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Country Music Association (CMA) Board Chairman and co-host of the CMA Awards telecast Kix Brooks will present the CMA's Award of Merit to the late Chris LeDoux, who died this past year. Read More
LeAnn Rimes will lend her voice to an upcoming CD that will pay tribute to ex-0Bee Gees member Maurice Gibb, who died in 2003. Others on the album include Paul McCartney, Eric Clapton and R&B singer Beyoncé. It's also expected that several of these artists will take part in a televised concert in New York next June. Read More
Tim McGraw, Keith Urban and Rascal Flatts have been added to the list of performers for the American Music Awards, airing live from Los Angeles, Nov. 22, on ABC at 8:00 p.m. ET. Read More
Craig Morgan will be helping out some Marines returning from Iraq on the Oct. 26 episode of the NBC series Three Wishes, hosted by singer Amy Grant. Craig will be on hand as the show gives away homes and more to Marines from the 3rd Battalion, 25th Regiment stationed in Brook Park, Ohio, a division that suffered staggering losses in the Iraq war. Read More
Trisha Yearwood reveals that she's more than willing to divulge the date of her wedding to Garth Brooks—with one catch. She's hoping to keep it secret until after the big event. Read More
Sara suffered a bit of a mishap on the Oct. 19 video shoot in Nashville for her new single, "Cheatin' when she cut her foot on a piece of copper pipe. Read More
The Oct. 18, 2005 BMI Awards winners. Read More
Gary Allan's Tough All Over debuted at No.1 on the Billboard Country Albums chart, selling close to 100,000 copies. Gary also sits at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 chart, which lists all genres of music. Read More
ASCAP Awards Read More
Brad Paisley may incite folks to put lampshades on their heads, but he himself is not likely to make headlines with wild behavior. Read More
DARRYL LABEL-LESS, BUT HAPPY Read More
Sara Evans told X Radio that she's finally hit the big leagues with her CD Real Fine Place because she found her sound. Read More
The latest on Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman. Read More
Trick Pony will soon be bringing their honky-tonk show overseas for concerts in Japan and Korea. They'll perform this Sunday, October 16, at the 17th Annual Country Gold Festival in Kumamoto, Japan. After Country Gold, they'll head to South Korea to do five shows at various U.S. Army bases. Read More
In the Oct. 24 issue of Country Weekly, we incorrectly reported that John Shanks was set to produce Keith Urban's next album. In fact, Keith will again be working with his longtime producer, Dann Huff. Read More
According to the Evansville, Ill. Courier & Press, Keith Urban cancelled his show last Thursday after a doctor diagnosed a bruise on his right vocal cord. Read More
Gretchen Wilson's sophomore album, All Jacked Up, sold 265,000 copies in its first week of release, and as a result, Gretchen debuts at No. 1 on both the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and The Billboard 200 Read More
The saga continues. Read More
According to John Rich, Faith Hill is the modern-day reincarnation of a country legend. Read More
Martina McBride's upcoming new album, Timeless, is full of the country classics she grew up singing in her family's band The Schiffters. The CD's first single is the 1970 Lynn Anderson signature song, "Rose Garden." Read More