In celebration of ACM week in Nashville, we are highlighting country stars Kristian Bush, Russell Dickerson and Kyler Fisher.


Kristian Bush Releases New Hidden Album 🎧

Kristian Bush recently released a brand new album under his folk rock duo, Billy Pilgrim, called In The Time Machine.

"Billy Pilgrim's 'In The Time Machine' was meant to be listened to in two pieces. So nothing stops from the first song to the seventh song," Bush said.

The album was lost in a fire twenty years ago, but miraculously Kristian found one remaining copy in his home during quarantine.

The body of work contains a bunch of throwback music featured in a ton of popular 90s shows like Melrose Place, My So-Called Life and more.

You can download or stream In The Time Machine here.

Russell Dickerson Promotes 'Love You Like I Used To ' ❤️

As a 2020 ACM nominee for "Best Male New Artist," Russell Dickerson chatted with Sam Alex all about his smash hit, "Love You Like I Used To."

"Honestly, this song has taken off on its own. It might be one of our biggest songs yet."

You can stream Dickerson's hit now on all music devices.

Kyler Fisher Hops On Zoom With His 'Little One' 💻

Kyler Fisher also spoke virtually with Sam Alex on his single, "A Little Like Me," and how he shot the music video in his very own backyard in the clip above.

Check out the 55th Academy of Country Music (ACM) Awards hosted by Keith Urban on Wednesday night at 8/7c on CBS.

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