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Last weekend concluded the George Strait Team Roping Classic at the Rose Palace in San Antonio, with an estimated 650 teams coming out to compete for more than $300,000 in cash and prizes. Read More
Toby Keith has sold over one million concert tickets -- and he owes it to a concert that might have never happened. Read More
In a statement, Natalie Maines of the Dixie Chicks apologized to President Bush after making a disparaging remark at a London concert. Read More
According to reports, Brad Paisley is no longer one of country's most eligible bachelors. Read More
The rumor mill has been going full-steam for some time now about the possibility of Toby Keith having a TV show. Read More
Darryl Worley's new single, "Have You Forgotten," is getting some serious attention lately. Read More
Nashville is mourning the death of one of its own -- Johnny Paycheck passed away last week at Vanderbilt University Medical Center after a battle with emphysema and asthma. Read More
Country Artists who won at the 45th annual Grammy Awards show ... Read More
Today marks the one-year anniversary of the death of Country Music Hall of Fame legend Waylon Jennings. Read More
If you're a fan of Hank Williams Jr. -- you better get to your local record store, quick! Read More
According to reports, LeAnn Rimes and her husband Dean Sheremet were injured in a car accident recently. Read More
The latest tragedy of the Columbia shuttle has a particular impact on Mark Wills. Read More
Joe Diffie, along with Mark Chesnutt and Tracy Lawrence, will be performing for a good cause on February 9th at the Ryman Auditorium. Read More
Veteran Country star Hal Ketchum has revealed that he has the neurological disease Multiple Sclerosis. Read More
Mark Wills is enjoying great success with his current single "19 Somethin." Read More
Congratulations are in order for Sara Evans, who recently gave birth to her second child. Read More
Everybody knows that one of the best parts about the Super Bowl is the commercials. Read More