Monday, April 29, 2013
Check out RAM Country videos of The Band Perry. They are definitely better than ever in their performances of "Done", "Better Dig Two", and "Mother Like Mine."
"Done" is their very lively new single off of their second studio album, Pioneer. Their record debuted at #1 on the Country charts this month.
The Band Perry: Done
The Band Perry: Better Dig Two
The Band Perry: Mother Like Mine
Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Neil Diamond showing some love for Boston! singing to honor the city of Boston in FenWay Park with a rendition of his "Sweet Caroline."
Sweet Caroline is treated like Red Sox's theme song. It is always play at home games as a tradition.
Sunday, April 14, 2013
French alternative-pop band Phoenix was joined by R&B lothario R. Kelly on stage at Southern California's Coachella music festival last Saturday.
R. Kelly came out singing the familiar refrain of his 2003 partystarting smash, "Ignition." Then Phoenix joined in to mash it up with their breakthrough single, "1901."
Sunday, April 7, 2013
Taylor Swift performs Highway Don't Care with Keith Urban and Tim McGraw at the American Country Awards on April 7, with great performance, it's emotional and at the same time sweet.
All three sang the song, with Keith Urban played his electric guitar.
Blake Shelton opened the Academy of Country Music Awards by rapping and was joined by his friends Luke Bryan, Brad Paisley, Sheryl Crow and the trio Pistol Annie.
"How about a shout out to the Sherwin-Williams company for spray-painting Luke's jeans on," Shelton joked as the camera zoomed in on Bryan's, ahem, mid-section.
Bryan took his turn: "Blake's jeans are like buying something on credit — nothing up front. I mean, what size are those, extra empty?"
The focus of this year's ACM Awards is on the men of country, and it's not just Shelton and Bryan taking the spotlight.
Top nominee Eric Church started the night with an award before he even hit the red carpet, winning vocal event of the year for his collaboration with Bryan and Jason Aldean on "The Only Way I Know."
Fans began lining up early to catch a glimpse of Taylor Swift, Garth Brooks and a host of country stars. One young fan clutched a bouquet of roses and waved a sign bearing a picture of Swift under the words, "Love is True."