Nicole Kidman says her husband, Keith Urban, has been a constant source of support since her father passed away in early September.
When Billy Currington first moved to Nashville in the early '90s, the underage singer from southeast Georgia snuck into a songwriter's night at Douglas Corner Cafe.
Brantley Gilbert, who has been sober since 2012, never hid from the fact that he overcame a drinking problem.
"It's our generation," said Jason Aldean. "And I don't think it's a big deal."
In 1963, Buck Owens topped the country charts with ‘Act Naturally,’ which opened with the prophetic line, “They’re gonna put me in the movies.” —later covered by the Beatles. But decades before that tune was a hit, Country stars were already trading the concert stage for the sound stage. Here are some of today’s Country stars giving it a try too!
Luke Bryan and Lady Antebellum are the latest Country acts to join in an interesting cultural exchange program.
Dylan, Cash, and the Nashville Cats: A new Music City.
Brett Eldredge likes to keep things as random — and therefore just as interesting — as they can possibly be when he's on the road.
The "Rhinestone Cowboy" cuts a poignant last track for the upcoming documentary on his life, 'I'll Be Me.'