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When Randy Travis got back in the saddle as a touring performer and an actor, he did both in bigger-than-life Texas. Read More
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This country legend always finds a way to help the less fortunate. Read More
Josh Turner reveals how his faith—including miraculous visions—guides him through a blessed life. Read More
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She talks about her blockbuster tour, new album and duet with Garth. Read More
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Toby’s first appearance on the cover of CW: Rugged Toby Keith kept doing things his way—everybody likes him now! Read More
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Gary Morris finds renewed spirit in his Colorado retreat. Read More
Little Texas is kicking it up big time. In an industry dominated by individual acts, the quintet is 1994’s only band to stay at No. 1 for more than one week with a single (“My Love”) and boasts the biggest selling album of the year by a group (Big Time). Read More
What ever happened to Jamie O’Neal? The singer, who hit it big with 2000’s “There Is No Arizona,” has devoted the last two years to motherhood—and she couldn’t be happier. Read More
When June Carter, along with her mother Maybelle and sisters Anita and Helen, joined Johnny Cash on his road show in 1961, sparks of love immediately flew. Read More
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The singer of “I Try to Think About Elvis’’ tried something new: a hot-air balloon ride. Read More
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It’s not time to choose yet, but when she does, Faith Hill will put children over career. Read More