Sunny Sweeney is the NRA Country Music Artist of the Month for March.
The Hollywood to Dollywood documentary about Dolly Partonwill make its debut at the Nashville Film Festival in late April.
Kip Moore revealed that he popped his vocal cords a few weeks back and had to go on vocal rest to avoid surgery. Ouch.
A brand new biography chronicling the life of country singer Marty Robbins is being told with the new release of Twentieth Century Drifter: The Life of Marty Robbins.
Mark Collie’s Alive at Brushy Mountain, an album recorded at Tennessee’s Brushy Mountain Correctional Facility, will finally see the light of day on May 1 after sitting around a decade without being released.
Nashville Scenehas a short feature on Little Jimmy Dickens this week. “Not many of us wear rhinestones anymore,” Dickens says, drumming his hand on the side of a glass tabletop as he prepares for his entrance. Maybe it’s because so few today know how to carry it off so well.”
Ken Morton, Jr. is a former The 9513 staff writer with his own blog, That Nashville Sound. He also plays concert promoter with his annual Golf & Guitars Children's Charity Concert.