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Naomi Judd has a big weekend coming up. Sunday, Jan. 11 is her 58th birthday - and it's also the premiere of her new show, "Naomi Judd's Family Table," which will air on the Food Network at 9 p.m. Eastern. Read More
anjo legend Earl Scruggs celebrated his 80th birthday Tuesday at the Country Music Hall of Fame. Read More
Check out the current issue of Rolling Stone to find out how Toby Keith got through the horrific day his father died unexpectedly in 2001. Read More
Brooks and Dunn fans, mark your calendars - the duo will be making two high-profile TV appearances within the next week. Read More
Country superstar Martina McBride doesn't envy the new singers who will try to make it in 2004. Read More
Supergroup Alabama will be honored by country radio broadcasters with a prestigious Career Achievement Award at the annual Country Radio Seminar March 2 in Nashville. Read More
Condolences to Tim McGraw on the passing of his father, Baseball Hall of Fame pitcher Tug McGraw. Read More
If Toby Keith ever stops topping the charts, he won't be hard to find - check the horse races. Read More
Wynonna and Brad Paisley recently got married - just not to each other. Read More
Willie Nelson's latest song, "Whatever Happened to Peace on Earth," speaks out against the war in Iraq, but the red-headed stranger says he's not afraid of possible criticism for his views. Read More
"Country in the Rockies," a winter-wonderland T.J. Martell Foundation fundraiser event that attracts country stars and deep-pocket fans, celebrates its 10th year Jan. 27-Feb. 1 in Crested Butte, Co. Read More
The most successful country act of 2003, according to the United Stations Radio Networks, is Alan Jackson. Read More
Country music is well-represented tonight all across the country as Americans celebrate New Year's Eve. Read More
Neal McCoy made his mark with country hits like "The Shake," but his next record may be an album of pop standards. Read More
Don't miss Keith Urban and Alabama tomorrow night on two different New Year's Eve specials. Read More
Looks like a little controversy didn't hurt the Dixie Chicks. Read More
Guitarist Doc Watson has received the Lifetime Achievement award from the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences and will be honored during the Grammys on Feb. 8, 2004. Read More
When Travis Tritt was 14, he'd already been playing guitar for six years and told his parents he really wanted a new guitar for Christmas. Read More
One of Brad Paisley's most memorable Christmas holidays started out all wrong, but taught him a valuable lesson. Read More
Dave Dudley, best-known for his 1963 signature hit "Six Days On The Road," died on Monday of an apparent heart attack. Read More