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Vince Gill and Barbara Mandrell were among the new inductees honored at the Music City Walk of Fame ceremony in Nashville, Monday, Nov. 5. Read More
Garth Brooks was recognized as the best-selling solo artist in history by the Recording Industry Association of America, Monday, Nov. 5, in Hollywood, Calif. Read More
Hank Thompson, best known for his classic hit single “The Wild Side of Life,” has been diagnosed with lung cancer and has announced his retirement. Read More
The popular hosting team of Lorianne Crook and Charlie Chase will be back on the air together when the brand-new Crook and Chase Show premieres on RFD-TV, Jan. 17, 2008. Read More
Alan Jackson’s CD Precious Memories won the Inspirational Country Album of the Year at the 13th Annual Inspirational Country Music Awards show, Sunday, Nov. 4, in Nashville. Read More
Tim McGraw’s keyboard player Jeff McMahon led a group of 36 people running for Team McGraw at the New York City Marathon, Sunday, Nov. 4, in honor of Tim’s dad, Tug McGraw. Read More
Neal McCoy raised more than $650,000 for his foundation, the East Texas Angel Network, at his annual benefit in Longview, Texas, the weekend of Sept. 29. Read More
Kenny Chesney drew more than 1.2 million fans for his 2007 Flip Flop Summer Tour, which played 6 NFL stadiums as well as venues like New York’s Madison Square Garden. Read More
Porter Wagoner, who died Oct. 28 at age 80, was honored at a star-packed memorial service at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, Nov. 1. Read More
Garth Brooks sits down for a revealing interview on GAC’s Offstage With Lorianne Crook, premiering Saturday night, Nov. 3, at 9 p.m. ET. Read More
Carrie Underwood earned the highest first-week sales of 2007 of any female artist in any genre with her new CD, Carnival Ride, released Oct. 23. Read More
Martina McBride will begin 2008 with her nationwide arena tour, Waking Up Laughing, kicking off Jan. 18 in Evansville, Ind. Read More
The best in alternative country and Americana music will be showcased during the Americana Music Festival and Conference in Nashville, Oct. 31–Nov. 3. Read More
Dolly Parton, Marty Stuart and other stars shared their thoughts over the passing of Grand Ole Opry legend Porter Wagoner, who died Oct. 28 in Nashville at age 80. Read More
Charo in Music City for Cerrito release party Read More
Porter Wagoner, who died Sunday, Oct. 29, at age 80, will be remembered in a memorial service and funeral Thursday, Nov. 1, at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, beginning at 11 a.m. Read More
Josh Turner was welcomed as the newest member of the Grand Ole Opry, in a ceremony held Saturday night, Oct. 27. Read More
Vince Gill, Mel Tillis and legendary radio and TV personality Ralph Emery were officially inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame at the annual Medallion Ceremony, Sunday, Oct. 28. Read More
Grand Ole Opry legend Porter Wagoner died of lung cancer at age 80, Sunday, Oct. 28, in Nashville. Read More
Porter Wagoner, who was hospitalized on Oct. 15, is now under hospice care, according to a release by a publicist for the Grand Ole Opry. Read More

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