Fans of Aaron Lewis won’t be disappointed with the latest addition to his nonstop tour schedule. Lewis joins country-rocker Brantley Gilbert for his The Ones That Like Me 2018 Tour. Having spent the better portion of 2017 crisscrossing the nation on his Sinner Tour, Lewis’ no-holds-barred attitude continues breaking barriers that are so prevalent in today’s music industry. His raw lyrics and authentic sound continue to keep his loyal fan base satisfied while adding to it with each performance.
“Since beginning a solo country career, Lewis has only grown more confident in his honky-tonk spirit with last year's excellent Sinner LP easily being one of the year’s best country albums.” - Dallas Morning News.
Making its debut at No. 1 on the Top 200 Albums, Top Country Albums and...
Dolly Parton, superstar musician, actress, philanthropist, EGOT (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony) recipient and all-around dynamic entertainer, will be the next guest on the Jesus Calling podcast. The podcast, born from the devotional that has sold more than 23 million copies world-wide, will be available for download October 12 on iTunes, SoundCloud, Spotify, Stitcher, and many other platforms, Thomas Nelson announced today.
In the episode, Parton shares stories from her upbringing and how her faith taught her the importance of giving back. Having grown up in a large family of twelve children herself, now, 50 years after the release of her first record, her newest project is a children’s CD called...
Country music superstar Dolly Parton sat down with Kids Place Live’s Absolutely Mindy at SiriusXM’s Music City Theatre in Nashville to talk about her new kids album, “I Believe in You,” and everything from songwriting to kid-wrangling.
The legendary Queen of Country even answered some questions from the audience of kids and SiriusXM fans. Below are clips from the conversation. If used, please credit SiriusXM’s Kids Place Live.
Dolly on the first song she ever wrote:
DOLLY PARTON VISITS MONROE CARELL JR. VANDERBILT CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL TO SHARE MUSIC & HER OWN FAMILY’S STORY OF HOPE WITH KIDS AND PARENTS
Global superstar Dolly Parton, whose first children’s album I Believe In You releases today on Dolly Records/RCA Nashville, could have been anywhere on the day her album releases, but she wanted to be in Nashville with kids and their families at Monroe Carell Jr. Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital.
Parton’s niece Hannah Dennison, daughter of her sister Rachel and longtime band member Richard Dennison, spent years battling leukemia at Vanderbilt. Today she is a healthy young woman, and Dolly and family are bringing that story of hope to those children currently in the hospital.
Two of the songs on I Believe In You, “Chemo Hero” and “Brave Little Soldier,” were specifically written for Hannah to help her through her health struggles.
During her visit today...
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