SiriusXM ‘s The Highway has you plugged into the country music scene with the Hot 30 Countdown. This Week Taylor Swift moves on over as her hit “Red” falls off the list and Jason Aldean hits #1 with his track … Continued
Too drunk to karaoke. Is such a thing even possible? Jimmy Buffett and Toby Keith seem to think so. Buffett spoke with Buzz Brainard of The Highway about their new collaboration. During the interview, “beach hillbilly” music came up, so listen below … Continued
SiriusXM’s The Highway enjoyed an intimate performance with country singer-songwriter Gary Allan this week. The New York Times describes Gary’s music as “elegant, often deadpan songs [that] tend toward manly understate-ment.” We couldn’t agree more – and that’s no overstate-ment.
Country rebel Gary Allan brought a rousing rendition of his song “Pieces” to The Highway recently. Always honest and unadorned, Allan proved to us once again that he gets right to the core of the issue – and our hearts.
Country darling Kellie Pickler broke our hearts recently at the SiriusXM studios in Nashville when she sang this honest, intimate rendition of Someone, Somewhere Tonight for The Highway. In the true country tradition, Kellie always makes the bitter just a … Continued
The ever vivacious Kellie Pickler thoroughly entertained at the SiriusXM studios in Nashville with her cover of George Jones’ classic “White Lightning” as lucky fans clapped along. Kellie is always a welcome guest on The Highway and this performance tells … Continued
Country star Charlie Worsham stopped by the SiriusXM studios to play a surprising medley: Ozzy Osbourne’s Crazy Train coupled with Eastbound and Down from the 1977 movie Smokey and the Bandit. Check out Worsham’s country twist on the two classics … Continued
No need to wonder anymore, Charlie. The young virtuoso banjo player delivered the goods recently for The Highway at the SiriusXM studios in Nashville with his song Could It Be. After watching this energetic, intimate performance, we have to say, … Continued
Warner Bros. recording artist and banjoist extraordinaire Charlie Worsham brought his rousing versions of “Crazy Train” and “Eastbound and Down” to the SiriusXM studios in Nashville. Who knew Ozzy could sound so good played on only 5 1/2 strings?
Imagine “Tennessee Williams on mushrooms.” That’s how “Loon in the Afternoon’s” Mojo Nixon describes “Ghost Brothers of Darkland County” — a new musical written by Stephen King with songs by John Mellencamp. The gory, supernatural show is inspired by Mellencamp’s … Continued