Grammy-winning singer Lauren Daigle enjoyed a big night last Tuesday at the 50th annual Gospel Music Association’s Dove Awards, winning artist of the year, song of the year and pop/contemporary album of the year with 2018’s Look Up Child. Entering the show as the leading artist nominee, Daigle’s artist of the year win marked her
Needtobreathe frontman Bear Rinehart has launched a solo career under the new moniker of Wilder Woods, a tribute to his sons Wilder and Woods. The songwriter paid a visit to the Today show’s Artist Lounge on Thursday where he got the crowd grooving to his new single “Supply & Demand” off his debut eponymous album.
Multi-platinum country crooner Lee Brice stopped by the Today show this week to perform introspective lead single “What Keeps You Up At Night” off his self-titled album. “This song sums up the whole album,” explained Brice as way of introduction. “What keeps you up at night — demons and angels, exciting things and sad things.
Country duo Maddie & Tae performed their newest single “Friends Don’t” earlier this week on the Today show, much to the delight of hosts Hoda Kotb and Kathie Lee Gifford. The pair, who coincidentally made their television debut on the Today show four years ago, put on an upbeat performance. Guitarist Derek Wells also enjoyed
Kirstin Maldonado of Pentatonix a capella group fame has branched out into solo territory with a brand new EP entitled Love. Maldonado took to the Today Show stage this week for her debut solo performance of the confessional love track "Break a Little." Watch the clip below, which features ace guitarist Joseph E-Shine on his
A little bit folk, a little bit blues, and a whole lot of soul. L.A.-based duo Johnnyswim hit the set of the Today Show to perform "Let It Matter" off brand new album Georgica Pond. Watch the clip below ..
Weather forecast brought to you by Cheap Trick’s Tom Petersson and his 12-string bass? Hell yes! The newly inducted Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band rocked the New York set of the Today Show last week, showcasing both a classic hit and a brand-new tune. Watch after the jump as the legendary act performs “I Want You To Want Me” and new song “When I Wake Up Tomorrow” off 17th studio album Bang, Zoom, Crazy… Hello.