Back in November, a rumor went around that Big Machine Records, home to Taylor Swift, Tim McGraw, and many more of today's hottest artists, might be for sale for the tidy sum of $200 million bucks. Big Machine boss Scott Borchetta then quickly poo pooed that rumor. Now it looks like Mr. Borchetta might have been fibbing just a wee bit.
Etsy sellers beware! Taylor Swift won't tolerate you crafty little buggers stealing her song lyrics.
For nearly 30 years, Willie Nelson and hundreds of his celebrity friends have been helping out the American farmer by performing during Nelson's annual Farm Aid event. Last night, the Grammy Foundation honored the charity for all the good that it does and the fine music that it produces.
Please tell me it somehow skipped to April Fool's Day and this is just a joke.
Looks like Brad Paisley's going to be Crushin' It for his next tour.
Hillary Scott is about to learn the same lesson a lot of working mothers learn in the early stages of mommy-hood ... being a working mother sucks.
Get ready Sacramento, California! Garth is coming for you.
Just in case you hadn't heard, Eric Paslay is officially off the market.
Oooh la la! Look who got her Kinky Boots on!
Don't look now but Luke Bryan has done a very, very good deed.
Just in case you missed it on Friday when it was released, here's the powerful new video for Carrie Underwood's Little Toy Guns.
Dwight Yoakam has announced a new album from his old label.