With the ability to go viral on social media platforms like TikTok, country music artists can grow their followings in a matter of minutes. We have compiled a list of five country artists that thrived in 2021 thanks to the uber-popular social media app, TikTok. 1. Walker Hayes Hayes released a video in June with himself and his daughter dancing along to his single, “Fancy Like.” The dance immediately got attention and went viral on TikTok. It gained so much recognition that A
Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Walker Hayes had been working his way to the forefront of the country music scene. The Alabama native is known for his new single “AA,” and the song heard all over TikTok which sat at number one on Billboard’s Hot County Songs for six months collectively, “Fancy Like.” To top it off, Hayes’ The Fancy Like Tour is due to kick off in six days on January 27th, 2022 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. For now, fans will just have to settle for his second
Even though the new year has only begun, numerous country artists have teased new music. Here’s a list of country projects to look forward to in 2022. 1. Skeletons Deluxe by Brothers Osborne (Set to be released on January 21st) Country duo Brothers Osborne released their third studio album Skeletons in the second half of 2020. The duo has announced that the deluxe version of the project will be out into the world at the end of January. View this post on Instagram A post share
2021 was an incredible year for country music. Major artists released new singles and albums, live music returned, and new artists started their careers. With all of that going on, it can be hard to keep up with all of the new music coming out of Nashville. In no particular order, here are ten songs you may have missed in 2021. 1. Stop Draggin’ Your Boots by Danielle Bradbery “Stop Draggin’ Your Boots” was the third track released from Bradbery’s next project and her first ne
2021 was the year of Walker Hayes. His song “Fancy Like” blew up on TikTok with a simple, beloved dance and it also earned the singer-songwriter his first-ever Grammy nomination for “Best Country Song.” In honor of the country star’s birthday today, we’ve picked five songs that you may have missed from the Alabama native’s extensive catalog. 1. “Lela’s Stars” (2016) 2. Craig (2017) 3. “Halloween” ft. Nicolle Galyon (2017) 4. “Beer in the Fridge” (2017) 5. “What If We Did” ft.
Country singer Walker Hayes has announced the ‘Fancy Like Tour,’ named after his huge hit of 2021, that’s set to start in late January 2022 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Rising act MacKenzie Porter will act as support throughout the entire run of dates. The tour consists of 19 stops and will end in late April in Louisville, Kentucky. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Walker Hayes (@walkerhayes) Tickets go on sale this Friday, November 5th on Walker Hayes’ website. For
CMT has announced the lineup of performers for this year’s “CMT Artists of the Year” ceremony. Honorees Gabby Barrett, Kane Brown, and Luke Combs will stun with solo performances. Kelsea Ballerini, another artist being honored, will perform remotely alongside The Jonas Brothers, her current tour mates. Mickey Guyton who has been named “Breakout Artist of the Year” will collaborate on stage with fellow GRAMMY-nominated artist Yola. Famed group Boyz II Men and Pentatonix member
Instagram is one of the most popular social media platforms flowing with engaging accounts of people’s favorite celebrities and music artists. These five country artists, and more, keep our feeds as entertaining as possible, and I’m not blaming them for our social media addiction but… I’m blaming them. 1. Jessie James Decker (@jessiejamesdecker) Jessie shares so many daily updates, not just promoting her career but sharing with us intimate family moments and relatable content