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.
Miranda Lambert is celebrating her Grammy nods (she has three) and upcoming Grammy performance by giving fans the chance to get a few texts from her.
Drama? Drama? Drama? Nope, not here.
If you've never heard of Tennessee native Kelsea Ballerini, you might just want to stop what you're doing and check her out immediately.
Jennifer Nettles officially made her Broadway debut last night in the musical Chicago and already has the war wound to prove it.
I will hashtag this #awesomenewsforfebruary2015.
Jimmy Kimmel once again managed to get a bunch of celebrities to sit down and read mean tweets about themselves and this go around Blake Shelton and Jason Aldean were both included.
I don't know about you, but I know one little lady who will be standing in line waiting impatiently at the movie theater when "Pitch Perfect 2" finally hits the big screen. My husband. LOL. I kid, I kid.
Meredith Grey Swift and Olivia Benson Swift, meet the real deals!
This one's a bit of a tearjerker guys. Although the video depicts a tribute to our fallen soldiers (among other scenes of dealing with loss), 'One Hell of An Amen' is apparently actually about a real-life friend of Brantley's and his lost battle with cancer.