For country music fans, 2021 is definitely the year that keeps on giving. After 2020 put on a brake on the whole world, country music artists found themselves with an empty live tour booking and a full studio where they ...

This upcoming August 24, the Academy of Country Music’s Party for a Cause is making its comeback at Nashville’s Ascend Amphitheater. Unlike the previous years wherein the concert festivities are held in multiple venues in Las Vegas for multiple days, ...

We can never deny how this past year has been a difficult one for us all, but for Mickey Guyton – it’s been remarkable and unforgettable. It’s actually the year she really blossomed as an artist. People are starting to ...

It took seven years before Mickey Guyton and husband Grant Savoy finally walked down the altar and said, “I do.” Nevertheless, everything happened at the best timing, and the couple couldn’t be any happier. And just this year, their family ...

Most of us struggle to compete and be known for our chosen careers. Mickey Guyton’s “What Are You Gonna Tell Her” narrates what she went through to achieve success.  It’s a song about gender bias, condemning the inequalities inflicted on ...

We sigh over the lack of story and musicality in modern country and how it’s been changed to simple beats and arrangements. But not until Mickey Guyton’s “Better Than You Left Me” entered the scene. It is the debut single ...

There’s nothing nicer than getting even with your past and showing him how stronger you’ve become. Mickey Guyton’s Heartbreak Song is not your usual dreary, tragic end-of-the-love song. Guyton jokes around it with a fun, absurd retort to a break-up, ...

 A break from the usual country songs, Mickey Guyton’s “Black Like Me” touches on a more sensitive topic in our society. It’s not every day you get to hear songs about race in country music. Maybe in R&B or mainstream, ...

Just a few months after making a historic nomination on Grammy Awards, being the first Black woman to be nominated for Best Country Solo Performance, Mickey Guyton marked another milestone. The country singer became a first-time mom to Grayson! In ...

Mickey Guyton made such an iconic night during the 2021 GRAMMY Awards show last Sunday. The country singer did not only earn her first Grammy nomination for Best Country Solo Performance – this makes her the first Black female solo ...

Get to know Mickey Guyton, a female game changer and the rising black woman in the country music scene. While Guyton had been in the industry for a decade now, starting her career back in 2011, it was only recently ...

In a time of uncertainty and grief, Mickey Guyton’s Hold On is a song that will inspire you to keep your spirit and breakthrough whatever that is holding you back. It’s very heartwarming and encouraging like a friend who pats ...

With discrimination towards other races increasing globally, and that gnawing feeling that we are puppet on-strings by those people who are in power, Mickey Guyton asks God for a ‘Heaven Down Here’ with the hope that he will mitigate these ...

The CMT Awards have been an annual celebration for the country music industry which includes fans, artists, and songwriters. Even with what the world is going through today, the CMT Awards night is still something that we all should look ...

It was undeniably a great night for country music after the recent culmination of the 2020 ACM awards. We all sure have our own favorite parts including performances and the joy or disappointments of those who won or lost certain ...

For a long time in history, colored female artists have retained a low-key profile on their stage performances. Mickey Guyton stepped in to break the chain after her powerful and touching performance of ‘What Are You Gonna Tell Her’ in ...

Mickey Guyton and husband Grant Savoy are finally welcoming another family member after three years of blissful marriage. The singer-songwriter feels sad for being forced to stay at home and away from her fans, but the sudden surprise is an ...

In the early years of country music, you will rarely see Black country singers. It was a genre often viewed as white music. But things have changed since the late 1960s when African-American singer Charley Pride hit the scene. He ...