For his 20th studio album, Steve knew he had to do something really special. When All Over The Map began coming together, it became clear just what that would be.
Sara Evans competed against Todd Chrisley and their respective families on the season two finale of ABC’s hit show Celebrity Family Feudlast night. During the episode, hosted by Steve Harvey, Sara competed with her four siblings Jay Evans, Matt Evans, Lesley Lyons, and Ashley Simpson and went toe-to-toe against the Chrisley family ultimately winning during the “Fast Money” round. Sara was playing for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital® and will donate her $25,000 winnings to them.
This past Saturday, Clint Black was the 48th inductee into the Texas Country Music Hall of Fame. Having sold over 20 million albums and have 22 number one hits, Clint has joined the ranks of Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Kris Kristofferson, George Jones, and more.
Edwin will deliver new songs to fans throughout the year as part of his plan to record an EP every few months, beginning with today’s release of O Edwin, Where Art Thou? The voice behind two of the most romantic songs in pop culture history, “I’ll Be” and “I Could Not Ask For More,” Edwin partnered with national radio host Delilah to debut the EP’s three new tracks earlier this week and to auction off signed lyrics along with a personalized voicemail from Edwin himself, with 100% of the proceeds benefitting Delilah’s Point Hope charity. Fans can place bids here until Wednesday, August 17th.
Concord Music Group has signed singer-songwriter Sara Evans. The ACM Award-winning vocalist will soon head into the studio to begin work on her debut project for Sugar Hill Records, a Nashville-based imprint that is part of the Concord family. The project will be her eighth studio album overall and is slated for release in early 2017.
Sara Evans has teamed up with TV personality Todd Chrisley, of the hit USA Network show Chrisley Knows Best, for the Season 4 finale that will air tonight, June 14th at 10pm CST.
Infinite Love was written by Todd Chrisley and well-known Nashville songwriter-producer Shane Stevens, and co-produced by Stevens and Nash Overstreet.