Missed a show? No problem! Below you can catch up on previous editions of Ben’s Country Music Show starting from January 2018. Each week the latest show will be uploaded to this page and over the next few months, we’ll be uploading some archive shows and special documentaries from throughout the last 10 years!
On this week's show, Ben's album of the week is the new Carrie Underwood record, 'Cry Pretty', hear songs from the album, plus news of Carrie's recent win at the AMAs and a full review of the album. Plus, there's new music from Will Hoge, Jason Isbell and a classic track from George Strait. The show also features your 'This Week in Country Music History' and the Billboard Charts.
This week on Ben's Country Music Show, it's our Long Road Festival special. We look back on the festival's first year and play music from some of the acts that performed. Plus, Ben chats to Charlie Worsham, UK duo Holloway Road and Saturday evening headliner Aaron Watson. The show also includes your 'This Week in Country Music History' and 'Billboard Charts' for this week.
On this week's Ben's Country Music Show, there is new music from Eric Church and classics from Johnny Cash as we speak with Richard Day, one half of the 'Cash and Carter Together' theatre show which will soon be embarking on a full UK tour paying tribute to the music of Johnny and June. If that wasn't enough, there's your This Week in Country Music History, Billboard Charts and plenty of News from Nashville.
After eight week's of special programmes to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Ben's Country Music Show, we're back with the usual show and a very special one at that. This week, Ben is in conversation with Clare Bowen, the star of TV series Nashville where she played Scarlett O'Connor for six years. The interview was recorded on the first night of Clare's UK tour in Birmingham and focus on her debut album, her UK fans and, of course, the final season of Nashville. Also on this week's show, there's new music from Carrie Underwood, plus a new feature, regular news bulletins directly from Nashville thanks to Shannon McCombs. Plus, there's your This Week in Country Music History and the Billboard Charts for album and airplay.