Shane Owens makes traditional country music for the modern world. Timeless and timely, it’s a classic sound with a contemporary edge, driven forward by a mix of southern storytelling, Bible Belt twang, and Owens’ big, booming baritone.
Shane Owens delivers his rich, distinctive vocals and sets the stage for the holidays with a new lyric video for his popular Christmas single, “Nothing Compares to Christmas,” which was premiered by Scenes Sessions. Co-written by Owens and Galen Griffin, the song was recorded at Nashville’s legendary County Q Productions and produced by Nick “Ace” Lutz. This tune reminds all that nothing compares to the cheer and charisma of the Christmas season; and this year, we all could use a bit more cheer! “Nothing Compares To Christmas” is available to download and stream on all digital services.
Country music singer/songwriter Shane Owens continues to celebrate the success of his current single “You Go Good” by releasing a brand new lyric video showing never before seen photos and videos of live performances from throughout his career. Owens continues to put his southern charm on display with “You Go Good,” while describing how some things just fit perfectly together, whether they’re a likely pair or not. Like how a “Sunday needs a sermon,” or as opposite as Hollywood and red clay Georgia, all he knows is “you go good with me.” “You Go Good” was premiered by Cowboys & Indians Magazine and is available to download and stream on all digital platforms now!
Country music singer/songwriter Shane Owens puts his southern charm on display with the release of his latest single “You Go Good.” Owens describes how some things just fit perfectly together, whether they’re a likely pair or not. Like how a “Sunday needs a sermon,” or as opposite as Hollywood and red clay Georgia, all he knows is “you go good with me.” Owens’ distinct voice shines on this sweet tune, delivering the perfect country love song. “You Go Good” was premiered by M Music & Musicians Magazine and is available to download and stream on all digital platforms now!
Country music hitmaker and Academy of Country Music award-winner Jeff Carson died of a heart attack at Williamson Medical Center in Franklin, Tennessee at the age of 58. Fellow artists and friends mourn the loss of their friend and share memories of a true mentor, Jeff Carson…
Country music singer/songwriter Shane Owens’ recently released single, “Music Man,” continues to stand out as it has now broken the top 40 spot on the Music Row CountryBreakout Radio Chart reaching #34. Co-written by Galen Griffin, Monte Holmes, and Wil Jones, and produced by Ace Lutz, “Music Man” gives listeners that classic yet contemporary country feel through Owen’s signature bold vocals and upbeat energy. The tune describes playing with his band at local honky-tonks to fast-paced life on the road, highlighting exactly what it means to be the true “music man” Owens was born to be. Known for being one of the few country artists who delivers modern-day sounds while honoring traditional country roots, Owens continues to pay homage to his heroes and stays true to his own style. From playing the world-famous Grand Ole Opry with his debut in 2017 and appearing in many CMA festivals throughout his career, “Music Man” is another reason that proves Owens can’t stray from sharing his talent with the world!
Country music standout Shane Owens released his new single, “Music Man,” today! Owens’ smooth yet bold vocals shine with his signature country sound, all while infusing a contemporary feel to the tune. From playing with his band at local honky-tonks to fast-paced life on the road, the single highlights exactly what it means to be the true “music man” Owens was born to be. Co-written by Galen Griffen, Monte Holmes, and Wil Jones, and produced by Ace Lutz, “Music Man” will have listeners tapping their feet while reminiscing with every note of the steel guitar. This fresh new tune is released by AmeriMonte Records and premiered by The Hollywood Times and Nashville.com, and is available to download and stream on all digital platforms now!
Country Music Hall of Fame legend Tom T. Hall died on Friday, August 20th. He was 85. Hall was nicknamed “The Storyteller” by Tex Ritter, another country great, for his songwriting style. His hits included “Harper Valley P.T.A.” which became a major crossover smash for Jeanie C. Riley in 1968, “That’s How I Got To Memphis,”, Homecoming,” “(Old Dogs, Children, and) Watermelon Wine,” “A Week in a Country Jail,” “I Love,” “Country Is”, “I Care,” and many more. His songs have been recorded by the likes of Johnny Cash, Alan Jackson, Waylon Jennings, George Jones, and Loretta Lynn. Hall was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2008 and was a Grand Ole Opry member since 1971. Rolling Stone included the Olive Hill, Kentucky native on their ‘100 Greatest Songwriters’ list.
Few artists have left a more indelible mark on America’s musical landscape than B.J. Thomas. With his smooth, rich voice and unerring song sense, Thomas’s expansive career crossed multiple genres, including country, pop, and gospel, earning him CMA, Dove, and Grammy awards and nominations since his emergence in the 1960s.
We hope that this curated playlist will bring some cheer to the end of your year, so give it a listen! Download some of your favorites and share them with family and friends.
Shane Owens’ Latest Single “Everybody Dies But Not Everybody Lives” Is Available on All Streaming Services
Alabama-bred, neo-traditional country singer, Shane Owens releases his latest single, “Everybody Dies But Not Everybody Lives” from his current album ‘Thankful For Country Music.’ This single proclaims exactly what the title states. Dying is irrelevant, but living to the fullest each day is a choice. Reminding all of the brevity of life, this single stands to lift those carrying the weight of tomorrow’s uncertainty, allowing them to drop tensions to see that living for the day and releasing that which is out of our control is the only option. The single places itself at the forefront of optimism, at a time where listeners all over the world can relate and find comfort in the message. “Everybody Dies But Not Everybody Lives” was the #1 most added song to country radio for Music Row and has moved up thirteen spots.