Larry Joe Taylor Fest is annually one of the biggest Texas and Red Dirt Music festivals, and it's back. Known for bringing out the scene's biggest stars and brightest up-and-comers to Melody Mountain Ranch in Stephenville, LJT never disappointments.
This week, after three weeks on top, Wade Bowen drops down to the third spot; opening the door to a brand new No. 1 song. So he lands it? Josh Abbott Band, Pat Green or Stoney LaRue? Let’s find out.
This week Wade Bowen looks to hang onto the top spot for a third consecutive week, but to do it he'll have to hold off Josh Abbott Band, Pat Green and Stoney LaRue. Can one of them beat out Wade, or will When I Woke Up Today hang on to the top spot again? Let’s find out.
This week Wade Bowen, Pat Green and Stoney LaRue all look to relieve Sunny Sweeney of the No. 1 spot. Can one of them do it, or will Bad Girl Phase hang on to the top spot for a second week? Let’s find out.
This week Wade Bowen, Sunny Sweeney and Stoney LaRue all look to relieve Cameran Nelson, of the No. 1 spot. Can one of them do it, or will Shotgun hang on to the top spot for a second week? Let’s find out.
Stoney LaRue has a new album coming out this month. Yup, hard to believe but it's October. Now, I could've sworn the release date for Aviators was the 28th -- and that is a Tuesday so it makes sense, but all of the social media and websites say 27th, a Monday? Stoney just does whatever he wants.
Hard to believe, but come August it'll be three years since Stoney LaRue released Velvet. And before that -- it was 2005's The Red Dirt Album that we had last got to hear a studio album from the Red Dirt icon.
Recently Bud Light and Stoney LaRue teamed up to find out if one fan was "Up for whatever?" Now, Im not sure how official this is, it doesn't seem like it was produced by Bud Light, it's not quite on par (production-wise) with the commercials you see on TV -- maybe it was a regional thing -- Bud Light Oklahoma, or something.