Hey guys, it’s Jackson Blue at CRS (Country Radio Seminar) in Nashville. We just saw a truly special showcase at the legendary Ryman Auditorium where Brothers Osborne, Sam Hunt, Brad Paisley, Darius Rucker, and Vince Gill all played brand new music. It was so special that I had to get this up immediately so I’m going to let the music clips speak for themselves.

  • Brothers Osborne's New Song

    Brothers Osborne previewed some new music for us at CRS 2023 in Nashville including this beautiful song, which I’m going to guess is called “Rollercoaster.” The strings and keys sounded beautiful. I teared up. It got the first standing ovation of the day.


  • Sam Hunt - Locked Up

    Sam Hunt premiered a new song at the Ryman Auditorium today at CRS 2023. It’s a very personal song called “Locked Up.”

  • Brad Paisley's New Song

    Brad Paisley played brand new music at the Ryman in Nashville today at CRS 2023. He told us there will be songs on his next album that will never end up on the radio (there will be some of those too) but he’s hoping they’ll get conversations going. Like this brand new song about the opioid epidemic in West Virginia and the country.

  • Darius Rucker's Next Single

    Forgive me. I can’t remember the name of this song but it’s Darius Rucker’s next single. He played it today at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. It’s a great, feel-good, easy groove. Darius sounds great!

  • Vince Gill - Hero

    Vince Gill played a really emotional new song he wrote with Tenille Townes called “Hero” and dedicated it to the new crop of country stars he shared the stage with at the Ryman in Nashville in 3/14/23 for CRS. He may be under the weather but he sounds great as always.

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