See photos from season 1, episode 8 of Real Country, "Finale."
“Country music is three chords and the truth” – Harlan Howard
See photos from season 1, episode 7 of Real Country, "Heartbreak and Revenge."
We caught up with Real Country celebrity panelist and music icon Travis Tritt in Nashville to talk about this week's finale, including what it takes to make it in this business. Here's what we learned!
Bust out the tissues and get ready to hear some tearjerkers. Episode seven of Real Country features songs that delve into heartbreak… and no genre excavates that sorrow quite like country. What makes a great heartbreak song? Says the esteemed Travis Tritt: “In order to be able to get a heartbreak song across, you have to be able to convey that emotion in the way that you feel it in your heart.”
See photos from season 1, episode 6 of Real Country, "Inspiration and Faith."
Country music holds deep, historical ties to faith and the latest episode of Real Country pays homage to that connection between music and spirit. Shania Twain, Travis Tritt, and Jake Owen have all selected one promising young artist to take the stage at Nashville’s Real Country Bar and share their talent with the world with covers of songs about inspiration and faith.
If life is a highway, love is a rollercoaster. In this episode of Real Country, three talented acts take the stage at the Real Country Bar in Nashville to sing songs that delve into love’s infinite nooks and crannies. “I think all country music should be a letter It should be direct,” says tonight’s guest judge Hunter Hayes. “It should be a personal experience to another human being who has had that experience.” Regular judges Shania Twain, Travis Tritt, and Jake Owen are in the house as usual to share their commentary. The audience is here to enjoy the music and vote.
See photos season 1, episode 4 of Real Country, "American Spirit."
Real Country’s search for country music’s next star continues with an episode dedicated to music that gets to the heart of the American spirit. Shania Twain, who grew up in Windsor, Ontario, tells the crowd at Nashville’s Municipal Auditorium, “My dream was always to come to America and make it. So the American Dream is alive and well.”