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Nothing is as innocent as a child,"says Darryl Worley, wiping tears from his already reddened eyes. "Andwe were just children when we got together, really. Fifteen yearsold." Read More
Skillfully maneuvering around atree, he cuts a straight swath before parking the lawn tractor at thehead of a long line of other lawn tractors. He steps off the mower aseasily as he dismounts a horse - or as easily as he churns outhit songs, like his current single, "If You Can Do AnythingElse." Read More
A yearly tradition- many stars holdtheir own get-togethers witht heir fan club members, allowing them aneven more intimate visit Read More
Nothing is as innocent as a child,"says Darryl Worley, wiping tears from his already reddened eyes. "Andwe were just children when we got together, really. Fifteen yearsold." Read More
Alan Jackson had a theory about whyhe took home five awards from this year's TNN & CMT CountryWeekly Music Awards. He had his good-luck charms close by. Read More
Armed with Super Soaker waterblasters and shaving-cream pies, country stars scored more laughsthan runs at the 11th Annual City Of Hope Celebrity SoftballChallenge, one of the official lead-in events to Fan Fair. Read More
When singing cowboy Chris LeDouxneeded a new liver, superstar Garth Brooks was ready to saddle up andride to the rescue. Read More
Call up your best friends. Pack yourparty clothes. Get ready to pull an all-nighter. And you can spend itwith five fun-loving females on the summer's hottest tour, Girls'Night Out, which will showcase the talents of Reba McEntire, MartinaMcBride, Sara Evans, Jamie O'Neal and newcomer Carolyn DawnJohnson. Read More
A nervous Brad Paisley is sitting in a dark movie theater. His heart is ka-thumping as he watches every girl enter. He knows if the right one walks in - his ex-girlfriend - this night could change his life forever. Read More
After two grueling 16-hour work days in a row, Chely Wright's job is finally done - or so she thinks. Read More
Mark Wills looks out over hissuburban Atlanta neighborhood and takes in the sights and sounds.Children are playing nearby, car pools are revving up and friendsshout greetings from across front yards. Read More
Corrina Grant Gill was only 7pounds, 9¼ ounces when she was born. But she was still big enoughto make a grown man cry. Read More
With the poetic grace of a balletdancer, Lila McCann swirls around in an industrial loft. Her animatedimage ricochets off an array of mirrors. In jeans and amidriff-baring top, she's dancing and singing in a 1904 brickbuilding that was once a Los Angeles trolley car substation. Read More
With the push of a button, out comes Willie’s familiarvoice—singing Kermit the Frog’s kids’ classic “RainbowConnection.” Read More
For the last 10 years, fans havebeen asking us the same question: 'When are you gonna do anotheralbum?' " booms Harold Reid, the distinctive bass voice - andresident comedian - of The Statler Brothers. "Well, now, we'vegot it - thanks to a presidential pardon from Bill Clinton." Read More
Tim Rushlow is comfortable - and downright content - inside his contemporary skin. "I'llnever tell anyone I'm a traditional country artist," he says, " 'cause I'm not." He explains, "I don't want to cut a pop record or an alternative country record. I'm a contemporary country... Read More
For most people, a vacation is time to get away, a time to visitnew places or meet new people. For Martina McBride, however, theideal getaway is no further than her own backyard. Read More
I was living that song as we wroteit," explains PhilVassar. "And when you have to dig up your emotions like that,it's really hard." Read More
His new album is called LuckyMan - and Hal Ketchum couldn't agree more. "I am truly blessed,"he declares from the living room of his Nashville home. "I feelvery fortunate." Read More
Steve Holy is standing next to the50,000-pound mobile drilling rig he helped rebuild. The rig's mastjuts 40 feet into the star-flecked Dallas sky Read More