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Morgan Wallen Surprises Fans at Eric Church Concert

Morgan Wallen surprised fans on stage during Eric Church’s sold out show at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia on Saturday, October 9th. Watch a clip of the special performance below.

Wallen and Church performed several tracks together including “Sand In My Boots”, “Somebody’s Problem”, and “Silverado For Sale” from Wallen’s most recent project, Dangerous: The Double Album. The two also played Church’s “Record Year” and “Homeboy”.

The sold out show was part of Eric Church’s 2021/22 The Gather Again Tour which kicked off in September. The tour runs through May 2022 and Church has promised for plenty of surprises along the way.

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15 Lyrics from Morgan Wallen’s ‘Dangerous: The Double Album’ to Use As Instagram Captions

Here are 15 lyrics from Morgan Wallen’s Dangerous: The Double Album to use as Instagram captions for all your latest pictures.

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Morgan Wallen’s record ‘Dangerous: The Double Album.’

When Morgan Wallen released his monumental record Dangerous: The Double Album, we knew it was special. Despite all the drama around Wallen, the record continues to be a hit with country fans. We thought it would be fun to compile a list of fifteen lyrics from the catalog of songs that would double as great captions for all your Instagram pictures!

  1. “Somethin’ bout the way she kissed me tells me she’d love Eastern Tennessee”Sand In My Boots
  2. beer don’t start nothin’ but the partyBeer Don’t
  3. Sign my life away to be the life of the party”- Livin’ the Dream
  4. “’Cause I just wanna do country ass shit with my country ass friendsCountry A$$ Shit
  5. I’m good friends with Mason Dixon, girl, whatcha say we do somethin’ country?Somethin’ Country
  6. Yeah, you used to talk about, gettin’ even further south”- 7 Summers
  7. Tequila made me crazy, Cold beer wouldn’t do, so I whiskey’d my way over you”- Whiskey’d My Way
  8. Those nights, what I would give for one more. Bud lights and kissin’ on the front porch”- This Bar
  9. Rednecks, red letter, red dirt, one life, one bar, one churchRednecks, Red Letters, Red Dirt
  10. I know we made a downtown reservation. Let’s get there early, get drunk, and break it”- Me on Whiskey
  11. “I don’t want to go downtown, doin’ what we used to”Dangerous
  12. “The whole town’s rootin’ for us like the home team”More Than My Hometown
  13. “I guess I’ve always been wonderin’ ‘bout the wind”- Wonderin’ bout the Wind
  14. “Love to drown in them heartbreaker blue eyes”- Somebody’s Problem
  15. “Whatcha think of country now?”- Whatcha Think Of Country Now

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For the latest releases in country music, check out our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

Walker Hayes’ Song “Fancy Like” Goes Viral With TikTok Dance Party

Walker Hayes’ song “Fancy Like” has recently gone viral with TikTok Dance party led by himself alongside his daughter, Lela. The song is a fan-favorite off Hayes’ latest project Country Stuff.

Walker Hayes has always been an artist we love and support! A true family man and a true talent, we are so happy that his song, “Fancy Like” has been an unexpected hit! The song went viral on TikTok when the singer posted a video of him and his oldest daughter, Lela dancing to the track. The video went viral across social media platforms and people everywhere are trying to copy the killer moves!

Hayes credits his daughter for the inspiration and the dance moves. The original video has almost 17 million views on TikTok alone. Other popular videos of the song on his page are sitting at 7 million and 5 million respectively. 

“Fancy Like” has even made its way to the iconic Today show. Hosts Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager recreated the dance on their own TikTok channel, showing their support for Walker and his family.

We are curious to see if more celebrities will follow suit and showcase their moves to “Fancy Like.” It is only a matter of time until more and more people learn about Hayes and his killer new song. Congrats to the Hayes family on their much-deserved success with the viral track!

Listen to the hit song and purchase a ‘FANCY LIKE Back-to-School’ tee. Each order gets you exclusive access to Kelly Ford’s Teachers Lounge Virtual Show with Walker Hayes hosted by Country Swag happening on October 21st! Learn more here.

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“Fancy Like” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released tunes on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

2021 Upcoming Country Album Releases

With artists being cooped up at home and off the road, we are certain that they spent their time getting creative and we can not wait to hear what masterpieces will be released in 2021. Below is a list of the country albums that have been announced for release this year.

 

JANUARY

January 8th –
Morgan Wallen – Dangerous: The Double Album 
Aaron Watson – American Soul

January 15th –
Devin Dawson – Pink Slip EP
Jake Hoot – Love Out Of Time

January 22nd –
Willie Jones – Right Now

January 27th –
Logan Mize – Still The Kid

 

FEBRUARY

February 5th –
Alex Hall – Six Strings EP

February 12th –
Florida Georgia Line – Life Rolls On
Kip Moore – Wild World Deluxe

February 19th –
Carly Pearce – 29
Lainey Wilson – Sayin’ What I’m Thinkin’
Adam Hambrick – The Flipsides

February 26th
Hailey Whitters – Living The Dream Deluxe
Willie Nelson – That’s Life
Ian Munsick – Coyote Cry
TRACK45 – Big Dreams EP

 

MARCH

March 12th
Joey Hendricks – Between The Clouds EP

March 19th
Loretta Lynn – Still Woman Enough
Gabby Barrett – Live from the Goldmine EP
Midland – The Sonic Rach (Soundtrack)

March 26th
Carrie Underwood – My Savior
Chevel Shepherd – Everybody’s Got A Story EP

 

APRIL

April 2nd
Canaan Smith – High Country Sound

April 9th
Luke Bryan – Born Here Live Here Die Here (Deluxe)
Tim Montana – Long Shots
Brett Kissel – What Is Life?

April 13th
Brian Kelley – BK’s Wave Pack EP

April 16th
Eric Church – Heart (Triple Album Project Part 1)

April 20th
Eric Church – & (Triple Album Project Part 2)

April 23rd 
Eric Church – Soul (Triple Album Project Part 3)
Justin Moore – Straight Outta The Country
Lathan Warlick My Way Ep
Jameson RodgersIn It For The Money EP
Elvie Shane – County Roads EP

April 30th
Thomas Rhett – Country Again: Side A
Jackson Dean – Jackson Dean EP
Priscilla BlockPriscilla Block EP

 

MAY

May 7th
Miranda Lambert, Jack Ingram, Jon Randall – The Marfa Tapes
Kenny Chesney – Here And Now Deluxe
Travis Tritt – Set In Stone
Cody Jinks – Adobe Sessions

May 14th
Alan Jackson – Where Have You Gone

May 21st
Blake Shelton – Body Language
Ross Copperman – Somewhere There’s A Light On
Gary Levox One On One
Jordan Davis – Buy Dirt EP
Alexander Ludwig – Alexander Ludwig EP
Adam Sanders – What If I’m Right

May 28th
Southerland – Boot Up EP
Spencer Crandall – Lost in The Wild EP
Ashley McBryde – Never Will: Live From A Distance
Chase Rice – The Album

 

JUNE

June 4th
The Grand Ole Opry – Unbroken
Brett YoungWeekends Look A Little Different These Days EP
Walker HayesCountry Stuff EP
Nate BarnesYou Ain’t Pretty EP
Andrew Jannakos – Gone Too Soon EP

June 11th
Kylie Morgan – Love, Kylie

June 16th
SmithField – New Town EP

June 25th
Jennifer Nettles – Always Like New
Ben GallaherEvery Small Town EP
Meghan Patrick – Heart On My Glass
Lakeview – Small Town Famous EP
Brian Kelley – Sunshine State of Mind
Lady A – What A Song Can Do (Chapter One)
Jimmie Allen – Bettie James Gold Edition
Home Free – Land Of The Free
Robyn Ottolini –The But I’m Not Always Sad Either EP

 

JULY

July 2nd
LANCO – Honky-Tonk Hippies EP
Riley Green – Behind The Bar EP
Flatland Cavalry – Welcome to Countryland

July 9th
Hannah Dasher – The Half Record
Tigirlily – Tigirlily

July 23rd
Drake Milligan – Drake Milligan EP

July 30th
Parker McCollum – Gold Chain Cowboy
Parmalee – For You

July 31st
Ryan Kinder – Room To Dream

 

AUGUST

August 6th 
Sean McConnell – A Horrible Beautiful Dream
Chris Young – Famous Friends
Jordan Rowe – Bad Case of the Good Ole Boy
Kolby Cooper Kolby Cooper EP

August 13th
Trisha Yearwood – Every Girl: Deluxe
Kalie Shorr – I Got Here By Accident
Dan + Shay Good Things Are Coming
Clare Dunn– In This Kind of Light EP

August 20th
Maggie Rose – Have a Seat
Sam Williams– Glasshouse Children
Manny Blue– Devil
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Tyler Booth- Grab The Reins

August 27th
Trace Adkins – The Way I Wanna Go
Niko Moon Good Time – The Album
NellyHeartland
Boy Named BanjoCircles EP
King CalawayMidnight EP
Michael Ray – Higher Education EP
Ashley CookeAlready Drank That Beer EP

 

SEPTEMBER

September 3rd
Randy Travis – Storms of Life
Ashland Craft Travelin’ Kind EP
Lauren Alaina Sitting Pretty On Top Of The World

September 10th
Mitchell Tenpenny – Midtown Diaries EP

September 17th
Jameson Rodgers- Bet You’re From A Small Town
Scotty McCreery- Same Truck
Carly Pearce– 29-  Written In Stone
Hailey Whitters & ERNEST- COUNTRYPOLITAN
Laine Hardy- Here’s To Anyone
Alaina Springsteen- History of Breaking Up (Part 1) EP
Jackson Michelson- Back To That Summer EP

September 24th
Mickey Guyton – Remember Her Name
Carrie Underwood- My Gift (Special Edition)
Kacey Musgraves- star-crossed
Larry Fleet- Stack of Records
Kidd G- Down Home Boy

 

OCTOBER

October 1st
Brandi Carlile- In These Silent Days
Logan MizeWelcome to Prairieville
Lily Rose- Stronger Than I Am EP

October 6th
Rayne Johnson- Love Drunk or Lonely

October 8th
Natalie Hemby- Pins and Needles
Old Dominion- Time, Tequila, & Therapy
Cody Johnson- Human The Double Album

October 15th
Toby Keith- Peso In My Pocket
Zac Brown Band- The Comeback
Ryan Hurd- Pelago
Avenue Beat– The Debut Farewell Album
Raleigh Keegan- Clocks Roll Forward
Troy Cartwright- Halfway To Houston EP
Kelly Clarkson– When Christmas Comes Around

October 22nd
Tenille Arts- Girl Is Girl
Lady A- What A Song Can Do
Brett Young- Brett Young & Friends Sing The Christmas Classics
Brett Eldredge- Mr. Christmas Album
Jessie James Decker- The Woman I’ve Become
Pistol Annies- Hell Of A Holiday

October 28th
Drew Green- Dirt Boy Vol 2. EP
Morgan Evans- Country And The Coast- Side A
Elvie Shane- Backslider
Mitchell Tenpenny- Naughty List
Lily Rose- Stronger Than I Am

 

NOVEMBER

November 5th
Coming soon

November 12th
Jason Aldean- Macon

November 19th
Pryor & Lee- Right Now EP

November 26th
Coming soon

 

Which album are you most looking forward to listening to?

 

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about the upcoming country music releases. Check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music‘ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

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Morgan Wallen is Back on the Country Airplay Chart with “Sand In My Boots”

Morgan Wallen is back on the Country Airplay Chart with his song “Sand In My Boots,” off his record Dangerous: The Double AlbumThis marks Wallen’s return to the charts, since his tumultuous start of 2021.

Although Morgan Wallen has been laying low the last few months to work on himself, amidst racial slur scandal, the singer-songwriter is slowly making his way back into the limelight. Earlier this month, the singer shared an unreleased song called “Thought You Should Know” on his social media. This week we learn that the singer is officially back on the Country Airplay chart with his song “Sand In My Boots.”

At the start of last week, the song entered the chart at the #56 spot. This is the first time, since February when Wallen’s radio single “7 Summers” peaked in the top fifteen. Currently “Sand In My Boots” is not an official single, but it has been a fan-favorite since its release.

Only time will tell if radio and country music will continue to welcome Wallen back in. It seems like the trajectory is heading in his favor. Fans can catch more of the singer and what he is up to on social media. It appears the singer is in the studio again and making strides towards a comeback.

Until then, fans have plenty to hold them over. Dangerous: The Double Album features 35 original songs to listen to, including “7 Summers” and “Sand In My Boots.”

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more about future Morgan Wallen announcements and news.

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Morgan Wallen Unveils Unreleased Song “Thought You Should Know”

Morgan Wallen unveils unreleased song “Thought You Should Know” for fans on his social media. Listen to the brand new track below.

As he makes his way back into the limelight, Morgan Wallen continues to share unreleased songs with fans that showcase his growth. Over the weekend, the singer unveiled his latest number, “Thought You Should Know,” which he co-wrote with Miranda Lambert and Nicolle Galyon. Although written previously, Wallen shared that he felt that this was the best time to preview the song with his fans.

Moreover, inspired by his relationship with his mother, the singer digs deep on this track. Wallen proves that he is aware of his falls. Wallen continues to pour his heart out on his songs. It is similar to the vulnerability in tracks like “Livin’ The Dream.” Wallen showcases the human side of fame on this song. Secondly, we predict that it will be a hit with fans as soon as it is released.

“What’s going on mama // Something just dawned on ya // I ain’t been home in some months // Been chasing some songs and women // Making some bad decisions // God knows I’m drinking too much // Yeah I know you’ve been worrying about me // You’ve been losing sleep since 93’ // I thought you should know that all those prayers you thought you wasted on me // Must of finally made their way on through”

Overall, with the success of Dangerous: The Double Album, it is hard to believe that Wallen will stay quiet for long. It is clear that fans are going to support him on his journey. The future is uncertain, but it seems Wallen is exerting his staying power, one lyric at a time.

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about upcoming Morgan Wallen announcements and releases.

To keep up with Morgan Wallen, follow him on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

For the latest releases in country music, check out our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

Gabby Barrett and Morgan Wallen Win Big at Billboard Music Awards

The 2021 Billboard Music Awards took place last night, Sunday, May 23rd, in Los Angeles, and artists of all genres performed and were recognized for their charting success this past year.

Several country artists shined, including Gabby Barrett and Morgan Wallen who walked away with three awards each. Barrett was not only the most nominated country artist, but she led all female nominees with nine total, including one for Top New Artist, which she lost to the late, Pop Smoke. Wallen racked up six nominations in five different categories.

The Billboard Music Awards finalists are based on album and digital song sales, streaming, radio airplay, touring, and social engagement from March 31, 2020, to April 3, 2021. These measurements are tracked year-round by Billboard and its data partners, including MRC Data and Next Big Sound. Nick Jonas hosted the three-hour event which featured performances with live audiences.

Only a handful of Nashville artists appeared on stage last night, and only one country award was announced during the show; Gabby Barrett was awarded Top Country Female Artist over Maren Morris and Carrie Underwood. In addition, Barrett’s smash-hit “I Hope” was awarded Top Country Song and Top Collaboration (the pop-remix with Charlie Puth), which beat out the seven-week, number-one hit “Rockstar” by DaBaby and Roddy Ricch.

Despite not being allowed at the show due to the racial slur controversy, Morgan Wallen was awarded Top Country Male Artist, Top Country Artist, and Top Country Album for Dangerous: The Double Album. Wallen also had two songs nominated for Top Country Song (“Chasin’ You” and “More Than My Hometown”) and was nominated for Top Song Sales Artist, but lost to the k-pop group, BTS.

The only other winners to come out of Nashville last night included Florida Georgia Line, who took home Top Country Duo/Group, and Carrie Underwood, whose album My Gift was awarded Top Christian Album. Kelsea Ballerini was in attendance as well — she introduced her 2021 tour mates, The Jonas Brothers before they performed a mash-up of several hits, including their new collaboration with Marshmello “Leave Me Before You Love Me.”

Although, unfortunately, there were no country performances within the broadcast, the live audience at the show gave us some feeling of normalcy. Something to look forward to as we gear up for a summer full of live country concerts!

Below are the country award categories, nominees, and winners:

Top Country Artist
Gabby Barrett
Kane Brown
Luke Combs
Chris Stapleton
Morgan Wallen — WINNER

Top Country Male Artist
Luke Combs
Chris Stapleton
Morgan Wallen — WINNER

Top Country Female Artist
Gabby Barrett — WINNER
Maren Morris
Carrie Underwood

Top Country Duo/Group
Dan + Shay
Florida Georgia Line — WINNER
Maddie & Tae

Top Country Album
Gabby Barrett, Goldmine
Sam Hunt, Southside
Chris Stapleton, Starting Over
Carrie Underwood, My Gift
Morgan Wallen, Dangerous: The Double Album – WINNER

Top Country Song
Jason Aldean, “Got What I Got”
Gabby Barrett, “I Hope” — WINNER
Lee Brice, “One of Them Girls”
Morgan Wallen, “Chasin’ You”
Morgan Wallen, “More Than My Hometown”

Top Song Sales Artist
Justin Bieber
BTS — WINNER
Megan Thee Stallion
Morgan Wallen
The Weeknd

Top New Artist
Gabby Barrett
Doja Cat
Jack Harlow
Pop Smoke — WINNER
Rod Wave

Top Duo/Group
AC/DC
AJR
BTS — WINNER
Dan + Shay
Maroon 5

Top Christian Artist
Casting Crowns
Elevation Worship — WINNER
for KING & COUNTRY
Carrie Underwood
Zach Williams

Top Christian Album
Bethel Music, Peace
Elevation Worship, Grave Into Gardens
Carrie Underwood, My Gift — WINNER
We The Kingdom, Holy Water
Zach Williams, Rescue Story

Top Hot 100 Song Presented by Rockstar
24kGoldn ft. iann dior, “Mood”
Gabby Barrett ft. Charlie Puth, “I Hope”
Chris Brown & Young Thug, “Go Crazy”
DaBaby ft. Roddy Ricch, “ROCKSTAR”
The Weeknd, “Blinding Lights” – WINNER

Top Selling Song
Gabby Barrett ft. Charlie Puth, “I Hope”
BTS, “Dynamite” — WINNER
Cardi B ft. Megan Thee Stallion, “WAP”
Megan Thee Stallion ft. Beyoncé, “Savage”
The Weeknd, “Blinding Lights”

Top Radio Song
Gabby Barrett ft. Charlie Puth, “I Hope”
Chris Brown & Young Thug, “Go Crazy”
Dua Lipa, “Don’t Start Now”
Harry Styles, “Adore You”
The Weeknd, “Blinding Lights” — WINNER

Top Collaboration (Fan-Voted)
24kGoldn ft. iann dior, “Mood”
Gabby Barrett ft. Charlie Puth, “I Hope” — WINNER
Chris Brown & Young Thug, “Go Crazy”
DaBaby ft. Roddy Ricch, “ROCKSTAR”
Jack Harlow ft. DaBaby, Tory Lanez, & Lil Wayne, “WHATS POPPIN”

 

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Morgan Wallen Surprises Fans with Performance at Nashville Bar

Morgan Wallen surprised fans with a pop-up performance at Kid Rock’s Honky Tonk Bar in Nashville last night, Wednesday, May 19th.

Nashville natives and tourists alike were in for a big surprise last night (May 19) when not only was Kid Rock in the building at his very own Nashville bar, Kid Rock’s Big Honky Tonk & Steakhouse, but he was also joined by country music superstar, Morgan Wallen.

It has been nearly 4 months since Wallen left the spotlight due to the racial slur controversy. Wallen has been keeping quiet in the weeks since the incident, only popping up on social media here and there and just a few weeks ago issuing a personal letter penned to his fans.

Last night, Wallen jumped on stage at the popular establishment and surprised fans with a two-song set, marking his first public performance in months. First up, he played “Wasted On You” from his record-breaking album, Dangerous: The Double Album, followed by his number one hit, “Whiskey Glasses.”

Check out some of the videos and pictures captured by fans during the surprise performance below.

 

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Morgan Wallen Releases Personal Letter to His Fans

Nearly ten weeks after leaving the spotlight due to racial slurs controversy, Morgan Wallen took to social media today, April 13th, to release a personal letter to his fans.

Morgan Wallen has had a tumultuous year. He released his record Dangerous: The Double Album early this year, but unfortunately was dropped from radio and suspended by his label over the use of a racial slur, which was captured on video. Despite that, his record spent ten consecutive weeks at the top of the all-genre charts, shattering previous records for country artists.

Today, Wallen broke his silence, sharing a handwritten four-page letter to fans on his social media platforms. The singer-songwriter thanked fans for their dedication and their love, sharing “I’m so aware that it was you all who have bought it and played it as much as you have so I truly feel I share this honor with you.”

Despite being appreciative of his fans, Wallen shared that he still has some learning and growing to do. He declared that he will not be performing at any festivals or tours this summer. He still encourages fans to support country music and go to all these shows.

Ending the letter, Wallen shares an uplifting sentiment, “My story is far from over and getting back out to see ya’ll is all I can think about. So just know you’ll be seeing me sooner than later.”

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Morgan Wallen’s ‘Dangerous: The Double Album’ Spends 10th Week At #1

Morgan Wallen’s Dangerous: The Double Album tops charts for the 10th consecutive week, making the project one of only three albums ever to do so.

For ten consecutive weeks, Morgan Wallen’s newest record Dangerous: The Double Album has sat firmly in the #1 spot since its debut on the Billboard Top 200 Chart. Despite the chaos surrounding the budding superstar, the album is shattering records.

Dangerous: The Double Album is the first record since Whitney Houston’s Whitney, in 1987, to spend its initial 10 weeks at number one. Joining Houston’s album along with Stevie Wonder’s 1976 album, Songs In The Key Of Life,  Wallen’s sophomore project becomes only the third album of all-time that has reached this accolade. Even more, the album is currently on track to overtake Drake’s record-breaking album, Views, which spent 13 nonconsecutive weeks in the lead in 2016.

If that’s not impressive enough, Wallen’s record is the first-ever country album to spend more than six weeks topping the charts. It’s also only the fourth album across genres to spend at least nine weeks atop the charts.

Despite how some may feel about Wallen and his newest record, it’s fair to say that Dangerous: The Double Album is a certified masterpiece. Only time will tell what this news continues to mean for Wallen and his place in country music.

Morgan Wallen’s ‘Dangerous: The Double Album’ Spends 10th Week At #1

Morgan Wallen’s ‘Dangerous: The Double Album’ Spends 10th Week At #1

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about future Morgan Wallen releases.

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Dangerous: The Double Album is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music‘ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.