Tim McGraw Shares Backstage ‘Dixieland Delight’ with Midland

Got to hang backstage with Midland at #Soul2Soul Edmonton and sang one of the best! – Alabama "Dixieland Delight"

Posted by Tim McGraw on Thursday, June 15, 2017

Tim McGraw’s at it again with some backstage stunners during his Soul2Soul tour with wife Faith Hill. Among their openers the up-and-comers Midland, who help do Alabama proud above, recorded backstage while at their Edmonton date, and publicly shared.

ZBB Pays Tribute To The Late Great Gregg Allman


Over the weekend in New England one of Gregg Allman’s best-loved songs showed up on the Zac Brown Band’s set list time and time again, each time fueled with extended guitar solos and soul wrenching blues-spiked vocals, as you can see and hear here. Allman is being laid to rest Sat. June 3 in Macon, where the Allman Brothers Band formed. At the June 7 CMT Awards we hear several artists — including Jason Aldean, Darius Rucker and Lady A’s Charles Kelley — will honor Allman’s foundational influence on modern southern music through yet another heartfelt tribute.

New Old Dominion Offering Aims To Dispel A Strongly Held Notion…


Old Dominion recently released from a forthcoming-with-no-other-details-available-yet followup to their Meat And Candy album a new tune. “No Such Thing As A Broken Heart” is meant as a song to keep loving and hold out hope to…and keep dancing along with as if no one is watching. Here’s their video, which features an acoustic version

Awesome Superstar Guitar Jam

You have to check this one out. The performance recently occurred in Nashville at a radio seminar where Keith, Chris and Vince all appeared, later slinging extended blues riffs during an impromptu send up of Keith’s Academy of County Music (ACM) awards nominated “Blue Ain’t Your Color” (for Single and Song of the Year).

Keith is also up for five other awards including Entertainer of the Year; his last nod in that category came in 2010. Chris is up for a bunch of ACM awards, too; among them Male Vocalist, Song (“Tennessee Whiskey”) and Video of the Year (“Fire Away”). The 52nd ACM Awards will again be hosted this year by Luke Bryan and Dierks Bentley. It airs live from Las Vegas Sunday, April 2, at 8 p.m. on CBS.