Danny Gokey, Josh Kelley, James Wesley & More Added To Opening Line-Up For Taylor Swift’s ‘Speak Now’ Tour

Taylor Swift will be embarking on her North American ‘Speak Now Tour’ this summer.  As previously announced, NeedToBreathe will be joining Swift and as announced today, Taylor has added to her opening line-up.    In addition to NeedToBreathe; Danny Gokey, Josh Kelley, Frankie Ballard, Randy Montana, James Wesley, Hunter Hayes & Charlie Worsham will each …

James Wesley Proves The Show Must Go On

James Wesley had a show lined up this past Thursday, February 24 in Kansas City at Denim and Diamonds for KBEQ. On the way, a major snowstorm hit the city making the roads slick. The storm took Kansas City residents by surprise, but even as travel became impossible, James Wesley, determined to make the show …

James Wesley To Perform The National Anthem At NASCAR’s Bashas Supermarket 200

Broken Bow Records’ James Wesley will sing the national anthem this coming Saturday, February 26, for NASCAR’s Nationwide Series race, The Basha’s Supermarket 200.   Held at the Phoenix International Raceway in Avondale, AZ, the race will be broadcast live on ESPN 2 to over 3 million viewers and in front of a captive audience of over …

Josh Thompson Sells Out Texarkana Show On The 2010 Cold Beers & Reindeers Tour

Josh Thompson has had quite the introduction to being a headlining act on the 2010 Cold Beers and Reindeers Tour presented by Townsquare Media. During the past week on his first-ever headline tour, screaming fans have been pushing capacity in venues all over Texas. On Friday December 10, fans jam-packed their way into Josh’s sold-out …

Josh Thompson “Won’t Be Lonely Long” With A New Single Coming To Country Radio On Monday

Josh Thompson is releasing his new single, “Won’t Be Lonely Long,” a hell-raising drinking song about how being dumped can turn into a great Friday night. “Won’t Be Lonely Long” follows his Top 15 “Way Out Here,” and his Top 20 debut single, “Beer On The Table,” all from his album Way Out Here. “Won’t …