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He may be taking a break from country music, but you can still see Billy Ray Cyrus on a stage - if you're in Canada. Billy Ray has landed the role of Frank Butler opposite Louise Pitre in the staged concert production of Irving Berlin's "Annie Get Your Gun." The show will preview August 1 and open August 2 for a limited run to August 20 at Toronto's Massey Hall. Read More
Congrats to Bryan White and his wife, actress Erika Page White. Last Friday, July 8, the couple welcomed their second son, Jackson Dylan, into the world at 10:28am at Baptist Hospital in Nashville. Read More
Gretchen Wilson put her hometown, Pocahontas, Ill., on the map with her song "Pocahontas Proud" from her debut album, Here For The Party. Now Pocahontas has returned the love with a sign just off the I-70 exit, which welcomes visitors to "The Home of Country Music Star Gretchen Wilson." Read More
The old joke, "How do you get a struggling artist off your porch? Pay him for the pizza," hits close to home for Bobby Pinson — very close. Read More
Last year he made more money than any entertainer in any genre, with the exception of Prince. Read More
Aaron Tippin will make a special appearance on Fox New Channel's Hannity & Colmes on Monday, July 4. Read More
Don't miss Live 8, a history-making world-wide concert event, tomorrow, July 2. Read More
If you're a Joe Nichols fan and you couldn't come to the CMA Music Festival, here's what you missed at Joe Nichols' fan club party, held at The Factory in Franklin, Tenn. Read More
Brooks & Dunn's new single, "Play Something Country," is racing up the charts--and now it looks like they'll also be saying something country, as the duo plan to be the hosts of the 39th Annual CMA Awards show. Read More
In a case of life imitating art, the trio Sugarland now has another baby girl--in addition to their hit debut single of the same title. Read More
On Friday, June 3, country superstar Garth Brooks left the only record label he's ever called home. Read More
Twenty years ago, singer Bob Geldof organized "Live Aid," a day-long, multi-city concert with the world's top entertainers that raised millions for Ethiopian famine victims. Read More
According to X Radio Networks, Toby Keith just signed a three-year endorsement deal with Dorfman Pacific to have his own signature line of hats. Read More
Add Kenny Chesney to the growing list of country stars who've earned their own network television special. Read More
He's already won most every major country music award-and now Tim McGraw is set to add some Hollywood trophies to his mantle. Read More
You might say there's been a flood of positive responses to Trisha Yearwood's return to radio with her new single, "Georgia Rain." Read More
If you're a Rascal Flatts fan, you won't want to miss the two-hour season finale of American Idol on Wednesday, May 25. Read More