LYRICinterviews: Brothers Osborne On Winning Big At The CMA Awards, Supporting The Cadillac Three In The UK & Album No. 2

Releasing their debut album, ‘Pawn Shop’ back in January 2016, it’s been nearly two years of hard word and success for the Brothers Osborne, culminating in this year’s CMA awards for ‘Duo of the Year’ and ‘Video of the Year’. We caught up with lead singer, TJ Osborne, right after the band had just completed their successful […]

LYRICinterviews: Travis Meadows On ‘First Cigarettes’, Second Chances & Being A Songwriter In Nashville

Nashville singer-songwriter Travis Meadows has seen his fair share of life which has lead to him writing such songs as ‘Knives of New Orleans’ (Eric Church), ‘Riser’ (Dierks Bentley)  and ‘What We Ain’t Got’ (Jake Owen). He has just released an outstanding album called ‘First Cigarette’ and we were lucky enough to catch up with him […]

LYRICinterviews: The Secret Sisters On The Industry Game And Fresh Starts With New Album ‘You Don’t Own Me Anymore’

Alabama siblings, The Secret Sisters, played a one-off show in London last week to announce a bigger UK tour in 2018. We caught up with them to discuss the past, the future and their new album, ‘You Don’t Own Me Anymore’. We spoke to Laura and Lydia and so for the purposes of the interview […]

LYRICinterviews: Ryan Hurd On Songwriting, Nashville And Coffee Vs. Beer

Ryan Hurd is the latest sensation to hit the country music scene. Although he has been writing hits for stars like Blake Shelton and Tim McGraw for years, he has now taking centre stage! The release of his self-titled EP has put him on the map as a reputable artist. He’s also well known for […]

LYRICinterviews: Walker McGuire On The UK, The Opry And The ‘Mysteries Of The World’

Walker McGuire are certainly ones to watch y’all! With a successful first single to radio, clever lyrics and tight harmonies, it’s no wonder that these guys are on people’s radar. We caught up with Jordan Walker and Johnny McGuire when they played in the UK last month for Country Music Week to talk influences, the […]

#LYRICinterviews: Seth Ennis On Supporting Little Big Town, Mabelle And Advice On ‘Waking Up In Nashville’

We caught up with rising country singer-songwriter, Seth Ennis, whilst he was in the UK touring with Little Big Town a couple of weeks ago. He put on one hell of a performance at the Royal Albert Hall and his EP ‘Mabelle’ has been on repeat here at LYRIC. Let’s see what the ‘Woke Up […]

LYRICinterviews: Brandy Clark On Album Number 3, A UK Tour & Musical Inspirations

Brandy Clark is fresh off ‘The Highway Vagabond’ tour with Miranda Lambert and is heading for the UK this week! This will be the biggest headlining tour for her over here and due to such a high demand following last year’s acoustic tour and the success of her latest album ‘Big Day in a Small […]

LYRICinterviews: Midland On Chart Success, Debut Albums & Authenticity

When your debut single goes to number 1 in the billboard charts life can get pretty hectic, but this is an overnight success that has been four years in the making for Midland. With debut album ‘On the Rocks’ making waves on both sides of the Atlantic, we were lucky enough to catch up with lead singer, Mark Wystrach, to celebrate their success and to explore recent claims that the band are lacking in authenticity and just paying at being troubadours.

LYRICinterviews: Brett Young On A Successful 2017, The UK And Touring With Lady Antebellum

Ever since his album was released at the beginning of the year (and is being re-launched in the UK this October), Brett Young has been on a rocket ride of success and critical acclaim. Having spent over a decade in L.A. paying his dues this could be one of the longest overnight sensations ever!! We […]

LYRICinterviews: C2C Festival Director Milly Olykan On What It Takes To Create A Successful Country 2 Country

With the line-up announcement for the sixth Country 2 Country Festival being announced this Friday we caught up with Milly Olykan, the festival’s director, to talk all things Country!   Did you imagine that the C2C Festival would ever become as big as it currently is when you started it back in 2013? I’d like to […]