Carrie Horton is a freelance writer and project manager based in Nashville, Tenn. She graduated from Concordia University in Portland, Ore., with a degree in English and has been writing and listening to music for as long as she can remember. After more than five years in the non-profit world, she made the leap into full-time freelance writing and hasn’t looked back. When she’s not out looking for adventure, you can probably find her exploring nature or at a neighborhood coffee shop reading a good book or talking with friends.
‘The Shack’ Soundtrack to Feature Dierks Bentley, Lady Antebellum and More
The soundtrack for the movie 'The Shack' will feature previously unreleased songs from Dierks Bentley, Lady Antebellum, Brett Eldredge and Dan + Shay, among others.
Jason Isbell Reunites With the Drive-By Truckers in Nashville [WATCH]
Jason Isbell performed "Heathens" with his former band, the Drive-By Truckers, onstage at the Ryman Auditorium on Jan. 26.
Lady Antebellum, Tyler Farr to Perform at 2017 Super Bowl Pre-Game Party
Lady Antebellum Went ‘Back to the Basics’ for ‘Heart Break’
Lady Antebellum talk about 'Heart Break', the new album they'll release in June of 2017.
Toby Keith and Lee Greenwood to Perform at Donald Trump’s Inauguration Concert
Lee Greenwood and Toby Keith will perform at the Make America Great Again! Welcome Celebration inauguration concert on Jan. 19.
Tim McGraw Shares More About ‘The Shack’, New Duet With Faith Hill
Tim McGraw talks about his role in the 2017 film 'The Shack' and "Keep Your Eyes on Me," the song he wrote with wife Faith Hill for the movie.
CMT Shares Premiere Details for New Show, ‘Sun Records’
In 2017, CMT will debut 'Sun Records', a new show inspired by the so-called Million Dollar Quartet's recording sessions at Sun Studio.
Zac Brown Delivers Food, Resources to Support Tenn. Wildfire Relief Efforts
Zac Brown is helping out after the wildfires in East Tennessee.
2017’s Country, Americana, Alt-Country, Bluegrass and Folk Tours
A rundown of 2017's country, Americana, alt-country, bluegrass and folk tours.
National Park Service Takes Steps to Help Preserve Nashville’s Music Row
New research may pave the way for 65 buildings on Music Row to receive protection as part of the National Register of Historic Places.