Kane Brown has launched his own record label, “1021 Entertainment,” under the Sony Music Nashville umbrella. Kane’s first act is a trio called “Restless Road,” and they’ll open up for him on this year’s tour.

Morgan Wallen has broken his silence. He said that he doesn’t want anyone to defend him, and that he accepts full responsibility for his actions. He’s engaged in some real and honest conversations from some very generous black organizations since the video went viral, and he’s also been sober since then. Morgan says he’s really focusing on making that a priority because he doesn’t like the man he becomes when he’s drunk. Hopefully, he’ll stick with that and come out a better man for it. Time will tell.


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Sam Hunt is working on some new music. He posted a picture on Instagram yesterday and captioned it, “New songs coming soon.” It’s been a little less than a year since his second album, ‘Southside,’ was released.


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Blake Shelton and Brad Paisley are geared up to host the Grand Ole Opry’s “95 Years of Music” show. We’ll be able to watch that Sunday night at 8:00 on NBC.

Florida Georgia Line is planning to release their fifth studio album with a livestream show for charity, called “Life Rolls On From the FGL House.” They’ll stream live from their bar in Nashville on Wednesday night (February 17th) on the Amazon Music app and their Twitch channel. All the money raised from the concert will be donated to businesses there that were affected by the bombing on Christmas Day.

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