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Gary Morris finds renewed spirit in his Colorado retreat. Read More
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Strolling down Hollywood Boulevard, Eddie Montgomery and musical partner Troy Gentry are causing quite a stir. They look as though they just walked off the set of a western movie—which, as it turns out, is what several passers-by think. Read More
On one of her rare days off, the singer of “I Try to Think About Elvis’’ tried something new: a hot-air balloon ride over the Nashville countryside. Country Weekly went along for the ride. Read More
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Kenny Rogers draws another Ace with “The Greatest.” Read More
Mac McAnally builds on his amazingly successful career with “You First” . . . while trying his best to avoid the spotlight. Read More
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