Murphy’s 1st Nom & Win; Chesney’s 3rd Musical Event Award
The former American Idol contestant has written songs for Josh Gracin and Aaron Goodvin.
The Canadian born country singer/songwriter plans to release a new record in early 2019.
Tenille’s first single for the label is “I Hate This,” a title steeped in relationship drama.
Several New Releases On Horizon For Multi-Talented Singer, Songwriter, Author and Producer, John Carter Cash
Releases Digital and Physical Versions of ‘We Must Believe in Magic’ on September 7.
“Everything’s Gonna Be Alright” has been a summer staple, as well as a fixture on Chesney’s “19 Trip Around the Sun Tour” stadium shows.
On the heels of “Everything’s Gonna Be Alright,” a Chesney collaboration that took Murphy to No. 1 on the Country Airplay chart dated June 23, Murphy embraces that go-for-it attitude with his second Reviver single, “I Won’t Be Sorry.”
Back in 1995, David Lee Murphy reached No. 1 on the country chart singing a lyrical metaphor about how “a little dust on the bottle” meant the wine inside was that much sweeter. Now, fast-forward to 2018 and he’s on top of the charts again!
It came out of the chute as the week’s Most Added Record. Thirty-two weeks later David Lee Murphy returns to No. 1 on Billboard and MediaBase’s Country Singles charts with “Everything’s Gonna Be Alright,” a duet with co-producer Kenny Chesney.
David Lee Murphy and Kenny Chesney’s positive vibe “Everything’s Gonna Be Alright,” enters the Top 5 this week at country radio.
Million-selling singer-songwriter David Lee Murphy had no plans to make a new record until a country superstar made them for him.
On April 21 fans of John Carter Cash had the opportunity to pick up Cash’s new album, “We Must Believe In Magic,” during Record Store Day 2018.
Platinum-selling country artist and prolific songwriter David Lee Murphy returns to recording with Reviver Entertainment Group.
Already a No. 1 songwriter, it’s no coincidence that the 23-year-old’s debut album is titled 317 – the number on his odometer after he arrived in Nashville from his hometown in Thayer, Mo.
“They Can’t See,” Michael Tyler’s youthful ballad that’s currently gaining radio airplay across the country, will premiere all over CMT channels and platforms February 28, including CMT, CMT Music and CMT.com.
When Michael Tyler looked at his odometer after he arrived in Nashville from his hometown in Thayer, Mo., he noticed a number in his dash that’s resonated with him since his arrival: 317.
Performing rights organization SESAC awarded Song of the Year to hot country newcomer Michael Tyler during its Nashville Music Awards for the Dierks Bentley smash “Somewhere on a Beach.”