release, they have partnered with Best Friends Animal Society to help animals who have been displaced by Hurricane Dorian. They are asking their fans to donate to Best Friends Animal Society's Disaster Relief Fund. "Leaving Love Behind" is off Zac Brown Band's new album, The Owl, which is being released on September 20.
Chris Janson has announced that his Real Friends Fall Tour 2019 will start on September 20. The tour gets its name from his new album, which is being released October 18. Chris co-produced the album and also co-wrote all of the songs. The title track features Blake Shelton.
Brantley Gilbert is a dad again. He and his wife, Amber, welcomed their daughter on September 9. Braylen Hendrix weighed 6 pounds, 7 ounces and joins big brother, 22 month old Barrett.
Darius Rucker, Randy Houser and Kristian Bush are just a few of the artists who will come together for a benefit concert on Monday at the Ryman Auditorium. This is being held to help victims of Hurricand Dorian. It will also feature Devin Dawson, James Otto and Hootie & the Blowfish's Mark Bryan.
Brad Paisley will star in a new half-hour comedy series called Fish Out of Water that will run on Amazon's streaming platform. The show is described as a "Larry Sanders take on celebrity vanity projects." Will Arnett is one of the executive producers, so is Brad and his manager, Bill Simmons.