|Nashville Stars Take the Stage for On the Record|
Nearing the close of its second season, ABC's hit drama Nashville will break from its weekly storyline Wednesday (April 23) with Nashville: On the Record.
|Sara Evans Honored to Represent Women on Country Chart|
I'm sitting at our dining room table chugging my coffee, looking over the current country charts, and so far, I have to say it's looking pretty good.
|Jerrod Niemann: Blown Away, Then and Now|
Jerrod Niemann's current single "Drink to That All Night" is at the top of the Billboard country airplay chart for its second week in a row. And Niemann sounds like he is blown away by that.
|16 Songs Indicating You're in Front of a College Frat House|
I've been on four college campuses in the past three days. And while I've seen a lot of impressive brick buildings, nothing has stood out to me more than the way the fraternity houses seem to be completely immersed in modern country music.
|How Tim McGraw's Song Became a Duet|
Remember how Tim McGraw and Faith Hill sang together at the ACM Awards a few weeks ago and how great they sounded together?
|Country Music Hall of Fame Selection Is a Nashville Guessing Game|
Even reporters who have covered country music since the advent of vinyl records never guess correctly who's going to be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in any given year.
|Site of Johnny Cash's Former Home Sold|
Barry Gibb of the Bee Gees and his wife Linda have sold Johnny and June Carter Cash's former home in Hendersonville, Tenn., for $2 million, according to The Tennessean, Nashville's daily newspaper.
|Dierks Bentley Checks in From Mile 17|
While the rest of the world was watching the Boston Marathon on Monday (April 21), I was watching Dierks Bentley watch the Boston Marathon.
|Blake Shelton Again Dispels Divorce Rumors|
Whenever Blake Shelton decides it's his turn to defend his marriage to Miranda Lambert, he usually takes to Twitter. But this time, he went on live TV to do it.
|Hall of Fame to Induct Ronnie Milsap, Hank Cochran, Mac Wiseman|
Ronnie Milsap, songwriter Hank Cochran and singer, musician and businessman Mac Wiseman are the 2014 inductees into the Country Music Hall of Fame.