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With six ACM nods, Chris Stapleton already feels like a “Millionaire” ahead of the April awards in Vegas
With “Millionaire” currently at number two on the chart, Chris Stapleton may very well be on track to have his second chart-topping single in a row. His previous number one, “Broken Halos,” won both Single and Song of the Year at the CMA Awards back in November Continue reading
Brooks & Dunn, Ray Stevens, and Jerry Bradley revealed as inductees into the Country Music Hall of Fame
Monday morning in Nashville, Brooks & Dunn, Ray Stevens, and music executive Jerry Bradley were announced as the newest inductees into the Country Music Hall of Fame Continue reading
Tuesday at the Corsair Distillery in Nashville, Luke Combs celebrated his fourth #1 hit in a row, “She Got the Best of Me.”
Talking with a group of journalists before the party, the North Carolina native agreed that one of the reasons for his success is that he has a lot in common with his fans Continue reading
Dolly Parton marks the passing of Country Music Hall of Famer Fred Foster, the man behind her first record deal
Country Music Hall of Famer Fred Foster passed away Wednesday night at the age of 87, after a short illness.
The 2016 inductee into the Hall led the legendary record label Monument, and was instrumental in the careers of Kris Kristofferson and Roy Orbison, among others Continue reading
Dierks Bentley’s Seven Peaks Music Festival will return to Buena Vista, Colorado this Labor Day Weekend for the second year in a row.
Fans who attended the gathering’s first year will get first crack at tickets through the Alumni Pre-Sale Continue reading
Chris Janson, LOCASH, Dylan Scott and Jimmie Allen to join Chris Young on the Raised on Country Tour
Chris Young’s 2019 tour takes its name from his latest single, “Raised on Country,” and it’ll kick off May 16 in Alpharetta, Georgia.
He’ll play more than 25 shows on the trek, with Chris Janson, LOCASH, Dylan Scott and Jimmie Allen joining him on the run Continue reading
Cole Swindell reflects on the Grammy-nominated “Break Up in the End”: I “wish I hadn’t lived it, wish I had written it!”
Cole Swindell marked his latest #1, “Break Up in the End,” with a party Wednesday evening at Topgolf in Nashville.
It was also a bit of a pre-Grammy celebration, since the tune — one of the rare chart-toppers Cole didn’t write himself — is up for Best Country Song, an award that goes to the writers Continue reading