SMACKSong's Shane McAnally and Josh Osborne recently earned another No. 1 with Kenny Chesney's chart topping song "Get Along". The song, which was co-written with frequent collaborator Ross Copperman, marks Chesney's 30th career No. 1.
SMACKSong's singer/songwriter Renee Blair released the single "I Gotta Quit Drinkin" just over a week ago (June 29). Available on all digital platforms, the song already has almost 91,000 streams on Spotify.
After spending the last 17 years as frontman for the genre-blending band, Green River Ordinance, singer-songwriter Josh Jenkins has stepped out with his debut single as a solo artist. Last week, "Perfect Mess" was dropped as the first release from his forthcoming solo project, due later this year.
SMACKSong's founder and CEO Shane McAnally is honored as one of the ten Secret Geniuses who are the driving forces behind the songs we know and love.
Founded as a way to shed light on the songwriters and producers who keep the music industry booming, Spotify's new list of geniuses will be featured on its podcast and Songshops, as well as honored at the second annual Secret Genius Awards later in the year.
Old Dominion took home the trophy for vocal group of the year at the 53rd annual Academy of Country Music Awards on Sunday (Apr. 15)
Walking into SMACKSongs located on Nashville’s historic Music Row, it is immediately evident from the endless plaques on the wall that Shane McAnally is one of the most successful songwriters and producers in country music.
You couldn't blame songwriter-producers Shane McAnally and Josh Osborne if they talked smack after the Academy of Country Music Awards nominations came out March 1.
After a record-breaking year, Sam Hunt tops the Billboard Country Charts with accolades for top artist and song of the year across all year-end charts.
Whiskey Riff reviews Kylie Morgan's holiday release and video for "Christmas Without You" written by Morgan, Aaron Eshuis, and Matt McGinn.
Walker Hayes's new album "boom." is included in a star-studded list of new releases deemed "must -listen" by Entertainment Weekly.
Walker Hayes sits down with CMT's Lauren Tingle to discuss family, fame, and his life leading up to his new album "boom.".
People Magazine interviews Walker Hayes about his new album "boom." and his ever growing family.
Rolling Stone interviews Walker Hayes about his journey leading up to his new full length album "boom.".
According to a recent Billboard article, only two (non-holiday) country songs this year have made it onto the all-genre Streaming Songs tally, which lists the 50 most popular songs across streaming platforms every week here in the U.S. They are Kane Brown and Lauren Alaina’s “What Ifs” and Sam Hunt’s “Body Like A Back Road,” which rocketed all the way into the top 10 on the Hot 100 earlier in 2017 as well.
Throughout the last three years, Hunt has been the only country musician powerful enough to place at least a single title on the all-encompassing streaming chart, and chances are he’ll be able to do so again in 2018.
Walker Hayes joins the Fox Sports South podcast to discuss his upcoming album.