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Brad Paisley opens up about his socially conscious songs and the importance of writing them. Read More
LeAnn Rimes dishes on her reality show with husband Eddie Cibrian, her new music and the possibility of motherhood. Read More
Originally published in the March 28, 1995 issue of Country Weekly magazine. As Metro Nashville Police SWAT team members lowered their face shields and raised their high‑powered rifles, ... Read More
Musicians of all stripes rally around Cowboy Jack Clement on a posthumous album. Read More
From sold-out tour dates to hit songs, Jason Aldean is a bigger star than Music Row realizes—and he’s about to get bigger. Read More
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You’ve seen the news, now read Carrie’s views on her tour, her wedding and whether she’ll leave country music for a career in acting. (She won’t.) Read More
To Toby Keith, everyone’s All-American, autumn means two things: football and food. Read More
As excited as the CMA and ACM Award-winning vocal duo was to be on the tour, the thousands of soldiers they visited matched their excitement, which was humbling for the couple. Read More
With the release of her third album, Kellie Pickler touches on some intimate issues and returns to her roots. Read More
“We believe that being patriotic is not old-fashioned,” said the Gatlin Brothers’ Larry Gatlin, during his rendezvous with American troops in Haiti. Read More
Here are a few reactions from the stars whose music he influenced – and whose lives he touched. Read More
“I was a good ol’ boy. As good as the best, and as bad as the worst. That’s about it in a nutshell.” Read More
Lee Ann is belle of the ball with “I Hope You Dance.” Read More
Blake Shelton upset some fans of traditional country—and veteran artists too—with recent comments. Read More
Once and for all, Rascal Flatts shakes off the “Boy Band” label to become country statesmen. Read More
Preston and Chris tell the stories behind their tattoos. Read More
The recurrent role is one of the toughest Barbara’s had. “On an episodic TV show, you shoot seven or eight days for a one-hour show. On a soap, we turn out a one-hour show each day!” Barbara says. Read More
When Reba McEntire ventured into the Guatemalan jungle to shoot her new video, “And Still,” she defied warnings of confrontations with banditos, hijackers and guerrillas. Read More