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For decades, he’s been country’s most consistent hitmaker. Can he keep holding on?

kenny and dolly

Collaborations will be the centerpiece of a tribute concert to Rogers in Nashville in October. Highlighting the once-in-a-lifetime concert will be the last-ever performance of Rogers and his frequent duet partner, Dolly Parton.

sam hunt

A newly-married Sam Hunt is having one hot summer on his 15 in a 30 Tour and “Body Like a Back Road” is holding at No. 1 on Billboard‘s hot country chart for an impressive 24 weeks.


There’s a saying around Nashville that “it’s a 10 year town.” As a singer-songwriter, it often takes 10 years (and at least one or two failed record deals) to get your big break. Based off of this theory, Carly Pearce is right on track.


This Texas home is listed for $1.275 million and we swear, you've never seen anything like it.


The G-man has done it again. At his show in Oklahoma City this past Saturday (July 15), Garth offered to pay for a couple’s upcoming honeymoon.


Lady Antebellum knows it might sound odd, but the truth is the band’s new album, Heart Break, has more to do with happy homes than broken hearts.

best selling

Can you believe 2017 is already halfway over? Well, it is, which means it’s time to crunch a few numbers.


Reba McEntire sold her lakefront estate in Lebanon, Tenn. (30 miles east of Nashville) for $5 million, according to


The country star covers the first-ever country issue of Cosmopolitan, and got candid answering a series of rapid fire questions in the magazine’s Cosmo Quiz.

40 memorable

Performances like these are what make the ACM Awards the year's must-see country music event.


Not only is Brian Kelley half of the country duo Florida Georgia Line, he’s also half of the brains behind clothing label Tribe Kelley.


"People say they want honest, but I don't know how true that is," says the singer of his upcoming leave-it-on-the-table LP 'Slowheart.'

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Without daytime TV, The Judds would have never had their hit, "Mama He's Crazy."


In January 2017, Blake Shelton and Ryman Hospitality Properties announced they had teamed up to transform Blake’s 2001 breakout hit, “Ol’ Red,” into two new venues in Nashville and his hometown of Tishomingo, Oklahoma.


We’re only six months in to 2017, but a lot has already happened in the country music world.


Kenny Chesney is taking a new approach for the video for his latest single, “All the Pretty Girls.” Chesney is calling on students from Middle Tennessee State University and Belmont University in his home state of Tennessee to create the music video for his new song — and he’s offering a sweet incentive.


This country music superstar can add another honor to her list-- her own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame!


Dustin Lynch says this clip is “as personal as you could get” about a man falling in love with a woman who could have any guy she wants — but chooses him.


This meet-and-greet would be like none of the dozens of others at Nashville’s CMA Music Festival. No autographs from this artist, and no more than a tentative “hello” or “thanks.” A handshake? Yes, but only from the left hand, not the right.


Tim McGraw and Faith Hill are currently out on their 80-date “Soul2Soul: The World Tour 2017,” and it’s like no other tour they’ve ever done before. “We had to step up the game in a big way,” Faith said.


Country music’s most elegant women and strongest men turn to mush when around they’re around their dogs.


Kiefer Sutherland’s cinematic new video for “Shirley Jean” could so easily play on the big screen.


A quick Google search for “road trip country songs” will get you a list of songs featuring “road” in the title—not quite what we had in mind.


As Dustin Lynch puts the final touches on his third album, out later this year, he shared some new tunes with an intimate crowd recently at George Dickel Distillery and tales of how he came to record them.


Forbes magazine released its annual list of the Top 100 Highest-Paid Celebrities on Monday, June 12—and seven country acts made the cut.

yoko ono

The National Music Publishers Association (NMPA) announced on Wednesday that it plans to “correct the record” and add Yoko Ono as a co-writer on John Lennon's "Imagine," Varietyreports.

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