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When Diamond Rio was performing for our troops in Korea a couple of Februarys ago, the group’s Jimmy Olander had a chance to take the ride of a lifetime. Read More
The stars talk about the Thanksgiving traditions they’re grateful for—and their plans for this year’s holiday. Read More
Trace Adkins is winding up his highest profile year ever, with a new movie, a 5-year Opry anniversary and his 10th album . . . his best yet. Read More
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Her long-awaited new album may have its share of sad songs, but Lee Ann Womack is happier than ever. Read More
In the Dec.1 issue of Country Weekly, we profiled the legendary “Queen of Country Music,” Kitty Wells. Read More
Shooter delivers a CD of Waylon’s final recordings. Read More
Jeff Dunham parlayed a razor-sharp wit and hilarious characters into mega-sales and a Comedy Central Christmas special. Read More
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Some of your favorite stars recall their scariest, funniest, wackiest Halloweens ever! Read More
Craig Morgan on his upcoming “marriage” to the Opry. Read More
The Drew Davis Band on a favorite topic: one another. Read More
John Michael Montgomery opens up to Country Weekly. Read More
More fans than ever before participated in voting for the hottest hunks in country music—Country’s Sexiest Men. Read More
Ronnie McDowell is featured in the Oct. 6 issue. Read More
With her first country hit making its mark, Jessica Simpson opens up about her career, heartbreak, “the” show at the Kennedy Center. . . and her quarterback boyfriend. Read More
Some of country’s top stars reveal first-time milestones. Read More
Jamey Johnson’s made it through the dark times. Read More
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Jimmy Wayne’s back with a Top 5 hit, stories from his amazing childhood and a commitment to “just keep on going.” Read More