Trace Adkins Releases New Music, Little Big Town Adds More Ryman Dates And More Featured In This Edition Of ‘The Pickup’

TRACE ADKINS RELEASES NEW MUSIC, LITTLE BIG TOWN ADDS MORE RYMAN DATES AND MORE FEATURED IN THIS EDITION OF THE PICKUP

The Pickup #54

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The latest version of “The Pickup” continues its tradition of presenting the top stories in country music, both traditional and modern.

The Kentucky Headhunters released a music video featuring vintage footage in support of “God Loves a Rolling Stone.” The song is their first single off of the latest album, On Safari. “It’s more than just a music video, it’s a film for all humanity,” said Headhunters’ Richard Young of the release.

Country icon T.G. Sheppard has a packed tour schedule in 2017. Fans can catch him across the country for his “Party Time” tour. Continuously added dates can be found at www.tgsheppard.com.

The first artist to ever have a year long residency at famed Nashville music venue The Ryman Auditorium, Little Big Town, began their residency. If fans missed their first chance to see the band in March, they will be there again in May, July, September and November. Tickets are selling quick, so get them now!

RFD-TV has long been one of the nation’s top sources of country music and rural news thanks to it’s location on Music Row in Nashville. With the addition of The Pickup, viewers will be brought the most important stories in country music from both traditional and today’s artists.

The Pickup-and-coming artist this episode is the one and only Michael Tyler who is celebrating the release of his debut album, 317. “I didn’t want a debut self-titled album, so 317 has always been an important number to me,” said Tyler. Hear from him on why it’s so special in this episode, as well as a special Grand Ole Opry performance of “They Can’t See.”

Trace Adkins has finally released new music! The album is called Watered Down and can be purchased now. We’ve got an inside scoop on the record from the man himself, as well as some clips from a recently released music video.

The Grand Ole Opry has inducted their newest members. Dailey & Vincent were inducted by fellow members Jeannie Seely and Old Crow Medicine Show. The duo told The Pickup about their reaction to the initial invite to become a member of country music’s longest running radio show and talked about their new album Patriots & Poets.

The Pickup will be covering the ACM Awards on April 2 in Las Vegas, Nevada. So tune in for exclusive content next time on The Pickup!

The Pickup is presented by the 2018 Country Music Cruise featuring Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers, Alabama, Lorrie Morgan, Jeannie Seely and many more. Go to www.countrymusiccruise.com now to book your cabin.

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