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This has been a great week for Craig Morgan, who not only celebrated his recent No. 1 hit, "That's What I Love About Sunday," but also reached another important career milestone--his 100th appearance on the Grand Ole Opry! Read More
Nice guy Craig Morgan celebrated his multi-week No. 1 single, "That's What I Love About Sunday," in Nashville yesterday. Read More
It's usually not good news when a contingent of FBI agents track you down. Read More
It may have been three years since the release of Trisha Yearwood's last new music, but "Georgia Rain," the debut single from her upcoming new album, Jasper County, is definitely worth the wait. Read More
Buddy Jewell will be honored along with three other high-profile dads as a 2005 Fatherhood Award recipient tonight at a VIP reception and dinner in Washington, D.C. Read More
Toby Keith may be in the Middle East performing for the troops on the May 17 release date of his new album, Honkytonk University, but he'll still be able to appear on the ACM awards that night through the miracle of a special satellite hookup. Read More
As if Kenny Chesney and Gretchen Wilson didn't bring enough energy to the stage, Texas Troubadour Pat Green will be adding his own brand of rockin' country to Kenny's The Sun Turns Green: Kenny Chesney's Somewhere In The Sun Tour 2005, when the tour kicks off its second leg May 28th in Columbus, OH. Read More
Condolences to the family of Aaron Tippin, whose father, Willis Tippin, was killed in a traffic accident in Martin County, NC last Monday. Read More
According to the Associated Press, Willie Nelson's legendary 4th of July Picnic will return to the Stockyards in Fort Worth, Tx. this summer. Read More
On April 28, Katie Couric and Al Roker from the Today Show will broadcast live in Nashville. Read More
Charlie Daniels, Darryl Worley and Mark Wills have teamed up with the Bands For Freedom Foundation to raise funds for the Armed Forces Relief Trust (AFRT). Read More
Last night at the CMT Music Awards, Keith Urban's video for "Days Go By" was named Video of the Year, and Gretchen Wilson was the night's only double winner. Read More
Nashville Star host LeAnn Rimes will miss hosting this week's episode due to a broken blood vessel in one of her vocal cords. Read More
If you're into some heavy-duty star sighting, Nashville is always the place to be-but especially tonight, when the CMT Music Awards airs live in Music City. Read More
Gretchen Wilson's successes on the radio and stage are numerous. Read More
Some may know the new Sony duo Van Zant by the other groups they respectively front-Johnny Van Zant with Lynyrd Skynyrd; and Donnie Van Zant with .38 Special. Read More
It's official-network morning news shows love country music. Read More
Chris LeDoux died March 9 from a long battle with cancer-but fans of the singer/songwriter, rodeo champion and acclaimed sculptor remain steadfast. Read More
Mark your calendars for next Thursday, April 14, when Keith Urban plays an outdoor concert on NBC's Today Show. Read More
On April 22nd a star-studded lineup including Toby Keith, Vince Gill, Joe Diffie, Katrina Elam and Ty England will honor the Oklahoma City National Memorial. Read More