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Country stars join pop and rock artists to salute “The King” on NBC’s “Elvis All-Star Tribute,” airing February 17
It was announced last year, but now we have details on NBC’s planned tribute to Elvis Presley, courtesy of Continue reading
Luke Combs initially considered releasing the first single from his highly anticipated sophomore album as the follow-up to his four-week #1, “She Got the Best of Me” — but realized it wasn’t the right move for him Continue reading
Dolly Parton seems to be everywhere these days, as she promotes the new Dumplin’ soundtrack — which is out today — and works on her own Netflix series Continue reading
Luke Combs scores a rare three-week #1 on the country chart, as he readies deluxe vinyl version of debut album
Luke Combs is starting his third week at the top of Billboard’s Country Airplay tally with “She Got the Best of Me”– a rare feat on the country chart Continue reading
Josh Turner’s first gospel album, I Serve a Savior, arrives at #1 on Nielsen’s Country Albums ranking this week, while it checks in at #2 on both Billboard’s Top Country Albums and Top Christian Albums charts Continue reading
How’d you like to have Trisha Yearwood make your Thanksgiving meal? That’s an offer that’s literally on the table — sort of — for this season of thankfulness Continue reading
Cue the baby jokes: Brad Paisley has plenty of ideas as he co-hosts the CMA Awards with a pregnant Carrie Underwood
Next Wednesday, Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood host the CMA Awards for the eleventh time.
It’s a year that holds lots of potential — both comic and dramatic — since Carrie is expecting her second child Continue reading
Willie Nelson will be at the center of an all-star tribute concert that will take place in January and be recorded for an A&E special later in the year.
Willie: Life & Songs of an American Outlaw, A Willie Nelson All-Star Concert Celebration is set for Saturday, January 12 at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena Continue reading
(SEDONA, Ariz.) — Arizona senator and former Republican presidential nominee John S. McCain died Saturday, months after being diagnosed with a glioblastoma, an aggressive brain tumor. He was 81. McCain served in the United States Senate for three decades, was … Continue reading