Author: Brady Gray

My name is Brady and I like purple flowers.

Back in January, it was announced that Eric Church and Morgan Wallen officially purchased Field & Stream from Dick’s Sporting Goods with plans to carry on the legacy of what the brand meant to them in their childhood and as young adults. The duo, which are also part of an ownership group, purchased the retail side, as well as the media platform that will bring back the print magazine that stopped being published in 2015. On top of that, Eric and Morgan announced a limited-edition apparel line, and plans to launch a fall festival, co-produced by Southern Entertainment, and just a few months later…they…

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Mama Wallen chimes in. Yesterday morning, Nashville Metro council members voted 30-3 to deny the “aerial encroachment” construction of a 20-foot sign bearing Wallen’s name above the front entrance of his new bar, located at 107 4th Ave North on Broadway. Although it was reported by Fox 17 in Nashville that there was technically nothing wrong with the sign legally, as it meets all zoning regulations, several council members cited Wallen’s past history of arrests, primarily his recent April arrest after throwing a chair off of Eric Church’s rooftop bar Chief’s. Council member Delishia Porterfield, who said she “didn’t want to see a billboard up with a name…

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It appears Post Malone is going ALL in on country music. At this point, it’s no secret that the genre-bending, grammy award winning artist is a huge country music fan. Over the last few months, he’s performed at two country award shows – covering Joe Diffie at the CMA’s alongside HARDY and Morgan Wallen, and most recently a performance at the ACM’s. He also performed a medley of country classics at Stagecoach – covering Alan Jackson’s “Chattahoochee” with Brad Paisley and bringing out Sara Evans for a performance of her 2004 hit, “Suds in the Bucket.” And while everyone is…

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Earlier this morning, Nashville Metro council members voted 30-3 to deny the “aerial encroachment” construction of a 20-foot sign bearing Wallen’s name above the front entrance of his new bar, located at 107 4th Ave North on Broadway. Although it was reported by Fox 17 in Nashville that there was technically nothing wrong with the sign legally, as it meets all zoning regulations, several council members cited Wallen’s past history of arrests, primarily his recent April arrest after throwing a chair off of Eric Church’s rooftop bar Chief’s. “I don’t want to see a billboard up with a name of a person who’s…

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“It’s not okay, but we’re all gonna be alright.” Last night, Jelly Roll made a powerful statement and tugged on the heartstrings of viewers everywhere when he performed his brand new, unreleased song, “I Am Not Okay,” on The Voice season 25 finale. Seemingly admitting that it’s okay not to be okay, the 39 year-old rapper-turned-country singer stood on stage, surrounded by fog and nothing but acoustic guitars, and delivered a performance that many on the internet have been praising all morning. Love him or hate him, Jelly Roll is one of the most vulnerable artists out there. From his…

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Good news Midland fans. Today, the Grammy-nominated trio released a brand new song titled “Old Fashioned Feeling.” Serving as a despondent reflection of a past relationship, the tune plays off of the title, seemingly inferring that the narrator would rather have that old familiar feeling of his former lover’s presence again over the classic cocktail. While the tune has all the elements of what has made Midland such a dynamic and unique group throughout the years, the trio (consisting of Cameron Daddy, Jess Carson & Mark Wystrach), decided to branch out from longtime producers Shane McAnally, Dan Huff, and Josh…

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