The former lead star of hit show Nashville sits down with James Gilmore before her sold out show at London's Royal Festival Hall
When you look at the rise of country music culture globally, you can easily give credit to Clare Bowen and her team on the hit show ‘Nashville’ for enabling country artists to sell out venues in most cities around the world.
On her trip to London, UK, the former lead star of the hit show experienced this for herself, as she sold out the 3,000-capacity Royal Festival Hall with her solo headline show… a feat previously only within reach of acts who would be stadium selling performers in the US.
She’s not the only one feeling the benefit of her own successes - Thomas Rhett is on course to sell out the 5,000-capacity Eventim Apollo when he arrives in London this November, and Kacey Musgraves is due to sell out the 12,500-capacity Wembley Arena too.
And that’s not to mention global pop sensation Taylor Swift,…
With "album1" on the way, we speak to the Dutch producer about jumping ahead of the curve to make a new sound.
Electronic music is a genre, and an industry, full of change. From its roots in clubs and underground dance music, to birthing producers reaching levels of superstardom previously reserved for only a few artists – in the past years alone, the “sound” has changed multiple times and, inevitably, infiltrated almost every other music genre too.
Keeping on top of it all is a full-time job alone. However, for Dutch producer San Holo, he sees his job differently. In staying on top of it he looks to then jump ahead of the curve with his own music and make the sounds that will, eventually, become the “norm”.
Originally recognised as a melodic trap artist, he had success with tracks such as ‘We Rise’ (2015) and ‘Victory’ (2015) – released via Skrillex’s OWSLA and Monstercat, respectively. At the same time, he has established himself as one of the most exciting…
Three Taylor Swift superfans dissect the entire Swiftography... but not, like, in a creepy way.
Holy Swift is a weekly podcast where three Taylor Swift superfans (Jessica Zaleski, Krista Doyle, and Kelly Boyles) dissect the entire Swift discography (Swiftography?), song-by-song, in meticulous detail. But not, like, in a creepy way.
In Episode 89, we talk about horses that just won't cooperate, Kelly's birthday magic adventure, and the song "Mean."
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In Episode 89 of Holy Swift, we talk about horses that just won't cooperate, Kelly's birthday magic adventure, and the song Mean. (82 minutes)
Myles McCaulskey presents the stories you need to know from the world of hip-hop.
Every week, Myles McCaulskey presents all of the stories you need to know from the world of hip-hop to help you kickstart your week!
On the latest edition of 'Myles' Hip-Hop Highlights' he chats about the GRM Rated Awards.
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Listen to the latest episode of Myles' Hip-Hop Highlights chatting about the GRM Rated Awards. (4 minutes)