The Nashouse: Garth Brooks Talks Live Hall of Fame + More from Dierks Bentley and Luke Combs

February 20, 2018

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We are bringing you an update on the latest country music news live from Music City. Earlier this month, Garth Brooks was honored as the first person to be inducted into the Live Hall of Fame. It was announced at the Pollstar Live! conference in Los Angeles February 9.

Next up on this list is "Woman, Amen" singer, Dierks Bentley. The country superstar has just announced his brand new album, The Mountain, is due out later in 2018. With a new singe and album, Bentley also has unveiled another surprise for his fans. You can now shop for his new clothing collection at Flag & Anthem.

Delta Rae made a special visit to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis. The country group donated several SmartCycle bikes to patients at the hospital which was created by their father. 

Devin Dawson dropped his debut album, Dark Horse, just a few weeks ago featuring his smash hit, "All On Me." The singer-songwriter revealed to The Nashouse all about his experience while working on the record. "It wasn't like a goal of mine to make sure I wrote every single one on this record but it kind of turned out that way," Dawson said. "Every little piece of my creative heart is represented on this record."

The Nashouse also received a visit from Joey DeGraw (Gavin DeGraw's brother), to discuss their new restaurant, Nashville Underground. It is the tallest rooftop bar down on Broadway in Nashville and we get an inside look at the place.

To wrap things up, we must congratulate Luke Combs on the success of his most recent single, "When It Rains It Pours." He shared with The Nashouse that "it's almost a nice stress reliever" now that he's earned his second No. 1.