Justin Moore recently earned his eighth No. 1 with “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home,” the lead single off Moore’s fifth studio album ‘Late Nights And Longnecks’ (The Valory Music Co.).
One of country music’s truest traditionalists, Tracy Lawrence has sold more than 13 million albums and has charted 18 No. 1 songs. He has garnered numerous CMA and ACM awards and nominations, as well as a GRAMMY nomination. Recently, Lawrence released his brand new album, ‘Made In America.’ The album is a milestone for Lawrence – penning 8 of the 12 tracks featured.
Hailing from the small farming community of Baskin, Louisiana, country music newcomer Lainey Wilson has as much grit in her as she does soul. She moved to Nashville in a bumper-pull camper trailer to pursue a career in music and has been carving her own unique place in the country music landscape ever since, already garnering early praise for her “unabashedly down-home and unflappably worldly” (NPR) style and exhibiting “just enough scars and pragmatism to write great, universal country songs” (Taste of Country). A natural-born storyteller, Wilson moves deftly between celebrating the quirks of her small-town upbringing and ruminating on the sometimes hard-won wisdom of love on her recently-released EP, Redneck Hollywood. The project marks her debut on BBR Music Group/BMG’s flagship imprint, Broken Bow Records, and is produced by GRAMMY Award-winning mastermind, Jay Joyce.