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It's a warm, clear day in Nashville,and Collin Raye is preparing to go out and greet it. For the moment,he's sitting on his tour bus, which is parked at the Nashvillebaseball field where he's shooting part of his new video, "Ain'tNobody Gonna Take That From Me." The song is about holding tightly tothe valuable people and accomplishments in life, despite the troublesthat come your way. It's a subject Collin has learned a lot aboutlately. Read More
I's not enough that Mel Tillis sings,dances and writes award-winning songs. Now he's developing yetanother talent - painting! Read More
When the man she had hoped to marrysettled down with another woman instead, Leslie Satcher knew what shehad to do. "I thought, 'Well then, I might as well go and try to be acountry-and-western singer," she recalls. Read More
When Faith Hill first heard "WildOne" - a free-spirited tribute to a rebellious teen - she practically did a double-take. "My initial thought was, 'That'sme!' I probably could have written that," explains Faith. "It soundedlike my life story." Read More
When “Mrs. Steven Rudy” created a tidal wave on the country charts, Mark McGuinn became captain of hisown musical ship - but he had trouble at the helm of a row boat in the video for his new single, “That’s A Plan.” Read More
Tracy Byrd's back was against the wall. He felt like his careerwas on the ropes. So he shook off the fear knotted in his stomach,reached deep down inside himself for a healthy dose of fortitude -and came out swinging! Read More
After three successful albums, numerous awards and a string ofhits since her 1995 debut, Terri Clark decided to take control of herlatest album, Fearless. That was nearly a year ago, but the CD hasyet to generate the big hits she had hoped for. Read More
The wind howling through the Blackhawk helicopter's opendoors at 14,000 feet drops temperatures near freezing for the membersof the army's elite Golden Knights Parachute Team huddled inside. Read More
All the high-profile personalities who appear on the celebrity version of TV's Who Wants To Be A MillionaireWomack Wins Big Read More
A little tune got stuck inside Mark McGuinn's head, and itwas driving him nuts. "I'd been carrying this maddening tune aroundfor so long, and I was watching a movie called Friday starring IceCube," remembers Mark. "These guys were all sitting out on the porch,watching their neighbor mow the lawn. They're all going, 'Wow! Lookat Mrs. such 'n' such! She's so fine!' They were so enamored withthis neighbor who was really hot. It was hilarious. Read More
Not long before Jo Dee Messina was scheduled to perform at thissummer's Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation National Race ForThe Cure in Washington, D.C., she received bad news. A family friendof 26 years was dying of cancer. Soon after Jo Dee got the news, hedied. Read More
George Strait waves to 50,000 screaming fans at Nashville's Adelphia Coliseum and breaks into a Texas-sized smile. A lanky figure has just strolled onto the stage, and suddenly the screams rise to decibel-piercing level. Could that long, tall guest star possibly be ... Alan Jackson? Read More
At one time or an other, we've all wanted to ask our favorite Country Stars questions. We've heard your requests and are going to present you with the opportunity to do just that! Read More
Who needs to understand the Venusand Mars differences between men and women? K.T. Oslin knows exactlyhow to put the romance back into ailing relationships. "Live CloseBy, Visit Often" is the answer. Read More
Some country stars can dazzle computer guru Bill Gates when itcomes to tackling the Internet, while others don't exactly sparklewhen going high-tech Read More
"I loved that house," declares Trisha, who's moving closer toNashville. "Really, it was just needing to make a change. Read More
Eddie Montgomery slumps over a pooltable in the dimly lit room, as if carrying the weight of the worldon his broad shoulders. He idly rolls the white cue ball from oneside rail to another, while his Montgomery Gentry partner, TroyGentry, strums some mournful chords on a guitar. Read More
Relaxing in the air-conditionedcomfort of his tour bus, Randall Hank Williams Jr. - "Bocephus," ifyou prefer - pulls off his trademark sunglasses and rubs his eyes.After years of hard living, he has the relaxed air of a mancomfortable in his skin and content with his life. Read More
It's amazing that a million people have bought my album," declaresSara Evans with a touch of awe, after recently receiving herfirst-ever platinum record for her latest CD, Born To Fly. "It reallyis the first time I've felt like I've truly arrived. Read More