UPDATE: Watch the performance here. Danielle Bradbery is celebrating the official release of her new single by visiting the 'Today' show. Danielle's new single The Heart of Dixie is set…
The hills will ring with the glorious sounds of Gospel music as Loretta Lynn welcomes fans to the inaugural “Loretta Lynn’s Gospel Music Festival” to be held at her Hurricane Mills, TN ranch September…
UPDATE: Watch their appearance. The members of Blackberry Smoke are no strangers to hard work and its starting to pay off in big ways. The band, who typically plays up…
Earlier today, news hit that Randy Travis had undergone heart surgery. The story originated with People.com who had been told the news by Randy's sister-in-law. Randy's team, however, disputes the…
As I wrote about this morning, Scotty McCreery has been sued by his former management company, Cassetty Entertainment, for allegedly failing to hold up his end of the bargain in a…
After a trip to the ER for an injured neck caused by an unfortunate Go-Karting accident over the weekend, you'd think that Jake Owen would be done with doctors for a…
Brett Eldredge wants to help all those ladies (and maybe a few men, I don't know) who have trouble cutting those jeans just right. Brett introduced his new infomercial via…
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I'm a firm believer that you're not truly famous until someone else in the entertainment industry sues you. And that, boys and girls, is probably why I choose to live in the shadows like some gossiping superhero.
Scotty McCreery can now officially call himself a star because the boy's been sued.
Work it Willie!
80-year-old Willie Nelson and his sons, Lukas Nelson, 24, and Micah Nelson, 23, have loaned out their considerable coolness to menswear designer John Varvatos for his fall/winter line in a campaign called Willie Nelson and Sons.
“His clothes look and feel good on your skin and are made for every man — and his sons,” said Nelson of Varvatos’ designer clothing.
What a good guy and what a great cause.
Dierks Bentley announced this morning that later this month (7/22) he will hold a benefit concert to raise money for the families of the 19 firefighters who died just last week fighting wildfires in Arizona. The deaths left behind 51 now-fatherless children.
"It's a tragic event but hopefully this will provide some healing and sort of be an uplifting moment for the community," Bentley said. "We want to raise some money, try to be positive, focus on the good things and do something good on this occasion. Hopefully, it will be a fun evening in the face of tragic events and raise people's spirits."
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store® and Clint Black announce the release
of When I Said I Do, Black’s newest CD, which will be available
on August 5 at all Cracker Barrel Old Country Store® locations and online at crackerbarrel.com and select digital retailers. The release
will feature 11 of Black’s heartfelt favorites as well as three new recordings
exclusively created for this album.
Barrel family,” said Black. “It’s exciting to have new music available for the
fans. I hope listeners love the new songs and enjoy rediscovering the ones we’ve
Here's an update on Randy Travis' condition that I know many of you have been waiting for. As I told you yesterday, Randy Travis was admitted to a Texas hospital…